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Some of you may wait until your towels smell funky to wash them. As it turns out, it's better to launder towels pretty frequently—ideally, after every 3-5 uses.Read more...

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iOS/Android: Using the description of a bottle of beer or wine to see if you'll like it can be hit or miss. NextGlass is a new app that uses a huge database of drinks, your tastes, and your smartphone's camera to tell you—just by scanning the label—if you'll love or ...

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If you've been itching to build yourself a new rig, Amazon's come to the rescue today with fantastic prices on a huge variety of PC components and accessories.Read more...

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Here are some little-known ways that landlords violate landlord-tenant law and end up costing you money — along with some tips on how to keep what you deserve without burning any bridges.Read more...

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Now is a great time to go shopping for an Android phone, but there are tons of options. Sure, you can judge them by check-box features like processor speed, screen size, or battery life, but that's only part of the picture. We want a complete view, and to hear which ...

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Windows: Your internet connection handles a variety of traffic every day. When there's a problem, its not always easy to find out which app or site is the problem. Glasswire simplifies this process in an easy, user-friendly package.Read more...

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Not every lie is bad. Some lies keep people happy, and keep our relationships strong. Whether you're keeping a close friend's secret or telling our mother we love the sweater she knitted us, even if we don't really like it, some lies are necessary—even helpful. Before you lie, though, ask ...

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Flickr user Yusuf is feeling the chill, and so are we after looking at this desktop. If you like the look as much as we do, here are the tools you'll need to set it up on your computer. Read more...

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It's okay to be late every once in a while, but when it regularly affects you and others around you, it's time to fix it. When you know you have to be somewhere at a certain time, count backwards from that point and plan your schedule as honestly as possible.Read ...

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Nothing spurs the imagination quite like a good myth. Today's wallpapers invoke the power of history's greatest stories to bring the myths of yore to your desktop.Read more...

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One of the most deterring parts about trying to lose weight is that moment when you look down at the scale. This custom built scale ditches unsatisfying numbers and uses a Raspberry Pi to actually talk to you when your step up to help keep you motivated.Read more...

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A wallet doesn't just have to be a plastic sleeve you toss your stuff in and put in your pocket. The best ones look great, are well made, and will last a lifetime. Last week, we asked you for your favorites , and after tons of nominations, looked at the ...

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One of the problems most people face when creating new habits is that when things go wrong, the habit change falls apart. That's because every habit plan starts out as a fantasy: "this is how I hope things will go." And then when reality gets in the way, the plan ...

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With the cold weather starting to come in, 'tis the season to start winterizing your house . You can make a simple, but effective draft stopper that keeps warm air in and cold air out with a pool noodle and a pillowcase or sheet.Read more...

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Gawker Remember When Ashton Kutcher Mistook Slain Girlfriend's Blood for Wine? | Gizmodo How Magic Leap Is Secretly Creating a New Alternate Reality | Jalopnik There's A Robot Delivering Individual Water Bottles At The LA Auto Show | Jezebel John Hodgman Quits Uber Over Executive's Threat to Dox Female Blogger ...

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