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Being the unofficial (and voluntary) IT person for a small business can be ‘enlightening’…

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What’s more fun than playing with fire? Shooting it from your hands. Put on your robe and wizard hat, make a stop at the hardware store, and spend the weekend trying to convince your friends you’ve acquired supernatural powers.

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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 using your iPhone as a sleep monitor that wakes you at an optimum time, how to test your remote with a digital camera, and a clever way to craft glowing Easter eggs.

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Sleepyti.me is a web-based sleep calculator that uses average sleep cycle lengths to calculate what time you should go to bed in order to rise at a predetermined well rested and alert.

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Videophones, voice-controlled computers, heads-up displays, and other technological innovations made their first appearances in Sci-Fi. This dual timeline charts the first appearance in Sci-Fi against the date of commercial s...

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Squeezing the maximum amount of usage time out of your laptop battery can be challenging at times…it all depends on the software you are using. One software we are all likely to be using is a browser to keep up with our online lives…

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This DIY project mixes up LEDS, plastic Easter Eggs, and candy, for delicious and glow-in-the-dark fun.

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If you’ve followed along, you’ve bought hosting and installed WordPress software for a swanky new webpage. Today we’ll explain the less obvious perks of WordPress and how you can get a bit more mileage out of your new web software.

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What do you do when you’re faced with a massive pile of MP3s with mismatched tags, poor directory structure, or worse? This week we want to hear your best tips and tricks for getting out from under a mismanaged music collection.

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If your eggs are missing and if no one else can help, maybe you can hire The Angry Team.

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Dropbox is doubling the amount of free storage you get per-referral to 500MB, doubling the previous 250MB credit–better yet, the bonus is retroactive and applies to referrals you’ve already made.

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Yesterday we shared a what-if video focused on a 1990s era Facebook; today we have a video with a thoroughly DOS-based 1980s Twitter experience.

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If you’re looking for some ultra-minimal desktop wallpapers, the curated selection at Simply Desktops has subtle wallpapers for all tastes.

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We are going to use a networked folder in for our article but you could always skip creating the network folder, and just use a USB drive. To use a USB drive you can just go to the setting for File History and turn it on, it should automatically find your USB and immediately start working.

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Ubuntu includes Déjà Dup, an integrated backup tool, but some people prefer Back In Time instead. Back In Time has several advantages over Déjà Dup, including a less-opaque backup format, integrated backup file browser, and more configurability.

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