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There are a dozen different ways you can finish (or refinish) wood furniture. Knowing more about the different finishes available can help determine what will work best for your project. Read more...

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Gawker Ever See a Dolphin Eat a Shark? | Gizmodo 11 Expensive Apps That Might Actually Be Worth It | Jezebel Sexpert Says Feminism Has Made You Shitty in Bed | Kotaku Secrets from the Man Inside the Godzilla Suit Read more...

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It's time to level up your cooking skills, and we've spotted a pair of great kitchen deals for you today on Amazon.Read more...

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The size of a shoe doesn't always tell the whole story. While a shoe may "fit", your comfort level can still vary. If you need some extra breathing room, put a baggie of water in your shoe and toss it in the freezer to stretch it a bit.Read more...

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iOS: Capturing sticky notes with your smartphone camera is nothing new. But the new Post-It Plus smartly detects any sticky notes, allows you to organize them individually or as groups, and lets you share them.Read more...

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Do you feel overwhelmed by your debt situation? Plenty of organizations exist to help those who don't know how to handle their credit, feel confused about where to start repaying their debt, or don't understand what steps they need to take to become financially secure.Read more...

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Web: OneBox saves all the attachments you have received, from multiple email accounts, in your favorite cloud storage. Plus, it neatly categorizes them by file type.Read more...

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Mixing herbs and spices in meals can be healthy , but you still need to know which spice goes with what ingredient. Spice Advice has a chart you can refer to for quick decisions.Read more...

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Most of us don't like to see ourselves in photographs because we don't like to see our imperfections. Here are a few tricks anyone can implement to look better when the shutter clicks.Read more...

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Many of our emails are asking the recipient to contact a third party on our behalf. It might be for a status update or just a follow-up. If you include the suggested text, you'll save everyone time and get the email out faster.Read more...

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With Trader Joe's worldly selection of food, you might be apprehensive to buy something. After all, what if you don't like it? No worries: Trader Joe's lets you try almost anything there, and not just from the sample station.Read more...

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What projects should I consider as a new homeowner? Why does the audio on my Nexus 7 sound garbled? How can I start investing while living abroad? What should I buy: a Nexus or a S5? Where can I find a tools to improve Google Contacts? What password vaults do you recommend for iOS? Where is the best news reporting an analysis site? How does Netflix impact online multiplayer games in the same house? Where can a guy buy inexpensive professional clothes? Read more...

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Most of us know that "if you want a job done right, do it yourself." We don't always have the time to do it ourselves, though. If someone can do the job 70% right, it's a prime task for delegation.Read more...

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Years ago, you probably designated a beneficiary on your financial accounts. Since that time, your relationship circumstances may have changed and you need to check your policies. Read more...

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We've all used LinkedIn as an online resume , but a new feature creates a traditional paper resume for you by compiling information from your profile.Read more...

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Whether you're planning a wedding, a shower, or any other major party for a major event, you'll probably have people who want to congratulate you—which means you'll need a registry. This week, we're looking at five of the best registry services for events of all types and sizes. Read more...

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Nut milks and butters are great as dairy alternatives, but are expensive in the stores. Making these foods at home is easy. This chart gives you all the recipes for major nuts.Read more...

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Every week, we share a number of downloads for all platforms to help you get things done. Here were the top downloads from this week.Read more...

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Unless you're a natural comedian, it's hard to come up with our own comedic material. This three step formula helps anyone come up with an easily scripted joke. Read more...

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We've covered what to do when disaster strikes , but when pets are involved, you have a few more tasks to take care of. FEMA has a detailed guide on taking care of your pets during a disaster.Read more...

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We all become forgetful as we age, but we still want others to give us a good job reference. If you give potential references a short list of accomplishments and talking points, you'll make their job easier.Read more...

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iOS: If your iPhone battery can't quite make it through the day, your apps may be draining your phone. Normal finds those apps sucking down your battery and makes suggestions on how to resolve it.Read more...

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We've all been on flights where something has gone wrong, and it's hard to remember what airlines are required to give in the way of compensation. Tourist Meets Traveler has a handy online guide covering what you can expect from domestic carriers.Read more...

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Chrome: The Pomodoro technique is a great way to keep yourself on task, and if you spend a lot of time in Chrome, Time Doser is a great app to help you along.Read more...

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Sous-Vide is the easiest, most reliable path to great meat and more, and today the barrier to entry drops to just $170. [Anova Sous Vide Immersion Circulator]Read more...

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