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Although Amazon would be pleased if you only used the Amazon Kindle Store to put documents on your Kindle, there are many other ways to put content on the popular device. Read on as we show you how.

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The move to the new Metro UI as the default for Windows 8 has stirred up a good bit of controversy since its introduction this past Fall. Now Microsoft is taking another step in this new direction with the removal of the Star...

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In this fantastic video from the International Space Station, tiny drops of water are set into a beautiful electro-static orbit around, of all things, a knitting needle.

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Photography often involves improvising and adapting to your setting–including securing your flashes and accessories to whatever odd but available surface is at hand. This DIY SuperClamp offers a cheap but strong grip for securing your gear.

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If you’d like to add in some technology from a galaxy far far away to your Skyrim experience, this well-executed mod adds in light sabers. Check out the video to see them in action.

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Once a week we round up some of the reader questions we’ve answered and share the answers with everyone. This week we’re looking at “dead” Wi-Fi channels, how to transfer PS3 content to a new PS3, and how to map your 25GB SkyDrive to your PC.

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If you need to download all your Google Docs at once to, say, back them up or work with them offline, Google Takeout makes it dead simple to grab them all at once.

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Office peripherals aren’t the most aesthetically pleasing objects, so we hardly blame you if you want to stash them away. This clever hack hides a printer in a dresser drawer with a DIY fold-down front.

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If you’d like to take Windows 8 for a preview spin on an actual tablet, this hack converts an old (but suitably spec’d) laptop into a touch screen tablet for Windows 8 Preview.

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Storing your passwords in the cloud is convenient, but security can be a concern. LastPass provides two free multi-factor authentication methods to lock your password vault up tight: a mobile app or a piece of paper.

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Google Chrome’s internal chrome:// pages contain experimental features, diagnostic tools and detailed statistics. They’re hidden in Chrome’s user interface, so you have to know they exist to find them. These hidden pages are Chrome’s version of Firefox’s about: pages.

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Ubuntu displays an informative message, known as the message of the day, when a user logs in at the terminal. The MOTD is fully customizable — you can add your own text and other dynamic data.

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Our first edition of WIG for February is filled with news link goodness covering topics such as Google’s $660,000 French fine for offering Google Maps for free, the EFF’s plans to help users retrieve their MegaUpload data, Firefox 11 Beta gets add-on sync, and more.

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