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WikiHow

  • How to Communicate With Deaf People

    How to Communicate With Deaf PeopleYou have several great options for communicating with a deaf person. The most popular methods will be lip-reading and sign language, but you might also communicate using a pen and paper, interpreter, or CART device. Whatever method you choose, there… 8 hours ago, 20 Sep 17, 4:00pm

  • How to Clean an Oily Nose

    How to Clean an Oily NoseAn oily nose can be an annoyance and also may lead to issues like acne. Luckily, there are many ways you can treat an oily nose at home. Commercial products can help reduce oil on or near your nose. Natural methods, like steam treatments, can also re… 16 hours ago, 20 Sep 17, 8:00am

  • How to Choose a Cage for a Cockatoo

    How to Choose a Cage for a CockatooCockatoos are intelligent, inquisitive birds that need lots of living space. Choose a cockatoo cage that is at least three times as wide as your bird’s wingspan and at least 4 feet or 120 centimeters tall. A rectangular cage made of stainless steel… 24 hours ago, 20 Sep 17, 12:00am

  • How to Change the Name of a Wireless Network

    How to Change the Name of a Wireless NetworkThis wikiHow teaches you how to change a wireless network's name. To do this, you'll need to access the router's Settings page in your browser. 1 day ago, 19 Sep 17, 4:00pm

  • How to Use Google News

    How to Use Google NewsDo you like to stay up to date with the latest news? Google News is a great platform to keep you updated on what's happening around the world. 2 days ago, 19 Sep 17, 8:00am

  • How to Care for a Pug

    How to Care for a PugPugs are a friendly and goofy dog breed that love attention almost as much as people love their folded-up faces. Those folds need special care, though, to keep your pug happy and healthy. Create a consistent routine of meals, play time, and quiet tim… 2 days ago, 19 Sep 17, 12:00am

Hack-a-Day

  • Salvaging Your Way to a Working Tesla Model S for $6500

    Salvaging Your Way to a Working Tesla Model S for $6500If you possess modest technical abilities and the patience of a few dozen monks, with some skillful haggling you can land yourself some terrific bargains by salvaging and repairing. This is already a well-known ideology when it comes to sourcing thin… 4 hours ago, 20 Sep 17, 8:00pm

  • Friday Hack Chat: All About Drones

    Friday Hack Chat: All About DronesIn the future, drones will fill the skies. The world is abuzz (ha!) with news of innovative uses of unmanned aerial vehicles. Soon, our flying robotic overlords will be used for rescue operations, surveillance, counter-insurgency missions, terrorism… 5 hours ago, 20 Sep 17, 7:00pm

  • Hackaday Prize Entry: MOLBED Braille Display

    Hackaday Prize Entry: MOLBED Braille DisplayElectromechanical braille displays, where little pins pop up or drop down to represent various characters, can cost upwards of a thousand dollars. That’s where the Modular Low-cost Braille Electro Display, aka MOLBED, steps up. The project’s cre… 6 hours ago, 20 Sep 17, 6:00pm

  • Spy Tech: Nonlinear Junction Detectors

    Spy Tech: Nonlinear Junction DetectorsIf you ever watch a spy movie, you’ve doubtlessly seen some nameless tech character sweep a room for bugs using some kind of detector and either declare it clean or find the hidden microphone in the lamp. Of course, as a hacker, you have to start t… 7 hours ago, 20 Sep 17, 5:01pm

  • Huge Names Confirm Their Supercon Appearances

    Huge Names Confirm Their Supercon AppearancesWe’re excited to announce the next batch of speakers for the 2017 Hackaday Superconference.We are especially pleased to welcome Michael Ossmann as a speaker. He presented an RF design workshop at the 2014 Superconference which was sold out, stan… 8 hours ago, 20 Sep 17, 4:01pm

  • Seriously, Is It That Easy To Skim Cards?

    Seriously, Is It That Easy To Skim Cards?We’ve all heard of card skimmers, nefarious devices that steal the identity of credit and debit cards, attached to ATMs and other machines in which unsuspecting consumers use them. Often they have relied on physical extraction of data from the card… 9 hours ago, 20 Sep 17, 3:01pm

Step By Step

  •  How to Spot Fake Herschel Backpacks

     How to Spot Fake Herschel BackpacksWhen it comes to backpacks, nothing screams quality like the Herschel brand. Even so, the brand has gained much popularity over the past years, which by reason of its success, unfortunately, has led to numerous production of counterfeit versions by s… 20 Jun 16, 4:27pm

  • How to Spot Fake Longchamp Hand Bags

    How to Spot Fake Longchamp Hand BagsIf the Longchamp brand is a beloved designer brand of yours,  then picking up cheap knockoff  is the last thing you want to encounter. Over the past years, counterfeit versions of the Longchamp designer bags have been spotted, produced in large qua… 20 Jun 16, 4:27pm

  • Thoughts of a Guy on the First Date

    Thoughts of a Guy on the First DateKnowing how to act and comport yourself will help you achieve your dream date at the end of the day.  There are so many factors guys consider when on a date with a lady and there's a good chance, none of them include what you are thinking. A lot of… 20 Jun 16, 4:22pm

  • How to Boost your Self-Esteem

    How to Boost your Self-EsteemSelf-esteem is the value you put on yourself i.e how you determine your self-worth in every sphere of life. It has everything to do with how you see yourself which goes a long way to determining how people see you. This perception affects many things… 20 Jun 16, 4:16pm

  • +How to Spot Fake Puma Shoes

    +How to Spot Fake Puma ShoesPuma shoes are fine foot wears that look good on people that know their value. However, before finally settling for any Puma style of your choice, you’ll want to take precautionary measures in order to avoid taking home with you a fake pair. Whethe… 20 Jun 16, 12:00am

  • +Ten Things that can Destroy Your Marriage

    +Ten Things that can Destroy Your MarriageMarriage is two-way street that requires effort from both ends in order to make it work and most of all, last. Marriage is supposed to be a life-long and beautiful experience. The last thing married couples want from the on start of their marriage, i… 20 Jun 16, 12:00am