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My sisters are talented in ways that I am not. Sydney (aka “Sid”) is a comic book historian (which sounds fake but is apparently a very serious job), and Meredith (aka “Dith”) is a visual artist who makes unsettling prints of anthropomorphized animals. She’s also crafty, and good at decorating in ways that I am not.…

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Samsung Galaxy Buds+ | $110 | Amazon

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Society6 is a wonderful place where independent artists can share their work with a vast audience. Finding talent and putting the spotlight on them is what they do best. It always seemed like a matter of time before they combined forces with a massively beloved franchise. That day has come. The website has just…

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Hy-Genie Large UV-C Sanitizing Travel Bag | $29 | Meh

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Personal checks are steadily falling into disuse. They’re kind of like fax machines—outmoded, slow, with only a hardened group of people still using them even as they become less practical. Is there any good reason to still use paper checks? In some cases, yes—although you still have to be careful about identity…

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Although Punxsutawney Phil predicted six more weeks of winter, spring will come faster than we think. And since it’s been a long, quarantined winter with most of us staying indoors longer than ever before, it’s likely past time we deep clean things like the air vents of our homes.

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Screenshots are very useful, whether you’re taking them to send to a friend, make into a meme, paste into a Lifehacker article, or remind yourself of something later. If you take a lot of them in iOS, you’re undoubtedly familiar with the preview that pops up in the lower-left corner after you snap one. Sometimes,…

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No need to cover up a smell when you can neutralize it. We’ve written in the past about how a bowl of vinegar can deodorize a room, but the same advice can be expanded to an entire house with slightly more effort: Simmering that same vinegar on the stove can maximize the reach of its odor-eating power.

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When my partner and I announced to our close family and friends that we were expecting, we soon became bombarded by one specific question: “Are you excited?” (Or my personal favorite: “Is Maliq excited?”) Maliq and I had been strategically planning to start a family for the past two years; of course we were excited.…

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I’ll always remember the first time I saw someone use a projector in place of a TV. I went to a friend’s apartment in college for a little gaming party and discovered that my bud had no proper screen in his apartment. Instead, he was just projecting everything onto a gigantic wall. Here I was, a lowly college…

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If you live with student loans, you’ve likely been paying close attention to our government’s ongoing debates about enacting public student loan forgiveness—to the tune of $50,000, $10,000, or none at all. The context is familiar: the average American student loan debt hovers around $30,000, and a repayment crisis…

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Shopping on social media has come with more risks as the pandemic grinds along. Since last year, scams from online purchases make up nearly half of all complaints in the Better Business Bureau’s Scam Tracker, with many of those complaints pointing a finger at shady ads on Instagram and Facebook. Here’s how you can…

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Netflix’s Android app will now automatically download shows and movies it thinks you’ll enjoy. It’s similar to the app’s Smart Downloads feature, which automatically deletes episodes saved on your device after you watch them and downloads the next. However, the new “Downloads for You” feature saves content to your…

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In an online world in which countless systems are trying to figure out what exactly you enjoy so they can serve you up advertising about it, it really fucks up their profiling mechanisms when they think you like everything. And to help you out with this approach, I recommend checking out the Chrome/Firefox extension

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A lot of parenting advice is bad advice. It’s not just that standards and societal norms change over time, it’s also that when something works for one parent and one child, that one parent tends to see their method as the “right” way or the best way—or even the only way. But for every parent who would never let their…

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I will not eat chili the same day it is cooked. It’s not fair to the recipe, and it’s not fair to me. The same goes for stews, most braises, and (ideally) any meat-based pasta sauce. I don’t just let these things “rest” for a mere half hour nap; I let them get that good REM sleep.

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Grammar snobs may shudder in disgust at this idea, but it’s time to normalize the use of they/them as singular pronouns. It’s 2021; no more of this “he or she, his or her” stuff.

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There was a time when streaming services could boast that they were the first to get [insert your favorite big theatrical hit], but that’s becoming increasingly rare in a time when streaming services have only grown more segmented, and also when there were no big theatrical hits last year.

At first glance, I was…

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Using vinegar is a DIY-er’s best friend when it comes to home cleaning, but the smell can be a pungent one. Granted, part of the benefit of using vinegar as a cleaning solution is that it’s a great deodorizer, too—your room will smell strongly like vinegar for a while, but give it a few hours and, like magic, the…

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In the absence of broadly appealing new films and TV series (no Oscar hopefuls this month, I’m afraid), Netflix appears to be looking to the podcast market to figure out how to keep its massive subscriber base happy. Its new offerings in March include a host of documentary series and specials that I would totally…

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You may think you have seen Justice League, but have you seen Zack Snyder’s Justice League? If you you are at all interested in comic books, movies, or troubling think pieces on internet troll subculture, and have been online at all in the last four years, you are probably well aware of what’s coming.
 
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Unlike soups, stews, braises, and chilis, mashed potatoes do not taste better after an overnight rest in the fridge. Cold potatoes are stiff and dry—mere shadows of their former selves. But nuking them in the microwave or stirring them ferociously over a hot burner can only make them dryer and—if you agitate them too…

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Dating is awful. Finding someone you actually like in the age of dating apps—and in a pandemic no less—can at times feels impossible. But don’t give up yet, as this week’s guest has some strategies that just might make dating a little less frustrating.

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I don’t think I have ever encountered a form of ginger I didn’t enjoy. Candied ginger, pickled ginger, fresh ginger—all ginger is good ginger. (I’m also a fan of gingers, but that’s not what this is about.) I lean hard on pickled ginger most of the time—particularly in dressings and drinks—but cold weather calls for a …

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For small children, even the most basic tasks around the home can be a challenge. This is at least partly because homes are built to be used most efficiently by an average-sized adult—everything from the countertops and sinks to the toilets and doorknobs are placed at a height that best suits our comfort, which often…

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Later this year, Mozilla will update Firefox’s desktop design with the new Proton interface. The visual overhaul is expected to include:

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Flour made from chickpeas has more protein than regular white flour, and more fiber. But if you’ve seen headlines recently about chickpea flour’s health benefits, there are some serious caveats you should know about.

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If you’ve recently been liberated from the grip of a relationship that stifled you from doing the kinds of things that brought you joy and fulfillment, then you might want to take a cue from this Reddit thread. In it, it’s suggested that after a particularly bad breakup, you should do 10 things your former partner…

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Asking your friends, colleagues, and loved ones for feedback is hard. Feedback itself can be scary—it’s generally difficult to hear honest, candid criticism of something we’ve done (or ourselves), especially if the people on the other end are bad about giving it. It shouldn’t feel insulting; it should feel supportive.

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For people who aren’t used to patting themselves on the back, crafting a cover letter can feel like a daunting exercise, especially if you’re applying for a bunch of jobs in a short timeframe. But it’s worth the effort—what starts out as a blank word document will become an essential tool with which you’ll market…

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It’s almost Valentine’s Day and we all know what that means. Some poor fool has completely forgotten about the holiday entirely and will wake up in a cold sweat one night with the sudden realization of their folly. There’s going to be a chaotic online shopping scramble over the next few days as partners with terrible…

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When your child is born, you imagine all the possibilities that await them over what you hope will be a long, healthy future. You might mentally fast-forward past their childhood from time to time, daydreaming that they’ll grow up to be a doctor, an engineer, a business owner, an accomplished chef. They might write…

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I am a bit of a grilled cheese purist. I like mine on white bread, slathered with butter (not mayo), and filled with gooey, processed American cheese. A good havarti is also acceptable if the mood dictates a touch of luxury, but harder, acidic cheeses like cheddar or parm are not allowed—unless you’re putting them on…

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It seems like every retailer decided to have a massive video game sale this week. Whether you’re looking for physical copies or prefer to download digital versions, we’ve assembled a round-up of the best console games on sale for less than $15 this week. (There are plenty of games on sale for more than $15, too, but…

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Featured Deal: Presidents’ Day Sale | HP

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With the new coronavirus variants going around, masking up is more important than ever. But which masks are best? Sadly there isn’t a rigorous ranking or standard to rely on, but we know a few things about different options. So let’s take a tour, starting with the best ones.

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Love it or hate it, there’s a decent chance that Amazon is part of your life in some way. Even those who managed to steer clear of it pre-pandemic may have found themselves in a position where they’re relying on the massive corporation to deliver supplies or food.

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I have a friend who recently shared an Instagram post from a wildly problematic figure. I understood my friend to be unaware of who this person is—unlike me, my buddy isn’t plugged into the latest skirmishes in the social media culture wars—so I told him that he should probably take the post down.

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At this point in the pandemic, we shouldn’t need to tell you (again) why it’s important to wear a face mask while on a plane. This is not a new concept—but what is new is the fine structure the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced on Friday. 

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Hearing that there’s been some kind of eye-opening twist on WandaVision might make you anxious about logging into any kind of social media. We’ve already talked about a number of techniques you can use to avoid spoilers on social media, but here’s a new one to add to the mix: Hide Twitter Trends.

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Ethical chocolate can be difficult to find. There are labels to look for, like “fair” or “direct trade,” but these only tell us so much, and the process for obtaining those marks can be expensive for chocolate-makers, not to mention that brands who are careful about where their cacao comes from aren’t for sale in…

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Today, Joe Biden is expected to sign two new executive orders that will increase food aid and expand protections for federal workers. Provisions include enhanced food stamp benefits, firming up $15 minimum wage for federal employees, and expanded unemployment benefits.

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