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3 Ott/10

DIY Desktop Combines Two Tables Into One Spacious Desk [Featured Workspace]

DIY Desktop Combines Two Tables Into One Spacious Desk [Featured Workspace]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); When you’re looking for an expansive desk on-the-cheap and nothing fits the bill, join two desks together with some simple bracing and strategic leg placement for a spacious mega-desk. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: DIY Desktop Combines Two Tables Into One Spacious Desk [Featured...

21 Set/10

From the Tips Box: Android Shortcuts, Cable Catchers, and International Google Instant [From The Tips Box]

From the Tips Box: Android Shortcuts, Cable Catchers, and International Google Instant [From The Tips Box]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Readers offer their best tips for finding Android’s keyboard shortcuts, making quick cable catchers for your desk, and getting Google Instant working internationally. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: From the Tips Box: Android Shortcuts, Cable Catchers, and International Google...

5 Set/10

Computing in the Kitchen: A Mac with a View [Featured Workspace]

Computing in the Kitchen: A Mac with a View [Featured Workspace]

Not everyone has the space available for a dedicated home office. Today’s featured workspace is tucked in a kitchen, but don’t let that fool you. It’s streamlined, neat, and sporting a great view. More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: Computing in the Kitchen: A Mac with a View [Featured Workspace] Technorati Tags: computing, desk, desktop, featured workspace, kitchen, none-solid, the-space, workspace,...




29 Ago/10

Shades of Gray, Steel, and Cigars: A Garage to Office Conversion [Featured Workspace]

Shades of Gray, Steel, and Cigars: A Garage to Office Conversion [Featured Workspace]

Today’s featured workspace is a from-the-ground-up conversion of a garage into an awesome home office complete with a custom polished steel desk, well-done lighting, and a cigar smoking station. More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: Shades of Gray, Steel, and Cigars: A Garage to Office Conversion [Featured Workspace] Technorati Tags: custom-polished, desk, garage, none-solid, office-conversion, shades, workspace,...

16 Nov/09

The Treehaus Workspace [Featured Workspace]

The Treehaus Workspace [Featured Workspace]

You won’t find a law that says a workspace has to be in a gray fabric-covered box or a white-walled room. Today’s workspace proves that with the beautiful, airy openness of childhood tree house. One industrious Lifehacker reader decided his backyard, and his workflow, could use a tree-house-like escape. Built on a small addition and incorporating a beautiful tree, it’s a sweet little getaway with everything—ample sunshine, a comfy and compact workstation tucked...

18 Ago/09

Build a Sturdy DIY Cardboard Laptop Stand [DIY]

Build a Sturdy DIY Cardboard Laptop Stand [DIY]

We’ve put cardboard to good use as a laptop stand once before, but if that corrugated stand just didn’t seem quite sturdy enough to trust with your laptop, this alternate version offers a more robust alternative. Instructables user =SMART= demonstrates how to build your own meaty laptop stand with nothing more than a couple of cardboard boxes, an X-acto knife, and a ruler. The result is a clean, well supported laptop stand that looks a lot like one of those upright folder/file...

11 Ago/09

The Teeny-Tiny Home Office [Featured Workspace]

The Teeny-Tiny Home Office [Featured Workspace]

Lifehacker reader Gordyhand recently moved his home office from the biggest room in his house to the smallest, then made the most of the downgrade with some careful planning. Just because his office is now in a room the size of a modest walk-in closet doesn’t mean Gordyhand made huge sacrifices. The space is smaller but he’s using it more effectively, and even has a computer tucked away in a cabinet for testing and development. If the computer stashed in a side-cabinet isn’t...

3 Ago/09

The Well-Planned Dorm Room [Featured Workspace]

The Well-Planned Dorm Room [Featured Workspace]

Just because you’re in college doesn’t mean that your room has to be a cluttered mess of schoolwork, piled with unwashed clothes, and overseen by John Belushi posters. Check out today’s featured workspace to see a well planned room. Not only is Lifehacker reader Aaron Francis’ room organized and pleasingly laid out, it could easily double as a testing zone for tips and tricks we’ve shared here at Lifehacker. He used a screen printing technique we shared to...

13 Lug/09

The Monolithic Office [Featured Workspace]

The Monolithic Office [Featured Workspace]

Remodeling a room is a great way to get a fresh start for your new office. It’s even better when your room is the a nice big basement waiting for some finishing touches. Lifehacker reader Adam Selwood is getting ready for the arrival of a new baby—congratulations Adam!—and trying to use the space in his home more efficiently. The basement, previously just used for storage, was slated to be turned into a home office. Those of us who have had basement offices or offices...

29 Giu/09

The iTab Office [Featured Workspace]

The iTab Office [Featured Workspace]

Today’s featured workspace comes from the Mac modder behind the iTab, an awesome fusion of a Wacom tablet and a MacBook. His workspace displays a similar obsession with adaptive implementation of OS X. As you might have expected, Wei’s workspace is quite Mac-centric. His primary workstation is a Mac Pro linked to the iTab, which serves as a secondary machine and an extremely awesome drawing tablet. Following the “Who needs a second monitor when the first one is so big”...

17 Feb/09

Packing Work and Play Into Small Spaces [Featured Workspace]

Packing Work and Play Into Small Spaces [Featured Workspace]

Lifehacker reader StE823 has managed to squeeze a large amount of practical workspace out of his bedroom, while still keeping it very minimalist and livable. The two separate desks are divided into work and play areas, the larger and apparently custom-built desk serves as a play space for videos and gaming. The smaller and appropriately white desk is a dedicated schoolwork station sporting a MacBook. Aside from the aesthetic considerations in planning out a room with nice modern styling,...

24 Gen/09

Create a Landscape iPhone Stand from Pencils and Rubber Bands [IPhone]

Create a Landscape iPhone Stand from Pencils and Rubber Bands [IPhone]

The Geeky Gadgets blog details a fun, easy iPhone/iPod touch stand anyone with five pencils and four rubber bands can put together in a few minutes for a sly mini-theater. Actually, the author notes that original iPhone owners might only need four pencils, but a fifth horizontal support pencil is needed for the 3G model’s thickness. Eraser-tipped pencils are also put to great use as non-slip pads at the base your DIY creation. Your office supply truss/tension construction skills may...