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Brick layers, coal miners, historians… there’s a long list of things that the doctors of Star Trek simply aren’t.

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This inexpensive camera hack turns a garage door opener into a wireless shutter remote with a 150 foot range–perfect for the awesome light paintings the tutorial author creates.

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Printers have been using line tones to create rich looking images long before there was any digital art. Today we’ll be using Photoshop tricks (with no filters) to turn an ordinary photograph into old-timey line tone style piece of art.

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We have already shown you how you can change your IP address from the command prompt, which required long netsh commands, now we are doing the same thing in PowerShell, without the complexity.

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If you’ve just updated to Ubuntu 12.04, you may notice an option missing in its system menu. The Hibernate option is now hidden by default, but you can get it back if you prefer to hibernate your system.

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Ubuntu’s sound menu contains Rhythmbox by default. Any other media players you install will also appear in the menu, assuming they support the MPRIS2 specification. You can hide media players in the menu or add any application you like.

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Our latest edition of WIG is filled with news link goodness covering topics such as Unity 2D will not be a part of Ubuntu 12.10, Facebook has revised their privacy policy yet again, cybercrooks are now focusing on Tumblr and Pinterest for new victims, and more.

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Recently, we gathered the best tips and tweaks for Firefox. Google Chrome is another very popular browser, and we have collected some very useful tips and tricks for Google Chrome here. You’ll learn about built-in features and extensions for expanding Chrome’s functionality.

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Travelling on wilderness pathways throughout the year can be very relaxing and give you time to sort out your thoughts when you need some peace and quiet. Bring the beauty and calming influence of these outdoor havens to your desktop with the first in our series or Wilderness Pathways Wallpaper collections.

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Computers are supposed to automate repetitive tasks – if you find yourself submitting forms over and over or repeatedly navigating a website by hand, try iMacros. It’s easy-to-use – all you have to do is perform an action once.

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finally, a rock-solid PC [Reddit]

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Note 1: Icons are in .png format.

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The problem with many home automation hacks is that they are extremely complex and often (for fun) include extra features. This garage door hack keeps it simple: press button, open door.

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Earlier this week we asked you to share your favorite geek tool tips; now we’re back to highlight your must-have tools. Read on to see what your fellow readers put in their toolboxes.

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