Using A Mouse To Fix Your HousePaul Eng
I've never been good with my hands, especially when it comes to building or repairing things. In fact, every time I face a home repair task, I wish I had paid closer attention to my high school shop teacher who warned that one day, I would regret not understanding the differences in nail weights. Fortunately, there's still hope. Thanks to CD-ROMs, do-it-yourselfers of all kinds--from 10-thumb wonders like me to veteran weekend carpenters--can find valuable assistance for home improvement chores.
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