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Rule #1 of DIY: Never settle for what you’re given. You can upgrade and improve just about anything with knowledge and elbow grease, especially if you know a little about electronics. Here are 10 things in your home that you can beef up with a little DIY know-how.
If you want to lose weight, diet and exercise are both important. However, that doesn’t mean they’re equally important. This video explains why changing your diet has a bigger effect on your weight loss than exercise.
Ever wanted your Raspberry Pi to talk to you? Adafruit has a guide for adding speech synthesis to a Pi so it can say all kinds of things.
If you’re lucky, you’ll never have to defend yourself through physical violence. But if that time ever comes, or if you’re ever enrolled in a Fight Club against your will, would you know what to do? You’ve seen punches thrown on TV plenty of times, but do you actually know how to throw one correctly? We asked three elite martial artists and a boxer to share their best takedown tips.
A miter saw table enables you to support longer stock when making your cuts. This one has handy leaves that lock in place or fold down for storage.
Video: No matter how clean you are, somehow your desk just gains clutter over time like moss growing on a rock. My desk at home is scattered with trinkets, cables and errant soy sauce packets from past lunches, which all just get in the way. Tossing the clutter and getting organised can help you focus on your work.
Humans are complicated. Sometimes we do things that make zero sense yet still seem perfectly reasonable to us on an emotional level. For example, many of us have a habit of automatically blaming things our partner, spouse or significant other. This video from School of Life explains why.
Video: Waiting until the last minute can actually do a number on your body. If you have a paper, presentation or something else due soon, the normal response is to procrastinate. It may feel gratifying, but all that stress and tension has serious effects on your health.
Video: There are some really nice cameras out there that are incredibly small, and that can be frustrating if you have big hands. This DIY camera grip makes shooting a tiny camera feel more like shooting a chunky DSLR, and acts as a stand so you can set your camera anywhere without any fear of damaging it.