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My Hubbook on DIY

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Jack is a volunteer at the CCNY Archives. Before retiring, he worked at IBM for over 28 years. His articles have over 120,000 views.

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Introduction

I have a few hubs that highlights some of my home projects.

- Oct. 2016

Table of Contents

1. Fixing a collapsed Arrow Shed

2. Finishing a slab Table

3. Making a Vertical Succulent Frame

4. Rollover IRA Advice

5. How to Sign Up for Medicare

6. Why Switch to LED Lighting?

7. How to Create an eBook?

8. How to Digitize Your Photo Albums?

9. Creating a Personal Digital Archive

10. The Universal Digital Collections Cookbook

11. How to Repair a Cracked Driveway

12. How to prepare and write an autobiography

13. How to scan a document with your iPhone

14. How to make a log End Table

15. How to make a Patio Bench

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Do It Yourself

There is nothing like doing something by yourself. The satisfaction of knowing that you can accomplish what you set out to do is indescribable. I am always finding new way to do things. There are many resources online. You can find YouTube videos on just about anything.

Summary

My hubbook on some do it yourself projects. A miscellaneous list of projects that I took on from home. Some are projects with my hands and some are related to finance.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2016 Jack Lee

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