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from http://lifehacker.com/ 194 days ago

When you come up with a sweet new name for a site (or just yourself online), it sucks when you find out that it’s been taken on some sites. NameCheckr searches dozens of sites at once to see if your name is free.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 194 days ago

If you’re making enough to break out of the poverty loop, you can probably find a lot of ways to save money. None will save you quite as much, however, as being happy with a lifestyle that doesn’t cost a fortune.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 194 days ago

Android: Most custom ROMs don’t come with Google apps pre-installed for legal reasons. Open GApps helps you install them on a new ROM, and now it can also turn on Google Assistant for you.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 194 days ago

Hello, everyone, and welcome back to a particularly gooey episode of 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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from http://lifehacker.com/ 195 days ago

Breakup songs are an emotional blend of anger, heartache, optimism, and renewal. This week’s playlist hits all the nerves with a blend of songs to mend the pain.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 195 days ago

Non-iron shirts are produced using formaldehyde as the active ingredient. The more you know.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 195 days ago

Building the ideal online dating profile is difficult and can be pretty stressful. If you’re having a hard time gaining traction with your profile, these five tips will help lead you in the right direction.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 195 days ago

QR codes are becoming fairly common sights but are still rarely used because you need an app that understands them. It’s getting a little easier for iOS users today as Chrome can now read QR codes all by itself. That and more in today’s news.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 195 days ago

If you have an Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, Amazon Fire TV, or other Alexa-enabled device, you can now use your voice to play your Plex music, movies, and TV shows.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 195 days ago

Starting today, when you seek out recipes with Google Search, you’ll be able to quickly narrow down your search with recommended categories, as well as be given suggestions for recipes.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 195 days ago

Deadspin The Darkest Super Bowl | The Slot Nancy Pelosi Calls Steve Bannon a White Supremacist Twice in One Press Conference | Gizmodo Watch Adam Savage Give a Nerf Blaster an Impressive Scifi Movie Prop Makeover | The Grapevine Mike Pence Gave a White Man a Shoutout for Black History ...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 195 days ago

When my husband and I had our first child several years ago, we felt financially prepared. We had to dip into our savings for fertility treatments and related medical expenses, but I was steadily freelancing as a writer and editor to supplement the loss. Our bank account was in solid ...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 195 days ago

Facebook updated its search feature today so you can now search for photos based on simple descriptions, like “pizza” or “dog” regardless of if they’ve been tagged.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 195 days ago

Windows/Mac/Linux: LibreOffice, the open source, free alternative to Microsoft Office, just got a big update that adds in a ton of new features alongside a new cloud version you can install on your own server. Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 195 days ago

Chrome: Rearrange Tabs lets you move your Chrome tabs around an open window with keyboard shortcuts. It’s fairly simple, and a nice way to organize them if you have a ton of tabs open. The default shortcuts are good, but if you don’t like them, you can customize them and ...

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