When Being a Hack Is Okay: Hacking, Modification, and Customization

When Being a Hack Is Okay: Hacking, Modification, and Customization

Gregory Han
Dec 31, 2012
The word "hack" has evolved to encompass a wide array of projects, whether it's to alter the function of an electronic device beyond its original intent, manipulate the form and design of furnishings, or even change our own behaviors. Hacking isn't just a geeky endeavor any longer, it's at the heart of the DIY spirit, as showcased by the ten projects below... • Sarah's Simple Yet Stylish IKEA Hack 'n Stack TV StandBest Sugru Hacks10 Amazing IKEA Desk Lamp and Task Light HacksLow-Tech Brain Hacks to Wake Up Fully in the MorningHow To Hack Your Wireless Doorbell to Use Custom RingtonesThe Two Room Pivoting TV IKEA HackHow To Hack Apple TV in 3 Easy StepsHacking a 1st Gen Case for a New iPadIKEA EXPEDIT Turned Into Giant iTunes Sound SystemWant to Work On Something Big? Join a HackerSpace
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