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WWDC 2020 is over and done. And while I greatly enjoyed Apple’s virtual setup for the week-long series of events, I had even more fun digging deep into the latest beta for iOS 14 to find all the interesting features Apple didn’t talk about in its big keynote. And now, I’m sharing these digital treasures with you. Read more...

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Eye contact isn’t easy for everyone. And now that we’ve been in isolation for months, it can be hard to remember how, exactly, to interact and function in the presence of other human beings. For now, the closest most of us get is on work video meetings, when you get a glimpse into your colleague’s quarantine life (and…Read more...

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It took 26 years for someone to remake the 1984 horror classic A Nightmare on Elm Street, but in the Content Wars of 2020, no one can afford to let a property lie fallow for that long. Hence, this year delivers not one but two reboots of the 2002 Japanese thriller Ju-On: The Grudge, which you may remember as the other…Read more...

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Before the days of GPS and smartphones, the American Automobile Association (AAA)’s TripTik was the way to plan and navigate your road trip. In fact, it’s been a travel staple for more than a century. There are updated, digital versions of TripTiks available through their app, but those resources are only for their…Read more...

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Ever since Disney+, the company’s streaming service, launched in November 2019, it has quickly become a *family favorite (*including families of one). Although there were a few glitches in its first few weeks, those appear to be fixed, and users have since been able to focus on features like recommendation lists. But…Read more...

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Are you a fan of science TV shows and documentaries? Though they’ve been around in some version since 1903, one 13-part series on PBS that aired in 1980 really captured the country’s attention. It was called “Cosmos: A Personal Voyage” and was created and written by Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan and Steven Soter, with Sagan…Read more...

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While shopping may just seem like something you have to do to get the stuff you need, the way we spend our money has a bigger impact than we may think. Big-box retailers won’t miss the sale if you opt to purchase something from a small business. Plus, when you shop at independent stores, you’ll likely end up with…Read more...

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Given the recent conversations about and demonstrations against racial injustice, the words “systemic” and “systematic” have been popping up a lot, and are sometimes used interchangeably. And while they do have the same root word, they also have different meanings. If you’re not quite sure exactly when to use each…Read more...

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One of the few bright spots of the past few months of quarantine has been Josh Gad’s “Reunited Apart” YouTube series. Every few weeks, he hosts a virtual reunion with the stars and other members of the production team from some of the most beloved movies of the 1980s like “Lord of the Rings,” “Goonies,” “Back to the…Read more...

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One of the new features coming in iOS 14 is the ability to customize your car’s CarPlay interface with one of several new wallpapers. If you don’t know, CarPlay lets you control your car’s stereo and other connected smart car accessories with Siri voice commands, and this version of iOS marks the first time users will…Read more...

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I have often heard of people saying that they were pickpocketed when traveling or that they believe a hotel worker stole money from their belongings. Whether your wallet gets nabbed at the Colosseum in Rome or a pickpocketer swipes it when you’re hopping on a local train line in Barcelona, you’ll never suspect your…Read more...

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Customers at a cafe in Germany were asked to wear pool noodle hats to enforce social distancing and we were blessed with this viral photo. So, of course, we had to test it.Read more...

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Starting when we’re children in school, we’re often labeled based on how other people perceive our “achievement.” Some kids are dubbed “underachievers” if parents or educators don’t believe they’re “living up to their full potential” (whatever that means). On the flip side, others are deemed “overachievers,” if…Read more...

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In our continuing series of improvised home workout gear, today we’re going to talk about how to do pull-ups or inverted rows at home. If you’re used to doing pull-ups on a bar or using cable machines like a lat pulldown, that’s hard to recreate with home equipment. But you do have a few options. Read more...

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Campari, with its burnt, bitter citrus notes and syrupy, almost medicinal character, is not often thought of as “summery.” That particular honor belongs to Aperol. But Campari can do summer just as well as its sweeter cousin. It goes great in a spritz, but you can fashion it into a fruity, refreshing after-dinner…Read more...

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I have a lot of apps on my iPhone. You have a lot of apps on your iPhone. That’s just the of way life in the digital world. It’s gotten so bad that at one point, I had apps on my phone that weren’t even compatible with my iPhone X’s slim-bezel layout. I’ve had apps on my phone that were so old, they wouldn’t even run…Read more...

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Google recently announced a new design for the Google Photos app filled with all-new features and a streamlined look. The redesign is slowly rolling out now for Android and iOS, and some users may already have the new layout and features—including one that will help you keep track of your copious pet pictures.Read more...

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The time-loop structure is one of my favorite movie tropes—films in which a character is doomed to repeat the same period of hours or days over and over until they figure out how to break themselves out of temporal purgatory. Think Groundhog Day, Netflix’s Russian Doll and the horror film Happy Death Day.This month,…Read more...

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You may not be able to travel to Japan for the foreseeable future, but you can now take a virtual tour of the country’s secretive Ghibli Museum on YouTube.Read more...

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Quibi, the new(ish) short-form streaming service for your mobile devices, has been around for almost three months. That means that if you went all-in on Quibi at the beginning with its 90-day free trial, your promo period will expire sometime in the next month—and the subscription fee will kick in unless you cancel.Read more...

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