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Use the SMART Method to Set Achievable Goals for Your Finances

Deciding you want to save money for an emergency fund, retirement, or just for fun is great. Having a plan to get there is an entirely different thing. Use the SMART method to bridge the gap. Read more...

Set a Spooky Mood and Make Your Own Set of Flickering Lights

Lighting is everything when it comes to Halloween. Flickering lights set in a dark room will get any kid's imagination going. Here's how to make any lamp lookhaunted. Read more...

io9 Can You Name the Horror Movies Depicted In These Minimalist Posters?

io9 Can You Name the Horror Movies Depicted In These Minimalist Posters? | Jalopnik RIP The Affordable Midengine Sports Car | Jezebel OKCupid Dick: 'I'm the Most Published Person On the Planet' | Kotaku A Good, Horrible Look at Korea KFC's Double Down Read more...

D-Vasive Notifies You When Your Phone's Camera or Mic Are in Use

Android: Your desktop's webcam probably has a handy indicator to tell you when it's on. Your phone does not. If you're concerned about certain apps using your camera or microphone when you're not aware of it, D-Vasive attempts to help keep you aware. Read more...

Pitch Your Own Idea as Someone Else's for More Honest Feedback

Our friends and family sure are wonderful aren't they? They encourage us and make us feel better even if we we're doing something dumb. For getting feedback on our ideas, this is terrible. Read more...

The Money Questions to Ask When Your First Baby is on the Way

You can't prepare for every part of parenthood. But preparing yourself for the impact it will have on your budget can help reduce at least a little of the stress. Here are the money questions you should ask when your first baby is on the way. Read more...

This Visual Guide to Pork Makes Sure You Always Buy the Right Cut

Shopping for pork at the grocery store can be tricky, and unless you already know the difference between a blade end roast and butt roast, you may not know which is best for your dinner plans. This handy visual guide from the folks at Cook's Illustrated demystifies pork cuts by part of the pig, price, and flavor. Read more...

What's the Most Evil Thing You Got Away With (And How)?

We've all done evil things. Some things we might not be proud of, others we indulge quietly. As we close out Evil Week, we want to know: what's the most evil thing you've gotten away with? Read more...

Pixelmator for iPad Is a Powerful Image Editor on the Go

iPad: Pixelmator is our favorite image editor on Mac and now it's available on the iPad with a ton of different editing features. Read more...

Universal Media Server Streams Music and Movies to Almost Any Device

Win/Mac/Linux: Streaming music or movies from a computer to a set-top box, TV, receiver, or any other device in your home entertainment system isn't difficult, but finding a media server with great features that's also easy to use can be tricky. Universal Media Server gets the balance right. Read more...

The New Best Day to Book a Flight Is Sunday

Sunday is the new Tuesday when it comes to getting the best deal on plane tickets, a new study reveals. Read more...

This Chart Shows the States Where Your Salary Will Go Further

The average salary for your profession might be higher in certain states than in others, but that's just one part of the whole financial puzzle. Factor in cost of living differences, and the states that pay the most for your occupation might be entirely different. Read more...

Why You Should Get A Receipt Every Single Time You Get Gas

You're driving along and you notice your fuel gauge is on E. You stop at a gas station and fill 'er up – and instead of gasoline you get a tank full of water. It happens. But if you paid cash and didn't get a receipt, your day just got uglier. Read more...

Ten Simple Tips to Make Food Taste Better

Sometimes it's the small touches that make the biggest difference when you're in the kitchen. Here are some simple tips from America's Test Kitchen for prepping, cooking, and seasoning designed to boost flavor in everyday cooking. Read more...

MediaMonkey has released the latest version of its awesome music player, which adds synchronization

MediaMonkey has released the latest version of its awesome music player, which adds synchronization support for the iPhone 6 and iOS 8, among other improvements. Read more here, and see our guide to ditching iTunes for MediaMonkey for how to use it. Read more...

Blenders That Last, Discounted Exercise Gear, and More Deals

If you've ever owned a cheap $20 blender, you know they don't last long. If you want something nicer, there are a couple of great deals on highly-rated blenders today. The NutriBullet is great for making smoothies on the go, and a Ninja blender was one of your five favorite blenders. Read more...

?Why You Should Schedule Time to Let Your Mind Wander

Blocks are the worst enemy of any creative worker. German psychologist Wolfgang Köhler recommends working the proverbial bed, bath, and bus into your routine to let your thoughts flow and beat creative blocks. Read more...

The Numero Home Screen

Today's home screen is particularly AMOLED-friendly. While Android goes for a much brighter look these days, this design by My Color Screen user 21macro12 sticks to the dark themes, with only one main strip being the exception. Read more...

Charlie Preps You for Events by Briefing You on Who You'll Meet

Web: Whether you're meeting with a company bigwig or attending a conference full of strangers, it helps to know a little about the people you're going to interact with. Charlie hooks into your calendar and makes sure you're primed for every meeting with detailed information on the people attending. Read more...

Make an Effective Microphone Pop Filter Out of Paper

Using a pop filter helps diffuse the air coming out of your mouth when you speak—especially plosives—and can really amp up the quality of your recordings. This video shows you how to make a basic one out of a few sheets of paper and a tissue. Read more...

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