Glue old book spines to a box for hidden storage. Leave the front cover on one of the books and the back cover on another to use as the sides of your box. This would be perfect for spare remotes, cables, router, or anything else you wish to keep out of site but accessible.
Glue old book spines to a box for hidden storage. Leave the front cover on one of the books and the back cover on another to use as the sides of your box. Perfect for anything you want to keep out of site but accessible..
If you have a mount for your TV, fasten all of the electronics with the unsightly wires to it. (If you need to, build a small lightweight frame to attach to your mount.) Bundle up the wires as much as possible before fastening them to the mount so they don't get tangled once they're up there. Use bungee cords to secure heavier hardware like a cable box or router. Plug everything into a power strip so you only have to worry about one wire running from your TV to the wall.
Hacker's Tiny Spy Computer Cracks Corporate Networks: In its smallest version, Kevin Bong's "Mini Pwner" spy router can fit inside an Altoids tin. The next time an unexpected “repairman” cruises past your company’s security desk, you might want to check inside his tin of mints or pack of cigarettes. Especially if he’s also carrying an ethernet cable.