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Dec 06 2013

Effective Study Habits

When one group of students receive their degrees, a new group is always there to take their place. Each one of us have our our way of successfully demonstrating the acquired skills and knowledge on exams. But in some disciplines such as Engineering and Geology, just a one method will not always work. While I …

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Nov 04 2013

Google Custom Search Refinements

Google is a very popular search engine. One of the driving forces behind the popularity is the Google Inc’s generous offers such as free site based search. The Google Custom Search Engine (CSE) is a such free Webmaster tool. It allows the site owners to integrate the powerful Google search system into their website. I …

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Sep 15 2013

Rooting an Android

Some of you may have heard about the term “root” or “rooting” with regards to Android mobile Operating System. This term is not something new to computer and software geeks. Root is the most fundamental level in a UNIX or Linux based operating system. In order to install some apps and to tweak the behavior …

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Sep 01 2013

Home electrical wiring basics

During home automation projects, you will probably replace the electrical fittings such as outlets for appliances and lighting fixtures. There are few basic things you should research before you begin. But first of all let me give you a warning; if you do not have experience working with electrical wring, please contact a professional for …

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Jul 11 2013

How to use a Brunton Compass

It is essential for a Earth Scientist to be skilled at using the tools of the trade. From day one, students are trained to use the Brunton Compass, a highly popular measuring tool. I am very proud to say it was first designed and developed by a Canadian Geologist, David W. Brunton. If properly used …

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