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1. Do-It-Yourself: Plastic Molding
Do-It-Yourself: Plastic Molding
"Why should I know how to mold my own plastic?" This isn't the first time I've heard this question. Let me explain: You know those broken things you have laying around or even have just thrown away in the past, that when the original is pieced back together would be easy to mold a new part that ...
Hobbies, Games & Toys - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:55:10
2. Make Your Own Charcoal Briquettes
Make Your Own Charcoal Briquettes
Bagging those lawn clippings yet? Piles of newspapers and cardboard boxes? Limbs and brush? The kids bringing home way too many art and assignment papers? Is your family throwing away too much paper? Tired of not getting paid for all of that recycling? Now, do you cook out? Do you get tired of p...
Healthy Living - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:02:02
3. The Top Graphic Novels On The Web
The Top Graphic Novels On The Web
While working up the nerve to start working on my own Graphic Novel, I joined the forum of Mr. Jason Brubaker over at reMINDblog.com and makinggraphicnovels.com. I was only a member for a few short weeks before restarting other projects. I have learned so much and awakened much more that had fall...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:54:31
4. The Mosrite Guitar Company
The Mosrite Guitar Company
California, 1950, Semie Moseley started building his own guitars out of a need for a better guitar. A friend of Moseley, a preacher named Rev. Ray Boatright, was impressed with Moseley's guitar designs, and put up the money for Moseley to start his guitar company. In gratitude, Moseley named the ...
Music - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:04:25
5. Build Your Own Generator From A Lawn Mower
Build Your Own Generator From A Lawn Mower
The picture shows a first generation theepicenter.com's vertical shaft motor generator. Their design shows you how to build a portable power generator from an old lawn mower. Have you seen the youtube video of a lawn mower being completely powered by an HHO generator? One piston being powered by...
Healthy Living - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:10:16
6. Metal Casting At Home
Metal Casting At Home
It doesn't take a fortune to get started with metal casting. With enough imagination, there isn't much that you wouldn't be able to build. All it takes is some determination to get set up properly and safely, and anything is possible. Even from the most modest of back yard foundries, you can achi...
Hobbies, Games & Toys - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:53:08
7. Building Stage Presence And Confidence
Building Stage Presence And Confidence
I think a lot of bands forget that the best way to eliminate stage fright is to perform. Performing is the pinnacle of being a musician. This is also the best way to be building stage presence and confidence in yourself. Experiencing first hand what people really feel about your music is what mak...
Music - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:05:29
8. Creating A Buzz With Your Band
Creating A Buzz With Your Band
There you are! You're standing at the microphone, guitar in hand. You look to your right: Your keyboard player gives you a nod. To your left, the bass player looks back at the drummer. The drummer starts clicking off the first song. You turn around to face the crowd that has come just to see you!...
Music - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:11:26
9. Siloam Springs, Arkansas
Siloam Springs, Arkansas
Located in Northwest Arkansas, Siloam Springs is a vibrant and growing community. With a spirit of volunteerism, friendly atmosphere, and abundant natural beauty, Siloam Springs offers a quality of life in a setting that is unique and attractive. City services and local government make Siloam Spr...
Travel & Places - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:13:04
10. Air Powered Engines
Air Powered Engines
Power from an Air Engine? Yes. You heard me right, an air engine. An engine that uses compressed air to drive it as opposed to an internal combustion engine which uses a fuel to burn, or an electric which has to have heavy batteries. As crazy as it sounds, there are hundreds of experimenters doin...
Healthy Living - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:51:44
11. Layer Gardening
Layer Gardening
An easy, no fuss way to garden in nearly any space! Using materials that we would normally put on a recycle pile, you can create a garden nearly anywhere, even on top of a concrete slab. Or on a roof? Try this and see why it is quickly becoming a favorite of many gardeners. Image courtesy of H...
Home & Garden - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:11:20
12. Make Your Charcoal Right At Your Campsite!
Make Your Charcoal Right At Your Campsite!
So you have plenty of wood around for the huge camp fire, but you forgot to pack the bag of Charcoal for the grill. So what's a guy to do? Especially a guy that prides himself on being ready for anything nature throws at him! Make your own charcoal! Right there in your campfire! Quality ones to...
Healthy Living - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:03:22
13. How To Be A Green Hot Rodder
How To Be A Green Hot Rodder
How to what? That has to be a typo! You can't be green and drag race. You can't be a tree hugger and drift. You can't care about the ozone layer and dirt track with a sprint car or even a lowly little Street Stock! Okay, you may be right about some of those because the rules call for certain mo...
Healthy Living - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:04:30
14. Writing: Putting Together A Story For A Graphic Novel
Writing:  Putting Together A Story For A Graphic Novel
The problem I have seen so far in my start for my little project, is I have been a hobby novelist (never published) for a long time now. Almost 25 years, to be honest. I have never really thought about being published and mostly just write for myself. For practice, for exercise of my imagination ...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:11:26
15. Creating A Graphic Novel
Creating A Graphic Novel
I beg to differ when someone tells me that it takes talent to write, and talent to draw, and talent to create. Talent, while it does tend to be easier for some, is only in the eye of the beholder. It is no harder to create a Web Comic or Graphic Novel these days than it is to play a computer game...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:11:28
16. A Gig Check List For The Band
A brief check list to give you a direction in some things you should not forget about on the way to the gig. Of course, there's much more, but this is the premiere of basics. It is meant to help to get started on building your own check list. Please add your stories in the guest book! I'd love ...
Music - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 05:26:02
17. Writing: The Maraude Series
Writing:  The Maraude Series
This living page is going to be set up to document my processes in starting my oldest story as I commit it to a series of novels that might span 20 or 30 books. The basic idea of Maraude begins at the establishing of the creator of the CIA's Division M from his beginnings as a Corporal in the 35...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:05:25
18. The Writing of J. Aric Keith
The Writing of J. Aric Keith
The goal of this page is to help you familiarize yourself with my writings. It will also give me a place to sell them when I get them ready for press. Enclosed you will find the synopses and basic character outlines of all the works I have put together thus far. I have started releasing my epic...
Squidoo Community - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:05:28
19. J. Aric Keith?
J. Aric Keith?
Just who is Sir Keystone anyway? On this page I will cover my many hobbies and give you some links in the varying parts of my personal web wanderings as well as my blogs. I am currently expanding my horizons on the internet using the new found money stream to start making an acre of land in Nor...
Squidoo Community - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:02:02
20. Rest In Peace Everchangingart.com
Rest In Peace Everchangingart.com
For all intents and purposes, there will never be another site like ECA. It was where we lived to perform. It broke bad habits and created new ones. Someday, I hope Morten will tell us that he has revived it in a new incarnation, but until then it will live here in my memory. Here is a screen s...
Internet - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:04:30
21. False Hope Band
False Hope Band
Forged in Arkansas by a collaboration of three veterans (one of which was from Desert Storm) and two brothers from the deserts of Arizona. You would have thought we would have used a desert theme in our name. Well, I guess you could use the tired analogy of the desert wanderer crawling on his bel...
Music - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:05:28
22. Writing: Keystone's NaNoWriMo Experience
Writing: Keystone's NaNoWriMo Experience
The image at the left might catch some of you by surprise. In 2008 I finished my piece The Neighbor's Basement a few days early even with band gigs and my 9.5 hour plus drive time work day. Why I could not get situated to play in 2009 I am not sure. 2010, saw the start but no completion of Wyldhe...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:02:10
23. Using Twitter For Your Band
Using Twitter For Your Band
Everybody's talking about twitter these days, but I'll not say too much about how to acquire followers. That can be found anywhere. And most of the information that some of them will tell you works for a while but falls flat later. I'll get into that in a moment. Maybe you already have registere...
Music - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:05:30
24. The History of 101 Floorcovering
The History of 101 Floorcovering
At one time, 101 Floocovering had three stores open across the US. Our original location in Cottonwood, Arizona, my uncle's shop in Ft. Collins, Colorado, and the final store in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. The last remaining of our family shops is my uncle's shop in West Siloam Springs, Oklahoma wh...
Home & Garden - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:03:25
25. 10 Reasons Why Expensive Gas Was Good
10 Reasons Why Expensive Gas Was Good
As we inch toward another summer gas prices are starting to creep upward but, did we learn anything? No. Suddenly being "GREEN" isn't so popular and in fact some are laughing it off as a political ruse, the HHO spam has died down, people have forgotten who Ozzy Freedom even is. Those who do rem...
Culture & Society - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:03:23
26. Writing: The Neighbors Basement
Writing: The Neighbors Basement
A group of children find themselves interrupted in life by a misguided professor who has stumbled onto a secret that has eluded man since the beginning of time. The Neighbor's Basement is a story about life interrupted and never set right. A story of normal kids thrust into a new world only drea...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:11:26
27. Computer Antiques - Commodore
I was digging through some of my old stuff the other day and ran across several interesting little tid bits that I'm sure will inspire memories of late nights learning BASIC or trying to conquer Castle Wolfenstien. If you don't remember those days then you might still find the cost of stuff and t...
computers-and-electronics - Sat, 25 Aug 2012 16:56:59
28. How To Get Funding By Using Kickstarter
I am involved in several projects that outside money would be really handy. My online ventures make a little here and there but not what I would need to push these projects out the door. I need to take a much needed vacation from the day job to complete these projects, and when you live pay check...
arts-and-design - Fri, 17 Aug 2012 05:09:42
29. Recycle Your Carpet
So you just had your living room recarpeted. What are you going to do with the old carpet? The installers will probably just take it back to the shop and throw it away. Why don't you recycle your used carpet? As the most recent statistics say that we piled 5 billion pounds of carpet in the landf...
healthy-living - Fri, 25 May 2012 00:26:38
30. Writing - Preventing Writer's Block
This page will take you down the path to achieving that illusive retort that you need to get your plot jump started again. I will take you through some organizational assessments, rethinking your plot, think about your distribution, doing more research, work on supplemental materials, and gettin...
books-poetry-writing - Thu, 31 May 2012 03:33:07
31. Writing: Stage - The Novel
Can one have everything and lose it so quickly? This is the story of Adrienna Brey, a prodigy of eight who starts her life in rock and roll in the fast paced lifestyle of a rising band name Blown Pageant. She often trades her guitar for the drum seat and continues to wow the audiences. Her vocals...
books-poetry-writing - Sat, 10 Sep 2011 04:57:01
32. A Guide To Ultimate Recycling
A Guide To Ultimate Recycling
In the days of the Indian nomads roaming the plains of the United States, the American Indians worked hard to preserve family and friends by living off the land. Some of us think it is inhumane the way they would kill a buffalo or a deer , but they didn't waste anything. They were the Ultimate Re...
Healthy Living - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:10:20
33. Putting Together Your Band's Song List
Another part of our series: How To Build Your Band It is safe to say that even the best of artists create on stage lists for their musicians to play from. This keeps down confusion and helps the flow of the show. Pulling from experience, shows can be made or broke with simple deviations from wh...
Music - Sun, 22 May 2011 18:35:25
34. Writing: The Making Of The Neighbor's Basement Graphic Novel
I will delve into a couple of the techniques that I am using to create my latest project, Neighbor's Basement, a graphic novel. This is actually not the one I had in mind to start with, but I had my friends on FaceBook vote for which story they thought was worthy of my first GN attempt. Neighbor...
arts-and-design - Fri, 20 May 2011 23:58:08
35. Advertise Your Band Through Merchandise
One of the best ways for a band to make money for it's continued music production, is merchandise. It's well known that selling your CD can make you some money, but Tee-shirts are usually better in the bang for the buck at gigs. And there are other ideas. Then again coming up with a unique gimmi...
Music - Fri, 06 May 2011 03:24:27
36. Keystone Kustoms Project: Deep Sixx - 1993 Ford Ranger Splash
Project: Deep Sixx, The forth trophy winner by Keystone Kustoms and Arachnid Audio. Keystone Kustoms would like to restart this project, as Deep Sixx jr, or the spin off designs Splash Bucket or Blenderhead. Shown here before door handles and bug deflector were painted, the Splash decals and SV...
cars - Mon, 25 Apr 2011 01:00:48
37. Keystone Kustoms Project: Synyster - 1998 GMC Sonoma
Okay, so I get this question: Why start another project when you are at ground zero with everything else you have going on? Simple. I'm James Aric Keith. Sir Keystone. I never finish anything I start because I never have the money to get over the next expensive hump, and all of my other project...
cars - Fri, 22 Apr 2011 23:26:46
38. Keystone Kustoms Project: Patriot - 1976 Dodge Colt Carousel
If I have my way, Patriot is slotted for a total rebuild with a Dodge Magnum V-6, and the car will be used for SCCA SOLO-II or drift competitions, along with some forays into audio competitions as well. Should Patriot be hauled off for the scrap that he's actually worth right now, he might br...
cars - Fri, 22 Apr 2011 23:22:13
39. Quit Drinking Soda Pop
Why Are They So Unhealthy, You Ask? Cut out the soda to improve your smile, strengthen your bones, and more... Of course this is coming from someone who is hopelessly addicted to Dr. Pepper, who has just had his first top plate made because of the enamel erosion. Besides all of that, which do you...
healthy-living - Sat, 23 Apr 2011 12:21:36
40. Keystone Kustoms Project: Dezert Cruizer - 1978 Chevy LUV
Purchased from my grandmother was my first "running" vehicle, this 1978 Chevrolet LUV concreted forever my addiction to little trucks. I will always be cursed to have one at least as a project. Currently, I have three. Photos are forthcoming and I will be documenting each process of the rebuildi...
cars - Sat, 23 Apr 2011 01:08:43
41. Gunslinger Girl
I have a strange fascination with this anime and manga series by Yu Aida. I really can't explain it other than it deals with much of what one of my own stories deals with as far as the effects of using kids to be snipers and dark-ops operatives. One reviewer says, "A second chance at life, but a...
Entertainment - Sun, 13 Feb 2011 03:27:58
42. Making Your Own Electricity
It seems like more and more people are finally giving in to the green movement. As people find that it is not just for the radical tree huggers, we will see even more people deciding not to rely on the fragile infrastructure, and depending more one their own abilities. Making Your Own Electricity...
healthy-living - Tue, 08 Feb 2011 00:06:04
43. How To Handle The Studio
Now regardless if you take direction one and record your band in the full production studio, or option two and set up your own recording machine and mics, handling the studio can be a trying experience. To say the least. Most musicians that love to play live; hate the studio. But the bands that ...
Music - Mon, 17 Jan 2011 01:33:19
44. The Ax Attic - The Guitar Player's Paradise
The original concept for the ax attic comes from a short story that I am developing into a novel. It is the only guitar shop and luthier that the band Blown Pageant buys from. It is located (in the novel) in a 1930's Movie Theater. Slightly run down but well worth the rummage. Well, the real Ax...
Music - Thu, 13 Jan 2011 23:29:55
45. Your Band's Practice Techniques
Everyone knows the analogy is true. And this is why, in order to make a successful band, it is well known that you can't just jump in, no matter how good you are. Everybody will play something different. One band will rehash Sweet Home Alabama to have full rests after every other measure, and ma...
Music - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 05:34:19
46. Setting A Band Up On The Web
Now before you go into this thinking you already know all about the internet and there's nothing I'm going to be able to tell you, Let me invite you into the busy world of setting up your band on the web. I hope to take you through the ins and outs of what to do and what not to do with many of t...
Music - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 05:31:54
47. Repair Your Own Guitar
A lot has been said from a variety of sources on this subject, I'd like to condense what has been said and add my own two cents. I have had numerous guitars and amplifiers and have always been able to clean up cheap ones to out perform expensive one's. Though don't count all of the expensive one...
Music - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 05:30:29
48. Keep Up With Your Band's Expectations
If you have taken on the responsibility of running the band on your own, you have some important issues to handle. None the least of which is to stay in top form yourself. Then you have to keep marketing at the forefront of everything else, combined with the need to keep the others happy. This i...
Music - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 05:30:09
49. How To Set Up Your Press Kit
Now while the days of the aging press kit are slowly eroding, don't count it out yet! As we will find there are tried and true methods but you still want to carve your own path. Presented below are some ideas gathered from across the internet as well as some of my own, for not just your press k...
Music - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 05:29:04
50. Getting The Gig
Getting the gigs to play for your band can be a delicate balancing act of persistence and patience. You bug the venue too much and you go to the bottom of the list. Don't call enough and they will forget about you quickly. The key, as it is with any business, to getting gigs is to come off as a ...
Music - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 05:28:54
51. Finding The Talent For Your Band
This step is designed to expand our efforts to bring you up to speed on what it takes to build a successful band. It's not a small task. It would be best to enter into this with freinds that you can delgate some responsibility to. This process is a hard one. And there are many mistakes and setba...
Music - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 05:28:49
52. Finding All Of The Members Of Your Band
It is very important for you to understand that just they people playing the music are not all of the true band members. The most ground moving bands consider their core members not to be just the vocals, guitar, keyboards, drums, bass, but the street team, sound guy, manager, even a treasurer as...
Music - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 05:28:44
53. Buying Equipment For Your Band
OK, we all would like to go into Guitar Center and drop our credit card on the counter and buy the place out. But, do you really need that PRS? Or that Marshall stack? Or that brand new Tama kit? Those Neil Peart signature cymbals? The new Allen and Heath 36 channel board? No. Buying locally c...
Music - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 05:27:05
54. Auditioning Your Next Band Member
Picking your musicians can be a daunting process. I'm going to attempt to make your situation just a little bit easier. Every situation is different, but this will give you a head start toward making your band a success. Here is some of what I hope you will learn from this lens: What to look for...
Music - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 05:26:39
55. Band Merchandising
One of the best way for a band to make money for it's continued music production is merchandise. It's well known that selling your CD can make you some money, but Tee-shirts are usually better in the bang for the buck at gigs. Then again if can come up with a gimmick, you can rake in the extra d...
Music - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 05:26:38
56. The Hobby Green House
Greenhouses have always been a good way to grow reliable produce during the winter or dry months, but many people just don't have the room to have a full sized or even a medium sized green house. For those people, or any one who gardens as a hobby, I offer these areas of advice.
home-and-garden - Thu, 30 Dec 2010 22:15:52
57. The History of KP Works
Originally starting in 1989 as a small scale print shop geared toward mailing labels and homemade gift cards, this shop eventually expanded into high end thermal dye sublimation photo printing and restoration. Plans had been made at the time of the first external signs of the public shop opening...
business-and-work - Thu, 30 Dec 2010 22:15:08
58. The History of Arachnid Audio
Originally an off shoot of Keystone Kustoms, Arachnid Audio was one of my late night brain-children. Arachnid actually comes from the Keystone Kustoms logo design of two capitol K's back to back, actually creating eight legs. Photo courtesy of my friends over at steampunk lab
business-and-work - Thu, 30 Dec 2010 22:14:48
59. Save Rambunktious - 1983 Dodge D-50
Starting on a platform of my son's first truck, a 1983 Dodge D-50 Sport, that did have a 1976 Dodge Colt 1600cc with a 5-speed manual and hydraulic clutch. The under-construction part of this truck is a complete redesign coming closer to matching the design of the Dodge Sidewinder Concept Truck ...
cars - Thu, 30 Dec 2010 22:09:10
60. Methane Digesters
Most of you have arrived here probably knowing at least what a methane digester is, right? Or maybe not. Well, it is a mechanism, that if designed properly, can take your septic refuse and turn it into usable products. The organic break down of human waste is well known to produce the out-gassin...
healthy-living - Thu, 30 Dec 2010 22:06:30
61. Aqua Gardening
Hydroponics has become a huge new market for growing food. Plants can be grown in smaller areas and this also makes use of a greenhouse much better. Many hydroponics can be used indoors in garages and basements. The problem is, the water by itself has no nutrients and you have to add the chemica...
home-and-garden - Wed, 24 Jul 2013 00:19:54

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