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It’s not often that Amazon features a laptop as one of its deals of the day, so anyone who uses a desktop at home or work should definitely check out this $250 Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga for their portable computing needs.Read more...

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Deadspin Here’s Laremy Tunsil Admitting He Took Money At Ole Miss Before Getting Abruptly Hustled Off Stage | Jezebel Police Refuse to Believe Lesbian Is a Woman, Force Her Out Of Bathroom | Gizmodo These Are the Most Serious Catastrophic Threats Faced by Humanity | Gawker Satanists to Boehner: Please Don’t Associate Us With Ted Cruz |Read more...

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When you plan for your retirement, you probably think about how much money you should have . However, your time is even more valuable in retirement. How do you plan to spend it?Read more...

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For a while now, Google’s Play Store has shown if an app contains in-app purchases, so you can better decide if you want to use it. Now, the store will also let you know if an app contains ads.Read more...

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Greetings and salutations, fellow Lifehackers. I’m chuffed to be hosting my very first Friday Open a Thread; please be kind to me. The Friday Open Thread is brought to you by HackerSpace, a reader-run service of Lifehacker.Read more...

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Owning rental property is a great way to generate passive income . If you’re not sure how to pick a property or determine what rent should be, use the 1% rule as a guide.Read more...

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Flour isn’t just made from wheat. Not only are there “alternative” grain flours, some are made with nuts, legumes, and even spuds. They may seem reserved for the gluten-free, health-conscious set, but when used well wheatless flours can be amazing. We’ve rounded up a few, and some delicious ways to use them.Read more...

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The work day is over but you’ve still got a long drive home. You need to relax. This playlist can help with some soothing pop jams to take you home.Read more...

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Loss of motivation can kill your productivity, but if you can switch things up while you work, you’ll keep yourself fresh and focused. Prioritizing and scheduling tasks into activity blocks that aren’t constrained by time can help.Read more...

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What’s the price of a free app? That’s not a zen koan, that’s what I ask myself when I know I’ll be faced with a million annoying in-app advertisements in an otherwise free app. Google is trying to make it a little easier on us with a new labeling scheme.Read more...

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Deadspin Eli Apple’s Mom Might Be The Best Sports Mom In The Game | The Muse USA’s Olympic Uniforms Are WASPy Bullshit | Gizmodo This Rumor About Senator Barbara Boxer’s Views on iPhone Encryption Is Too Amazing to Be True | Gawker Little Scamp Causes Full Minute of Dead Air on NPR on Take Your Child to Work Day |Read more...

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If you don’t have strike anywhere matches, and the striking surface on your matchbox has worn out, this last resort trick can help you get a fire going.Read more...

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Facebook launched its new standalone Facebook and Messenger apps for Windows today, bringing native desktop notifications, a faster News Feed, and a built-in browser to make sharing articles even easier.Read more...

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The first step (always the hardest, right?) in solving a problem is recognizing you have one. We’re all familiar with the feeling of grappling with a head-scratcher for longer than we’d like. It can take a while to connect the time we’ve lost staring at the screen with the fact that we’re stuck on something and it’s time to try a new approach.Read more...

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If you have one of those kitchen setups where your trash cans are inside a cabinet, you know it’s always gross to have to open up that drawer when your hands are dirty. Instructables user homesteadonomics came up with a solution to open the cabinet with a kick. Read more...

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Google’s OnHub router is a pricey, but it’s still a handy smart router. It’s getting even smarter with integration with the automation service, If This Then That.Read more...

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Ever wanted circular folders instead of the squared off ones on your iPhone? Youtube user videosdebarraquito shows off how to do that by using a special wallpaper image.Read more...

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Data science is a growing career field that pays well. If you are interested in programming, math, and/or statistics, this career could be perfect for you. There are, however, three different data science roles for you to consider.Read more...

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Wedding markup is very real, and Consumer Reports has the numbers to prove it. In a recent study, they found that 28% of vendors increase prices for wedding events. The good news is, many of these vendors are willing to haggle when you call them out on it.Read more...

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If your gynecologist has turned down your request for an IUD in the past, it might be time for another try—or another doctor. Older rules said that women who had never given birth shouldn’t get IUDs. That changed years ago, and docs are slowly getting the memo.Read more...

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Saving for retirement seems overwhelming, and a big part of that is it’s just so much money . For example, if you’re 40, you’re supposed to have twice your annual salary saved. If you’re starting late, that might seem impossible. Like all goals, it helps to start small , and NerdWallet’s new retirement calculator helps you do just that.Read more...

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Weaving bacon strips together is the best way to get more bacon flavor out of every bite of your BLT or burger . If you’ve never woven bacon (or a basket) before, this video will show you how to do it.Read more...

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If you want a Big Green Egg charcoal grill, but don’t want to cash in your 401(k) to buy one, this Char-Griller alternative is down to an all-time low $288 today, and a great investment for meat lovers everywhere.Read more...

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I love coffee. I drink it every day. I love trying new brewing methods at home. I’m also lazy when it comes to my daily cup of coffee. I’m not willing to go through the ridiculous steps most coffee connoisseurs suggest for the “perfect” cup. With that in mind here are a few tips I’ve picked up over the years to make a good cup of coffee as conveniently as possible.Read more...

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One of the best things about Google Photos is that it’s easy to find a photo by searching, but today the service made it even easier to find that specific shot you’re looking for. They’ve also added editing tools for Google’s auto-generated movies that let you use your own music and add photos to them, and more.Read more...

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