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Application organization and launching has improved significantly over the years but there’s always room for improvement and customization. This week we’re interested in hearing about your tips, tricks, and tools for efficiently organizing and launching your apps.

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There are days and then there are ‘DAYS’…

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If you or a young tinker in your household is disappointed that there is no way to link LEGO bricks and Lincoln Logs (or other construction toys on the market) this project is for you.

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We’re at a total loss to think of anything more geeky than a laser cutter programmed to simultaneously laser cut the Aperture Science logo while playing “Stile Alive” from Portal.

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What kind of impact could a single laptop have if it were introduced to people during key periods in Western history? This infographic comic provides some speculation on what the results could be like…

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If your coffee has failed to perk you up this morning, this action-packed post-apocalyptic animation–a trailer for a work-in-progress CGI movie–most certainly will.

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Windows 8 comes with its new Metro Start Screen, which makes it easy to launch your Metro apps from that screen, but did you know you can access them from Windows Explorer too? Here’s how to do it.

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Last week we showed you how to set up a simple, but strongly encrypted, TrueCrypt volume to help you protect your sensitive data. This week we’re digging in deeper and showing you how to hide your encrypted data within your encrypted data.

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The Moon seems like a pretty quiet place these days, but it has not always been so. Take a journey through time and watch the evolution of the Moon with this terrific video from NASA!

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The Internet is a very busy place…

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The Humble Bundle is back–score cross-platform games at a pay-what-you-want price and even send the proceeds to charity in the process.

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Ads in free Android apps might be annoying but you probably never imagined they were radically draining your battery. New research from Purdue University and Microsoft highlight just how much ad-driven apps tank your battery life.

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Those old iPads can still be useful!

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Chrome: If you’re a frequent Pandora, Grooveshark, or other popular streaming music station listener, Unity Player puts play control and song info on the Chrome Toolbar.

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The Microsoft evaluation releases of their products are incredibly valuable and useful tools as they allow you to have an unlimited number of test, demo and development environments to work with at no cost. The only catch is evaluation releases are time limited, so the more time you can squeeze out of them, the more useful they can be.

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