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If you've been looking for a job, you've seen ads that offer great pay for entry level positions. Lots of scams exist out there, and one way to detect a scammer is by paying attention to who does the talking at a job interview.Read more...

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Often, when giving a presentation, we have to show statistics to illustrate our point. Instead of using a slide, consider getting the audience involved to help them understand the numbers.Read more...

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Picking where to move in a state can be a difficult decision. One thing you may consider is the political opinions of others in the area. Clarity Campaign Labs helps you decide.Read more...

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Usenet has been around for decades, but it's still a great resource, one that offers speed and reliability that bittorrent can't match. Putting aside the whole "first rule of Usenet," this week we're looking at five of the best Usenet providers, based on your nominations.Read more...

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Egg salad is a great lunch for work or a picnic. You've got a variety of ways to crush the eggs, but the best way is with your hands.Read more...

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Every week, we share a number of downloads for all platforms to help you get things done. Here were the top downloads from this week.Read more...

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Whether you've been in the job market for a while or you're a recent grad, you're probably facing the question of where to go with your career. Learning what you are good at, what you care about, and what's important to you is one way of answering that question.Read more...

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When your iPhone or iPad warns you iCloud is running low on storage space, you can avoid buying more space by changing what iCloud backs up.Read more...

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We've all been in a situation when we need to get some quick cash and decide to sell something. Learning some of the phrases to search for might help you score a great deal.Read more...

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Throughout the day, life bombards us with everything we do wrong, and it takes its toll on our self-esteem. Try to fit in an appreciation break during the day to help regain some balance.Read more...

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You might think that paying for lunch is a cheap bribe, but lunch can be a smart way to control the situation and present your ideas in the best possible way.Read more...

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Wobbly chairs are annoying. While a sugar packet might be a temporary solution, try using a wine cork for a more permanent fix.Read more...

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You already know the common strategies for saving money: Automatically set aside a portion of your paycheck, stick to a budget, plan your purchases, and so on. But there are also simple (if surprising) psychology tricks that can help us save even more. Here are ten such mind hacks.Read more...

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Working to craft the perfect profile at Facebook or LinkedIn? This infographic collects everything you need to know about the ideal photo size for different social networks.Read more...

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When it comes to making strong, objective decisions, you're about the last person on earth you should trust. So today, we're taking a page from Seinfeld's George Costanza. Read more...

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When you're trying to be a careful shopper, comparing two similar products is a given. Sometimes, though, if you're having a tough time deciding which one you actually want, the best decision might be to just save your money.Read more...

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Learning to play guitar is a difficult, fulfilling, and fun hobby. The web site Riffstation lets you crank that fun up to 11 by teaching you how to play a song exactly while the music video plays.Read more...

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Taking a little time to be a couch potato is sometimes just what the doctor ordered. If you want to maximize your laziness. tjos DIY setup from Jayvis Vineet Gonsalves lets you control your TV with your beautiful voice.Read more...

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Being a good speaker is easy, but being a good listener is a lot harder. If you're trying to work on your listening skills, The Wall Street Journal outlines a few simple tips to help you tune in. Read more...

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Twenty years ago, if you were a new author interested in getting your book published, you had to shop it around with publishers and hope that someone, eventually, might not reject you. But nowadays you can choose to self-publish anything you'd like. Here's how.Read more...

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There are a handful of sites out there that don't let you zoom in on them when you're looking at the mobile version. This can be annoying if the font's too small or it's just hard to read. To fix this, WonderHowTo shows you how to use a bit of JavaScript in a bookmark.Read more...

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Apple's let the OS X Yosemite beta out into the world, but it's not without its problems. In fact, two quirks are causing issues before you can even download the software. Here's how to fix them. Read more...

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There are lots of places to donate clothing and other items to charity, but few will take things like interior doors or sink fixtures. Habitat for Humanity, however, does—and many of their local ReStores will pick your home improvement remnants up for you.Read more...

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This week we finished up our annual Lifehacker Packs , interviewed Ira Glass about how he works , ran down the best antivirus programs , and hacked our grills . Here's a look back.Read more...

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