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In this archival video, courtesy of AT&T, we see how visionaries at the company predicted the future would look from the vantage point of 1961.

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This interesting and rather organic computer modification use tubes of soil as heat sinks in order to draw warmth up to a planter built into the top of the case and accelerate the growth of wheat grass planted there.

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Do you love learning about obscure trivia, strange story elements, hidden penalties, and more from your favorite video games? Then you will definitely want to browse on over to the ‘Did You Know Gaming’ blog and e...

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Yesterday we saw some wood-block style video game heroes, today we’re treated to DC super heroes like Superman and Batman captured in Art Deco-style travel posters promoting their home cities.

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We’ve written about using GNU Screen to multitask in the Linux terminal in the past. GNU Screen is the granddaddy of these programs, but tmux and dvtm+dtach are other solutions you may prefer.

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Once a week we round up some of the reader questions we’ve answered and share the solutions with everyone. Today we’re looking at laptop visibility in sunny areas, resizing Windows partitions, and a dependable way to download YouTube videos.

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The Task Manager in Windows has always been a useful place to view and manage running applications and services. It’s been redesigned for Windows 8 and now displays much more information and also allows you to perform basic administrative tasks.

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Illustrator Jed Henry pays homage to old school video game characters with a very old school method–Japanese woodblock printing.

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Today, May 21, YouTube celebrates its seven-year anniversary with, what else, a video retrospective covering the moments and milestones in the history of YouTube.

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Although bootlegMIC was designed as a way for concert goers to cheaply and cleanly capture bootleg music, it’s a great build for any project that needs an inexpensive but effective microphone.

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When you’re shooting portraits, the soft background look keeps distracting backgrounds from ruining a shot. If you’ve not shot correctly, here’s a quick, simple tip to pop out your foreground and keep the most important parts the most visible.

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Each major web browser shares a large number of keyboard shortcuts in common. Whether you’re using Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, or Opera – these keyboard shortcuts will work in your browser.

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Whether you want to shrink your Ubuntu partition, enlarge it, or split it up into several partitions, you can’t do this while it’s in use. You’ll need a Ubuntu live CD or USB drive to edit your partitions.

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This week’s edition of WIG is filled with news links covering topics such as a startup funded by Microsoft aims to kill BitTorrent traffic, a reset feature has been added to Firefox 13 beta, Windows 8 upgrades for new PC buyers will cost $14.99, and more.

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All browsers support keywords, which you can type into your address bar to quickly search or visit websites. Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer all have their own methods of setting keywords, some more hidden than others.

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