I’ve been a Facebook junkie for as long as I can remember, but it wasn’t until I joined the MakeUseOf community that my interest and involvement soared.

I discovered that not only are there people in the community who are into cool projects, ideas, and concepts, but there’s also a whole bunch of helpful people who offer their time and experience.

As part of our MakeUseOf community we recently asked for your suggestions for the next Tip Tuesday feature. I was so impressed with the response we received that I decided to go a bit crazy.

Instead of choosing just one or two tips, I’m choosing 10 of them and will be writing separate blog posts about each one of them.

Over the course of the next few weeks I’ll be revisiting the past Tip Tuesday posts and presenting an overview of the 10 projects I chose, along with the very best tip I could find within each project’s description.

I’m calling this the Best of the Tips series and I can’t wait to share it with you!

The Most Interesting Person in the World’s New Website Launch is definitely in the news! This week I decided to take a look at what the Internet has to say about the personality of the world’s most famous businessman.Energy transfer between RF-treated alumina and different prostheses for femoral stem fixation.
1. The strength of attachment between metal femoral prostheses and stainless steel femoral heads and alumina rods was determined in explanted femurs. 2. Femoral heads and rods from femoral prostheses were attached to unexposed (fresh) and aged (2100 degrees F for 24 hr) alumina rods by dry static testing of uniaxially compressed rods, following the WEF-technology procedure. 3. Attachment strength was expressed as the maximum static force (N) before any pull out. 4. Attachment strength was as follows: In aged dry alumina rods and alumina heads, aged rods and unexposed alumina heads, unexposed dry alumina rods and unexposed alumina heads, aged dry alumina rods and unexposed alumina heads, fresh dry alumina rods and alumina

How does one form a Injection from $S^1 \times [0,1]$ into a compact metric space?
If $(Z,d)$ is a compact metric space, then $\mathcal{P}(Z)$, the set of all subsets of $Z$ has an injection into $(Z,d)$? (Where $\mathcal{P}(Z)$ is the power set of $Z$)