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Mac: Securing your files isn't always a simple process. Hider is an app that makes the process of hiding away and encrypting files quick and easy. Read more...

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Many of our tricks to save money are designed less to solve math problems and more to trick our brains. To that end, financial blog And Then We Saved suggests placing a picture or reminder of your long-term savings goals directly on your credit card to discourage frivolous purchases.Read more...

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About to take a new job or negotiating a raise? You may want to read up on the strategies of negotiation and familiarize yourself with a little game theory. The workplace experts at Stack Exchange offer some advice. Read more...

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Canonical released the latest version of Ubuntu Linux this week, with a bit of polish all around. Here's what you'll find.Read more...

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This guy claims this is the fastest way to take off your t-shirt. It looks pretty damn fast to me, although guys with tight t-shirts will not be able to use this trick.Read more...

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We love to-do lists, tracking tasks, and keeping an eye on everything that needs to get done. But Jeff Atwood suggests a different approach: every day, ask yourself what three things need to get done, and ditch the other lists. Read more...

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While Heartbleed and credit card breaches at Target and Michael's have us all on the watch for our security, the most secure number in your inventory isn't your credit card number: It's your Social Security number. Here are a few tips for protecting it.Read more...

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There have been a few promo code tricks or gift card offers to get the price of the Nest Learning Thermostat down, but today we've got a straight $25 off. This is the best cash discount we've seen, and the best overall deal since Black Friday, so get it before it's gone. [Amazon]Read more...

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This week we explained why your clever password tricks don't work anymore , discovered who expects a tip , overcame the biggest relationship challenges , and added cool stuff to our calendars . Here's a look back.Read more...

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When it's time to put away the electric blanket for the season (or starts to smell funky), it's time to clean it. Clean an electric blanket using a washing machine and a few simple steps.Read more...

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If you're ready to cut the cord, Newegg will sell you everything you need to get started today for under $100. The Mohu Leaf is the most popular indoor antenna out there , and the Roku 3 is an excellent media player without a hidden agenda . Read more...

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If your Mac is having intermittent problems when it's under a heavy load, you can perform a simple stress test in the terminal to try and reproduce the problem.Read more...

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Planning a wedding can be a stressful affair , but web site The Knot has a ton of stuff to get you started, from checklists to timelines to inspiration boards.Read more...

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The tech industry loves catchy phrases, but the truth is that most of them either don't mean anything or they're just complicated ways to phrase simple ideas. With that in mind, let's dig into what sayings like "the internet of things" or "disruption" means to us normal people.Read more...

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You've probably heard that you should slice meat "against the grain," but why exactly? And how do you figure out where the grain is? Kenji López-Alt at Serious Eats explains it all.Read more...

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We all know we should avoid screens before bed and checking our email in the morning , yet many of us sleep with our phones right next to us. Do you?Read more...

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While a coupon can save extra cash while shopping, some people skip the due diligence of searching for one before checking out. Perhaps they think it takes too much time, or, more likely, that there just won't be one available that makes it worth it. That's why we dove deep into our coupon database to find out which stores are the best.Read more...

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Yesterday I was reading Whitson's post about Facebook update on "Nearby Friends" and able to find it interesting so, I was experimenting with facebook app & trying to figure it out, exactly how it works ( opt in & enable "Nearby Friends" notification in app setting, turn on location in phone & app, re-install Facebook app too) but me and my friend, nether able to get any notifications for "Nearby Friends". I guess not rolled out in our accounts yet.Read more...

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Welcome to the Friday open thread! What are ya'll doing for Passover? Any plans for Easter? 4/20? The weekend in general? Share tips, hacks, and cool things, and ask away on the Friday open thread, hosted by Hackerspace, Lifehacker's commenter run blog. Read more...

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You Need a Budget, one of your five favorite personal finance tools , is now free for college students. All you need to do is send in proof of registration and they'll give you a special license for the year.Read more...

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So you've been building up your credit score and saving decent percentage of your income. Want to know whether your financial situation is desirable? Here are a few numbers to help gauge your financial success.Read more...

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We all know the importance of investing. When we get to the point that we can start saving , it's instinctual (and rightly so!) to start looking at financial investments like stocks or 401(k)s. One reddit user, however, suggests that the first investment to make is in yourself.Read more...

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Android: In the future, paper (much like running) will only exist for recreation, for fun. In the meantime, we still have to deal with annoying contracts, memos, and receipts. All of which can be scanned instantly and uploaded directly to Dropbox, Evernote, and more with Scanbot, previously available for iOS .Read more...

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We've mentioned how for people who are already active, a four-minute workout can go a long way towards keeping you active and in good condition. If you can't remember what that workout entails, this graphic walks you through the exercises and how long to do each one. Read more...

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