Keep Track of Time Without a Clock with Music

Sometimes, we don't have the luxury of having a phone, watch or clock nearby to keep track of time. Fortunately, many of us already have other methods to accurate measure elapsed time in our arsenal without even knowing it. Since most people have a few songs that they know very well, they can use those songs to keep… » 4/29/13 9:43pm 4/29/13 9:43pm

I have also had much success with Microsoft Office as my "get down to work" ecosystem. I find that they usually integrate things and keep up or surpass many other options in the industry but just don't market them as well to the general public. Of course, there are other ways to do so for cheaper. I think it just comes… » 4/27/13 3:00pm 4/27/13 3:00pm

How does one look for a terrorist? Do you racially profile? Do you discriminate by age (which the TSA does somewhat, letting the very old and very young through security more easily). Do you just look at their face and decide if they're feeling nervous? Looking for things is one of the most reliable ways we have right… » 4/22/13 11:51am 4/22/13 11:51am

My method isn't as good as this one, but it works. If your phone is thin enough, you can take a tissue box, cut a slit in a side that doesn't have the original slot, and put something in the tissue box to weigh it down if necessary. » 4/20/13 10:52am 4/20/13 10:52am

I"d love to contribute to Hackerspace. As a college student, any relevant hack makes a huge difference in lifestyle quality. With less than 100 sq feet of space to work with, I'm always interested in ways to use space more efficiently and turning static spaces into multi-purpose, dynamic spaces. Also, MacGyver'd… » 4/18/13 1:04am 4/18/13 1:04am