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Windows: If your keyboard doesn't have handy volume controls, or you just want something that requires no effort at all, free utility Volumouse lets you control your PC's volume with your mouse wheel. Volumouse is quite customizable, letting you specify conditions that must be met before your mouse wheel controls the volume (e.g., whenever the left mouse button is pressed down, or whenever you're mousing over the taskbar). That way, you still get the scrolling capabilities of your mouse wheel but get some serious customization as far as volume control goes. You can create up to 12 different rules spanning all sorts of different situations.
This dip coating is awesome. I wanted to label a couple of tarps so I would know what was underneath them. I couldn't seem to find anything that would hold up.
Making your own bicycle tire chains was not as hard as I thought it would be. I went to a local hardware store and picked up a few things I needed for this project. It turned out to be fairly inexpensive. Things I picked up were: 15″ of braided chain $7.20 15″ of 1/16 uncoated cable (picture frame wire) $3.15 3 packs of 1/16 cable ferrule (used to bind wire together) $.78 a pack A whopping grand total of $13.66 tax included. Tools needed: needle nose pliers, wire stripper, wire cutter, and zip ties.
Make this planter! I started making these eco planters for gifts a year ago and haven't stopped. They are simple, stylish and downright lovable. Each pot is unique and has an organic, handmade feel.
There’s little worse than an amazing set of in-ear monitors that constantly fall out, and without that seal they’re not doing their job right. With some silicone putty, however, you can get a fit that seals right and locks tight. If you’re buying a really high-end set of in-ear monitors, like Shures or Westones, then odds are you can afford the $200 custom silicone molds. The process is long and involved, including an appointment with an audiologist.