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Self-control is hard to learn. Keeping yourself on task, forming a habit, or even just avoiding certain foods sometimes feels impossible. Over on The New York Times, author Pamela Druckerman suggests using if-then statements to reign things in.Read more...

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Sick of looking at your phone just to check notifications? DIYer Luke Berndt was, so he decided to build a little notifications viewer with an Arduino. Read more...

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Getting the perfect haircut is surprisingly difficult, especially if you're trying out a new barber. The Art of Manliness guides you through getting the perfect cut by simply knowing the right lingo. Read more...

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The topic of introversion and extroversion has been a hotbed of discussion—especially online, where we all present ourselves behind avatars and control how we interact with each other. What do the terms mean, exactly? Do people exist on a spectrum between the two, and can you change? Let's ask a psychologist.Read more...

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With 28% of the popular vote , the Travelpro FlightCrew4 22" Rollaboard made it through your security checkpoints to be crowned the Best Carry On Luggage.Read more...

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It's easy to get caught up in trying to be perfect, healthier, thinner, smarter, and more successful. Self improvement is a good thing, but a lot of us forget how much we need self-acceptance. Read more...

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If you're in favor of a neutral internet—one that's doled out equally to everyone, not preferentially to whomever pays the toll—you've got a few more hours to do something about it. At least, to do something about it the official way, by submitting a comment to the FCC urging the agency not to overturn net neutrality. Here's how to yell so that your voice gets heard.Read more...

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You probably know that you shouldn't shoot vertical videos on your smartphone —but everyone else does it anyway. This simple bookmarklet rotates the video window for you so you don't get a tiny letterboxed version.Read more...

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Whether you're laid off or fired, losing a job sucks. It takes an emotional toll, and on top of it all, you have your finances to worry about. Here are the financial moves you should make when it happens.Read more...

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We all know those people who run into technical trouble with their devices and just want them fixed. They're not interested in learning to help themselves , and you don't have time to help every time they get an error message. Luckily, there are ways to get them help they can turn to—help that isn't you. Here's how. Read more...

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Your photos might be revealing your location without you realizing it. Here's how to make sure your phone doesn't log the location of each photo you take.Read more...

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The Raspberry Pi Model B+ solved the Pi's biggest pain point by adding two additional USB ports, and you can get one right now (with a case!) for just $39. [ Raspberry Pi Model B+ (B Plus) Starter Kit w/Case, $39]Read more...

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Android/iOS: TactioHealth creates a report of your health risks and statistics, based on details you add manually or through wearable fitness gadgets. Read more...

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Financial independence is a fancy phrase that essentially boils down to "Money doesn't rule my life." While some might interpret that as being rich, it can also be as simple as living within the means that could allow you to take any job. Even flipping burgers.Read more...

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A loophole in Audible's security is making it easy to get unlimited free audiobooks, as long as you have no moral qualms about using a fake name and credit card. Read more...

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It's a timeless, exhausting, and frustrating struggle. You're with a friend or your significant other and you're both so hungry you start to wonder what the other person would taste like with a little ranch. Before resorting to murder and cannibalism, try one of these tricks.Read more...

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We like plain text to-do lists around here, but they naturally limit you a bit. Yipgo mitigates this by keeping the text-only interface, but allowing you to designate to-dos, appointments, and more with certain formats. It will then compile all the important stuff into an agenda view for you.Read more...

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Any.DO, one of our favorite to-do apps , just updated its Android app so you can add file attachments to your to-dos. Useful for things like attached shopping lists, documents you want to review, and more, the new feature is available now. Head over to Google Play to grab it, or read more here. Read more...

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Social media can be a good customer service shortcut , but sometimes brands don't respond or aren't active online. If you find yourself in this situation, Wendy Perrin at Conde Nast Traveler suggests you try related accounts, such as the airport you're in or the tourism board. Read more...

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In the last Joinery 101 post, we took a look at joining boards using clamps and glue. Dowels are a simple way to make glued joints even stronger by using small pegs to keep things together. Read more...

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When a new version of a product comes out, it usually means the value of the old version is going to plummet. This is definitely true when it comes to smartphones. Amid Apple's iPhone 6 hoopla last week, uSell.com decided to put a price on the depreciation of older iPhone versions.Read more...

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Jewelry comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, which makes at-a-glance browsing difficult if all your stuff is in a box. If you'd rather have a stand, but don't want to spend a ton of money, you can make a nice-looking one out of plastic bottles.Read more...

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One of Today's Amazon Gold Box deals is a refurbished Brother EHL-2270DW wireless laser printer for $60. If you're still rocking an inkjet at home, you should drop what you're doing and buy it.Read more...

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Android: KeepTrack is a simple app to create a log that you can fill quickly. It also shows you a calendar of your accomplishments, as well as statistics.Read more...

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