Hello friends and lurkers! Welcome to the weekly Friday Open Thread of Hackerspace, that place that shows you how to do useful things and lets you brag about them too.
Time is money. That’s a no-brainer.
Integral cogs of the Earth system, I summon you to join the latest iteration of the Open Thread. Let’s hang out with a bunch of multicellular organisms and have some fun!
This edit normally goes at the end but I thought it might be a better idea to put it here, save people some reading.
The problem was quickly and slickly solved when my friend brought over her MIL’s mp3 player, a little Hipstreet product, something with a model name “hs-2410-8gb”.
Improving their future career prospects is only one reason to get kids interested in STEM. There are many others. First, kids with a strong grasp of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics grow up to be critical thinkers. They make their decisions based upon evidence and proven science, not suppositions or…
You know when you have to look up from your Tinder app and go out and meet real people? Sometimes the situation arises where you simply must go over and speak to someone that takes your fancy. These HILARIOUS ;) pick-up lines will hopefully have your object of affection laughing their way into your contacts list.…
Howdy, Hackateers! Welcome to another edition of the weekly open thread on Hackerspace. Today is Good Friday. And I’m having a good time.
OK, I’ll admit something. There’s a lot of bad infographics out there. And for that reason, infographics have gotten a bit of a bad rep in some circles.
is good for those of us who get sick of our logon backgrounds in a hurry, and want some other pointless yet meaningful pictures in their place.
Good day to you all, kind people of the internet! Welcome to another open thread, hosted by Hackerspace for you all, the Lifehacker masses. Spring break is upon us, and that means your professors will assign a ton of homework. Yeah!
Are you looking to shop for a gadget-obsessed relatives or friends? Tech gifts are currently the most popular, sought-after gifts worldwide, yet electronic, and tech gifts come along with very big price labels.
Welcome to the final Open Thread for the month of March! We are brought to you by Hackerspace in conjunction with Lifehacker and Mr. Andy Orin in order to make a more perfect union. To clear up a point of confusion, we aren’t the fine folks at Lifehacker, but they are kind enough to share our words with you.
Are finances keeping you home, because tickets to movies, plays, concerts, and sporting events are too expensive? It’s true that entertainment events are becoming more and expensive. And this is especially true when you want to attend a super, in demand event.
Last week I shared an infographic about how to come up with ideas for your infographics (meta, right?). This week I’m sharing an infographic about the next step in the infographic creation process: how to collect data for your infographic.
I often update my hosts file, one of those text files that has no extension, and I’m always prompted to choose a program to open it. I always choose the same, but the prompt always comes back. Other file types are remembered, not this one.
I found a fix at Superuser.
Open a cmd window as an admin, and type