Make a T-Shirt Cannon
Bre Pettis and William Gurstelle collaborate to make a t-shirt cannon out of parts from the hardware store. More info at makezine.com/podcast.
Ignite Show: Bill Gurstelle - "The Art of Living Dangerously", Ep 17
To keep smart, your brain needs to feel useful. It needs danger to challenge it. In this week's Ignite Show episode, Bill Gurstelle of Make Magazine elaborates on ...
ReMaking History: Magdeburg Hemisphere
MAKE Contributing Editor William Gurstelle recreates the vacuum forming experiment performed by Otto von Guericke in the 17th Century. You can do it, too.
Maker to Maker - Load-Release Devices on MAKE: television
In this Toolbox segment, William Gurstelle introduces us to unique load-release devices like the panic snap and the pelican hook which he applies to his giant ...
Maker to Maker - Cable Ties on MAKE: television
WATCH IN HD! In this 'Toolbox' segment, William Gurstelle demonstrates a dizzying array of applications for cable ties. Got any other multi-tasking tools?
William on Disc CA
Canadian TV interview.
Bagel Boy featuring William Gurstelle
These are the homemade machines that you've dreamed of building, from the high-voltage Night Lighter 36 spud gun to the Jam Jar Jet, the Marshmallow ...
William Gurstelle shows How to Build an Electrostatic Generator and a Leyden Jar
William Gurstelle shows How to Build an Electrostatic Generator and a Leyden Jar.
IgniteMpls #1 - William Gurstelle presents "The Art of Living Dangerously"
ignitempls William Gurstelle gives his presentation The Art of Living Dangerously" at Ignite Minneapolis #1 on April 22, 2009.