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Whether you’re just trying to avoid common money mistakes or have a unique milestone, you likely have at least one big financial goal you’re focused on. We’ve talked before about financial milestones you should have done by the time you’re 30 , but what about you? Do you have any money goals to reach by the time you’re a certain age?http://twocents.lifehacker.com/the-most-commo... Read more...

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A recipe for “smoked” chicken that never sees the inside of a smoker gave me pause at first, but after watching the above video from ChefSteps, I have to admit that their smokerless smoked bird really got my mouth watering.Read more...

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A Dremel rotary tool is one of the most versatile gadgets you can have in your tool chest, and this cordless starter kit from Amazon is down to $75 today, an all-time low.Read more...

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Fast charging is quickly becoming one of the most important features in a new phone. Quick chargers allow you to fill your phone’s battery in much less time . These are the phones that do it the fastest.Read more...

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Android/iOS/Web: YouTube’s new gaming service is set to finally roll out today. In response to services like Twitch , as well as the massive amount of gameplay videos on YouTube, the company is launching YouTube Gaming to give players a space of their own.Read more...

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Snoring is a hard annoyance to prevent. The only time you do it is when you’re too unconscious to realize it. This chart can help diagnose snoring problems, as well as offer a few creative solutions (without a doctor visit).Read more...

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These days a new operating system can be downloaded from the web and installed in a couple of reboots, or “purchased” for free from an App Store. It might seem like a clean install isn’t worth the time and effort. Nothing could be further from the truth. Upgrades may be convenient, but sometimes it’s better to give yourself a clean slate, and not just for that “fresh out of the box” feeling.Read more...

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It’s a clean, white DIY workspace shared by two people. It’s got three floating monitors. It’s got a Hackintosh. And it’s today’s featured workspace.Read more...

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If there’s one person that can provide tips on traveling world, it’s Gunnar Garfors. He’s been to every one of the 198 countries in the world. Here are three items he suggests you should always have on you that you might not have considered.Read more...

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Some conference calls can seem like they drag on endlessly . To silence the chatterboxes and get things moving, avoid scheduling calls during slow, wide open time periods in the day.http://lifehacker.com/5925310/how-to... Read more...

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If you don’t want to shell out for a Thermapen, these colorful meat thermometers give you a reading within four seconds, stick to your fridge via a built-in magnet, and boast a 4.5 star review average. [Cooking Thermometers, $19 with code UWPHWK8N. Multiple colors available]http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...Read more...

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A great HDTV—large screen, great image quality, and solid features—doesn’t have to cost a ton of money. We put a $500 cap on price and asked you for your favorite budget HDTVs . Then we looked at the five best budget HDTVs and put them to a vote. Now we’re back to crown the winner.Read more...

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Despite all the advancements in speech-to-text software, when it comes to the courtroom, a human touch is required to create a perfect transcript. Court reporters work diligently to maintain very high standards of accuracy in their transcriptions—97.5% just to qualify, in fact.Read more...

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If you’re new to using Microsoft Excel, or an experienced user looking for a good visual reference, this handy cheat sheet covers eight helpful tricks for becoming a spreadsheet pro.Read more...

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Here’s a scenario: for the last few years you’ve enjoyed a brand new car with lower payments because you leased instead of purchased. Now that the lease is coming to an end, you have a few options to consider, but you will want to do some planning ahead of time.Read more...

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Mac: You can set up notifications for Gmail in a variety of ways, but if you prefer the web app to a desktop app, you can’t easily get native notification support. Aura makes that possible. Read more...

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Sarcasm’s a great way to diffuse a negative emotion, but it’s easy to go overboard. The Wall Street Journal suggests you stick to only using sarcasm when you’re close with someone to avoid potential confusion. Read more...

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Birth control pills should be taken every day, at the same time—but how precise do you have to be? It depends on the type of pill: for some, you have a day or two to realize your mistake. For others, you only have a window of a few hours.Read more...

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Mac: Dropzone is one of our favorite ways to handle moving around files and today an update makes it a much more seamless experience.http://lifehacker.com/5891836/how-to... Read more...

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If you have a precision touchpad on your laptop, you also have a few new gestures you can use in Windows 10.Read more...

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A growing body of research reveals that practicing mindfulness offers a number of benefits. With at least 700 mobile apps that claim to help you be more mindful, picking one isn’t easy. A new study, however, sorted through hundreds of mindfulness apps and ranked them according to their features.http://lifehacker.com/what-is-mindfu... Read more...

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Three years after co-founding Fitocracy, we launched a new online coaching service to start bringing in money. We needed a way to hook people in, but no one seemed interested.Read more...

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Storing tomatoes in the fridge could keep them from spoiling faster, but depending on the quality of the tomato and how ripe it is, the tomatoes could suffer (in flavor, texture, and color) from refrigeration. One quick trick to help your tomatoes retain their flavor: Dip the tomatoes in warm water before chilling them.http://lifehacker.com/store-ripe-tom...Read more...

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