A interesting link on engadget submitted by anonymous. Thanks.
Hope to see more activity here. Neither of the geekdiy originals have any time on their hand. Submitted links and submitted content is the best way to share your findings.
Please do more.
Neil Sabarwal has submitted this link to a geekdiy-like site. A difference is that it looks more current.
Enjoy. Keep sending us links (or better yet, create content).
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Dig into your favorites for a diy project or a site with information for diyers. Submit that link to us and we will investigate or just write up some content.
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It's been a long time since I have seen this thing on a mpg stream. Apparently someone has too much time on his hand and converted it to Flash a movie.
This "how to" can make you realise that your mummy was wrong after all, and she has showing us a wrong way of
I have always wanted to find a cost effective way to polish my pennies, but without the need to buy expensive chemicals and other marketed polishing products.
While searching online I found out that this could be done by using off the kitchen shelf products such as Taco Sauce, Tabasco™, or vinegar and salt you can successfully have a well polished penny (Woohoo!!).
To share my findings for those who are interested here's the
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