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This DIY project combines EL-wire, acrylic, LEDs, and a crystal solution to create an eye catching and geektacular DNA-inspired lamp.
Earlier this week we asked you to share the games you like killing downtime with; you responded and now we’re back to highlight your favorites.
That final, stressful workday before the holiday weekend arrives is finally here, so why not take a few minutes to relax and have some fun? In this week’s game your objective is to place different circuit components in the proper sequence so that you can power up the lights on your Christmas tree.
The cron daemon on Linux runs tasks in the background at specific times; it’s like the Task Scheduler on Windows. Add tasks to your system’s crontab files using the appropriate syntax and cron will automatically run them for you.
One of the first thing you might want to do, once you have installed Server 2008 R2 is get the Windows Aero features back. The classic theme just does not fit everyone’s taste, so here is how to get all that Aero goodness back.
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Most of the time over-the-top Christmas light displays hover on the edge of neighbor enraging; this dubstep fueled seizure box is sure to irritate the neighbors.
If you’re looking to pack a little computing power into your kitchen you’d be hard pressed to beat this built-in kitchen computer complete with a massive 17″ touch screen interface.
We frequently look back at the early days of computing, but we rarely get a chance to see how people in that age saw computers. This 1958 video gives us a peek.
Christmas and holiday parties mean getting lots of family and friends together. And getting the family together usually means lots and lots of pictures! Here’s some of HTG’s favorite tips for better photos this holiday.