How to make a candy machine made of cardboard at home! Why bother with vending machines that require complicated coin systems? Just get right to the fun ...
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Damariscotta Laundromat Gets New Owners, Upgrades One of the first improvements Awamleh made was to add LED lighting. He has upgraded the security system and wireless internet, and added cameras and a vending machine for snacks. Eventually the new owner plans to upgrade the machines and make [...]
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Meet Earl 3.0, First Hill's art-dispensing vending machine Part of Lundgren's identity as an artist is his fascination with robots and their potential to make humans' lives easier. Lundgren sees robots everywhere; toasters, cars, and laptops, for example. Vending machines are no different. He believes robots [...]
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Sponsors needed for Coweta's Project Graduation The evening is filled with food, activities, music, prizes and entertainment. "We are reaching out to our parents and others to help us make this the best night possible," said Project Graduation spokesperson Karen Ellis. groups, organizations or [...]
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The Demand for Healthier Snacks on Campus Even though many students use these buildings to hang out, there are still multiple vending machines stocked with unhealthy snacks to accompany them. Robinson mentioned that this had to do with factual data that determines what snacks circulate in the [...]
RT @tarahlovestay: That one time i jokingly said we should make real cotton candy dresses and she shows up with a cotton candy machine an…
people of the twitter machine (specifically @hollinger), did I make a mistake by buying the cotton candy Bang?
im helping make cotton candy for a program at work and i caught the fucking machine on fire
i want cotton candy... i'm gonna buy myself a cotton candy machine and somehow make cotton candy.
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas — An Arkansas priest-inventor had a hand in creating the candy canes that you know and love this time of year.The history of the candy cane is a little murky. Legend has it that the candy started as plain white sugar sticks, maybe in the 1600s, according to a 2015 National Geographic blog, The Plate.“The stick got its cane-like hook, one unsubstantiated story claims, when a 17th-century choirmaster at Germany’s Cologne Cathedral convinced a local candy maker to bend...
Father Gregory Harding Keller invented the machine that "hooked" the candy cane Published: December 21, 2017 By Malea HargettEditorDiocese of Little Rock ArchivesFather Gregory Keller, seen here around 1924, served as a parish priest while making inventions for his brother-in-law’s candy company in Georgia.Diocese of Little Rock ArchivesFather Gregory Keller, seen here around 1924, served as a parish priest while making inventions for his brother-in-law’s candy company in...
[embedded content]LAS VEGAS — I’m always on the lookout for the next great ping-pong playing machine. I just didn’t think that player would actually be a machine.With the GeekWire Bash — our annual geeky anniversary extravaganza — coming up on March 15, I took time out at CES this week to take on Forpheus, a robot designed by Japanese robotics company Omron. As the video shows above, Forpheus could very well be the type of player to make a run in the Bash’s expert ping-pong...
The word “vending machine” elicits a few typical images: candy bars, chips and soft drinks — though if one spends enough time in an airport personal electronics might make the list.But vending machines are branching out in big ways and getting more high tech. According to the PYMNTS/USA Technology Unattended Retail tracker, there will be 3.6 million connected vending machines on the planet by 2020. The total value of the unattended market is expected to grow to $42 billion by the year...