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Hairdoo HOWTO – Victoria Beckham Hair!

For ladies out there, here’s how to get your own Victoria Beckham hair:

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Linux Hack – SSH/SCP HOWTOs for More Secure/Faster Linux!

As a person who manages about 10 web servers on a daily basis (yes, that’s the overworked poor me), SSH/SCP has been invaluable in having me get things done faster while keeping things secure.

For those of you who don’t know, SSH is basically a secure shell for linux systems (my web servers run linux) so you can connect to it remotely and get things done.  Of course, you will need a dedicated server of some sort because most shared web hosting companies don’t allow for SSH connections.  (or V

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Top 10 DIY Arduino Projects and HOW-TO Tutorials!

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Arduino has been widely popular among hackers and DIY-addicts out there for modding/hacking things.

For those of you just entering the Arduino world, here’s a bunch of great Arduino tutorials/projects that can help you jump-start your next project.

1) Did you know that you can program/flash your Arduino wirelessly?  For those of you who are going to be making devices where the Arduino is hidden from easy access, read up on how you

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Tattoo DIY – How to Tattoo Yourself!

I don’t really recommend tatooing yourself crazy but here’s an awesome DIY on how to do-it-yourself if you are mildly familiar with tatooing techniques.

start the outline make sure that you are going deep enough in the skin yet not to deep,.not deep enough the ink wont stay, the proper depth you will see a little bit of blood, too deep you will see a lot of blood, work against the direction you write right to left if right handed left to right if left handed, wipe the art as you work with a dry paper towel or a wet paper towel {water} f

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Linux Hack – How to Batch Image Resize!

Well, one of the worst things you can encounter is to individually resize hundreds of images for a future blog post.

I am not sure if Windows or Macs have free software to do this but if you have access to a Linux computer like me, you can get stuff done much faster using Image Magick, a free open-source image auto-resizer also used on many web-platform programs.

I assuming that you have installed Ubuntu Gutsy:

sudo apt-get install imagemagick

After ImageMagick installation, you can use mo

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Car DIY – How to Tune your Import Car!

Well, I just launched another blog called RideYourPimp.com.  Basically, we will be featuring many fun things about how to hack your import car.

Here’s a couple of posts that will get you craving for more on how to tune your import car:

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Home DIY – How to Increase Your Chances Of Owning A Home Even If You Have Bad Credit!

Here’s a good guide on how to increase your chances of owning a home even if you don’t have perfect credit:

A mortgage broker will find and deal with loan institutions,  with no up front expenses to you. Once they get you a loan at a good rate and the deal is going to be finalized,  you will pay them a fee. These folks are experienced and deal with financial institutions all the time. Before accepting their services,  make sure there are no upfront fees,  then you will need a real estate agent to find a good house, at an affordable rate.

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Credit Card DIY – How to Lower Your APR!

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As a person who had over $40,000 in credit card debts, I can tell you how I lowered my APR and effectively paid off most of my debts in a course of a year.

First off, I did read Debt Cures by Kevin Trudeau, which help me understand the cr

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iPhone Hack – How to Make an iPhone/iPod Dock with Binder Clips!

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Here’s a cool DIY on how to make an iPhone dock with binder clips!

Here it is boiled down into just 61 words: Clamp a medium sized clip to the iPod end of your cable, connector side out. Remove the wire handles and tuck the cable along the fat edge. Take a bigger clip and clamp that onto the smaller one, so that the cable runs between the gap. Remove the handles. Add iPod. Try not to knock it over and break the connector.

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