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    Posted on January 24th, 2012

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    How to Write Secure Software for the Web

    How to Write Secure Software for the Web

    Web application security is critical. Security holes in the web applications you write can result in your site being defaced, which is merely very embarrassing. It could result in your user’s information being stolen, which is annoying andmight land you in legal hot water in your jurisdiction. Or it could result in your ho[...] Read More...

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    Posted on January 18th, 2012

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    How to Choose Headphones

    How to Choose Headphones

    Forget those cheaply made headphones or earbuds that came with your MP3 player. With the right pair of headphones, you can experience music on a whole other level. Whether you’re listening at home or on the go, consider investing in a high quality pair of headphones (or buds) for maximum enjoyment.

    Steps

    1. Decide between earbuds or headphones.

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    Posted on January 13th, 2012

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    How to Access Blackberry Email Settings

    How to Access Blackberry Email Settings

    BlackBerry cell phones are some of the most popular smart phones on the market. These phones are especially useful for individuals who are on the go and need to access the internet and e-mail from their phones. The ability to access e-mail settings in the phone is essential to many BlackBerry users. Accessing the e-mail settings, and[...] Read More...

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    Posted on January 11th, 2012

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    How to Find a Lost iPhone

    How to Find a Lost iPhone

    Losing an iPhone isn’t just about the expense involved, which is considerable enough. It’s also about the personal data, your iTunes account, and your photos, and all the hours you’ve already spent perfecting its contents to the way you want them. And it’s never pleasant to lose a gadget. Here are some ways to find your lost iPhone again.

    Steps

    1. W[...] Read More...

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    Posted on January 6th, 2012

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    How to Make an MP3 Amplifier out of a Can

    How to Make an MP3 Amplifier out of a Can

    The MP3 player is great for personal music enjoyment but what about when you’d like to share the music around or spare yourself having to wear earphones? While you could buy or tote around some speakers, the nifty hack here shows you how to instantly create an amplifier for the MP3 that uses only an empty drink can, gre[...] Read More...

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    Posted on December 28th, 2011

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    How to Use a Kindle 3

    How to Use a Kindle 3

    So the postman has arrived with your new Kindle 3, you open the box, and your stuck. Never fear How to Use a Kindle 3 is here!

    Steps

    1. Take the Kindle out of the box and follow the instructions displayed.

    2. Once you’re done charging your Kindle 3, slide the power button on the bottom to the right.

    • When you turn on the Kindle 3 you should get a message welcoming y[...] Read More...

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    Posted on December 25th, 2011

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    How to Use Your Phone As a Baby Monitor

    How to Use Your Phone As a Baby Monitor

    If you are shopping for a baby monitor, consider saving your money! Most cordless phone sets on the market today can do the job. Chances are you have what you need in your home right now!

    Most cordless phones today include a “base unit” and anywhere from 2 to 4 handsets, which can communicate with each other like a[...] Read More...

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    Posted on December 22nd, 2011

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    How to Test an LED

    How to Test an LED

    LEDs need complex wiring sometimes. This is how to test them.

    Steps

    1. Find the positive lead on the LED. This will be the long one.

    • You can remember this by positive having more (the positive lead has more length) and the negative having less (the negative lead has less length).
    2. Put the battery in between the leads through a resistor.

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    Posted on December 17th, 2011

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    How to Make a Digital Clock

    How to Make a Digital Clock

    Digital clocks can be used to tell time at a glance. They became quickly more popular than the older sweep hand clocks, now known as analog clocks. The time derived by analog clocks came from either a pendulum or a spring. Pendulums are unusable on moving platforms, such as a ship, and springs unwind more and more slowly as they release stored up tension. The use of sweep hands al[...] Read More...

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    Posted on December 14th, 2011

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    How to Download App Store Apps for Free (Installous Method)

    How to Download App Store Apps for Free (Installous Method)

    Buying app store apps that aren’t free is not possible in some countries. One reason is that these countries don’t have international payment methods or they are boycotted because of political problems. So they can’t buy apps really. This arti[...] Read More...

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