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- Geek & Sci-Fi
<a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tag/john-green/?section=video">John Green</a> puts popular "life hacks" to the test.
Yep, you can get your Instagram photos back on Twitter. And just how illustrates how dumb it was to pull them in the first place.
Here's a simple way to save plenty of yard-cutting time and energy with nothing more than a post and a rope.
Facebook wouldn't listen to a hacker who found a serious security flaw. So he found an... innovative way of getting the company's attention.
Dad gives all the goombas in Mario 64 his kid's face, because why not?
This quick tutorial shows you the fastest way to give your short sleeve shirts a crisp fold.
A woman redid "The Legend of Zelda," so that its the titular character who saves Link.
Game developer/awesome father Mike Mika hacked "Donkey Kong" so his daughter could play as Pauline, not Mario.
No user data was compromised, but hey, everyone else is freaking out about the whole "Facebook hacked" thing.
Consider this a public service announcement: Tumblr is currently infected with a nasty worm. Get out. GET OUT NOW!
A quick guide to saving your phone from water damage.
Here are seven easy ways to open a wine bottle when you don't have a corkscrew handy.
Here are six easy ways to open a bottle when you find yourself without an opener.
Here's an easy way to get cheaper tickets to any game or show from scalpers.
Simon Cowell and Will.i.am think they're tech geniuses. They'll spend a lot of someone else's money proving that wrong.
Fred Murphy figured out how to make custom 3D-printed records for a '70s Fisher Price record player to play Led Zeppelin and other stuff.
Dogfish Head Brewery offers some tips on executing the perfect pour from both a tap and a bottle.