Monthly Archives: March 2010

DIY Pole-Mount for Your HDTV [DIY]

Looking for an interesting way to mount your sleek HDTV? Decorating blog IKEA hacker features an ingenious mounting guide involving a simple, inexpensive pole from IKEA. More » Full Article

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How to File the Sharp Edge Off a MacBook Pro [Annoyances]

Technology lover John Pozadzides isn’t just a whiz at hacking your weak passwords. When his MacBook Pro’s sharp edge dug into his wrists one too many times, he made quick work of that annoyance. Here’s how: More » Full Article

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Natural Egg Coloring Gives You Additive-Free Easter Eggs [Food Hacks]

If you’ve taken steps to reduce the number of food additives and commercial dyes you consume, you’ll be especially interested in these DIY natural dyes for Easter eggs sans FD&C Red Dye 40. More » Full Article

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Chrome Reader Subscribes to RSS Feeds in Google Reader With a Single Click [Downloads]

Chrome only: Google Chrome extension Chrome Reader subscribes to RSS feeds in your Google Reader account with a single click, and even changes the icon for sites you’ve already subscribed to. More » Full Article

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Middleman Syncs Virtually Any Device with iTunes on a Mac [Downloads]

Mac only: With platforms like Google Android becoming more popular, lots of Mac owners have opted for non-Apple mobile devices, leaving them without a good way to sync their music. Middleman is a free app that syncs any USB mass-storage … Continue reading

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Learn to Use Depth of Field to Focus Attention, Take Better Photos [Photography Tip]

Getting pictures in focus is important, but if you know what you’re doing, a bit of unfocusing can be even better. Take more interesting photos by choosing a depth of field, drawing your viewer to what’s really important in the … Continue reading

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