The winner of the Twitter Microideas draw was user BRAINTRAINNER with the Microidea “Turn old Tv sets into boxes to keep objects in, after emptying them of their components.” Congratulations!
Thanks to all those of you who took part by sending in your microideas through Twitter. We received more than 400 tweets, suggesting new uses for everyday objects, and thanks also to all who have spread the word and spoken of this contest.
Here are some of the better microideas we received:
UpMarchDOTcom #microideas Very small letter-can’t read-no lens/magnifier? use a glass bottle filled with clean water for now.
eltelera Design soda cans with two rings, one for the beverage, and another to re-use, on top of the can #microideas
jonanderace Use plastic bags to make a kite, tie a piece of string from one handle to the other, and fly! #microideas
enterthelinox mark lines on pencils so they can be used as rulers, a good way to save #microideas
guiaocioaragon http://twitpic.com/6jfqe – Shopping bags = work coat for finger painting #microideas
jsalvachua #microideas use your microwave oven to delete hard drives…
kopa09 Pile up magazines you’ve already read and make a table to place next to the couch. It decorates and works as a console #microideas
And there’s many more! If you want to see them all, you can do so HERE.