- Initialism of do it yourself. (Wiktionary)
“When Nick Kristof wrote about what he called the DIY Foreign-Aid Revolution, he generated substantial criticism from the aid and development sector for, amongst other things, highlighting the work of a small number of Americans at the expense of giving more coverage to "local community members helping their neighbors and themselves", as David Algoso put it in his response to Kristof, at Foreign Policy.”
“Gittleman, who suggests probiotics and a gluten-free existence for all, is also a strong proponent of what she calls the DIY approach to diagnosing digestive problems.”
“Selfpublishing. com fit more neatly into the group of author solutions services I term DIY Printer/Publishers, like Lulu,”
“For me, the term DIY dosen’t always conjure up the most inspiring of images.”
“Mr. WILHELM: Yeah, this is what we call the DIY Magic Mirror.”
“You can pick up the software via the Scan Tailor thread in DIY Book Scanner.”
“Encastrable is a guerrilla art project that acts in DIY and gardening stores around Paris, leaving small sculptures and instalations in the stores done with the material they sell.”
“As someone with a background in DIY culture — skateboarding, zines, etc — I felt uncomfortable working in corporate publishing.”
“The solar DIY is for people who have much experience, tinkering recommended because they require more knowledge assembled through pipelines.”
“For the desk: if you're not going on holiday, but you do have the time off, DIY is definately an option.”
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