Literary Camouflage for Your Router
I did not expect this article to be as well received as it was. The premise for this hack is that old books could be hollowed out and form a large pocket to hold unsightly electronics. For this particular case, a man named Clay Weiland wanted to hide a router in his living room where it would be central to the house, but he did not want to see it. The most difficult part was that unlike most submissions to the Hackaday tip line, it was not a blog or video, we just received pictures in the tip. Happily, the comment section was supportive of this.
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