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I normally don’t like to wade into other peoples’ business, especially when it relates to their consumption of adult material on the web. As long as your hobbies aren’t illegal, super-creepy, or otherwise hurting other people, you’re free to do as you like.

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Identity theft is such a growing problem that it’s become almost routine—Marriott, MyFitness Pal, LinkedIn, Zynga, and even Equifax (of all places) have had high-profile online data breaches in recent years, affecting hundreds of millions of people. To help combat this problem, Experian and other companies are…

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The fun thing about kids is that they all have their own unique way of being so unapologetically weird. Especially when they’re very little and they have not yet been introduced to the concepts of self-consciousness or embarrassment, things like the following—shared by Reddit user u/Otterleigh—are normal and fun to…

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In this weekend’s assignment for our October health reset, we’re going to look at the place where you spend most of your day: your workspace. Health isn’t just a thing that happens when you’re away from your desk; you deserve to support your well-being even while you’re working.

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In the third presidential debate, Donald Trump shrugged off his $750 tax payment from 2016 by saying he paid “millions and millions of dollars” in taxes “in advance.” And that $750? Merely a “filing fee.” Fact-check of that specific claim aside, can you actually prepay your federal income taxes? Yes, you can—but you…

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It’s not just us Olds who are obsessed with the upcoming election. The kids are interested too, even the ones who are too young to vote, but they’re way less likely to get their information from Fox News or CNN, so this week I’m taking a look at how the youngins are seeing our upcoming election/national nightmare.

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However you feel about road trips—whether you rack up the mileage on the regular or are still working through the trauma of family vacations that forced you to pack into a station wagon for hours on end—they are the new normal during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Have you noticed your milk getting frosty? Meat spoiling quickly? It’s likely your refrigerator is set to the wrong temperature. The FDA recommends keeping your refrigerator at or below 40° F (4° C), and your freezer at 0° F (-18° C) to keep your food fresh the longest and prevent the growth of bacteria that could…

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Life is all about growing and learning and morphing (or attempting to morph) into the best possible versions of ourselves. As such, there is a certain thing I am going to stop doing, and I’d like you all to join me on this quest: I think it’s time that we stop calling certain kids “picky eaters.”

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Dyson V7 Origin | $200 | Newegg

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You really have to feel for HBO. For decades, the network has prided itself on being one of the first destinations for recent Hollywood movies to land once they’ve left theaters. That was a big selling point: Sign up for HBO, see the big movies ASAP. But because new theatrical movies basically aren’t a thing anymore,…

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Snapchat is best known for short-term photos and videos—and all its weird face filters—but the app can do a lot more than that. Once the latest Snapchat update hits your device, you’ll be able to “scan” food packaging to view its nutritional information. More importantly, you’ll also be able to look up tasting details…

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The final presidential debate of this election season may be over, but we’re not in the clear yet—there’s another 10 days until Election Day, and who knows how many more days or weeks (or months) until there’s a result. In other words, these stressful times will continue for the foreseeable future. Plus, there’s the…

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A sale on Le Creuset stoneware, kettles, cast iron and Razer Tactical laptop backpacks lead Saturday’s best deals.

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Do you like tacos? What about baseball? And free food? Even if only two of the three apply, you’re in luck, because the World Series is happening right now, and so is Taco Bell’s ninth annual “Steal a Base, Steal a Taco” promotion. Here’s how and when to get your hands on this deal.

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Remember when we learned about food safety in school and were told not to put raw chicken directly on the countertop, or eat raw cookie dough, and that was basically it? Well, as you probably already know, that list has gotten much, much longer, and now includes foods you never thought could be an issue—like onions.

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With used vehicles sales soaring 15% in the last quarter, your leased vehicle could be worth more on the open market than the cost of buying it out. With some finesse, you could pocket the difference and make some money. Here’s what you need to know.

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For many of us—especially before the start of the pandemic—walking was a means to an end, a straightforward way to get to a planned destination. Since COVID hit though, more people are walking around their neighborhoods or on trails simply for the benefit of their physical or mental health.

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Zoom is getting a lot more use now that people need to hold meetings remotely and carry other events virtually that used to involve face-to-face interaction. However, it’s not the only online video conferencing solution out there, and it might not be the best for your needs. There are plenty of other free and paid…

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Learning to edit video and audio is tough, and complicated software interfaces don’t make things any easier. If that rings true for your editing experience, you may want to try Descript, a desktop video and audio editing program for Windows and Mac that transcribes videos and lets you trim, rearrange, and even update…

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The FDA extended its first ever approval (not just an emergency authorization) for a drug to treat COVID-19. The drug is one you’ve probably heard of: the antiviral remdesivir, which has been in use in hospitals for the past few months.

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A new tab-management feature is on its way to Chrome. You’ll need Chrome Canary to try out this new “tab scrolling” feature, but it’s worth the separate installation.

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There’s something about Halloween that can make a good TV show great. Maybe it’s the over-the-top on-set decorations—the kind we’d set up at home if only we had the energy (but, hey, a pumpkin on the front stoop works, too). Or maybe it’s all those makeup artists who can make a beheaded person look truly convincing,…

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You see The New York Times’ “election needle,” and you get anxiety. You read FiveThirtyEight, and you wonder how your candidate can lose after being up by some seemingly impressive number of “points” or polls prior to an election.

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AMD officially announced its brand-new Zen 3 Ryzen CPUs today, and gave graphics-starved gamers a little taste of what they can expect from the release of Big Navi later this month. We’ve extracted as many details as possible from AMD’s event. Here’s what you need to know if you’re looking to make a system upgrade…

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PBS Kids and Sesame Street are continuing to provide opportunities for parents to speak with their kids about race and racism. Over the next week, two specials—PBS KIDS Talk About: Race and Racism and The Power of We: A Sesame Street Special—will premier to encourage families to view together and discuss the topics.

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I don’t know a single person who doesn’t adore a crispy potato. In fact, we love them so much, we have figured out how to enjoy them for breakfast, lunch, and supper. Breakfast potatoes come in two main forms: hash browns and home fries. I don’t care for the latter, mainly because they’re too large. I like my…

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There is no denying the fact that I am very white. Look at me—my face looks like an uncooked roll. And look at how much I write about mayonnaise. The evidence is damning. That’s why, when parenting editor Meghan Walbert dropped the following “snack” suggestion into Slack, I knew I was in a certain kind of trouble. The…

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Sleepovers and pandemics don’t really go together. They are a wonderful childhood rite of passage, what with all that pizza-eating, soda-drinking, movie-watching, and late-night giggling. But all those things (potentially sharing food and beverages! cuddled up next to each other! with respiratory droplets hovering in…

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Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and an infrared thermometer lead Friday’s best deals.

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A new phishing scam is duping unsuspecting victims with enticing links promising access to President Trump’s alleged health records and top-secret COVID-19 treatment information. In reality, these misleading links are triggering downloads that sneak a new, dangerous form of malware onto the PCs of unsuspecting…

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It’s been about seven months since air travel as we knew it changed amid the novel coronavirus outbreak. Now as people are slowly starting to fly again—with even more expected to take the plunge during the holiday season—the question is how to do so in the safest way possible. One idea floating around is that flying…

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Now that working remotely has become the norm rather than the exception for many people previously based in an office, new questions about the arrangement have been popping up. Are your hours more flexible? How and when does your boss expect you to respond to their emails? If you’re working remotely, does it matter

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Why bother with cables when you don’t have to? It’s 2020. There’s no reason we shouldn’t be able to wirelessly connect to all of our devices, whether you’re looking to transfer files, stream media, or even adjust one device’s settings using another.

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Save up to 30% on Shanchar Adjustable Dumbbells | Amazon Gold Box

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Fifty-three percent of millennials have looked into saving money on their car insurance since the pandemic started, according to a recent survey by the insurer Clearcover. That makes sense—people are struggling financially, and with fewer drivers on the road insurers have responded by dropping rates and offering…

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To understand the often unspoken depth with which we were raised in a sexist and racist society, one needs only to become a parent and decide it would be fun to experience some of our favorite books, movies, or cartoons from our childhood with our kids. Suddenly it’s abundantly clear that we didn’t grow up reading…

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One thing that’s changed for a lot of us this year is how we eat. Maybe for the better, maybe for worse. If you stress eat, it probably hasn’t been great. But then again, a lot of us have shifted to cooking more meals at home to avoid restaurants, or just because there are fewer food-serving social events to attend.

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It’s almost quaint to think of what the internet was like was back in 2008, the first time Lifehacker recommended making it a practice to “unplug” from computers and smartphones one night a week, every week. Back then, Twitter and Facebook were in their infancies and MySpace ruled the social media sphere, which was a…

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It’s going to be a while before air travel returns to anything resembling what it was before the COVID-19 pandemic. And after seven months of restrictions on international travel, many people are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to board an international flight. This doesn’t just include vacationers who had to…

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I’ve long known that NSAIDs like ibuprofen are supposed to be able to counteract period cramps, but they never seemed to work for me. It turns out I was using them wrong—they work best if you take them before the cramps ramp up.

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Have you washed your hands? Have you really washed your hands? You’re home! Maybe it’s time for a good hand-washing. Do you think your hands are clean enough right now? That’s iOS 14 in a nutshell.

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