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You know the feeling of opening up a giant map and struggling to put it back together. Lifehacker has found one of the most efficient ways to fold a map or other pieces of paper. The Miura fold lets you open and close a folded paper in one motion, as explained by Wheatpond.com. A Miura [...]
Disappointed by the performance of your latest folded effort? Fear not: This new kit will juice it up in a jiffy.