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If you are wondering about how to help protesters right now, consider making a donation to a local bail fund. It’s cruel at any time to imprison someone for not having cash on hand—but especially now, getting protesters out of jail quickly is especially critical in order to reduce their risk of COVID-19 exposure. Read more...

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The first step to joining a protest is simply showing up, but it’s also important to be prepared for all situations—from a long day in extreme weather conditions, to close contact with others in the midst of a pandemic, to possible arrest.Read more...

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Advice about paying off debt usually tells you to pay off your high-interest debt first. But what really counts as high-interest debt? Is it a simple matter of looking at the numbers on your various bills? Yes, but there are additional details that are helpful to note.Read more...

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In the wake of George Floyd’s death, a handful of tech companies have released statements condemning racism and police brutality, and voicing support for racial justice. But while statements are nice, feel-good gestures, it’s better to show your commitment with your money—and hiring practices. After all, in a country…Read more...

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Water is probably one of the most important things you can bring to a protest or demonstration. It keeps you hydrated, yes, but it can also be used to clean minor wounds, cool oneself and rinse chemical crowd-control irritants from one’s eyes. Virtually all water besides stagnant puddle water can be used this way, but…Read more...

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Recently, the CDC removed its warnings about limiting choirs during religious services. The original guidelines included recommending that religious gatherings “consider suspending or at least decreasing use of choir/musical ensembles and congregant singing, chanting, or reciting during services or other programming,…Read more...

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In this week’s protests against police brutality, police in many cities chose to escalate violence. One tool they commonly use is a chemical weapon known colloquially as tear gas. Here’s what to do if you encounter tear gas at a protest. (First step: flush your eyes with water.)Read more...

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Tempted as you might be to leave your iPhone at home when you leave the house to protest—and I don’t blame you there, given the increased risk of your expensive device getting destroyed when you get pushed to the ground or shot at with rubber bullets—you might want to reconsider. Your iPhone can be an incredible…Read more...

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In light of the events of the past week following the death of George Floyd, parents—particularly white parents—should be asking themselves: Am I doing enough? Am I exposing my children to diverse voices and cultures? Has racial diversity and systemic racism been an on-going topic of conversation in my home? Because…Read more...

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With all that’s going on in the world right now, you might think hackers and other fraudsters would give it a rest for a while, right? But that’s far from the case.Read more...

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If you haven’t thought much about Tay Zonday’s song “Chocolate Rain” since it became a meme in 2007, it’s time to pull up the YouTube video—and listen very carefully to the lyrics.Read more...

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The Minnesota Freedom Fund, which has been bailing out protesters in Minneapolis, has become a popular cause to donate to this week. Great! But make sure you go to their actual website—and don’t donate to the fake venmo that’s been floating around in their name. Read more...

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These days, there is much more to social gaming than just inviting your buddies over to play Mortal Kombat. It’s easier than ever to share every game you play online with hundreds of people, building one gigantic community around your exploits in your favorite titles—whether you’re any good or not.Read more...

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Protests and demonstrations can be action-packed events with lots of running and shouting, but the majority of your time at one of them will be spent walking, standing and chanting. These events can last for hours, and hours of walking, standing, chanting and (occasional) running can leave one quite hungry. This is…Read more...

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With protests taking place in at least 140 cities over the last week sparked by the police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, we thought it was time to look at other demonstrations and riots throughout American history. And given the potential risks to personal safety—not to mention large gatherings in the…Read more...

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Being trapped with your significant other 24/7 is not a recipe for relationship success. That’s why this week we’re talking with divorce attorney James J. Sexton about how to save our marriage and avoid becoming a statistic in the post-pandemic “divorce boom.” Hear James talk about the ways couples can remind…Read more...

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Last week, I wrote a piece for parents on how to help their little kids get better at participating in video chats with loved ones (because they suck at it). But the thing is, the kids are only half the equation: There are things the person on the other end of the call—maybe that’s you!—could do to help the chats go…Read more...

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If you were online in June 2000, here’s what you might have seen: pages of GIFs, Homestar Runner, and a three-minute clip of a commercial airliner making an emergency landing on top of an SUV in the middle of a deserted Los Angeles freeway.Read more...

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The humidity is kicking up for real in my neck of the woods. Heat is one thing, as we know, but it’s the humidity that will kill you in the summer months and, while I can’t quite say for sure what with time having lost all meaning, it does seem early in the season for it to already be this humid. So I guess in…Read more...

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Seems like everyone is taking on a new #challenge these days. So when we saw the #lemonjuicechallenge on TikTok, we decided to hop on the bandwagon.Read more...

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Chromium-based Windows web browsers are getting a brand-new spellchecker thanks to a recent collaboration between Google and Microsoft. Windows Spellcheck, rather than Hunspell, will now help you fix your various typos and blatant misspellings (especially with URLs and acronyms), but you might need to first enable the…Read more...

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It’s officially a new month which means it’s time to replenish your Netflix queue.Read more...

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