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When Should I Not Use WD-40? [Crowdhacker]

WD-40 was first used by the military in the '50s to clean up Atlas missile parts. Today, it's used by people everywhere to clean up virtually everything in need of a gleam. But don't go spraying the stuff just anywhere. WD-40 can cause more harm than good to certain household items. The DIY enthusiasts at Stack Exchange chime in. More »
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How to (Cleverly) Secure Your Home Against Intruders. [Crowdhacker]

Lifestyle / Productivity : Lifehacker (3 years ago)

You don't have to dig a moat around your home and install missiles on your rooftop to keep the bad guys away. In fact, the missiles might suggest you've got something very, very valuable inside. The DIY experts at Q&A site Stack Exc... Read Post

What Are the Benefits of "Enterprise-Level" Virtualization?

Lifestyle / Productivity : Lifehacker (last year)

Let's get technical with this week's Crowdhacker. If you're a sysadmin or just a network enthusiast, you might know something about virtualization. But what's the difference between consumer-grade and enterprise virtualization? When... Read Post

How to Remove Rust From Old Tools [Crowdhacker]

Lifestyle / Productivity : Lifehacker (3 years ago)

Tools get rusty. It's one of the things they do best. But they don't have to stay rusty. The DIY experts at Stack Exchange offer a few solutions to keep your tools gleaming clean. More » Read Post


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