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Android: Google Play Books gets a new tab today called Discover that aims to help you find your next book.Read more...

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We all express and feel love differently, and that can be problematic in relationships. As the School of Life points out, we often help and support our loved ones based on what we think they need rather than what they actually need in their moment of distress.Read more...

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Meditation is a simple exercise with all sorts of productivity and health benefits. If you’ve never done it before, this video does an excellent job of breaking down the basics.Read more...

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Pillow comfort is certainly a matter of personal taste , but considering you (hopefully) spend eight hours a day in bed, it’s worth investing in one you really love. So to that end, we’re hoping to learn more about where our readers lay their heads at night. Check out the rules below, then head down to the comments for this week’s pillow fight. Read more...

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When you track calories to try to lose weight , some apps try to be helpful by giving you “net calories,” a number that takes your food and exercise into account. But this can be supremely confusing, and to make it worse, each app calculates it in their own way.Read more...

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iOS/Android: Google has been tiptoeing the travel game for a while now with useful tools like Google Flights and their hotel search function. Today, they completely jumped in with a new app that manages and helps plan your trip from start to finish.Read more...

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Every part of the interview process can feel tenuous. Here are a few thoughts I’ve had during interviews which I’m willing to bet have crossed your mind at some point, too: If I wear the wrong outfit to the first interview, I’ll get made fun of relentlessly. If I say something stupid during my final interview, the jig will be up—and nobody will ever hire me. And if my references don’t come through with glowing reviews, all the hard work I’ve done to get to this stage will be wasted.Read more...

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If you have a GoPro and a DSLR camera, you may want to use both of them at the same time to capture different angles or get fun behind-the-scenes shots. With a couple of inexpensive attachments, you can connect your GoPro to your camera’s hot shoe.Read more...

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TP-Link networking gear, Game of Thrones, and iTunes gift cards lead off Monday’s best deals.Read more...

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There’s a lot to do when getting ready to study abroad , so registering to vote could easily slip your mind. If you’re studying abroad this fall, here’s how you can register now to vote in the upcoming November U.S. presidential elections.Read more...

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Hey sous vide fans, and welcome back to another topic-picking session for Will it Sous Vide?, the weekly column where you tell me what to cook with my Anova.Read more...

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Who can give you better advice on how to succeed than successful people? Well, if you’re smart, you’d also listen to people who failed so you know what pitfalls to avoid. And maybe back it up with some unbiased data.Read more...

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If you aren’t thrilled with your mattress, but don’t want to pay hundreds of dollars to replace it, a 2" memory foam toppers can make it feel brand new.Read more...

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If you still haven’t upgraded your home network to 802.11ac, or if you just want to fill in a few dead zones in the corners of your home, Amazons running a huge sale today on routers, range extenders and more from TP-Link.Read more...

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Have you ever wanted to be more assertive and get what you want, but are worried that you’ll end up becoming a jerk? Here’s a simple guide to tell the difference: if you’re only controlling your own actions, you’re being assertive. If you’re trying to control someone else, you’re becoming aggressive.Read more...

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Screengrabber Adrian Peterson Injured, Then Dragged Through Some Kind Of Restaurant | Jezebel What’s Up With Julia Louis-Dreyfus? | Gizmodo The Secret iPhone 7 Weaknesses Apple Doesn’t Want You to Know | Jezebel Here’s a Complete List of Winners From the 68th Emmy Awards |Read more...

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In case you’ve somehow missed the news, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is being recalled due to a nasty case of occasionally exploding battery . If you’re buying a used one, however, you can find out if its safe by looking for the green battery indicator.Read more...

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Jet lag is no joke, but you don’t have to resign yourself to suffering. Along with getting some extra sun at just the right time, prepping before your trip, and a good cup of tea, here are a few ways you can beat back the effect of jet lag, whether you’re flying east (when it’s worse ) or west.Read more...

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This week in the Brain Buffet, let’s talk about how quantum computers will change technology, check out boozy travel destinations, super creepy events in history, how politcs impacts gold prices, and watch a live stream of the Earth from the International Space Station!Read more...

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It may be convenient to keep your favorite coffee mug in the office break room, but cleaning it there actually does more harm than good. Here’s why you should bring that mug home and give it a thorough cleaning as often as you can.Read more...

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If you have a contact in your phone who has multiple emails or phone numbers, say for work, home, and cell phone, it’s easy to lose track of which number bubbles up to the top when you search for it. How-To Geek points out that you can set up a default number that simplifies this.Read more...

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Buying a phone outright using beats getting a “discount” with a contract. Of course, that might depend on the carrier and the phone plan. This calculator tells you how much cheaper it is, over time, to buy the phone outright or lease it.Read more...

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Neon signs are cool, but they can be fragile and expensive if you need a custom design. If you’d rather make your own on the cheap, you can use EL wire, some simple plastic tubing, and a heat gun.Read more...

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Unfamiliar kitchens (such as those in vacation rentals or in-law’s homes) can really throw off one’s cooking game. If you happen to find yourself in one that lacks a basting brush and you have fowl to roast, do not fret: a coffee filter can save the day.Read more...

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Phillips’ insanely popular Wake-Up Light is here to change your life. This is a higher-end model than what we’ve previous seen marked down, and includes an FM radio and five different natural sounds to wake up to. Grab it right now on Amazon for under $100.Read more...

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