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So far, self-driving cars have a safer driving track record than most humans. This seems impressive, but part of the reason is because we suck at driving. We’re in a hurry, we get angry, and we take unnecessary risks. In those areas, self-driving cars have a few things they could teach us.Read more...

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This jump starter for your car is also an emergency hammer, 11000mAh external battery pack, and LED flashlight. It’s also only $30 today with code AVJ9ZMGD, which is one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on any portable jump starter.Read more...

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Messages can take up a lot of space on your iPhone. It’s simple enough to go in and delete old messages (and the photos that came with them) to free up space. However, there’s another option: lower your image quality and size to begin with.Read more...

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If you have a couple large metal cans in your recycling bin maybe from beans, soup, or canned tomatoes, wash them out and turn them into a wine rack. You’ll have a new place to store your wine with just a few minutes of work, and while the look isn’t for everyone, it’s definitely easy to make.Read more...

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Gap clothes, a popular vacuum, and a $35 electric shaver lead off Tuesday’s best deals. Read more...

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Like any meal, the key to a good packed lunch is balance. A school lunch should be healthy, tasty, and easy enough that you (the parent) actually has time to pack it, and “thinking in threes” can help make this a reality.Read more...

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The popular, athlete-endorsed sports drink company Gatorade recently released a line of “Organic” sports drinks called G Organic. Reimagined name aside, the now healthy-sounding sports drink boasts a shorter list of ingredients, including “organic cane sugar”, but the drink is really little more than glorified, colored sugar water.Read more...

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Tekton’s Everybit Tech Rescue Kit includes just about everything you need to pry open modern electronics, including pentalobe screws, triangle bits, spudgers, a suction cup, and more. There are 45 pieces in all, and they can all be yours for $19 today.Read more...

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Philips’ Norelco 3500 is a popular entry-level electric shaver at its usual $60. But at $35, it’s an absolute steal. That gets you a 45 minute battery, the ability to charge it enough for one shave session in just three minutes, and even a pop-up trimmer for sideburns and mustaches.Read more...

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Saving money often feels like a sacrifice you have to make to benefit your future self. It’s true, saving now means more security when you need it later, but there are some present benefits to saving. For one, it offers some freedom and confidence when it comes to your career.Read more...

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Amazon only allows merchants to give free samples of products to users if they disclose this fact in their review. Usually, these reviewers claim they were asked to give an “honest” review. Despite this, these still end up biased towards being more favorable than other reviews.Read more...

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Arguably, Android Nougat’s biggest new feature is the ability to run multiple apps at once. However, developers—like those behind Pokémon Go—can opt out. Fortunately, you can force apps to run in split-screen mode anyway.Read more...

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Of all the wild animals found in the U.S., the alligator is one of the most intimidating. Its scaly skin, reptilian eyes, and sharp teeth make it look like an actual monster. The fact that they kill their prey with a move called a “death roll” doesn’t help dissuade fear either. But with a little knowledge, you can easily avoid being gator bait.Read more...

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You don’t want to carry a ton of stuff with you everywhere, which is why this bag over on Everyday Carry is a great nice reminder that less is more.Read more...

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Coconut oil makes a great swap both in and out of the kitchen, and one tasty reason to use it instead of other fats when baking is the extra moisture it adds to your baked goods. You get the right consistency and moist results without adding heaviness.Read more...

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Twitter is loosening the character limit that’s been its signature feature since its launch. It’s not exactly opening the floodgates though; rather, images, links, and other media will no longer count towards the 140-character limit of tweets. That and more in today’s news.Read more...

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Fish hooks can be dangerous to work with, especially if you’re inexperienced. An empty dental floss dispenser can keep the pointy, barbed end away from your fingers while you tie on your line.Read more...

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Those awkward moments when you chat about the weather or news with your interviewers before they start asking questions aren’t just them trying to be nice. Turns out the gift of gab might get you a gig.Read more...

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One of the easiest personal finance tips out there is to simply stop wanting more stuff. It’s simple, but it’s true–if you had an easy way to basically eliminate your desire to acquire anything new aside from things to cover your barest needs, personal finance would become incredibly easy. Sadly, humans don’t work that way.Read more...

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Today is International Talk Like a Pirate Day for some reason. While fake holidays like this are usually pretty silly, they’re awesome when you can get free stuff for no reason. Like donuts.Read more...

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iPhone: iOS 10 brought a ton of great new features and it opened things up to third-party apps. Airmail, one of the best iPhone email apps , is taking advantage of those new features with an update today.Read more...

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Deadspin A DraftKings Contractor Won Over $1 Million Playing DraftKings Yesterday | Jezebel Radar Online Says It Has Identified an A-List Actor Involved in a Pedophile Sex Ring | Gizmodo Feral Cats Are an Ecological Disaster | Deadspin Adrian Peterson Has A Torn Meniscus |Read more...

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It’s tempting to want to start your workout with the easiest part, and build up to the more intense stuff by the end. But if you’re having trouble motivating yourself to come back for another sweat session, flipping your workout around could leave you with better parting memories.Read more...

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As an inexperienced runner, I wouldn’t think there’s much I need to know; running is like walking, but faster, right? But of course, spend enough time hitting the pavement and you’ll quickly learn that there’s more to avoiding running injuries than just endurance. You need to pay attention to how you run.Read more...

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Through years of Kinja Co-Ops and Kinja Deals posts, we’ve uncovered a litany of affordable accessories that can drastically improve your driving experience. Read more...

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