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This Video Gives You a Primer On How to Take Criticism

Learning to take criticism isn’t a skill most of us want to learn, but it’s essential to getting an objective view of your strengths and weaknesses. This video gives you a start-to-finish primer on how to take, filter, clarify, and apply criticism you receive. Read more...

Go Shoe Shopping In the Evening for the Best Possible Fit

Whether you’re planning to buy a pair of hiking boots or just everyday sneakers, try to go shopping for them in the evening. You’ll end up with a better fit, and a more comfortable pair of shoes as a result. Here’s why, and it makes perfect sense. Read more...

The Best App Uninstaller for Android

Installing apps is easy on Android. So easy that you can end up with a ton that you don’t need over time. Rather than tediously paging through every app to uninstall them one by one, we recommend Easy Uninstaller. This app allows you to uninstall several apps at once, sort them by size, and even clean up any junk files left behind. Read more...

Learn the Basics of Working with Epoxies In This Video

Epoxy can be a handy tool for all kinds of home projects. This video explains what epoxy is and some basic tips for how to use it. Read more...

Build Your Own Aerial Photography Rig with Kite

Aerial photography is a lot of fun and you have a ton of options for doing it. These days drones are certainly one of the most popular, but balloons work too. If that’s all too much of an investment, Make shows you how to do it with a kite. Read more...

Keep Condiments From Dripping in the Fridge With Containers

Over time, dripping condiments can cause a sticky mess in your fridge. To keep your fridge clean and its contents organized, try corralling your condiments in containers. Read more...

Google May Offer "Did You Mean" Suggestions While Searching on Android

Google’s “Did you mean” feature is a handy way to avoid having to remember how to spell things. Now, Google seems to be spreading its reach to autocomplete suggestions on Android, before you’ve even completed your search. Read more....

Five Best Light Bulbs

You might think light bulbs are a commodity, and to many, they are. Still, they’re not all alike. Some have smart home features, some are super efficient, some change color, and some even have Wi-Fi! This week we’re looking at five of the best light bulbs to save you money around the house, or customize the lighting to your mood, based on your nominations. Read more...

Larry Offers Personalized Legal Help via Text Message

Larry is a service from the folks at Lawtrades that’s designed to give you near-instantaneous legal help whenever you might need it. All you have to do is send Larry a text message (once you’ve signed up, of course), and you’ll get a personalized response, specific to your situation and where you are. Read more...

Make Creamier Ice Cream with Powdered Skim Milk

Making good homemade ice cream is about finding the perfect balance of ice crystals and creaminess. To give your frosty treat a creamy boost, add in a little powdered skim milk. Read more...

Browsy Is a Fullscreen, Distraction-Free Browser for iOS

iOS: Alternative browsers for iOS aren’t particularly popular, but if you’re looking for something outside the world of Safari and Chrome, Browsy is worth a look. Read more...

Swappa Price Tells You What Your Phone is Worth

Android: If you’ve ever tried to sell an old Android smartphone, you’ve probably come across Swappa. The company has now released a new app for Android that allows you to see how much your device is worth on the Swappa market. Read more...

This Graphic Explains How Champagne, Prosecco, and Cava Differ

Not all sparkling wines are alike. While you may know that, the specific differences between the ever-popular champagne, trendy prosecco, and always-tasty cava are a bit more nuanced. This graphic from VinePair break them down easily, including how they’re made, where they’re made, and how to choose one. Read more...

Create a Perfect Cheese Plate With This Mnemonic Device 

A cheese plate is a beautiful thing. But if you’re unskilled in the kitchen, you may not know what goes into creating one. To make it easier, remember this mnemonic device: “Something old, something new, something goat, and something blue.” Read more...

10 Tricks for a Perfect Summer Barbecue in Three Minutes

Summer is in full swing, which means it’s time to head outside for some fun in the sun. And you know what that means: hamburgers, hot dogs, watermelon, and more. Read more...

Make Strawberry Lemonade Pie in the Freezer Overnight

No-bake recipes are perfect for when the weather heats up and you don’t want to turn on the oven. This strawberry lemonade pie takes just 10 minutes of prep time and is a cool, refreshing treat. Read more...

Make a Three-Tier Wedding Guest List to Prioritize Invitations

When you’re getting married, you don’t want anyone to feel left out. But you can’t invite everyone you’ve ever met either. List your guests under “Must”, “Want”, and “Should” to ensure the right people make it. Read more...

Boards for Trello Gives Quick Access to Your Boards in Chrome

Chrome: Trello is a fantastic tool to organize your whole life, and before you know it, you’ll have a long list of boards in this visual organizer. Boards for Trello gives you quick access to these through a little extension icon.http://lifehacker.com/how-to-use-tre... Read more...

Ask a Novel, Interesting Question to Remember Names and Introductions

Behavior expert Jon Levy has a neat trick to remember people’s names and how they first met. Upon being introduced, he seeks to create a memorable moment, usually by asking a question that will have a unique response. Read more...

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