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Most DIY soft box projects yield a small 2×2 foot softbox and save you a few buck in the process. This monster-sized build yields a 6×7 softbox for a fraction of the cost of a commercial model.

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Electroluminescent wire (or EL wire for short) is a low-voltage and low-heat way to add some dramatic lighting effects to your Halloween costume. Read on to see how you can easily incorporate it into your outfit this year.

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Dexters Laboratory [Wallpaper Abyss]

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Android: You don’t have to lose custom ringtone identifiers just because your phone is on vibrate. ViBe sets specific vibration patterns for specific callers.

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We’ve already shown you how to celebrate Halloween by turning your friends into ghosts, now we’ll show you how to turn them into the hungry dead with a fun video how-to. Grab some Facebook photos and give it a shot!

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Dropbox is a great way to store files in the cloud and access them easily from devices big and small. Today we’re taking a look at how you can supercharge your Dropbox experience with free space upgrades, app integration, and more.

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IE9 tells me firefox is a “dangerous file” that “is not commonly downloaded”. [via Reddit]

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Are you wanting to add a quick bit of Halloween fun to your Windows 7 desktop? Then you need the Trick or Treat theme for Windows 7. The theme comes with five wallpapers full of spooky Halloween pumpkin goodness.

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Sometimes when you install a program in Windows, or when you apply a registry hack, you need to log out or restart Windows. However, the same thing can usually be accomplished by restarting the Windows Explorer (explorer.exe) process.

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The newest release of Chrome sports an overhauled New Tab page with better organization, including a cleaner division between apps and frequently visited pages.

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Lensbaby offers a series of camera lenses that feature lens barrels you can shift and twist for dramatic photo effects. This DIY Lensbaby clone offers the same effect on-the-cheap.

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Music [deviantART]

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If you’re looking for full length and free documentaries, Documentary.net offers an extensive catalog of documentaries on a wide range of topics.

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Once a week we round up some of the reader questions we’ve recently answered and showcase them. This week we’re looking at how to always display the image size in Google Images, preserving browser tabs while using CCleaner, and what to backup when creating your Windows backup files.

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The Event Viewer allows you to diagnose system and application problems in Windows. It has been enhanced in Windows 7; however, it still does not provide much information about the events in the interface.

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There’s no need to leave the high-caliber theatrics to Disney when there are DIY guides like this one floating around. Bring the Haunted Mansion’s Singing Ghosts to your front porch.

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If you’re a SciFi fan and looking for some new books to devour, BestSFBooks catalogs the winners of a dozen different Science-Fiction literature awards–check out the best from the present all the way back to the 1950s.

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Whether you’re talking to an automated tech support line, watching Star Trek, or playing with Apple’s new Siri voice assistant, the voice of the computer is female. Science can explain why.

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