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Windows: Tabs in our web browsers are now the norm, and there's no reason other apps shouldn't follow suit. BrightExplorer adds tabs to Windows Explorer to make it easy to work with multiple folders simultaneously.Read more...

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Fables and other moral stories made their way into our books and cartoons when we were kids, but somewhere along the way, we've probably forgotten some of the important lessons they teach. Maybe you've heard these, maybe you haven't, but here are some of the best lessons that you can learn no matter what age you are.Read more...

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A little social support goes a long way towards making positive changes, but putting something on the line helps too. Dietbet does both, and lets you combine your efforts with friends. You put some money into the collective pot, everyone commits to a goal and a period of time to complete it, and the people who make the goal split the pot.Read more...

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Gawker Israel Destroys More Hamas Tunnels, Palestinian Death Toll Nears 500 | Gizmodo The Science of Penis Size: Does It Really Matter? | Jalopnik Jaguar Just Designed The Most Beautiful Way To Carry Two Bikes | Kotaku Terrifyingly Large Insect Found in China Read more...

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Some say you should never lend money to friends or family members. But in desperate times, it can be hard to say no. If you've ever lent money to someone close to you, we want to know, what are your rules?Read more...

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Web: Peggo is a simple web service that takes your favorite YouTube videos, whether they're music, podcasts, or other programming, and saves them as audio files so you can listen to them later or offline. It even removes silence to keep filesizes small, and normalizes volume so you don't get surprised if you're listening through headphones. Read more...

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Meetings and presentations can be a waste of time if they aren't handled well. Designer Michael Dearing suggests taking inspiration from science fairs to make them exhibits that are more engaging and interactive.Read more...

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Moving houses (or apartments) is exhausting. Make your life easier on the first night in your new place by packing a separate box of essential items.Read more...

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YouTuber ssgrey might have stumbled upon the easiest way to squeeze lemon juice, and thankfully he's sharing it with us. You won't get any seeds with this method, and you don't need anything but a knife.Read more...

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It took a little while for the apps to come into their own, but we're at a place now where the iPad has nearly as good of a selection of apps as the iPhone. Now, it's harder than ever to find apps that are worthwhile. Let us save you some time with this collection of the best iPad apps.Read more...

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Employers tend to find all sorts of ways of restricting your activities after you leave the company. Watch out for a non-solicit clause in your next employment contract.Read more...

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Losing a parent is obviously a devastating blow. Some debt collectors may convince you that you have to pay a deceased parent's debt. In most circumstances, this isn't true, but you should know when you might be on the hook for some bills.Read more...

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What do you think of the PC I'm building? What suggestions do you have for an Android Wi-Fi toggle widget? How important is certification for entry-level IT positions? What tools do you suggest for HTML5 video conversion? Which is better in Portland—buying a home or a condo? How do I transfer content from my Wii to a Wii U? Where do you suggest a research a new TV? Read more...

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If you're trying to change a habit, the first time you break the chain you may feel as if you've failed. Stay flexible to get back and keep the habit going.Read more...

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1Password is a great tool for remembering your passwords. Here's a little shortcut for the mobile app you might not know: swipe to the right over a password to copy it. Read more...

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When you get that call or email offering a new job, your first instinct may be to say yes. You might want to reconsider and make sure all the details are in writing before you accept that offer.Read more...

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This is Amazon's first electric bike deal of the day, and I'm fairly confident we've never seen a discount from anyone else. Like a regular bike, except electric, these Jetson Electric Bikes are eco-friendly, come in 12 colors, and are $500 off today. I'm partial to the Purple or Hunter Green, and of course the Black. Jetson is a Brooklyn-based company, and I've been told the bikes top out at about 20mph. [Jetson Electric Bike Gold Box]Read more...

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Good browsing hygiene and "common sense" only get you so far on the internet. A good antivirus utility is worth keeping in your pocket in case either of those two things fail you (as they have been known to in the past) or someone less tech-savvy asks you for a good tool. This week we're looking at five of the best antivirus tools, based on your nominations.Read more...

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Whenever you have a tasty jar of pickles, don't just pour the leftover juice down the drain. Instead, consider saving it and using it in your next mixed drink.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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iOS: Some of us aren't quite sure difference between a Malbec and a Merlot. We get a bit overwhelmed by the wine list at a restaurant. Wine Glass scans the wine list for you and makes suggestions on which wines to order.Read more...

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The next time you run out of toilet paper or need some coffee, your first instinct may be to go to the grocery store. Check out a non-traditional retailer for these things and you might save some money.Read more...

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Don't you hate it when you open a bag of chips into a bowl and the broken chips end up on top? Instead, open the bag from the bottom so the crumbs stay on the bottom.Read more...

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Nothing can ruin a vacation like having your wallet or purse stolen. Minimize the hassle of being without a credit card by carrying different cards than your spouse.Read more...

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