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You can never have enough juice for your gadgets, but the tools you need to keep them charged anywhere have never been cheaper.Read more...

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Many of us want to undertake a project but don't feel like we're ready. We don't have enough money, enough experience, or our ideas aren't fully fleshed out. This is the perfect time to begin.Read more...

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Gawker Meet the Asshole Who Has Bothered "Over 500" Women on the Subway | Gizmodo Four Famed American Structures That Almost Looked Radically Different | Jalopnik Owner Gets Stuck With Repair Bill After Car Is Stolen From Dealership | Kotaku As Far as Anime Censorship Goes, This Is Pretty Ridiculous ...

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It's tough keeping your tool chest organized, especially when you have loose wrenches rattling around in drawers. Grab a few carabiners and gain control of your tools.Read more...

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Everyone knows a car has its own unique identification serial. Fewer might know that bicycles have them too. Before you take yours out, write down the serial number and keep it somewhere safe in case yours gets stolen.Read more...

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Struggling with decision fatigue can zap your willpower , but one way to make sure you're always working towards your goals it to keep a solid "first question" in mind for every choice you face.Read more...

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If you're caught up in the nocturnal money worries cycle, there is hope—for both your sleep and finances. We pinpointed six of the most common financial fears that plague our slumber, and then tapped a psychologist and CFP to help us delve into what's really behind those worries—and how to ...

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The ratio of coffee to water is key to making a great cup of joe. The Black Bear Micro Roastery has made a chart for easy reference, showing you the right amount of water to use with your freshly-ground coffee.Read more...

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When you finish answering a question in an interview, sum up how your skills or experience in that aspect would benefit the company. It helps you seem like a great fit and avoids the awkward pause between questions.Read more...

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Target's low prices will save you money, especially if you know markdown schedules . Consumer Reports tested several items at the retail giant and came up with a list of what to purchase or avoid.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 7 days ago

When you are in a meeting or in class, writing by hand leads to more effective learning . It's just so darn slow. If you skip the letter "e" when writing, you'll write faster.Read more...

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When you work with others, you're always trying to find that balance of connection and separation. You need your own personal mental space, but you also don't want to appear anti-social. A recent article helps you find that "sweet spot" between the two.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 7 days ago

How can I split a coax cable before it goes to my cable modem? Where can I find instructions for a DIY audio video portable player like an iPod? How can I fix the wireless settings on my Windows 7 computer? Where can I find some local geocaches? How can ...

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We homeowners love all the tax breaks the IRS gives us. When we make improvements to our home, we can use those expenses to offset some taxes when selling. Home repairs, unlike improvements, aren't deductible at time of sale though. Here's a quick way to know which costs you can ...

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If you can't get together the funds for a new appliance, you can always rent one. Renting is expensive compared to buying, but sometimes you need that stove for just a few weeks. You'll want to check if it's covered by your insurance, though, before it's too late.Read more...

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