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Just about every web browser lets you specify your default search engine, and some even let you toggle between multiple search engines on the fly. In the upcoming Firefox 71 update, you’ll now be able to set the browser to default to separate search engines whether you’re using its normal or private browsing modes.

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We’re talking fecal transplants, probiotics, gut flora and more this week. Do bacteria in your GI tract affect your moods? How does your microbiome affect your overall health? We visit the lab of computational biologist Dr. Jose Clemente where he and his team study the efficacy of fecal transplants in patients with…

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And so it begins: the frightening month of October, when Jezebel delivers the scariest stories by you, to you, straight to your trembling brainpan. In the first installment of our annual Terrifying Tales video series, in which we animate your freakiest yarns, 2018 winner Queenoftheandals’s “Don’t Tell Grandma”…

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We all know at least one chronic complainer: someone who truly believes the world is out to get them and feels the need to vocalize each and every disappointment in their life. After spending some time with a chronic complainer, you probably feel like complaining about that person (and rightfully so) but are perhaps…

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It feels great to buy someone something they specifically want, while still keeping it a surprise. If you’re trying to find the perfect gift for a friend or colleague, the answer is in your chats, emails, and social media: search their messages for the phrase “I want.”

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In an effort to appeal to the Tide Pod generation, The Glenlivet has released their “Capsule Collection,” which consists of small portions of alcohol enrobed in edible seaweed packaging. You do not need ice, a stirrer, or a glass to consume the capsules, but it’s not like those things were difficult to come by.

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Naipo Shiatsu Back and Neck Massager | $43 | Amazon

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I regularly use more USB power banks than any one person should, and these compact USB-C PD 18W offerings from Zendure and AUKEY are my favorites for fast-charging daily without a ton of bulk.

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3-Pack TP-Link Deco M5 Mesh Router Set | $130 | Woot

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If you’re of a certain age, you probably remember how much fun it was to wander the mall with your friends. Today, your shopping trips may be more about groceries and home fixtures and sale-rack winter coats—but that doesn’t mean you can’t invite your friends along.

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It is now officially cold enough for me to wear a sweatshirt in my home, which means it’s cold enough to roast vegetables. Roasted potatoes, carrots, Brussels sprouts, and all other types of plants are good with a little oil and salt and pepper, but to get a heartier, more complex flavor, I like to add a little Better…

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How easy is it to get caught up in a financial phishing scam? Just ask Twitter user Pieter Gunst. He faced “the most credible phishing attempt I’ve experienced to date,” he wrote, outlining the steps that almost fooled him. His ordeal is a reminder that even the most cautious people can be targeted by increasingly…

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Despite being one of the most expensive pieces of furniture in our homes, couches are often neglected in our regular cleaning routines, and many of us are unsure of how to actually care for them. In this video, we’ll break down everything you need to know, no matter what type of couch you have.

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Hanging art or photos on the walls can make a house feel more like a home, personalizing your space. But you may not want to deal with any sort of damage to your walls—especially if you are renting. Fortunately, you have several options for decorating your place without destroying your walls, and it starts with…

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“That and a dollar” will not get you a cup of coffee, unless “that” is another two dollars. It’ll still cover your tip at most bars, which sucks for bartenders. But what’s the best reward you’ve ever gotten for a dollar? Redditors answered this question with some great stories, and some great deals.

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An Eddie Bauer sale, Philips wake-up light, bone conduction headphones, and cute onesies lead off Wednesday’s best deals.

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“I take away his phone and he behaves for three days and then goes right back to the back-talking and crappy attitude. I don’t understand why he doesn’t just... learn!”

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For most of my adult life, I didn’t really think about sleep: It was just an activity that my body required, for about six to eight hours a night, in order to not feel like garbage the next day. Rarely did I pause to consider the quality of my rest or whether my sleep patterns were “normal.” That is, until I was…

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The worst part of job hunting is an online application that requires you to re-enter your information⁠—after you’ve already uploaded your damn resume. It’s a waste of time, and yet, you’re expected to spend half an hour writing down information that’s already available to those employers.

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Philips HF3500 Wake-Up Light | $35 | Walmart

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People shouldn’t walk on escalators. (It slows down the flow at rush hour.) According to a recent CBC report, all the walkers are breaking escalators faster. The Otis Elevator Company even says that walking on the escalator is a safety hazard. But that’s not what we’re here to talk about. We’re here because of a…

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We all know someone who tends to ramble on and on while telling a story. Sometimes, it’s because they’re venting and just need an outlet. Other times, it’s a habit they’ve acquired and don’t even realize it. Meanwhile, you’re a silent bystander, taking in every needless detail of their tale.

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Talk about being caught between a tweet and a hard place. Twitter, in its infinite wisdom, recently admitted that it messed up and used email addresses and phone numbers—provided by users as part of their account security practices—for advertising purposes.

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Microscopic bits of plastic are everywhere. They’re in the oceans, being eaten by marine life. They’re in bottled water, having detached from the plastic of the bottle itself. While the health implications are unclear, here are a few ways you can avoid microplastics if you’d like to minimize how much you’re exposed to.

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If any Democratic presidential candidates are looking for the next big proposal to get one over on their rivals, the UK Labour Party just handed out a great idea: a 32-hour workweek, or the equivalent of four days a week for people who currently work eight hours a day.

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It’s fall, the season when the days grow colder, the nights grow longer, and the video games are ripe for harvesting. The changing leaves are pretty, but they’re also dead. Why go outside and revel in decay when you can stay inside and get your game on?

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TaoTronics Mini Essential Oil Diffuser | $7 | Amazon | Promo code WK2J3SOP

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Poo-Pourri Toilet Spray | 2 for $15 | Ulta

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Let’s face it: If you are in the trenches of raising kids, life is just plain busy. Between carpool duties, work projects that bleed into family dinner time, and household chores that never seem to end, finding time to connect with your significant other can be downright challenging.

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Today is National Voter Registration Day, and if you haven’t before, this is an excellent opportunity to register to vote before the presidential election. All over the country today, volunteers are coordinating efforts to create awareness around the importance of voting and how just easy it is to sign up. According…

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Every week, we share the shortcuts, workspaces, and productivity tips of our favorite experts. This week, we’re going behind the scenes at Lifehacker. I’m Abu Zafar, and this is how I work.

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Aukey Dual Smart Plug | $12 | Amazon | Promo code 526DKE54

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You can buy just about anything on Amazon. But just because you can get a product quickly via the ecommerce retailer doesn’t mean the product is guaranteed to be safe.

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This week we chat with productivity legend David Allen about GTD, or “Getting Things Done,” his gold-standard time management philosophy. Lifehacker staffers share their productivity secrets as well. Find out what old-school device Two Cents writer Lisa Rowan uses to keep herself on track, how social media editor Tim…

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Welp, there seems to be another reason to hold off on updating to iOS 13: Users have discovered that the “Location” privacy setting—which requests access to your device’s geographical location data—is being automatically reset from “Never” to “Ask Next Time” in certain apps.

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Linguist and Because Internet author Gretchen McCulloch asked her Twitter followers to share the words that they can’t actually spell without relying on spellcheck. The answers she got will comfort and edify you.

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With the latest iOS update, the Apple health app can now tell you about the noise levels you’ve been exposed to—both from the environment around you, and from your headphones. Here’s how to set it up, and what to do with that information once you have it.

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2019, at long last, has been the year of USB-C. Devices ranging from your phone to your Switch to your laptop to your...projector now run off the same standard, and compatible wall chargers have gotten smaller, more powerful, and a lot cheaper over the last few months.

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Amazon Music HD is coming after Tidal with 50 million songs in 850kbps lossless format (compared to the standard 320kbps bitrate), and millions of select tunes in Hi-Res 3730kbps. If you’ve got the ear to detect the difference, and the equipment to take advantage, you can get your first three months of the service for…

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At most gyms there are little dispensers of wipes scattered throughout, or maybe rags and spray bottles so you can clean up after yourself. Some people use them religiously, some ignore them. What should you do as a good citizen of the gym? What must you do to not be a gross person? Here are some rules of thumb.

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When my first foster son lived with us for a year, he was my constant shadow. That sweet boy followed close behind me wherever I went, especially when it was time to prep dinner. He was never interested in watching a show while I cooked; he’d rather be with me—as close as physically possible—as I moved from the dining…

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It’s been a few days since iOS 13 arrived and brought its system-wide dark theme to iPhones, and already the list of apps that support the new dark UI has expanded beyond the initial batch. While more apps have been updated to support iOS 13's system-wide dark mode, there are still plenty of holdouts. No one likes…

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A few years back, Unroll.me promised to help users unsubscribe from email newsletters en masse, for free. It turned out they were scanning users’ email and selling data—for example, selling data from Lyft emails to Uber. That is why you should pay money for Leave Me Alone, an email unsubscription service that doesn’t…

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What would you do if you received a large amount of inheritance money? If you want to be financially prudent about it, the answer is nothing—at least, not for a year.

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Reheating leftover pasta can be tricky. Splashing it with a bit of water can help loosen things up, but if you really want to revive a clump of stiff, dried-out noodles, you’ll need to save a little bit of your pasta cooking water.

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On Monday, 16-year-old activist Greta Thunberg testified before the United Nations as part of the Climate Action Summit—and tore world leaders a new one.

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An L.L. Bean sale, Sony A7 III, Amazon Music HD, and a BodyBoss discount lead of Tuesday’s best deals from around the web.

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