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Back in March, Private Internet Access (our readers’ favorite VPN service) raised its prices for the first time ever. And while our readers can still get an exclusive 3-years for $99 plan, they just lowered their other plans back to their old prices for a limited time.

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After getting announced earlier this spring, Apple is finally starting to invite customers to try out its new credit card this week. And while the Apple Card’s rewards aren’t all the impressive compared to high-end cards from Chase and Citi, for anyone intrigued by the card’s privacy features or deeply invested in…

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Spence has a very cool mom who likes some very cool cars. Unfortunately, her Audi S8 with the awesome V10 motor met the fate that most Audis do when they hit a certain age, so it’s time for a new ride. He is having trouble pointing her in the right direction and needs our help. What car should she buy?

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If you can’t start your day without a shot (or three) of espresso, buying a nice machine (i.e. one that you’ll actually want to use) for your home can save you money in the long run compared to going to a coffee shop every day. Hell, it might even allow you to retire some day.

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Dear Salty, Last night as I was carrying some clean wine glasses from the kitchen out to the dining room, I slipped on a small spill in the kitchen and fell into some metal shelves. I broke all the nice glasses I was carrying and had a couple small cuts, but was otherwise fine. The chef/owner of the restaurant saw…

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Whenever I consider getting takeout for lunch or running out for a latte during the workweek, I often pause to think about how much time it will cost me—not the time away from my desk, but rather the time spent working to add up to the amount I am about to spend. It doesn’t always stop me from making that impulse…

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Now you can ask Alexa to slow down if she’s responding to you too quickly.

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As someone who’s worked on a laptop (and, uh, played the Nintendo Switch) in the passenger seat of a car on more than a few occasions, I’m all too familiar with power inverters that convert your car’s power outlet into an AC outlet. They’ve been around forever, and they work fine, but they’re way too big to keep…

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I have been celebrating my birthday since Sunday, and it has involved a not insignificant amount of drinking. I’ve had margaritas in Mississippi, a Viuex Carré at Carousel Bar, and a really dank grasshopper here in Portland. And now—in typical Leo fashion—I’m asking you to continue celebrating with me with a few of my…

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The next time you find yourself in a foul mood, ask yourself how much it relates to what’s going on around you—and how much it relates to your energy level.

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Your summer reading list just got more accessible, thanks to a project funded by the New York Public Library. Most books published in America before 1964 are in the public domain because the authors didn’t extend the copyright. And their aversion to paperwork is our gain, because many of these are available for free…

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We’re sort of conditioned as parents to put a lot of weight into the traditional milestones: The first tooth and the first bite of solid food. First words, first steps, first day of school. And, yes, these are all great (although the week leading up to the first tooth isn’t particularly pleasant). But in the nearly…

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A 40% Off Anker Smart Home Products sale, 30% Off Select Styles at Adidas, and an iRobot Roomba 671 lead off Friday’s best deals from around the web.

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I personally believe everyone should know three origami folds: a paper crane, a dollar bill ring, and at least one fancy way to fold a dinner napkin. The best site to teach you how to fold a napkin is Animated Napkins.

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Generally speaking, restaurant phone numbers you find on Yelp are the entity’s actual, real-world phone number. But there’s also a way to dial the wrong number for a restaurant, which connects you through Grubhub and allows the company to claim referral fee for anything you might then order.

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On Wednesday, Senator Bernie Sanders announced his plan to legalize weed by executive order if he were to become president. Like several other Democratic candidates (or all of them—except for one) who intend to legalize weed, many presidential hopefuls have wide-sweeping plans to expunge the records of those convicted…

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A new calculator from Omni Calculator shows you how many books you could read in one year, if you checked them instead of checking social media. Enter how often you check social media (or any time-wasting sites that you’re willing to give up), and how long you spend there each time you visit. Omni Calculator will turn…

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In this week’s tech-advice column, we’re tackling one of the oldest and most common questions—we see it around the web, and are pestered about by friends and loved ones again and again: “My computer is slow and I don’t know how to make it faster again.”

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40% Off Select Anker Smart Home Products | Amazon | Promo code KINJASMART

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Ecobee Switch+ Light Switch | $45 | Amazon

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Tuition isn’t the only factor that goes into the cost of college—and if you don’t take the time to calculate all of the potential expenses, you may end up choosing a college that’s less affordable than you realized.

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On Wednesday, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Apple after it was discovered that Siri, the iPhone’s virtual assistant, retained voice recordings of some of its users to improve its voice recognition software. While its “listening program” is currently disabled, Apple plans to create an opt out feature for…

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Apple has updated its USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter, a dongle you plug into your Mac or (newer) iPad Pro so you can connect an external display or standard USB device. The newer version of its Multiport Adapter adds support for HDMI 2.0, which includes:

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Maybe you’ve done your online research about what your experience is worth in the job market. But if you’re not asking your peers what they make, you might be selling yourself short at your next salary negotiation.

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What do Donald Trump, Flavor Flav and Elmo have in common? There may be multiple acceptable answers to this question, but the one we’re looking for today is that they all have been known to talk about themselves in the third person. Now, that’s not exactly a resounding vote in favor of communicating in this way, but…

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A question I get a lot from people who wear clothing is, “Where can I buy clothes that don’t cost too much, but won’t fall apart after the first wash?” As a former vintage clothing reseller and a long-time fashion podcaster, I’ve seen the good, the bad, and the very very ugly when it comes to clothing quality.

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Less than a year after launching its not-quite-a-savings-account Smart Saver product, popular robo-advisor Betterment is taking big steps towards becoming a real bank by introducing two new services: true savings accounts, and free checking accounts.

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We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today.

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You know the drill: your order something from Amazon and wait for either the doorbell to ring or for that delivery confirmation email to pop up. But let’s say you get that email notification, open the front door...and find nothing. Was your package stolen? Maybe! But there are other possible explanations.

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GLOW IS BACK and they’re in VEGAS and let’s hope this show continues being a heartwarming dramedy where nothing truly terrible happens. Dear White People, Derry Girls, She-Ra, and Mindhunter are back too. And there’s a new prequel to Dark Crystal. Here’s what else is coming and going on Netflix in August.

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Three Pounds of Chicken Wings For Life from Butcher Box, Refurbished Apple MacBook (2017) 12" Laptop and iPad Sale, and Nordstrom Rack’s Clear the Rack lead off Wednesday’s best deals from around the web.

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If you’re texting someone about a parenting task—a caregiver, a tutor, a fellow parent with a play date, any time you talk to a third party about your child—then include your partner on the text. It’s like CCing them on an email thread, only you might be less used to it. It keeps you on the same page. And if all the…

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I love seeing my child paint. I fear seeing my child paint. These two feelings coexist. Whenever my six-year-old daughter is ready to go full Jackson Pollock at her art table, I’ll usually squeeze some paint into a few paper bowls. But the Parent Pack shares a way to keep things cleaner: Pour the paint into clear…

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Veggie Bullet Electric Spiralizer & Food Processor | $60 | Amazon

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When Kirsten Vangsness landed the role of hacker Penelope Garcia in CBS’s Criminal Minds, she was still working multiple day jobs. She was also working in theater, which she now participates in as a playwright and actor. We talked to her about her career, her bullet journal, and why she likes to wash dishes and wipe…

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Roughly three months after his report which examined President Trump, Russia’s interference during the 2016 election, and possible obstructions of justice, Robert Mueller will testify in front of the House Judiciary Committee and House Intelligence Committee this Wednesday morning.

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$299 Custom Suits | Indochino | Promo code KINJA19

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Three Pounds of Chicken Wings For Life | Butcher Box

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When I make shrimp cocktail at home, I feel like... an asshole? It doesn’t seem like a dish I should be eating in my studio apartment. Shrimp cocktails are reserved for weddings, steakhouses, and family gatherings. You get in your car and drive somewhere to get a shrimp cocktail, unless you have a butler. I always…

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News broke today that the VLC Media Player—immensely popular and Lifehacker-recommended—allegedly has a pretty severe bug that could allow allow a “booby-trapped” video, as The Register put it, to either crash the player or execute remote code. The former? An annoyance. The latter? A huge security issue, one that’d we…

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I have an electric stove in my apartment. I also have limited cooking skills. Combine that lack of skills with my tendency to be clumsy, and you won’t be surprised that cooking messes are plentiful, and sometimes I am lax in cleaning them thoroughly and with urgency.

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If you were affected by Equifax’s massive data breach in 2017, you can finally request compensation. The Federal Trade Commission has announced a settlement with the credit bureau that includes $425 million for the 147 million people who had their data compromised.

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Imagine, if you will, a nightmare scenario: You have made a pile of delicious breakfast carbs. They might be fluffy pancakes. They could be pillowy French toast. They are hot and buttered and ready for action. But then you open the fridge and find that you are nearly out of maple syrup.

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A lot of us would love to spend more time with our friends—but it often takes several rounds of back-and-forth before landing on an evening or weekend when everyone is free.

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In Puerto Rico, protests have taken over the country, calling for the resignation of their governor, Ricardo Rosselló—who is now expected to resign today. After a leak of messages between the governor and his inner circle, Rosselló is being held accountable for a series of personal attacks on government officials,…

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Begun, the content wars have. Disney is set to kick off its Disney Plus streaming service November 12, which means that your experience watching Disney content on your favorite streaming service is about to get all mucked up. After all, Disney isn’t going to let content live on Netflix when it could instead use your…

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How do you track, store, or spend your extra coins? Do you deposit them in the bank? Run them through the Coinstar machine? Drop them in the tip jar? Or have you gone cashfree and haven’t had a single greasy penny mashed into the bottom of your wallet or purse for years?

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When I was pregnant with my son nine years ago, I remember being a little nervous about the process of actually giving birth. Hahahahaha, just kidding, I was petrified. While all the other pregnant women from my “new moms group” were gushing about the “natural, med-free birth” they dreamt of, I was like, “Holy hell,…

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