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2x4 Sofa DIY

This is a very simple project, with just a few angle cuts. I recommend using a Chop-saw to cut the lumber to length, but if you don't have one, a circular saw or even a Jigsaw would work. I used webbing under the cushions that form the seat, but you could use plywood instead. If you do use plywood you can ignore the 1x2s that I used, as they are completely unnecessary when using a plywood base. Start by cutting everything to size, if you are making a sofa that is less than eight feet wide adjust the lengths of the boards accordingly. The first set of three cuts are the front and back cross members, those would be the only lengths to change to switch up the width of the sofa.

Installing a bath fan

When I bought my house the upstairs bathroom had a bathfan, but it didn't work, no big deal I thought, just buy a new unit and replace the old one, easy peasy. Ya, not so much.

How to make primary screen stick between sessions in Cinnamon

     Firstly let me mention my system specs so you will know if this is going to help you should you be facing the same problem. I'm running Linux Mint 15, 64bit version, and have an Nvidia gtx 660Ti graphics card.

Google+ notifications for posts

     In this post I'm going to show how to get notifications from people or pages on Google+ with limited work on your part. It only takes a minute or two to set up, and you get to reap the results forever.
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