Peter Mars, a French gaming enthusiast, has created an entire blog devoted to his IKEA table to Mame cabinet conversion with detailed photos of every step. The blog is in French but the photos are detailed enough that except ...
Think you’re a die hard Star Trek fan? Can you identify all 235 Star Trek characters in this geeky 8-bit rendering? If you can, you’ve got a shot at winning a limited edition print of it.
Minecraft is favorite game of many geeks, but not everyone has heard of it. Here’s what it is, why geeks love it so much, and how to get started for yourself.
Friday is here and it is almost time to escape from your workplace, but until then we have something fun to help pass the time. In this week’s game your mission is to help a group of bad birds successfully escape and make their way to freedom.
Most people don’t realize this, but when your PC gets infected from browsing a web site, it’s not usually because of your browser—it’s because of your plugins, like Flash, Java, and others. They are sadly insecure, but Google Chrome has a built-in option to make your PC much safer.
Have you ever wondered about the costs, recruitment incentives, drop-out rates, and other information associated with for-profit higher education schools? This infographic provides an interesting, but discouraging look at the...
Have you been looking for a speed dial extension with a bit more under the hood and better functionality? Then join us as we take a look at ChromePlus Dial for Chrome and Iron.
It’s time to bust open the tip box and share some of this weeks reader tips. Today we’re looking at an easy way to print selectively and squeeze out extra prints, how to backup and lighten your wallet, and the oft over looked scroll wheel zooming.
It’s late, the lights are already out, and you realize you didn’t plug in your phone to charge. Avoid in-the-dark fumbling by using felt to give your charging cord a tactile right-side-up marker.
Hackerish High Tech Wallpaper [deviantArt]
Windows 7 has a ton of great features, most of which are really obvious—but there’s also some great features hidden away that you might not know even exist. One of these is that Windows 7 can automatically change your default printer based on which network you’re connected to.