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Mac: Any.do, our favorite to-do app on the iPhone , is now available as a native Mac app. It comes packed with Notification Center integration, badges, and more.Read more...

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It'd be wonderful if you could just say to children, "People might look different and come from different places, but we're all equal and should be treated the same" and leave it at that. But if recent news has taught us anything, it's that reality is not so simple, and we need to face the topics of race and racism head on.Read more...

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You probably spend too much of your day sitting . Join a walking group to get more physical exercise in your routine. Walking groups also present you with the opportunity to meet new people who are interested in walking as well (and may have other things in common with you).Read more...

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Deadspin Colts Player: Officials Stopped Using Patriots' Balls In The First Half | Gawker Vanderbilt Woman Didn't Think She'd Been Raped Until She Saw Video Of It | Gizmodo Bulletproof Coffee: Debunking the Hot Buttered Hype | Kotaku People Destroying Cars Like in Street Fighter. Sort of. Read more...

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People are putting butter in their coffee. And hey, if you're just craving a new flavor experience, more power to you. The problem is that Bulletproof Coffee, the company behind the trend, is claiming that drinking a mug of fatty joe every morning instead of eating breakfast is a secret shortcut to weight loss and mental superpowers, and now the butter coffee has developed a cult of highly caffeinated, shiny-lipped adherents. So now we have to talk about it.Read more...

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Poaching a lot of eggs at once using the traditional method is time-consuming (not to mention tough). With a muffin tin, you can poach a dozen at once with no problem.Read more...

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Anker chargers are among the most popular items we list on Kinja Deals , and they're almost universally lavished with praise in Amazon reviews, so here's a deal worth checking out. Buy a 6-port desktop USB charger, and you'll get a pocketable Anker Astro E1 battery pack for free.Read more...

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It can be difficult to remember that saying yes to something means saying no to something else. To keep this in mind the next time someone approaches you with an opportunity, ask yourself, "If I had to do this today, would I agree to it?"Read more...

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Discomfort is an essential part of the learning process , which is why it's a shame we avoid it so much. Make yourself accustomed to constructive discomfort by finding new "firsts" to engage in.Read more...

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Well, I'm probably still asleep right now, since I haven't told anyone my office hours yet. Welcome to your weekly open thread, where you tell us all about your hackery problems and pursuits, and we try to be helpful and encouraging or just link you to a bunch of unrelated gifs if we can't do either (!).Read more...

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If you want to sock away more money, automating your savings is the way to go. Digit takes this a step further by calculating how much you can afford to save every few days. As your income and spending change, it automatically adjusts your savings.Read more...

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Android: LibreOffice is one of our favorite office alternatives, and it stands up well to the competition . If you need to read your documents when you're away from the computer, LibreOffice Viewer Beta can help.Read more...

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Have you ever met someone who just seemed to have a knack for something? Within minutes they could come up with an idea that would take you hours? Here's a spoiler: they're not magic. They've just practiced a lot.Read more...

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Momentum is a key force to your productivity. It's the reason that sometimes you can work effortlessly, and at other times it feels like pulling teeth. You can structure your day so that you build momentum and ride it out strategically. Read more...

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Winter can be miserably cold, but the dusky, muted colors can be calming and pleasant. That's the inspiration for this design from My Color Screen user duotoned.Read more...

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Social networks like Facebook and Twitter can be a huge time suck. To reduce the amount of time you lose reading about other people's lives, decide on a purpose before logging in.Read more...

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Unless you can think of a clever way to store them , user manuals are kind of a hassle to keep around. When you find yourself in need of one, however, Central Manuals lets you find and download them for free in the PDF format.Read more...

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If you haven't hopped on the Amazon Prime bandwagon already—or felt that $99 was a little too steep—you can grab a year's membership for about 25% off.Read more...

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Gawker Flight Logs Put Clinton, Dershowitz on Pedophile Billionaire’s Sex Jet | Jalopnik The Way Carmakers Reveal New Cars Is False, Idiotic And Nonsensical | Kotaku Ask Dr. Nerdlove: Save Me From A Terrible Kisser! | Lifehacker Why Your Muscles Get Sore (and What You Can Do About It) | Kinja Popular Posts Read more...

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Having big gaps on your resume can feel embarrassing—you know the person reading it will take note, and probably will consider it a negative. How do you get ahead of their judgement to make your case? Here's a few tips on what you can do when your resume has large gaps.Read more...

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iPhone: You have a ton of options for calendar apps in the iTunes App Store, but Shifts does things a little differently by catering more toward people who don't have the typical nine to five schedule.Read more...

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Evernote is great, but it's not exactly the most minimal, easy to use app on iOS. That said, you can use Drafts , another app in the App Store, to do a lot more with Evernote. Evernote Essentials author Brett Kelley shows off a bunch of tricks for integrating the two apps together for a better experience.Read more...

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Hello, Internet! Welcome to Ask Dr. NerdLove, the only dating advice column that can prove the Millenium Falcon is faster than the Enterprise NCC-1701-D.Read more...

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We're all scared of something, whether it's snakes, rejection, or a wild boar attack. NPR's Invisibilia podcast takes a look why we fear things, how we deal with it, and in the end offers up a formula to keep in mind the next time you're afraid of doing something. Read more...

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Most doctors will tell you to recover from a concussion by resting and waiting for symptoms to subside. But cutting-edge research shows that rest isn't always best. Concussion clinics in a few states use new strategies. Here's how to know if you need to seek out specialized treatment.Read more...

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