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Leo Rivera
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These life hacks will make your daily to-dos (plus a few random ... to the floor with blue painters tape, so no residue will be left on the floor.. ... studs in the closet walls, and then I mounted the tension rod inside the bottle caps.




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They are easy to customize. In this case a fresh, modern blue paint, no hardware and they wanted floating like all the shelves. They also wanted a walnut countertop that they ordered from the same Etsy maker of all the shelves.


The top mounting board is attached with the wider side, the 3 1/2 inch side flush against the wall. This top mounting boards is a bit thicker than the base moulding, but we adjust for that difference when we attach the cabinets.


We used a level to make sure the cabinets sat vertically level (not leaning forward or back) since the base moulding and the upper support board were not the same thickness. We simply screwed through the base of the cabinet along the back into the supporting mounting board.


We debated on painting them the blue, staining them to match the countertop or going natural to blend with the floors. Any of the three options would have been great. Katie thought this was the least noticeable.


Interested in more organization ideas and hacks? Then check these out: extra shelves and additional storage hacks for a walk-in pantry. and how to best organize your spices, how to add conveyor belt-ish storage in the garage, and even a fun trick for storing your faux florals.


I have two copies of this board soldered up with the requisite USB hardware. For some reason, Cherry Black switches are out of stock everywhere, and I can't seem to get a Cherry MX Blue/Brown/Black/Red switch sampler pack. That's sort of a bummer, seeing as how a switch sampler pack is the entire purpose of this device. Mouser did have a bunch of blues, so clack clack clack.


The switches will be mounted to an acrylic or delrin plate unless I can find someone to cut some 16 gauge stainless for me. Switches will be soldered onto the board. it should look pretty nice when it's all put together. So far, the plastic plates are ordered, the PCB is heading for fab, and I'm here dicking around looking for some nice keycaps for this thing. If anyone has any suggestions, drop a note.


Bitcoin's value fell close to 23% from its already battered price to around $418 at its lowest point Monday night as the oldest and once-largest Bitcoin exchange went offline completely, showing a blank website and even deleting all messages from its Twitter feed. That dramatic drop in Bitcoin's price, in fact, doesn't even factor in the digital currency's exchange rate on Mt. Gox itself, where Bitcoins were selling for less than $200 as users feared that they wouldn't be able to retrieve coins they'd bought due to the company's potential bankruptcy. And while the company went silent, rumors have swirled that its downtime is a result of a massive hack that has stolen as many as 744,000 bitcoins, fully 6% of all bitcoins in existence.


Meanwhile, a supposedly leaked document from an internal Mt. Gox discussion posted online Monday by a Bitcoin-focused blogger Wired has identified as Ryan Selkis claims that Mt. Gox has been severely hacked, with a massive reserve of its bitcoins stolen. The document, whose authenticity I couldn't verify, blames the transaction malleability issue for allowing 744,000 bitcoins to be taken from both Mt. Gox's active accounts and its "cold storage." The presentation created by an unknown author goes on to suggest a relaunch and rebranding of Mt. Gox as simply "Gox," in an effort to salvage its reputation and the future of Bitcoin.


The most popular exchange of Bitcoin online currency, Mt. Gox, on Sunday admitted it had been hacked. It made the announcement after the price of Bitcoins dropped from $17 to nearly zero in a matter of minutes. The sell off happened after a Mt. Gox account with a large amount of Bitcoins was hacked, and the hacker sold all Bitcoins in that account.


Bitcoins, an unregulated peer-to-peer currency, has been in the news a lot lately, with two Senators suggesting it would lead to illegal online drug purchases. It also raised eyebrows when a hacker stole more than $500,000 in Bitcoins from an unsuspecting trader.


The Hong-Kong-based hacker who broke into the exchange likely used a database of Mt. Gox user names and associated information that has been making the rounds on the Internet today. The database includes user names, hashed passwords, and e-mail addresses.


Climb the rock wall after reading the runes and grab some Hacksilver from a corpse on the left before moving onwards. Another blue icy warrior will ambush you here - avoid their frost attacks and pummel them with your fists and arrows to end the fight quickly.


Recross the bridge and look up right for a ledge leading to a Hacksilver Chest. As you continue on to where the icy blue foe attacked - get ready for another big clash in this big area, as multiple types of Draugr and a Revenant will all attack at once.


Beware as you approach the last hut, as one of the blue-reavers will jump out to ambush you. Clobber him into the side of the building to stun and take him out quickly, then grab some Hacksilver inside.


Ignore the coffin blocked by the blue roots and keep moving up the mountain path to where the giant face in the rock seems to be spewing smoke. You can grab some Hacksilver to the right of the main path and spot another chest covered in those blue roots.


This recipe shows you how to use a $10 gadget as a handlebar mounted Zwift game controller. When mounted on the handlebar of your bike it will give you easy access to 5 keys that can be used to control Zwift without moving your hands away from your handlebar.


There are several Bluetooth Media Buttons on the market. These are intended to be used with a smartphone and allows you to play/pause, jump prev/next and adjust volume up/down. Some of them also includes a handlebar mount that allows you to just snap it into place on the handlebar on your bike. No assembly is required. And it is easy to use them as a Zwift game controller.


Before you mount the Media Button on your bike it is highly recommended that you create some kind of sweat protection. Remember that your transpiration is very corrosive, and may destroy the button unless you protect it.


Make sure that bluetooth is enabled, the ahk-script is running and that Zwift has focus. Get on your bike and place your hands on the handlebar. Now you can concentrate on the workout and control most of your Zwift gaming experience with your thumb.


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This piece of software was created before Zwift launched the companion app. I would recommend that you install the companion app on your mobile and mount your mobile on your handlebar instead. The Zwift companian app will give you much better control over the game, than what you can achieve with the bluetooth button.


how can i prevent windows from listening to this keystrokes ? because this bluetooth button device will act like a media control remote (pressing pause will pause music, pressing back and forward will skip music tracks and so on).autohotkey/eventghost should have exclusive keyinput from this device. so i need to make windows stop listing to it.please help


Hackers need to be physically close to a targeted network that has BLE enabled in order to mount an attack, but given this precondition the flaws create a mechanism for unauthenticated hackers to push malicious code onto vulnerable devices, according to Armis.


You can now hammer two nails into the wall using the pencil marks as a guide, leaving a small amount sticking out to hang the picture. It's generally best to hammer the nails in at a slight downward angle.


Usually red wires are the right audio channel and blue wires are the left audio channel. Check the image below to see which wires are audio signal wires and which are ground wires in the most common TRS wiring schemes (image courtesy of DIY Perks on YouTube).


I picked up the supplies at Radioshack to make the audio amplifier circuit. I ended up buying a mono audio cable before I realized you had used a TRS cable. I was trying to combine this project with another popular project, sending audio using a laser. I have the audio transformer and the laser set up to be my transmitter but instead of picking up the signal and throwing it to an amplified speaker, I wanted to make my own amplifier. Is this just wishful thinking on my part? Could the input signal be replaced with a photo resistor with the changing laser light or does this circuit require the TRS or TRRS in order to work? Could using a mono audio cable work too?


I am trying to repair a headset with microphone. There are two separate cables, glued together but physically separate.In the right cable (where the microphone is) I find: red, blue and copper wiresIn the left cable I find: green and copper wires


It looks likely that the green and red are left and right audio respectively like in your photo of a standard, 1-cable TTRS. Then it would be quite logical for the two copper wires to be masses, it would follow that the blue wire is the microphone. Could anyone confirm that ?


I have the pilot lighting blue male aux cord that has bluetooth, charging port, and power in and off . The wire got cut some how. How do you wire it up to make a single line male aux cord and it will still light up blue?


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