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Being the CEO of Automattic is no easy task, but Matt Mulenweg shares the tools he brings along with him to get the job over on Everyday Carry.Read more...

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Tahini is a versatile ingredient that can be used to create all sorts of delicious toppings, like salad dressing and garlic sauce for steak or roasted veggies, and of course, hummus. If you remember to keep some in your fridge, you can add it to any sauce or dip for extra richness.http://skillet.lifehacker.com/make-flavored-... Read more...

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Windows 10: The new Start menu is a welcome addition after it was removed from Windows 10. However, it does come with some new annoyances. Now, by default, your Start Menu will show you all the most used apps on your computer. If you’d rather not see that, here’s how to turn it off.Read more...

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iPad: Status Board is one of the best dashboard apps out there , and today it gets a little better. The new version includes a new UI, multiple boards, new panels, and more.http://lifehacker.com/the-best-dashb... Read more...

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Old habits die hard. You’ve probably experienced this when you vowed to eat all salads forever, only to crash and burn a few days later. Building new habits takes time. A lot of time. For me, turning my habits into calendar appointments made a huge difference. Here’s how this might work for you.http://lifehacker.com/5926583/why-ha... Read more...

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Internet radio’s great, but you need an internet connected device to listen to it. If you have an old radio sitting around and you want to listen to some tunes, Make shows you how to rebroadcast those stations on the FM band using a Raspberry Pi. Read more...

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A quick announcement: Gawker Media’s anonymous SecureDrop portal , which went down for a few days as we moved the server into our new office , is up and running again. If you have information or stories to share with any of Gawker Media’s sites—and want to remain as anonymous as possible—SecureDrop is for you. [Gawker ]http://gawker.com/gawker-media-s... Read more...

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If you’ve been waiting for an excuse to start or expand your Philips’ color-shifting Hue lighting collection, Amazon’s offering a great deal on spare bulbs today. All you have to do is pick any two Hue bulbs from four available models, and your total price at checkout will get marked down to $100. [Philips Hue Bulb Sale]http://gizmodo.com/5994183/philip... Read more...

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Crunches are the classic ab exercise (although planks and push-ups have their fans too). To really target your abs, though, it’s important to use good form. Read more...

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Mac/iOS: Back in June, the TaiG team released their jailbreak tool for Windows. That was followed up by an unoffical (and glitchy) offshoot for Mac by another team in July. Now, the TaiG team has released their Mac version.http://lifehacker.com/ios-8-3-jailbr...Read more...

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Moving is a lot easier when you streamline your packing. But many of us just toss our junk in boxes and say we’ll figure it out when we get to the new place. On more than one occasion, I’ve ended up with a box of unidentifiable cords. An easy fix: simply label those cords.Read more...

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One big perk of being a homeowner is, ideally, you’ve got equity: this is the difference between your mortgage amount and the appraisal value of your home. Even the basics of equity can be confusing, but this video lays it out in simple terms.Read more...

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A toaster oven will, in many cases, cook, defrost, or reheat your food better than a microwave, and more efficiently than a full-size oven. Items your microwave would have left soggy will come out crisp, and you’ll add far less heat to your home or apartment than you would have with a conventional oven. But which toaster oven deserves to take over your valuable counter space? Tell us.Read more...

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There’s no shortage of great web browsers for Android, and which one you use is largely up to personal preference. If we had to pick one however, we think Chrome is your best bet for speed, support across devices, and integrated features.Read more...

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iOS: Period tracking is nothing new. Most women track their cycle in some way, whether it’s with a basic app, a calendar, or just noting the days mentally. But beyond tracking your period or ovulation, this app offers a more inclusive look into a woman’s sexual, menstrual, and reproductive health.Read more...

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Picture frames and boxes require joining two boards to create a right angle. The cleanest way to do that is cutting 45 degree angles at the end of each board, called a miter cut. Here’s the formula to determine the length each of your boards should be cut.Read more...

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Cortana is easily one of the coolest new features of Windows 10. You’re probably already familiar with personal assistants like Google Now and Siri, but now you have one built right into your desktop! Here’s how to get information, manage your schedule, and even run a few Google commands.Read more...

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Let’s say you’ve got low-interest debt, maybe a student loan, and you’re easily making your minimum monthly payment. If you’ve got the extra cash, what’s the smarter financial move: pay your loan off early or invest the money instead? The answer depends on a number of variables, and Student Loan Hero has a handy calculator to help you figure it all out.Read more...

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Here are the best of today’s deals. Get every great deal every day on Kinja Deals, follow us on Facebook and Twitter to never miss a deal, join us on Kinja Gear to read about great products, and on Kinja Co-Op to help us find the best.Read more...

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There are many plants that are useful for more than cooking or decorating. For example, many common herbs have health benefits, and they’re easy to grow. What multi-use plants do you have in your garden?http://lifehacker.com/the-surprising... Read more...

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Gizmodo Hitchhiking Robot Lasts Just Two Weeks in US Because Humans Are Terrible | Jalopnik Street Outlaws Star Daddy Dave Flips Six Times During Amarillo Drag Race | Jezebel New Ghostbusters Cast Visits Children’s Hospital; Attracts Trolls | Kotaku Report: Konami Is Treating Its Staff Like Prisoners |Read more...

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Whether it’s squash, watermelon rind, or plain old cucumbers, we, my friends, can (quick) pickle that. In anticipation of bumper crops, the clever folks at Epicurious have come up with a simple brining base that will allow you to pickle whatever, whenever the mood moves you.Read more...

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Most stores would like you to think that impulse buying is limited to sodas and candy at the checkout. In truth, impulse buying is anything you weren’t planning on buying already. If you want to know whether the thing you’re about to spend money on is really important, wait a month first.Read more...

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Android: AirDroid is one of our favorite apps for managing your Android device from your computer . Now, the company has added a handy desktop widget and right-click menu option so you can send files to your phone or tablet super quick.Read more...

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If you’re planning to build a new PC, or even just upgrade your existing rig, Amazon just posted great deals on a variety or peripherals, PC parts, storage, and networking gear to get you started. Just remember that this is a Gold Box deal, so these prices are only valid today, or until sold out. [Amazon]Read more...

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