Sat: Apr 23, 2016

» Spy Car Protects Against Unscrupulous Cops. Seems like an expensive pain in the ass, it's unfortunate that it's probably necessary.     #


Tue: Apr 19, 2016

» Tinder Profile Patterns. That is amazing and kind of horrifying how cliche those pics are. There's also apparently one for the guys photos.     #


Sat: Apr 16, 2016

» Dick Cooley Sculptural Metal Designs. Haha, those are great!     #


» The Rules Can Set You Free. I love RadioLab...     #


» Mountain Dog Leashes, they use recycled climbing ropes.     #


» Butter Sprayer. I had no idea I needed this until I saw the website...     #


» Featured Ride: HyMasa/Captain Ahab, Utah. This was exhausting and so very worth it, absolutely stellar views and a great trail.     #


» Rad Rider Rigs: Henry Tan Van. I saw a crazy number of these Mercedes vans last month when I was in Moab, they are definitely the hot new trend.     #


» Phone-Activated Talking Dog Collar. Ahahaha, make your own Doug from Up!     #


» How to remove rust with chemistry. Good to know for the future.     #


Fri: Apr 15, 2016

» Inside the mind of a master procrastinator. Wow, that guy knows me!     #


Sun: Mar 20, 2016

» PostgreSQL - Automated Backup on Linux.     #


» T-Shirt Brand Size Comparison. Wonderfully comprehensive.     #


» VPN Speed Testing Tool-Find The Fastest VPN. Handy, especially in combination with the VPN spreadsheet I linked to a couple days ago.     #


Sat: Mar 19, 2016

» Making Charcoal. Interesting, chalk that up to "skills needed after the apocalypse".     #


» Collin's Lab - Surface Mount Soldering. That's very cool, I never would have thought about bridging all the pins then just removing the excess solder.     #


» The pocket grill. Heh, awesome.     #


Fri: Mar 18, 2016

» The SIPE Project, lets you use Pidgin to connect to Microsoft commercial messenger systems (Lync, Skype for Business, etc.) Very handy if you are on Linux!     #


» USB Outlet Lamp. Clever.     #


» Lenovo Thinkpad 2016 System Comparison Spreadsheet     #


» What's The Best Way To Keep Mosquitoes From Biting? Summer is coming, use this guide.     #


» An Introduction to Content Security Policy and you can use Report URI to check the CSP validity.     #


» RocketJump Film School. I bet there's something I could learn from this.     #


» Anicorn Series K452 Watches. Beautiful but not inexpensive.     #


» Hacking a FREE Flashlight into an LED Backlit Sign. That's pretty genius, I never thought of tearing one of the free Harbor Freight flashlights apart to harvest the LEDs.     #


» Climbpal Bouldering Guide. Their idea is to use an app to help with identifying bouldering areas and routes.     #


» How to setup Raspberry Pi as Backup Server for Linux and Windows Desktops and Backup Windows Over the Internet With Rsync, SSH, and Raspberry Pi. I've setup my keys and my Pi to backup my websites and databases every night, I may look into this as well.     #


» Uber: Brought to You by Popular Demand: Family Profiles. Yay, that will let me make sure other people can get places safely, this is a huge win.     #


» Shazam for Plants Will Identify Any Plant From a Picture. Very much needed. Android link: PlantNet Plant Identification.     #


» The Paramount Vault. Full videos on YouTube, released by Paramount themselves.     #


» How to install Tomato on Asus RT-N66U. And: Advance Shibby Tomato configurations. I'm reluctant to upgrade since I've read that involves wiping your configuration out completely and starting over. I think I'll just let sleeping dogs lie...     #


» An ffmpeg and SDL Tutorial. Specifically about using ffmpeg as the library to your own programmed media player, this is not a generic ffmpeg tutorial.     #


» Rejects. Hahahahaha.     #


» Lets Encrypt Client Implementations. The bummer is none of them seem to support anything besides port 443 (found that out trying to get my Raspberry Pi running with it.)     #


» Lamzac portable couch. I want one of these for camping and hiking (get half-way through the hike, take a nap!)     #


» PIK3A: The Raspberry Pi 3 IKEA Retro Gaming Table. I keep thinking about making one but in a "mini arcade" size which will let me put a handle on it to carry around. Kind of a bar-top sized game.     #


» SSHTron, Multiplayer Tron in your terminal. That's awesome!     #


» ITS Multi-Purpose Container. It's impressive that you can dig a hole with this thing.     #


» Bacon Explosion Recipe. Bacon-wrapped sausage? Yes thank you!     #


» That One Privacy Guy's VPN Comparison Chart. This is great, glad to see someone put that kind of effort into something so valuable.     #


Mon: Mar 14, 2016

» How to Make HUGE Gummy Coca Cola Bottle Shape Jelly Dessert. Bombastic title aside this looks pretty cool, it's basically a gummy Coke bottle.     #


» ITS Discreet Messenger Bag Walkthrough. The messenger bag isn't cheap at $300 but it looks awesome and has some interesting tweaks to it.     #


» AMP Project: Will it Make Your Sites Faster? I don't know about faster but it seems pretty hostile to the casual website creator. I guess if you aren't a Google property or big like Twitter you can piss off in the modern web.     #


Fri: Mar 11, 2016

» Homemade Jeweler's Saw - Metal Cutting Coping Saw. That came out amazing.     #


Tue: Mar 08, 2016

» The Story of the Umlaut. Huh, that's pretty interesting.     #


» USA National Gas Price Heat Map. I'm seeing prices slightly better than they show for Denver, but this is a great resource for watching trends...     #


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