When you’re running at least two extension cords to power something, a rough tug on the line can easily separate them. A carefully placed carabiner fixes that.
Shopping for timber to build furniture can be confusing and time consuming, but this modern style bookcase is built using a single sheet of plywood.
If you spend long hours attached to your keyboard and mouse — whether for gaming or work — try these stretching exercises. They will not only make your hands and wrists feel better, you might get faster and more efficient when gaming.
Evernote’s Web Clipper extension is a great way to save clips from the web to your Evernote account, and now it works a lot better with Gmail, LinkedIn, YouTube and Amazon. Better still, the Clipper can now grab attachments from Gmail.
Starting any woodworking project requires good wood. Knots, twists and other damage to timber will mess up your project before you even get started. Here’s what to look for when buying individual pieces of wood.
Wearing safety goggles in the workshop is a must, and these DIY lighted goggles from our friend Jude Pullen are a great way to stay safe while you work and get a little extra task lighting in there so you can see what you’re doing. Luckily, they’re super easy to make.
If you have ever dabbled in woodworking, you’re probably aware of the eyesore that screws can be. This method lets you attach wood together with screws, but keeps the screw head hidden from sight.
The next time someone tells you to stop blowing bubbles in your drink, tell them you’re working on your singing career. As it turns out, blowing into a straw can help exercise your vocal cords and prevent losing your voice.