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computer repair g rated Hall of Fame macro neat not a kludge there I fixed it wtf - 5869112064
By Unknown
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I have absolutely no idea what process engineering is. But from now on whenever hear that word I'm going to think of this. And so should you.

~NSHA

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Meet the Little Printer. This adorable little guy from design firm BERG is a smartphone-controlled micro printer that can print anything from designs to receipts to to-do lists. It's scheduled for a 2012 release; no word yet on its price or what to do about ink or paper replacements.

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apple DIY Hall of Fame ipad neat there I fixed it win - 5550791424
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Wei Xinlong, a senior at Northeast Normal University in Changchun, built this for his girlfriend Sun Shasha. Methinks that if this is real and works well, the world is soon to see a whole new wave of tablet PCs.

awesome book lamp neat not a kludge user made - 5867922176
By BPerry2
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From BPerry2:

I was able to build this lamp for under $20 (US) The books cost $6, The Switch and fixture cost $7.50, and a few misc. items that was another $4.

Another successful book lamp from a dedicated user! That particular light bulb looks brilliant, a great addition to the build. If you missed the first one, here's what user Richard C made last week. Well done guys, let's keep them coming!

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By Unknown
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3 U Penn students developed the µWave (microwave, get it?), an Arduino based kitchen hack that plays Youtube videos while you wait for noms. Once you set the cooking time the program goes to Youtube and finds a highly-rated video for the exact length. Read more about it at the project's website.

dual use Hall of Fame neat recycling shoes tires - 5495987456
By Unknown
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Is another man's freaking awesome footwear. Good work, kid. If I were near you I would buy everything in stock.

~NSHA

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g rated Hall of Fame neat not a kludge oh hungary recycling there I fixed it - 5802359808
Via MSNBC
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The Hungarian Forint is used in very large quantities ($1 USD = 218 Ft) so the government recycles a few tons of it every year. After shredding it and bundling it into bricks, the currency is shipped to charitable organizations to help with their heating cost.

cardboard computer cases fire hazard neat - 4688352768
By Snake73
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Oh, it has a quality control sticker on it. Must be legit. ~Not-So-Handy Andy