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Dietary restrictions may mean that you can't eat whatever you want, but that doesn't mean there aren't ways around your restriction. These are the best alternatives for flours and baking grains, sweeteners, oils, thickening agents, and proteins.Read more...

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Deadspin 15 Years Later And We're Still Getting New, Sad Ryan Leaf Stories | Gizmodo Facebook's Rose-Colored News Feed | Jalopnik I Got Paid $1,000 To Park My Ferrari On A Movie Set | Kotaku Sony Doesn't Understand Just Who The Heck Is Buying All Those PS4s Read more...

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Running a startup is pretty much synonymous with "sending lots of emails," but you don't want to be spammy and annoying when you're emailing people for favors or introductions. Here are some of the best email practices for entrepreneurs.Read more...

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Fall is coming, and it's bringing a ton of games for you to enjoy. But maybe you're having a hard time tracking when the titles you're looking forward to are coming out. If that's the case, then the Play Date interactive game release calendar is for you.Read more...

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Depression is something that affects all of us at some point and understanding what's going on in the body is useful to explain depression as a whole. The folks at AsapSCIENCE break it down pretty simply. Read more...

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Last week we asked you which electric razors brought the closest shave and the best features. Now we've got our top five, and it's time to find a winner.Read more...

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Windows/Mac/Linux: You have a billion options for different notes apps, but if you're looking for something that resembles Wikipedia more than a notepad, Scribbleton does the trick. Read more...

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Putting your Mac to sleep from your phone is handy when you leave the room and forget to close things up. Blogger Rick Stawarz shows that it's easy to make this happen using the iPhone app, Launch Center Pro, then Dropbox and Hazel on your Mac. Read more...

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You've just had some delicious corn on the cob, but wait! Before you toss those cobs in the trash, put them to use improving your roasted chicken.Read more...

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If you're interested in a career in programming, Switch is a handy site that will not only suggest a job to go into based on your interests, but also match you to boot camps and other schools for that profession.Read more...

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Microsoft has updated its awesome note-taking tool , OneNote, with handwriting support and more formatting options on Android. There's also a new Android tablet app, and the Windows full-screen app adds printing and a few other features. Read more on Venture Beat.Read more...

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Most people don't head to the job boards until they're dissatisfied with their job or looking for better opportunities. For some people, that's every 2-4 years. How often do you look for a new job, though?Read more...

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We all make mistakes. It's part of being human. Chances are, most of us have repeated a mistake many times. To fix these recurrences, I came up with a method that I like to call the Daily Shower Review.Read more...

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If you're pining for a new set of headphones, these GOgroove Bluetooth on-ears have 14 hours of battery live, a folding design, and solid reviews. They have consistently sold for $80 all year, but a promo code today knocks them all the way down to $30. Get them before they're gone. [GOgroove BlueVIBE Bluetooth Headphones, $30 with code DLX50OFF]Read more...

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Mailbox, the popular iOS and Android email app , has started sending out invitations for its public beta for the Mac app. You'll need a beta key to check it out, but you can request one from the Mailbox site. You can find more info on the Mailbox blog.Read more...

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Windows 8's "Windows Store" is a great idea, but unfortunately, it's a disaster. It's full of scam apps, designed to trick you into buying an app you don't need.Read more...

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Reusable water bottles are great, but even with the help of soapy water and a bottle brush, they can be difficult to clean. When you're finished with the brush, fill your reusable bottle with water and pop in a couple of denture cleaning tablets. Let it sit overnight, and the bottle will be as good as new.Read more...

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Chrome: It's not terribly difficult to download email attachments and add your notes to them if you need to, but wouldn't it be nice to review the attachment, add your feedback in-line, and send it back right inside of Gmail without even downloading the file first? Framebench can do that. Read more...

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Most people don't get to work from home. Those that do find it can be a double-edged sword. More freedom means more responsibility, after all. Even if you don't work from home, here are some lessons learned from the other side that everyone can apply to their daily habits.Read more...

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io9 50 Years Of U.S. Political Polarization In One Gif | Jalopnik A Guided Tour Of The Electric Shelby That Took Pebble Beach By Storm | Jezebel Man Fakes Death in Worst Possible Way to Get Out Of Getting Married | Kotaku Arrested For Marijuana, Jackie Chan's Son Could Face Execution Read more...

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Traveling when you have a restricted diet can be difficult, especially if you don't speak the local language. NerdWallet suggests carrying a card in your wallet that explains your food restriction in the language of the spots you'll be visiting.Read more...

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Cars get stolen. It's an unfortunate fact, and no one wants it to happen to them. Analytics firm Statista has put together a list of the most commonly stolen cars, as well as some tips on how to avoid car theft.Read more...

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Money issues can be tough to tackle. You feel like you have limited control over your finances, and that can be hugely discouraging. So we want to know—how do you stay motivated with your financial goals?Read more...

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Previously mentioned Groupiful makes it easy to collaborate with a small group of others on projects like school projects, home renovations or family reunions, but the service just updated with a sharp new interface, Dropbox integration, and more features to make organizing your to-dos or everyone's to-dos easier.Read more...

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You can save time and hassle by never checking in luggage when flying . Consumer Reports has put together a short video with tips on how to buy carry-on luggage, like avoiding exterior pouches since they can make your bag too big.Read more...

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