posted about 13 hours ago on lifehacker
If you use the terminal a lot to code, then you know it’s easy to get lost deep inside those blinking commands. Tiny-Care-Terminal is a small little dashboard that reminds you to stop and take care of yourself every once in a while.Read more...

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posted about 15 hours ago on lifehacker
Instagram has reportedly been “shadowbanning” certain posts, making them invisible on tagged pages. While it might not be a huge deal to casual Instagram users, it could be concerning if you rely on Instagram to market your business. This tool will tell you if you’ve been shadowbanned. Read more...

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posted about 23 hours ago on lifehacker
The shower head that came preinstalled in your home or apartment is probably terrible, but if you don’t have the cash to upgrade it to a Delta In2ition, the Delta 75152 is a fantastic option at $16.Read more...

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Windows/Mac/Linux: When it comes to notes apps, you have a seemingly endless trail of options, but it’s rare to find one that’s cross-platform, supports the Evernote-style of rich notes, and works without needing an account somewhere. Collate is just that.Read more...

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posted 2 days ago on lifehacker
We love Pyrex around these parts, and their 3-pack of measuring cups is down to $13 today. In addition to looking great, the cups are microwave and (semi) dishwasher safe, and since they’re made of glass, they won’t absorb any odors, flavors, or stains. Plus, they just feel heavy and professional, and would make a…Read more...

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Succulents shipped to your door, $100 BeatsX headphones, and vinyl turntables lead off Saturday’s best deals from around the web. Read more...

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How can you tell if you stink? This week we learned a few ways to evaluate your own body odor so that you don’t funk up the place. We also got started with 1Password, dove deep into those notorious Cheerios seed packets, and more. Here’s a look back at this week’s most popular posts.Read more...

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If you like having green things in your home, but struggle to keep them alive, succulents are made just for you.Read more...

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Today is the March for Science, and people all over the country are hitting the streets to protest all anti-science agendas and policies. If you plan on showing your support, there’s still time to make some memorable signs with these simple wordplay tips.Read more...

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posted 2 days ago on lifehacker
When you type a question into Google Search, you’ll often get a complete answer right at the top of the page. These featured answers can be a great time-saver, but they can also be dead wrong.Read more...

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posted 3 days ago on lifehacker
Jezebel The Comments on Jillian Harris’ Blog Post About ‘Boss Moms’ Are a Wild, Emotional Ride | Deadspin Katsuyori Shibata Is Just The Latest Japanese Wrestling Star To Suffer A Serious Head Injury | Fusion A Question About Slapping Black Slang on T-Shirts | The Root Meet the SC Woman Running the Craziest, Most…Read more...

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posted 3 days ago on lifehacker
We asked for your most bizarre, awkward wrong number calls and text messages and, boy, did you deliver. These tales of “whoa” involve everything from clueless callers to tactless texters, playful responses to toilet phones, and everything in between.Read more...

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posted 3 days ago on lifehacker
User interface design is hard, but we’ve been getting better at it over the years to the point where even a thermostat is easy to use. Automakers, however, seem to have their heads in the sand, taking their design inspiration for their infotainment consoles from old Winamp skins instead of any type of modern interface.Read more...

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posted 3 days ago on lifehacker
Being able to feed oneself is a very important part of existing as an adult human, yet there are many competent grown people out there who can’t fry an egg. Similarly, I know some people who excel in one area of cooking, like baking, yet are completely confounded by other culinary pursuits, like grilling.Read more...

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posted 3 days ago on lifehacker
What if a meditation app didn’t ask you to focus on your breathing? What if you didn’t have to listen to someone’s voice telling you what to think about? A new meditation app, Sway, takes a different approach.Read more...

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posted 3 days ago on lifehacker
Hello all you pervert people of the intertubes, and welcome to Ask Dr. NerdLove, the only dating column that’s set to stop Third Impact.Read more...

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posted 3 days ago on lifehacker
Happy Friday, everyone, and welcome back to 3-Ingredient Happy Hour, the weekly drink column featuring super simple, yet delicious libations. Though spring may be the time for fruity and floral cocktails, I’m feeling a bit bitter, and would therefore like to introduce you to my good friend Ferrari & Soda.Read more...

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posted 3 days ago on lifehacker
Duolingo is introducing Duolingo Plus, a $10/month subscription that’ll cut ads and let you download lessons for offline use on Android.Read more...

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When you find a bit of mold on food, it might seem like it’s okay to salvage some of it because the mold doesn’t cover the whole thing. That seems like the logical step, right? It turns out that’s not true for a lot of foods, like bread, because the mold can hide deep in the surface where you can’t see it.Read more...

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posted 3 days ago on lifehacker
In these divisive times, a new controversy emerges: is Starbucks’ limited-edition unicorn frappuccino fun and exciting, or a dangerous sugar bomb? It’s a little of both. It’s a slightly watered down milkshake.Read more...

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posted 3 days ago on lifehacker
Taking money advice from a loan servicer is sort of like taking health advice from a tobacco company. The advice might be valid, but there’s probably a better source out there for you. Namely, one that doesn’t profit from your bad habits.Read more...

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posted 3 days ago on lifehacker
Once upon a time, inspired by the good works of Kinja Deals, I bought something called a Lumo Lift. It’s a wearable tech. As far as I know, FitBit is both a unique wearable tech and also a genericized trademark for this sort of thing (fit bit). As far as I’m concerned, when I am wearing the Lumo Lift, I am wearing a…Read more...

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posted 3 days ago on lifehacker
Deadspin Yes, The Predators Are Good Enough To Do That To The Blackhawks | Jezebel Chris Pratt Is Kind of a Ding-Dong | Fusion 10-Year-Old Autistic Boy Pleads ‘Please Don’t Touch Me’ as Cops Arrest Him in Front of His Mother | The Root Fox News Has Replaced Its Most Popular Racist Misogynist With Its Sexist, Racist…Read more...

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$70 for a Logitech Harmony remote is a great deal on its face, but the real reason to buy this model is the included Harmony Home Hub.Read more...

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Eneloop batteries, Civilization VI, and the complete Breaking Bad Blu-ray lead off Friday’s best deals.Read more...

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