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from The Family Handyman

How to Make Wi-Fi Faster in Your Home

How to Make Wi-Fi Faster in Your Home: The first step in learning how to make your WI-Fi faster is to download the owner's manual. Learn how:

from Inhabitat

Nervous System's DIY App Lets Users Design Their Own Cellular Wooden Tables

Nervous System is a generative design studio that combines elements of science, design, art and technology to create one-of-a kind interiors. This DIY, bio-inspired app is one of their newest hybrid babies. Cut out from plywood using a CNC router in their own studio, the resulting wood table base looks just like a network of cells. Larger holes are filled in with glass panels while smaller holes are left empty, creating an organic feeling.

from Lifehacker

The Most Important Security Settings to Change on Your Router

Your router is the first line of defense against hackers trying to access all the internet-connected devices in your home. Sadly, many of the top Wi-Fi routers are easy to hack. You should be concerned—and also make sure your router is set up properly.


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The Raspberry Pi can be used as a router–great if you need a pocket-sized device to share an Internet connection.  It can also be used in conjunction with a cantenna. Requirements For This Walkthrough Materials Local network Mac or PC Raspberry Pi  running Raspbian “wheezy” Wireless USB Adapter HDMI Cable (*optional) Keyboard (*optional) Mouse (*optional) Monitor with HDMI input (*optional) *If the Raspberry Pi is set up as a headless machine, you will not need a monitor, keyboard, or ...


How Cisco routers boot Cisco IOS software? In short, Cisco routers can boot Cisco IOS software from: 1. Flash memory 2. TFTP server 3. ROM (not full Cisco IOS) ...

from Quick and Dirty Tips

How to Create a Wired Network at Home

This week's episode was inspired by Tech Talker listeners Mike and Bill. In a previous podcast, I talked about switches, routers, hubs, and bridges. In that episode I mentioned why having a wired home network would be extremely useful. Say you wanted to stream movies, home videos, share fil