Intrigued by all the talk about Near Field Communications (NFC)? You can start experimenting with it today if you have an Android device that supports it.
Back before internet mapping websites were as readily available as they are today, if you needed a good local map you would have to acquire a printed map from a bookstore or your state motoring association. With a little leg work & the information now available to you via Google Maps, you can create an awesome customised map book of your very own.
If you are into electronics and designing your own circuits, check out this handy tip for harvesting nearly-free components from old printed circuit boards (PCBs).
Have you ever wondered why the keyboard you are using right now has the characters laid out in that particular order? The standard keyboard layout is called the Qwerty layout, and was designed around 1875. But what if you wanted to try a more efficient layout? The Dvorak keyboard layout was invented just for that reason.
Turning the childhood invisible ink trick on its head, this mod from Make allows you to print out invisible messages with your inkjet printer.
For the data nerds out there, the HTTP Archive is like The Internet Archive except instead of capturing just the pages of a website, it tracks the load sizes, times and attributes of websites on the internet.