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from http://lifehacker.com/ 27 days ago

The Concourse “I Don’t Believe I’m In The U.S. Anymore” | Jezebel Disobey Orders | Gizmodo Hackers Locked Every Room in This Hotel Until a Bitcoin Ransom Was Paid | The Root The Radical Uses of Anger: All White Women Are Not the Enemy, But White Supremacy Always Is |Read ...

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There are lots of skills that you can learn to advance your career, but instead of tackling all of them, focus instead on building one or two “hip pocket” skills that set you apart from your colleagues.Read more...

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Hello fam! And welcome back once more to our topic-picking session for Will It Sous Vide?, the weekly column where I make whatever you want me to with my immersion circulator.Read more...

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Some of the worst jobs you’ll ever work will try to tell you that “You’ve gotta be tough to work here!” They’ll make you think you’re too weak if you feel like you have to quit for your mental health. This is very rarely true.Read more...

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Nobody ever has enough power outlets, so why not stock up before you need one with Amazon’s one-day sale on Belkin surge protectors? 6- and 12-outlet strips are perfect for behind your TV or couch, and there’s also a dual-outlet travel surge protector that doubles as a 30,000 mAh battery.Read ...

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Android’s designed largely for mobile users, but since it has Linux at its core, it can work with a desktop environment as well. If you’ve ever wanted a Linux-style GNU workspace for Android, this guide from XDA can show you how.Read more...

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Passive aggressive can often cause more problems for the people around them due to spite, frustration, or just general manipulation. If you want to curb that behavior, highlight how much it costs them to be passive aggressive.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 27 days ago

Windows/macOS/Linux: If you’re on the lookout for a digital painting tool and Photoshop is too expensive, Krita is a fast, free, and open source art tool that was developed by artists looking for something that met their needs without a ton of bloat or overhead. Plus, it’s completely cross-platform.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 27 days ago

This week we’re talking about logo changes—and if anyone ever actually likes them, how likely we are to get hit by a giant asteroid, the evolution of recorded music from wax cylinders to MP3s, and 25 years of PowerBooks, iBooks, and MacBooks. Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 28 days ago

Taking great photos doesn’t necessarily require tons of training and nice equipment. You can improve all of your photos with just a few tweaks to the way you shoot.Read more...

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A lathe is an extremely cool tool, but it’s also a pretty intimidating machine. YouTuber I Like to Make Stuff decides to learn basic how to use his new machine by making a tool handle. Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 28 days ago

You’ve probably seen those fun time lapse videos that make subjects look miniature, like toys or models surrounded by a realistic looking environment. This style requires a tilt shift lens, but this tutorial shows you how to create the effect without one. Read more...

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Android: Widgets are one of Android’s most unique, flexible features. They can clutter your home screen if you have too many, though. Quidgets lets you tuck them away in your Quick Settings shade instead.Read more...

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Traditional Spanish tortillas usually start with potatoes that have been cooked in olive oil until soft—which can take over half an hour—but you can get one on the table in just ten minutes with the help of kettle cooked potato chips.Read more...

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Your favorite cold brew coffee maker, science eBooks, a programmable wall plug, and more lead Sunday’s best deals.Read more...

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