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You’re a geek on the go and it’s important to keep tabs on your torrents when you’re away from home. Today we take a peak at how you can monitor, manage, and even start your torrent downloads when you’re away from your computer.

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Ever wonder how Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 might look if made with LEGO? Then here is your chance to see the how the original reveal trailer looks when done up in total LEGO goodness.

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Has someone you know used a public peer-to-peer network to download ‘files of interest’ and were curious if there was a record of it? Then a quick visit to youhavedownload.com may provide for an eye opening experi...

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LEGO bricks are rectangular and as such we’ve come to expect fairly boxy LEGO constructions. Brick bending is a LEGO trend wherein people build curved LEGO forms using standard rectangular bricks.

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That’s right! It’s the holiday season once again, which means we’re here to help you shop for that important geek in your life. Time to Geek up Christmas with a silly song, the How-To Geek way!

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Chrome/Firefox: If you thought other reading tools like Readability stripped away the fluff on a website, you haven’t seen anything yet. SimplyRead rips away everything but the title and body text for an ultra-minimalis...

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Google Make Brain Hurt [GraphJam]

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What do Super Mario Bros 3, Pokemon Stadium, Counter-Strike, Doom, and Tetris all have in common? You can play them all on your graphing calculator.

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Once a week we round up some of the interesting questions we’ve answered from the Ask How-To Geek mailbox and share them with the greater readership. This week we’re looking at Xbox 360 upgrades, Christmas light wiring, and stripping Kindle DRM.

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If you’re looking for a super simple project to get started with Arduino programming, this DIY blinking Christmas Tree blinker is a great first-timer’s project.

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Still wondering what Spiderman is doing working an office job and who exactly Chuck Testa is? Know Your Meme is here to help with the top 10 memes of 2011.

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Capturing a falling drop of water with a flash strobe is an old trick; photographer Heinz Maier breathes new life into the stunt with multiple–and colorful!–drops of water.

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When you get a new computer (Mac, in this case), you might want to check how well it can perform. By running a benchmark, you’re actually finding out your machine’s scores regarding various performance-related tasks, and then you can compare your results with others.

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Active Directory is essential to any Microsoft network built on the client-server network model–it allows you to have a central sever called a Domain Controller (DC) that does authentication for your entire network. Instead of people logging on to the local machines they authenticate against your DC. Lets take a look at how to install Microsoft’s Active Directory.

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This week’s edition of WIG is filled with news link goodness such as Apple’s possible loss of the iPad trademark in China, the Justice Department’s investigation into e-book pricing, AT&T’s cut-back on speed for heavy data users, and more.

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How-To Geek is a great place to learn all kinds of things, and some of our articles are in-depth explanations of how something works. We call these explainer topics, and here’s the best ones that we published in 2011.

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