If you’re interested in experimenting with a free-floating lens, ala the commercial LensBaby, this inexpensive hack turns and old shower head and 50mm lens into a tilt-shift lens.
Frank thought it was great being able to move into his new apartment, but then he finds out that he is unable to leave. Can he find a way to escape or will he be a part of the Tiny Tower nightmare forever?
iOS: If you enjoy caffeinated drinks but still wants a goodnight’s sleep, you need Caffiene Zone–a free application that helps you monitor your caffeine consumption to maintain maximum alertness without jitters or sleeplessness.
AirDroid for Android replaces your USB cable with your web browser. Transfer files back and forth, send text messages, play music, view your photos and manage applications — all without installing anything on your computer.
If you drag your feet between iOS upgrades because you don’t want to have to reinstall all your awesome Jailbreak apps, custom tweaks, and fiddle with all the default settings, then follow along as we show you how to easily backup and restore everything for easy iOS upgrading.
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If you’re looking for a cheap flash bouncer it doesn’t get much cheaper than this DIY hack–all you need is a foil-lined box, this free template, and some scissors.
At first glance this DIY Valentine is adorable geeky: it’s handmade from acrylic with red LEDs embedded in it that light up when the pieces are held together. Hidden inside each half–adding to the charm–is a...
Most artists use paint, clay, and other common materials. Todd Johnson uses acrylic, lead, and a particle accelerator.
When you have lots and lots of tabs open, it’s extremely annoying to suddenly hear a background tab playing some loud noise or music, and then you have to hunt down the right tab to close. Here’s a great Chrome extension that gives you better control.
Once a week we round up some reader questions from the Ask How-To Geek inbox and share the answers with everyone. This week we’re looking at using multiple Wi-Fi nodes at once, changing the GRUB boot order, and speeding up the slow Silk browser on the Kindle Fire.
Life in tech support [via Geeks are Sexy]
As of Ubuntu 10.04, the minimize, maximize, and close buttons on all windows were moved to the left side and the system menu was removed. Prior to version 11.10, you could use several methods to restore the original button arrangement.