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Zedomax in modded plastic soldier format – “Fire in the hole!”

Check out these cool soldier abc alphabet letters!

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DIY HOWTO – MAC Backpack

Let’s go make a MACpack, or a backpack made with an old MAC. If you are really into MACs, you really need one of these…

Finally after nearly a year of working, i have finished my masterpiece; I have racked up more geek points by creating a backpack from an old macintosh SE computer c. 1988. I know everyone is saying either A.) why did you destroy a perfectly good macintosh? Or B.) Why didn’t you spend that time making floppy disk plate mail like you

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DIY – HOW TO trim your Coax TV Cable!

Here’s a cool little DIY on how to trim that nasty cable TV coaxial cable that seems to stick out in your living room.

Coax Cables are one of the main culprits causing a mess behind our televisions. The cable guy often doesn’t think about the fact that we don’t need the lengthy cables he leaves behind. In our case, we had monster cables behind our TV and were determined to shrink them rather than control them…

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Fryer Doubles as Fish Aquarium – Is it fish abuse or not?

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Check out this video of the fish tank doubling as a fryer. Maybe the fish will be smart enough to not go over the water into the hot oil… I don’t mind the video but the food cooked in that environment just doesn’t seem too tasty…

See, you have this aquarium with real live fish, and then, sitting right on top, is piping hot oil (163 Celsius) that is actually used to cook food. Since the water and the oil don’t mix, all the fish have to do to stay alive is not venture into the hot oil on top. What’s more,

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DIY Linux/Ubuntu – How to set up a custom firewall using iptables

DIY Linux - How to set up a custom firewall using iptables

Here’s a cool DIY I stumbled onto today that shows you how to setup a custom firewall using iptables. This might not be for those of you who already have a GUI server management system but it’s good to know just in case your GUI goes down…

After getting some problems with firestarter i decided to get knowledge about iptables and how to set my own firewall script and want to share this experience for users who want to set a custom firewall up quickly. The

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April FOOLS! Just kidding

Yes, we were just kidding… Check out the Top 100 April Fool’s hoaxes for the day. By the way, it’s my dad’s birthday…(really.)

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We are shutting down our blog for good

We are shutting down our blog for good, so thanks for everything…

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DIY – VMware HOWTOs

Do you need to learn to install VMware on your new Fedora or Ubuntu? Here’s a cool site that has a massive collection on VMware howtos.

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New Samsung Display visible in direct sunlight

Wow, check out the new samsung display that is visible in direct sunlight!

This means the 2.1-inch panel will look sharp regardless of whether you’re in a dark room or out in direct sunlight. Samsung calls the new technology Automatic Brightness Adjustment. The QVGA display will also use 20&ndash30 percent less power than other screens its size. It’s expected to hit production the second half of this year.

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HOWTO – Web 2.0 logo

Here’s another cool site with a Web 2.0 logo howto. Awesome!

Ever wonder how these guys draw their Web 2.0 Logos? Sometimes its nice to learn from others, build up the basic skills and start your own creativity from there. In this Photoshop tutorial, I’m going to reveal you some of the nice Web 2.0 logos, how you can draw their logo exactly the same (well, not really 100% though) with Photoshop.

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