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If you’re enamored by the neat tilt-shift photos that seem to be everywhere on the web, this tutorial will show you how to use a 3D printer to create your own tilt-shift lens adapter.

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Creating animations from scratch in Photoshop might seem daunting, but in fact, they’re very simple. Fire up Photoshop and grab some of your files. It’s time to annoy the pants off of your friends with lots of animated GIFs!

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The Windows Firewall is powerful, but it doesn’t offer an easy-to-use interface for its advanced features. Windows Firewall Notifier fills the holes in the built-in Windows Firewall, offering easy management of outbound connections and a console that displays network activity.

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One of the characters you might have seen around How-To Geek is our very own “Keyboard Ninja.” Today, we honor him in t-shirt form, and you can pick the first design you’d like to see printed for the HTG store.

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While we’ve asked you about the software you keep in your virtual toolbox, this week we’re interested in the actual hardware. What must have tools have you tucked away inside your geek toolbox?

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Frost covered surfaces carry a unique beauty all their own, so why not add some icy goodness to your desktop with the Frost Macros Theme for Windows 7? The theme comes with nine images featuring the frosty photographic talent of Duncan Lawler.

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

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If you’re looking for a free and quick way to check out which best selling Kindle books are currently available as free downloads, Zero Dollars Books presents them with a clean and uncluttered layout.

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