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Home » Best of , Frugality , Lifehack & GTD This may not be news for a lot of people, but I just discovered that you can send text messages via email to most major cellular providers. This tip is stellar in that it is part stupid frugal trick (save money on texting from your cell phone by emailing for free), part productivity (you can probably type faster from a normal QWERTY keyboard than a phone), and part tech geek. You get the three-fer on this one!
The Internet has run out of Internet addresses... sort of. Perhaps you've heard the news: the last blocks of IPv4 Internet addresses have been allocated . The fundamental underlying technology that has powered Internet Protocol addresses (ever seen a number like 220.127.116.11 on the web? That's an IP address) since the Internet's inception will soon be exhausted .
Simple Japanese Phrases This is a collection of easy Japanese phrases. Speaking Japanese shouldn't be too complicated even for beginners.
Japanese calligraphy of words and sayings make beautiful works of art. Whether art suitable for framing for your home or office - or more personally artwork on your body - we have thousands of designs personally created by Master Takase and each meticulously translated and documented. We give you all the information so you can easily verify the translations for yourself so you can be as happy with the translation as you are with the beautiful art. This is a list of common Japanese words and phrases - many of which are used in this website. Most of these Japanese words are available as hand-brushed Japanese Calligraphy Designs suitable for tattoos, craft, and commercial use. Each design was hand-lettered by Master Japanese Calligrapher Eri Takase and professionally scanned and documented.
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It’s like one of those online “LED resistance calculator” thingies, except that you can fold it up and put it in your wallet. Begin by downloading the pattern here (512 kB PDF File). Print it in high quality mode on a laser printer, preferably on medium-weight “presentation” paper. For it to end up at the original size (that of a business card, 3.5 x 2″), you may need to disable automatic scaling on your printer. Next, cut out the pattern with scissors or a hobby knife, following the outline of both pieces. A straight edge may come in handy.