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Once a week we dig into the tips box and share some great reader tips. This week we’re looking at how to use Grease Monkey scripts in Chrome after recent security changes, book suggestion web sites, and keeping your VPN connected in OS X.

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There are few things more frustrating than having your favorite collectible action figures get dusty when you display them. As a solution Stellar Four has come up with this awesome step-by-step tutorial for creating mini-terr...

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What is a mother to do when her video game addicted son will not go outside to play? Declare war! Their household will never be the same as she engages in a battle against the game consoles, but is victory assured?

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Think you know the answer? Click through to see if you're right!

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If your cube is begging for some geeky accessorizing, fire up the color printer and whip off some of these great Doctor Who papercraft projects to spruce the place up.

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If you need your speakers to take a little more abuse than the average pair, this sturdy build packs them inside a surplus ammo can so they can handle the abuse you throw at them.

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This compact computer features a sturdy keyboard with a Raspberry Pi hidden inside–making it an all in one machine complete with a USB hub hidden in the keyboard.

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It’s easy to think of a Kindle as just an eBook reader, but it’s so much more than that. It’s an MP3 player, portable web browser (with free Wikipedia access over 3G), gaming device, and image viewer.

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