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In totally cool, very comforting privacy news this week, you may have to safeguard your personal information in one more place, outside of any laptop or phone: an airplane seat.Read more...

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While my son and I were driving across town the other day, he decided he doesn’t want to grow up to be an adult. Read more...

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Welcome back! I hope you’re all enjoying working your core without doing a single plank this month. Today, let’s talk about exercises you can do while hanging from a pull-up bar or a set of gymnastics rings. Read more...

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Another day, another viral faux-hack to contend with.Read more...

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The grocery store is an inspiring place, particularly the produce aisle. No matter what I have on my list, I make sure to take a few minutes to leisurely browse the fruits, vegetables, and fungi, just to see if anyone pops out to say “hello.” This week, I stumbled upon a large, sunny, yellow boi, simply named…Read more...

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When it comes to security, Chrome extensions are the wild west. Many of them ask for broad permissions, and if you pick the wrong one, you’ll end up sharing a lot more personal data than you probably intended with a mysterious internet stranger.Read more...

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The best all-around SSD for most people is down to $69 for 500GB, which is the best price ever. It’d obviously be a great upgrade over a spinning hard drive for your computer, but you could also stick it in a cheap enclosure to create your own, super-fast external drive.Read more...

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You don’t have to like every food. But certain food aversions are very inconvenient when you’re out in the world. Writer Amanda Mull, for example, wishes she didn’t hate cucumbers. So she talked to dietician and therapist Ellyn Satter. The trick is to only partly eat the food:Read more...

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When fraudulent charges appear on your credit card statement or are flagged by your card issuer, you know to cancel your card and report them as fraudulent.Read more...

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It wasn’t quite a photo finish, but all six competitors took their shots in this week’s photo printing Co-Op, and Costco Photo won a victory for the scrapbook.Read more...

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A reuben is not a reuben without corned beef, but that doesn’t mean that reuben toppings can’t be used to upgrade other, vegetable-heavy sandwiches, because vegetables is a good practice. Tangy Russian dressing, melted Swiss cheeses, and funky sauerkraut bring joy to everyone they hang out with, and vegetable lovers…Read more...

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My son Dexter is failing his sixth-grade computer class. The kid taught himself Adobe Premiere to edit Minecraft videos and has started learning to code, but he’s flunking out of a basic, “here’s how to open a file” middle school computer class. So we met to his teacher, and the meeting echoed meetings we’ve been…Read more...

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Deadspin You Don’t Have To Believe Any Of This Shit | Jezebel Jordyn Woods Has Been Trying to Apologize | Splinter Fox News Guest Gets Reaaaaaaaaal Racist | The Grapevine Official Statement Report: Jussie Smollett Feels ‘Betrayed’ by ‘Organized Law Enforcement Spectacle’ | Film Briefly but blissfully, Age Of Ultron plays like…Read more...

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When it comes to misinformation, what a person believes is less about what they’ve read and more about whom they trust. If that someone in your life is preparing to become a parent, you can help stop them from falling down the anti-vaxxer rabbit hole.Read more...

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Sometimes, you just need to get your car out of a snowy, icy driveway now. You don’t have time to shovel, and you can’t wait around for salt to work its magic. That’s where this Snow Joe traction mat comes in. Stick it under a wheel that’s spinning, and you’ll be on the road in no time. You can even roll it up and…Read more...

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Airlines love to torture us. They trick us with bag fees, delays, and passengers who don’t wear pants. Best of all, even when you’re prepared and organized, there’s nothing you can do to escape their blood thirst for profit. If you’ve ever reserved a seat on a flight, you’ll notice entire sections of airlines blocked…Read more...

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posted about 21 hours ago on lifehacker
We all have certain special characters that we use all the time, and finicky little ways to type those characters. You might google the name of an emoji, or download a menu bar app for copy-pasting, or learn key combinations for adding diacritical marks to letters. Here’s another option: Bookmark CopyChar.cc.Read more...

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posted about 21 hours ago on lifehacker
As Jalopnik’s resident car buying expert and professional car shopper, I get emails. Lots of emails. I’ve decided to pick a few questions and try to help out. This week we are discussing getting the best price on a car that hasn’t yet hit the lots, buying a reasonably priced car that will appreciate in value, and…Read more...

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posted about 21 hours ago on lifehacker
Clearly, a bunch of Lifehacker readers have issues getting wireless networking to work—whether you’re trying to connect from a long distance away, you’re getting crappy speeds on your devices, or you’re frustrated because there are 300 different wireless networks irradiating your apartment.Read more...

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posted about 22 hours ago on lifehacker
If you’re traveling abroad, you unfortunately have to throw your minimalist, front pocket wallet to the wind. But this Zero Grid RFID-protected passport wallet is just large enough to hold that oversized passport (and not a centimeter bigger), as well as cash and up to 10 credit cards. Get it for $13 today by clipping…Read more...

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Hi Salty, I work at a large bar in Chattanooga, Tennessee. I recently had a guest who called me “baby.” I told him my name. He kept calling me baby, over and over again, and would immediately “apologize,” and then say he meant to call me by my name. The woman he was with even reminded him of my name multiple times. In…Read more...

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On Sunday, for the first time in 30 years, there will be no host for the Academy Awards. It makes sense. Who in their right mind would want that job this year? Playing master of ceremonies on Hollywood’s biggest night can be a fairly thankless task even at the best of times. In 2019, it’s a minefield, with enough…Read more...

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Sunscreens will get new labeling soon, and some will be off the market, according to a proposed rule that the FDA announced today. The changes will also mean that it’s easier to find sunscreens that protect against UVA rays (the ones that cause damage but not sunburn). Read more...

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