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Rockler Woodworking and Hardware Expands Line of Shop Storage Solutions for Pros and DIYers

But Sparks likes to do everything by hand. The design process includes custom adjustments to the sidewall, focusing on the area underfoot, which is critical to how a ski maneuvers. Using a poplar core, Sparks manually planes the ski based on the tip-waist-tail equation.
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Irvine company Insteon aims to bridge technology gaps in smart-home movement – The Orange County Register

Each pouch is fitted with a metal grommet so it can be hung on pegs, hooks, or nails at convenient locations throughout the shop. “An organized shop is a safe and productive shop,” says Steve Krohmer, Rockler’s Vice President of Product Marketing. “These storage solutions keep tools and supplies in order that are otherwise scattered throughout the shop, which eliminates the safety concern of loose tools laying around as well as the hassle of trying to track down exactly what you need when you need it.” The 18″ Shop Stand Apron (47056) is priced at $24.99, the Joinery Tool Bag (47794) at $49.99, and the Zipper Pouches 3-Pack (44035) at $12.99. All can be purchased at Rockler Woodworking and Hardware stores nationwide, Rockler.com, or from the Rockler catalog. For store locations or a free catalog, please visit Rockler.com or call 1-877-ROCKLER. About Rockler Woodworking and Hardware Celebrating its 61st year as a family-run business, Rockler Woodworking and Hardware is the nations premier supplier of specialty hardware, tools, lumber and other high quality woodworking and do-it-yourself products.
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ECS has iterated fast and put out an updated version (with a different chassis and motherboard design as well as a few tweaked internals) in the form of the LIVA X. The following gallery from ECS provides more insight into the LIVA X, and the picture that follows compares it against the LIVA. Gallery: ECS LIVA and LIVA X Note that the USB ports in the LIVA X are in a more accessible location compared to the LIVA.
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AnandTech | ECS LIVA X Review: A Fanless Bay Trail-M mini-PC

Q. Home automation has been discussed for decades but has never taken hold. Why do you think this is the time? A. The tech giants are pushing it into the market. The Ciscos and Intels and Best Buys and Googles and Apples, they can create the awareness and demand.
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