Melamine foam cleaning products. Also known as a magic sponge and magic eraser. Look out for the danger.
Melamine foam (magic eraser / magic sponge) is a great cleaning tool using no chemicals, but it has a hidden danger.
Learn one way how hackers could get into your web page and what to do to detect and stop that.
I wondered how many muscles there are in the human face. It seems like an easy question but in reality there is not a readily useful consensus on the internet. So I decided to use this as an illustration as to why it is...
Find out what big numbers feel like. Why is 2^128 so different to 128^2? In mathematics, as in many disciplines, concepts are very important. It's important to develop a feel for numbers.
Find out the physics behind a crazy equation that Farnsworth wrote on the blackboard at Mars University. There is a lot more to it that you might realise.
Make your own cabinet scraper. A cabinet scraper is a very useful tool for rapidly and smoothly removing wood. The grain of wood often runs through the body of the board, to the surface, swirls around, and goes back...
This is a collection of acrylic-painting tips gathered from many sources and my own ideas. Make your own art. Investigate the many mediums that you can now get for acrylic paint.
How to paint a door. There are some special tips how to do this. It's best to do it in the right order and always prepare the surface properly.
This is part 1 of a multi-page article that describes essential security-related network challenges. Where applicable, the Sonicwall firewall is referenced.
In ancient China, craftsmen used skimmed milk and rennet with a little lime to produce a very good water resistant glue. You can do something similar using just skimmed milk and vinegar.
Palo Alto's Next Generation Firewall is described in detail.
The Wi-Fi standards 802.11x use so many abbreviations that it makes it extremely frustrating to read any text on the subject. For some reason authors seem to like using too many TLAs all over the text without expanding...
The three pillars of security are: Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability. It's like a three-legged stool. If you remove one, then the whole is unbalanced.
This article tells you almost everything you need to know about sanding.