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You shouldn’t act like a jerk to other people, but if you’re feeling nervous before a speech or presentation, a little arrogance can help you fight off the jitters. Read more...

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Closets can either be efficient storage spaces, or messy oubliettes where you hide things away from view. By putting your most-used items at eye level in your closets, you’ll be able to keep them more organized overall.Read more...

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If you’re not entirely sure what the difference between simmering and boiling water is, this analogy will give you a much better idea.Read more...

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Good design balances form, functionality, and aesthetics in a way that makes the work put into it invisible. A beautifully crafted object can be useless if it doesn’t perform its function; likewise, something mundane as a stapler can be aesthetically pleasing. It’s a balance that the best designers make seem effortless.Read more...

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Windows/Mac: Recent versions of Chrome have been memory hogs , but an update released today hopes to fix that a little bit.Read more...

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Whether you’re working with the Raspberry Pi, an Arduino, or a Beaglebone, a lot of the time you’ll want to load up programs automatically on boot. There are a variety of ways to do so, but over on Adafruit, they guide you through the best practices for each device. Read more...

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Mac/iOS: Long ago, NetNewsWire was the default pick for RSS reader on the Mac. Then it disappeared for a while. Now, it’s back, with all the trimmings (and price) of a modern RSS reader. That includes a new iOS app.Read more...

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Nothing destroys a killing spree like spilling your Diet Mountain Dew all over your controller and making it all sticky. Or, maybe you’ve just used it too much and worn out the buttons and thumbsticks. Whatever the case, many gamepads are very user-repairable. Here’s how to open up your Xbox or PlayStation controller and fix its buttons.Read more...

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Even glass mason jars can pick up odors over time. Fortunately, you already have what you need to de-stink them right in your kitchen.Read more...

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Charging cables break often enough, it seems they should just go ahead and make them a subscription service. But with a bit of mild DIY, you can boost the durability of your cables with a nylon wrap and give them a distinctive look at the same time.Read more...

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There’s an old financial adage that you should invest in what you know. It seems like decent enough advice, but there are a couple of reasons it can backfire.Read more...

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Should you head out the door for a 30-minute run or a 3-miler? If you train for a marathon, are you working up to a 26-mile run or to a certain number of hours? You can plan your workouts by time or distance, but each has its advantages. Here’s how to decide.Read more...

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If you have a fourth grader, your family can get a free national park pass for the entire year. The National Park Foundation has introduced a new initiative: Every Kid in a Park.Read more...

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Even the best woodworkers can end up with gaps between joints. This simple tip makes the gaps disappear in no time.Read more...

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posted about 11 hours ago on lifehacker
College textbook buying is an expensive routine for every student. But sympathetic professors and easy access to information tools can make it easy to find ways to cut costs. Take advantage of those tools and use them to shave some serious money off of your textbook expenses.Read more...

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It can be hard to get used to a budget, especially if you’re not great with money. It takes time to adjust to a spending plan, but if you keep failing at your budget, or if you feel like you’re stuck in a rut, it’s probably time to switch up your strategy.Read more...

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If you want to get creative in the kitchen, add a machine that can help you transform whole ingredients into sauces, soups, and chopped bits. Here’s the difference between blenders, food processors, and immersion blenders so you can decide which works best for you.Read more...

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Any bar worth its rimming salt should be stocked with at least a couple of bottles of bitters. Sure, you can make a cocktail without them, but you can also roast a chicken without salt or pepper. Like these everyday seasonings, cocktail bitters add flavor and depth to almost any beverage, and making your own allows you to put a unique stamp on every cocktail you serve.Read more...

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Waterproof Bluetooth speakers are perfect if you like to sing in the shower, or even just need more time to clear your podcast backlog, and you can choose from two great options today for around $25.Read more...

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In a world where people market butter in their coffee as a weight loss and mental-boosting elixir, we hear similar noise from folks clamoring that a food’s nutritional quality and “wholeness” matter far more than its calories, whereas others treat the body like a calorimeter and focus solely on the numbers. So, who’s right? Actually, both are.Read more...

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My Honda Logo, which is a so-called “Super Mini,” is small. Really small. Despite the car having four doors, it’s honestly a struggle to fit four full sized adults in the GA3. I’ve done it twice, and nobody enjoyed the experience. I almost always had the seats down. So, I decided to double my hatch space and reduce my weight with a false floor. [Jalopnik ]Read more...

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Keeping your phone charged and by your side in your car can be tricky. You want to be able to use navigation or stream music, but you don’t want it sitting in a cup holder next to you. That means you need a mount. This week, we want to hear your favorites. Read more...

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Fall is coming (at least in this hemisphere) and if you enjoy the annual changing of the leaves, this interactive fall foliage map will show you exactly when to mark your calendar, take a day off, and grab your camera to enjoy all of the beautiful colors of the season.Read more...

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