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Furniture DIY – How to Make a Coffee Table with Antique Windows!

I tend to repeat my IKEA-horror story on how I bought over $1000 of coffee tables in the last couple years and they ALL BROKE!

But yes, it might be a great time for me to actually make one myself, at least I don’t have to blame IKEA for outsourcing their furniture to China.

My mother wanted a unique, traditional and modern coffee table. I found some old antique wooden windows at a flea market, and designed this coffee table around them.

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Vista DIY – How to Use Speech Recognition in Windows Vista!

If you have been running Vista and haven’t messed around with the speech recognition function, this might be a great time to do it and Vista4Beginners.com has a great guide on how to use the speech recognition feature in Windows Vista.

In this article I will talk once more about Windows Speech Recognition and how to benefit from all its advanced configuration options. I will show you how to create new speech profiles and how to manage them, how to add vocabularies or change the existing ones used by the tool. Other topics that will be covered

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Skateboard DIY – How to Make a Propeller Powered Skateboard!

Well, you thought this wasn’t possible but it is!  It’s a propeller powered skateboard that will propel you forward with the use of wind-power.  Now, I’d like to see this concept applied to snowboards, that might kick start a new sport called “cross-country snowboarding”.

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Sanyo XGA Projector with Ultra-short Projection Distance!

Sanyo is coming out with a new projector that will allow you to project an XGA screen about as short as 3 inches.

This might be a great time for us to buy a blank poster and one of these for monitor.

SEOUL, Korea (AVING) — <Visual News> Sanyo has presented its ultra-short throw XGA projector ‘PLC-XL50’ in Korea market, which is able to get a bright, vibrant 80-inch diagonal image from a projector placed only 3 inches from the screen.

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