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Celebrate Star Wars Day with this awesome tutorial that shows you how to draw a cartoon version of R2-D2!

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While this video is labeled as a “fan film” the production quality is so high it could be a legitimate movie trailer. Enjoy Star Wars day with this awesome 6 minute sort film.

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Earlier this week we asked you to share your favorite virtual desktop tips and now we’re back to highlight them. Read on to see how your fellow readers take advantage of virtual desktops.

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If you’re looking to get solid picture of where the poorly insulated and leaky parts of your home are, this DIY thermal imager maps the temperature over an actual photo.

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Do you love the haunting beauty of the sandstone rock formations found in the Southwest? Then you will definitely want your own copy of the Southwest Sandstone Theme for Windows 7. The theme comes with nine images featuring t...

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In this animated offering from TEDEducation (a branch of the awesome organization behind TED Talks), we’re treated to a peek inside the atom and some entertaining models to give us a sense of scale.

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The best day of the work week is finally here, so take a few minutes to relax and have some fun while waiting to go home. In this week’s game your mission is to help set up new power sources in a village that has lost its wind power capabilities. Setting them up starts off simple enough, but will quickly become trickier the further you go!

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Gmail’s redesign is now mandatory — the opt-out option is gone. Use a third-party style sheet to get the old Gmail look back or tweak Gmail’s settings to undo some of the changes.

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Once a week we round up some great reader tips and share them with everyone. This week we’re looking at syncing folders from Android to Dropbox, GPS tagging your photos, and using your Android or iOS device as a clinometer.

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Why does it always turn out to be like this?!

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Are you an avid user of Google Docs for all of your document and presentation work? Then you definitely have good reason to celebrate the latest updates to Google Docs! This week Google announced the addition of hundreds of n...

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If you’re a fan of the popular Portal series, you’ll definitely enjoy this PC case mod that turned a regular computer into a replica of the Aperture Science terminals from the games.

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Earlier this year students at MIT turned the Green Building on MIT’s campus into a giant 250 foot tall Tetris game. Now they’ve released the the source code that drove the giant game board.

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A rare video presented at a 1984 international sales conference starring Steve Jobs as Franklin Delano Roosevelt was just released online this week. Using World War 2 as a setting, the video portrays Apple’s fight again...

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Although we generally deal exclusively with digital keys around here, this collection of keys spanning the last 3,000 years is a fascinating stroll through the history of locks, privacy, and the status that went with holding a key.

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If you think Photoshop is the most powerful tool in a photographer’s toolbox, think again. Whether you’re using freeware, Adobe Camera Raw, or Lightroom, Raw developing tools are the best way to turn good pictures into great ones.

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Ubuntu’s default configuration tools don’t expose a lot of options for customizing your Ubuntu desktop. Ubuntu Tweak fills the gap, exposing a wide variety of settings unavailable in the default interface.

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