How To: Building a DIY Saltwater Sump Tank

How To: Building a DIY Saltwater Sump Tank

In this guide, I’ll be showing the steps to building a DIY sump tank for your saltwater aquarium. So I recently purchased a 65 gallon fish tank to start my venture into the world of saltwater reefs. After much reading and advice from the local fish stores, I started to

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Apple iPad, So Close to Perfect, Yet So Far

Apple iPad, So Close to Perfect, Yet So Far

So everyone has been eagerly waiting for what would be the Apple’s introduction to the world of tablet computer. I was one of them even though I usually am not a fan of apple products. I wanted something to replace my heavy Macbook PRO for my daily activities and would

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4th Month of Starting a Saltwater Reef Tank

4th Month of Starting a Saltwater Reef Tank

Well, this is as far as I’ve gotten with my saltwater setup after about 4 months. I have learned a whole heck of a lot and I know I have a lot more to learn yet still. I have made a couple of changes and added a few fish as

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How To: Adding LED Lights to Power Wheels F150

How To: Adding LED Lights to Power Wheels F150

Alright, so you went ahead and bought one of the greatest toys for either adult or child – a Power Wheels by Fisher Price – and you want to be able to drive around at night without crashing into everything. The solution would be to add headlights and taillights to

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First Month of Starting a Saltwater Aquarium

First Month of Starting a Saltwater Aquarium

After approximately a month of having my saltwater tank setup and filled with saltwater, here is where it is. I have fixed up a few of the equipment issues I was having and I have completed my nitrogen cycle and begun the algae cycle/battle. I added a bunch of new

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One Reason Why I Don’t and Can’t Love Apple

One Reason Why I Don’t and Can’t Love Apple

Now mind you, I am not some ‘newb’ to the computer world. As a matter of fact, my first taste and love affair with computers started with an Apple II Mac. It was huge, had about 8 colors, and two 5.5″ floppy drives that I’d use to load up Oregon

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Review: Logitech MediaBoard Pro Bluetooth Keyboard

Review: Logitech MediaBoard Pro Bluetooth Keyboard

The Logitech Mediaboard Pro Bluetooth Keyboard for the Sony Playstaion 3 offers an incredibly seamless and good looking wireless keyboard option for the PS3. It boasts Bluetooth technology that the PS3 utilizes instead of standard IR signals of standard remotes.

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HPI Baja 5b SS with RD Logics Pipe

HPI Baja 5b SS with RD Logics Pipe

  HPI Baja 5B SS with Tuned Pipe at the Beach My HPI Baja 5B SS with a RD Logics tuned pipe out having fun on the beach. For a slight review, I noticed lots more low-end to mid range power with this pipe. It’s also not obnoxiously loud, seems

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Failed Fake ID Genius

Failed Fake ID Genius

Clearly the education system is failing when simple mischievous crimes like making a fake ID to get booze and cigarettes gets as botched as this Darwin award candidate. Take note kids, when getting a fake ID, make sure the picture you supply is only of you. NOT you and anyone

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Chelsea Clinton’s Visit For Primary Elections 2008 at Cal Poly

Chelsea Clinton’s Visit For Primary Elections 2008 at Cal Poly

In case you don’t know for whatever reason, the primary elections are taking place right now and it’s kind of a big deal since the majority of the American public can’t wait until Bush Jr. is out of the office. So to promote the candidates for each camp, they are

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