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If your mattress doesn't leave you feeling as well-rested as you'd like, it's a whole lot cheaper to upgrade it with a mattress pad than to buy a new one, especially today.Read more...

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Deadspin ESPN's Chad Ford Has Been Retroactively Editing Draft Boards For Years | io9 Can You Solve This Puzzle Blindfolded? | Jezebel What to Do When You Wake Up to Your Partner Masturbating Beside You | Kotaku Taiwan To Fine Parents of Kids Who Spend Too Much Time on Mobile Read more...

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Android: One of the biggest complaints about the Facebook app is that it can take up too many resources, particularly on older phones. Which is probably why Facebook released Facebook Lite, a super lightweight version of its app directed at developing markets.Read more...

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When someone criticizes you, your first instinct is almost always to toss it. Haters gonna hate, right? Except sometimes even haters are right. Before you disregard criticism, writer Seth Godin suggests trying it on to see how their advice fits on you.Read more...

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Windows: Web sites tend to store a lot of cookies on your computer. While there's still a lot of misconceptions on what cookies do , it doesn't hurt to be curious about them. CookieSpy allows you to see what cookies each browser has stored on your computer.Read more...

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Carl Sagan is a well known astronomer, cosmologist, author, and most obviously, science communicator and host of the show Cosmos. His views on science and general living are simultaneously inspirational and galvanizing. Let's take a look at just a few of his ideas that are useful for all of us.Read more...

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After a short night of restless sleep, it appears that forecasters are still predicting the end of the world in the Northeast this evening. If you haven't panicked yet, you have several hours to do so before it's too late. Hug your children. Hoard booze. This is not a drill. Here's what you need to know to make it through the storm.Read more...

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The benefits of gratitude aren't just for adults. You can teach gratitude to children, too. The key is to make the lessons age appropriate.Read more...

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We've all had to read those rambling emails before. You'll improve your writing skills if you occasionally rewrite a confusing incoming email.Read more...

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Android/iOS: Fitness trackers are a great way to gamify your fitness goals and compete with others. If you're motivated by helping others, free app Charity Miles helps you earn money while you run or bike.Read more...

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Our space heater voting ended up being a dead heat, but the Delonghi Oil Filled 1500W Radiator ran the hottest in the end, figuratively. Oil filled space heaters have a slower start up time, but ultimately tend to be more capable of heating larger spaces, and retain their heat much longer after being turned off.Read more...

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If you're not "average" sized, you may already have a tough time finding clothes. Specialty stores like Lane Bryant or The Foundry focus on non-standard sizes. If you're at the outlet mall, check out the designer stores for clothes in your size.Read more...

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Chrome: Amazon Prime customers can save an unlimited amount of photos to Amazon Cloud Drive , which makes it a good spot for images. With the Save to Cloud Drive Chrome Extension, you can save any image to Amazon with a right-click.Read more...

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You don't have to download an office suite to build great-looking presentations for work, a talk, or school. There are plenty of online options that work well from any computer with a web browser, whether it's your desktop, a PC at work, or a laptop on the go. This week we're looking at five of the best.Read more...

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Lots of companies are using automated applicant tracking systems today. Resumazing figures out what changes you'll need to make to your resume to get the job you want.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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A security freeze is a hard lock on your credit. If you've been a victim of identity theft or recent store breaches, your first thought might be to go ahead with the lock. In some circumstances, though, you might be better off leaving it as is.Read more...

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If you're looking to boost the flavor in your food while keeping it healthy, check out infused vinegars. Flavored vinegars give everything a bit of a boost and just add a few calories.Read more...

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We've all been asked to help donate to someone's individual cause. A friend may need a medical procedure or just fell on hard times and needs help. Indiegogo Life lets you crowdsource your friends online for these causes.Read more...

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Proper grammar is important, but sometimes grammar checkers and proofreading aren't enough. If you aren't sure about a preferred phrasing, try using Google to see what's popular.Read more...

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When you face your to-do list each day, you might organize it by priority or mix in some rewards . Another approach is to find out which tasks give you energy and strength, just like Popeye uses spinach.Read more...

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Google tracks a ton of information about what you've done with their products, which they use to make suggestions for products like Google Now and autocomplete . They recently updated their Account History page with the ability to view or pause or voice search history, as well as other information from your mobile devices.Read more...

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Many of us are stuck behind our desk and computer all day long, which makes the hardware we use quite important. Let's give some more thought to our monitors, with these ten tips for getting the most out of those screens.Read more...

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Setting up some morning rituals helps start off your day right. The first ritual you pick should be a slow one. Deliberately taking time to slow down first thing in the mornings could reduce your daily stress.Read more...

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As promised, Amazon is selling 1-year memberships to Amazon Prime for just $72 right now (down from $99) in celebration of the 72nd Annual Golden Globes. Plus, everyone can also stream the award-winning Transparent for free today, even without a membership. I've watched it, and can't think of a better way to spend a lazy Saturday.Read more...

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