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You don't have to live large or have a huge garage to get your DIY on , but apartment dwellers and people in small spaces can often find it challenging to find room for tools or just flat space to work. This space-saving workbench handles both, and bonus, it's easy to build yourself. Read more...

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Life hacking is all about doing things easier, but it's important to remember that not everything is easy. There aren't many "get rich quick" schemes in life—whether you're talking about money, productivity, relationships, or something else. Sometimes, the hardest tasks are the ones that matter the most.Read more...

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Sometimes, you need to be ready to leave town on a whim, which is why part time driver and office executive Aaron G's bag includes everything he could possibly need to travel on short notice.Read more...

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We've talked about ways to get wrinkles out of clothes without having to iron, but honestly, sometimes ironing is the best way to make your shirts look good and get them wrinkle free. It doesn't have to be a hassle either. This video from The Art of Manliness shows you how it's done. Read more...

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Windows 8.1 Update 1 is out, and with quite a few improvements . However, the Start screen's power button only shows up on some devices. Our friends at Hackerspace has a guide to hiding it if you don't want to see it (and showing it if you do).Read more...

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Amazon is running another promo on their Kindle Fire HD line, but today they're taking things a step further by tacking on an additional 10% off for Prime Members. Here's a free trial.Read more...

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The most recent LastPass app for Android adds an incredible new feature: now, it can autofill your login and password information for you, both in Chrome and in other Android apps.Read more...

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Android: There are many ways to uninstall apps on Android, but if you're looking to do a spring cleaning, App Eater may be the way to go. Not only can it remove many apps at once, it can lock certain apps so they're hidden from your home screen or launcher.Read more...

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Do you ever sign up for a credit card just to receive the reward? Among credit card reward enthusiasts, the strategy of applying for numerous cards in order to earn multiple sign-up bonuses is called credit card churning. But is this a good practice, and can it affect your credit score?Read more...

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Mac: The volume keys on a Mac keyboard and an Apple Remote are great ways to control you Mac's volume, but that only changes the system volume, not the volume in iTunes. If that's a problem for you, iTunes Volume Control is a simple little app that changes that behavior. Read more...

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Garage door openers are simple enough when it's just a button, but if you want something more high tech, Instructables user MegunoLink shows off how to build a garage door opener you can control with your smartphone. Read more...

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Mac: The "Sum" function in spreadsheets is great, but if you're not the type to do all your list-making in Excel, coder Brett Terpstra built an OS X System Service that allows you to total up any set of numbers in any document. Read more...

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Insomnia can be very frustrating and we've all been through it—staring at the ceiling in the middle of the night, hoping to catch a few winks before the dim blue light of dawn shows up. Luckily there are ways to improve your sleep. At soon-to-launch startup Casper, co-founders Philip Krim and Neil Parikh have been hard at work testing quantifiable sleep products to find out what makes for a better night's sleep. With Philip's entrepreneurial acumen and Neil's background in robotics with NASA (among other things), the duo hope to help people engineer their slumber. Have a question about sleep or the lack thereof? Philip and Neil will be here for the next hour so ask away.Read more...

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iOS: Morning is one of the better dashboard apps for the iPad , working somewhat like a Google Now in that it dishes the weather, your to-dos, and more from a single screen. Now, it's available on the iPhone. Read more...

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This SanDisk flash drive is part of the company's Connect line. The drive streams your media, including documents and video, to your Mac, PC, iPhone, Android, or Kindle, and doesn't need to be plugged in or have a router or an Internet connection to work. The 64GB model is sitting at its lowest price ever, while the 32GB is damn close.Read more...

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Having trouble deciding whether you should blow money on that new gadget? Weblog Budgets Are Sexy has a simple test that might help.Read more...

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Recently, I've noticed something interesting among midsize speakers: many have a very "boomy" quality that grates on the ears. Luckily, you can fix this boomy bass by adjusting one equalizer frequency.Read more...

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Health experts and chefs both often say you should eat "seasonally," or include foods in your diet that are grown at the same time of the year you eat them. For example, that means squash in the summer and fall, and artichokes in the spring. Eating seasonally is important, and carries benefits to your health, the planet, and your wallet. Here are some of them.Read more...

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Ever feel like you're overwhelmingly busy? Of course you have. We all do. But chances are, you might not be as busy as you think—and knowing this simple fact can reduce a lot of stress.Read more...

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After nearly four years and thousands of posts, this will be my last as an official Lifehacker writer. In keeping with the tradition of last days, I have some special stories, secrets, and life lessons to share. Let's get sentimental!Read more...

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One of the horrors of reinstalling Windows is the endless amount of software updates and reboots required to get it secure, stable, and current. But there's a better way: slipstreaming. With a bit of prep, you can create a new installation disc with all the updates included, so everything installs at once.Read more...

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Accidentally getting redirected to a mobile version of a website on the desktop can be obnoxious. However, as reddit user Holy_Jay points out, Wikipedia's mobile site makes split-screen reading on the desktop much nicer.Read more...

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So you're trying to tighten your budget, and you want to know which expenses to cut first. Money blog Moolanomy suggests graphing your expenses to figure out how to prioritize them.Read more...

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