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How do you manage a multi-platform household? Not everyone is completely loyal to Apple, Google, Microsoft, or any other tech company. You might own an iPhone and use a Windows PC. Maybe you prefer your Android’s camera and your MacBook’s keyboard. Perhaps you’re just a big ol’ geek and you love devices, period. Read more...

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If you’re anything like Brittney Powell, a skincare blogger at The Blushing Bliss, you’ve tried many different face washes for your acne to no avail. You have to wash your face, but how do you find something that doesn’t dry it out, that doesn’t make your acne worse, or cost an arm and a leg?Read more...

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Last month, Trump announced a new payroll tax deferral that puts a temporary pause on part of the taxes employees pay. The controversial order started on September 1 and says companies may stop collecting the 6.2% tax employees pay for Social Security. While many companies have already opted out, some employees don’t…Read more...

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Have you ever come across a really large number or a measurement in an obscure unit and thought, I have no idea how big or how much that actually is? Wouldn’t it be easier if you could compare to something you’re familiar with, like the length of a basketball game or the size of a bathtub?Read more...

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The feud between Apple and Epic Games is one of the tech world’s biggest spectacles lately, but their clash makes playing Fortnite on iOS a lot more difficult. And it’s only going to get worse.Read more...

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Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, travel has been a complete mess. Given that travel restrictions are an important part of containing the spread of infectious disease, this makes sense. And at first, most people did stay put, avoiding air travel and remaining in their homes (or second homes).Read more...

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Judging by your responses to this week’s Co-op call, the only toothbrushes that matter have rotating brush heads. I’m inclined to agree. Your dentist probably agrees. Buuuuuuuuuut, anything electric and ripe with vibration is better than manual brushing, and many of these brushes offer meaningful benefits, if not…Read more...

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Why perform simple, everyday tasks when you can make a complicated contraption to help you perform them? That’s the idea behind the annual contest hosted by Rube Goldberg, Inc., in honor of cartoonist Rube Goldberg whose cartoons often depicted devices that performed everyday tasks in convoluted ways. For this year’s…Read more...

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If you’ve ever taken a morning shower without first brushing your teeth, maybe you’ve shared in my observation that the shower’s magic loses a bit of its oomph when your mouth still tastes like a dank, bat-filled coffee cavern. (The bats are my teeth.) Read more...

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The formula for a good homemade salad dressing is simple: You need some sort of oil, more acid than you probably think, a sweetener, and some mustard (for emulsifying purposes). Add a pinch of salt, and whatever other seasonings you desire, and you have a lovely, punchy vinaigrette.Read more...

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For many Americans, the pandemic has sparked an interest in career growth—particularly ways they might improve future job stability. Money reports there has been a huge uptick in enrollment for online learning platforms like Coursera since March, and many are looking to boost their skills through certificate programs.Read more...

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With the November election fast approaching, you need to prepare how and when you will vote. The simplest way to be turned away from the polls is to have an expired voter registration, so you should check your registration as soon as possible.Read more...

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Anytime a child is sick, there’s a sudden rearrangement of plans. You might keep them home from school, or possibly call off work yourself. In 2020, there’s a new consideration: where can I get this kid a COVID test? Read more...

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Getting a young picky eater to try different foods can be a years-long battle. Parents of finicky eaters may find themselves winding their way through a variety of tips and tricks to help their kids become more adventurous with food. Some tactics work, some work for a little while, and others don’t work at all. If…Read more...

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I’m amazed I have to write this, but here goes. If you’re on the West Coast or in some similarly disastrous-looking environment—I do love our new orange skies—then you’ve probably noticed that all the particulate in the air (or whatever else is befalling your area) might make the sun look different. Perhaps it’s…Read more...

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Google is slowly rolling out its new “Verified Calls” service, a kind-of supercharged Caller ID that should at least let Android users know whether the number that’s blowing up your phone is a legitimate business or not. As an added bonus, businesses using the service can even list a reason for calling, which will…Read more...

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It can be easy to get overly precious with summer tomatoes. They are, after all, one of the most seasonal of seasonal delights, and obfuscating their summer fresh flavor can feel wrong. Read more...

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The Windows 10 September 2020 update finally fixes the overzealous Drive Optimization behavior that put SSDs at risk. Unfortunately, it also introduces yet another annoying bug that disables sleep mode for some users.Read more...

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Since March, there have been endless reports of pandemic-inspired moves. As CNBC reports, we may be on the brink of “a great reshuffling” as people move away from cities to homes with more privacy and space to work from home. While moving to the suburbs may be appealing—particularly amid the pandemic—it could be more…Read more...

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Last summer I spent a few weeks in Italy, where the time difference is nine hours from my home in San Francisco. That aggressive time change meant that the first week of my trip was spent pretty exhausted. I survived those first few days on naps and coffee. Then one of the people I was traveling with suggested…Read more...

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