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SoundCloud 101: Create a Station to Discover New Artists & Songs

In the SoundCloud app, when you find an awesome song, you can build off of it by creating one killer music station that will give you like-minded songs you might not have ever discovered otherwise. And finding cool new songs and artists isn't the only reason to create a SoundCloud station — it's a great opportunity to set the tone of your workday or your party without ever worrying about the music ending.

How To: Help NASA Write Code to Fix the International Space Station and You Could Win $10,000!

The International Space Station is a habitable man-made satellite currently in orbit around the Earth. Launched in 1998, the ISS is used mainly as a microgravity and space environment research laboratory where astronauts perform experiments in large variety of fields, including biology and physics. In order to be hospitable for crew members and scientists, the ISS needs energy. To do this, the station uses its solar panels to capture rays of sun and power the station up. In order to garner th...

How To: Make Your Minecart Stations Better Than Ever in Minecraft 1.3

What's nice about Minecraft 1.3 is that it makes minecart stations so simple. Before, you needed redstone and buttons and powered rails in order to make a good minecart station. Now you hardly need anything at all! That said, if you want to be snazzy, all of the minecart stations we covered in this earlier article are still completely functional. You may also want to check out this article on how to make empty minecarts come back to you, if you want some extra bells and whistles.

News: Navigating Subway Stations May Get Easier with This Google Maps Update

Okay, I have a confession to make. I'm not a real New Yorker. I'm from the land of southern hospitality and steaks bigger than your newborn: Texas. I don't know how to hail a taxi yet, and I still smile at strangers on the street. I'm slowly learning how to fit in, but one thing I still haven't mastered is the New York City subway system. Every day, I struggle to determine where to find my train and how to stand on it without falling over. Fortunately, Google Maps appears to be making some of...

How To: Know Exactly When You Can Spot the International Space Station at Home with NASA Text Alerts

The International Space Station is one of the brightest objects in the night sky when it can be seen. If you know when and where to look, you can even see it from your house. It looks more or less like a really fast-moving plane—so fast, actually, that it's only visible from a specific place for a few minutes at a time. But now you don't have to do a ton of mathematical equations or rely solely on luck to spot the ISS at night. NASA just launched a program called Spot the Station that sends y...

How To: Charge a Lumia 920 or Nexus 4 with No Cables or Wireless Charging Stations in Sight

Most of us have a designated spot where we like to charge our devices, but no one likes to look at a giant, tangled mess of cords. That's why inductive chargers are so awesome. They allow for wireless charging, and are a lot easier on the eyes. But what if you don't even want to leave the charging module sitting out? This relatively simple hack by YouTube user lobbamobba lets you hide the charging module inside a nightstand or other piece of furniture so that you can juice up your device with...

How To: Chat with NASA Astronauts Live from the International Space Station on February 22nd

Inhabiting the microgravity environment on the cusp of the world's atmosphere has to be filled with some of the most unique experiences in the world. Astronauts eat, sleep, and work just as we do, except that their lives are filled with the added dangers of extreme temperatures and possible life-threatening malfunctions, all while being 240 miles up in the sky. Well, now's your chance to ask a handful of astronauts anything you ever wanted to know about life on the International Space Station.

How To: Add minecart boosters, automated minecart station, and more fun in Minecraft

In Minecraft, one cool way of getting around those larger fortresses and bases is to set up a minecart. If you're looking for fun or efficient new ways of setting up your minecart station, adding booster carts to make it faster, and adding floor tile switches, check out this video series! There's a plethora of information in here that'll give you the inspiration to have more fun with your base building!

How To: Make an inexpensive 3D movie viewing station

Want a great, inexpensive, 3D movie experience in your bedroom (and have an aversion to the perennial red/blue anaglyphic glasses)? Sean Hellfritsch from Encyclopedia Pictura shows how to make the Vizard, a home 3-D viewing station. This podcast from Wired Magazine is a creative and whimsical hack with both modern and nostalgic technology perfect for watching a flip book style movie in 3D. The Vizard is a polarized stereoscopic display. It's not a red or cyan filter. LED has a natural polariz...

How To: Build a gadget station

Most people have tons of gadgets laying around the house these days, and they all need to be charged. Let the Wood Whisperer take you through the process of building a gadget station for all your favorite electronics. From laptops to cell phones, this gadget station will hold them all. Be sure to watch the entire 12-part tutorial from beginning to end for the whole experience.

How To: Add a radio station to Replay AV

Replay AV is the newest software to come out for downloading steaming audio from the web. Replay AV allows you to download audio from different sources all over the web. You can even record radio broadcasts and set your account to record the station. This video will show you how to add a radio station to Replay AV.

How To: Build a BBQ grilling station

In this Home & Garden video tutorial you will learn how to building a bbq grilling station. The tools needed are a measuring tape, square, hammer and chisel, safety glasses, a deadblow hammer and work gloves. Select the location and measure the dimensions of the grilling station. Draw a simple plan using "How-to sheet #290" as your guide. This project will require five basic block shapes; AB Corner block, AB York block, AB Dublin block, AB Wall cap and AB Post cap. Mark the location of the fi...

How To: Walkthrough MadWorld "Train Station" area

This is a video walkthrough of the ultra violent and gory game MadWorld, exclusively for the Nintendo Wii. Mahalo has produced this full walkthrough for MadWorld, complete with high-quality videos. The guide explains everything from the point system and basic combat techniques to complete boss strategies. Be sure to check it out for tips and strategies on leading Jack to blood-spattered victory.

How To: Make your own radio station

This instructional video offers a description and overview of how to set up your own FM broadcast station. Operating from 88 MHz to 108 MHz. It describes how a FM transmitter works and how to make one. It presents a simple di-pole radio antenna for FM broadcasting and how to make one. And finally it explains how with theses two components one can set up their own station from anywhere. The video was made by Seth Gadsden in collaboration with Stephen Dunifer and Free Radio Berkeley.

How To: Use the Crayola Illumination Station for art projects

Project it! Sketch it! Perfect it! The Crayola Illumination Station is three great drawing tools in one! Use the light desk mode to trace one of the 10 cool background scenes-or create your own. Switch to projector mode and insert an image disc. Choose from 120 characters to project and trace into your design. Add color and shading to your creation with the included Mini Super Tip markers to complete your work. You can even detach the projector and use it as a flashlight! Includes Illuminatio...

How To: Use the Droid Multimedia Station

WirelessZone shows you how to use the Droid multimedia station. The dock station comes with the cord and the plug. When you load your phone into the dock it goes into multimedia mode. On the multimedia home screen you have the time, the date, the temp, and the ability to play music, pictures, and a night light. When in the multimedia lock the phone operates like a desk clock. If you go to your pictures, you can cycle through them as you could with a digital picture frame. You also have an ala...

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