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Eightydays Plans a Multi-City European Trip For You

If you’re visiting Europe for a while, it’s fun to visit several cities in one trip. Eightydays helps you plan a multi-city trip quickly by picking a route and finding travel for you. Read more...

This Video Shows How You're Not Really In the Majority In the World

You’re probably reading this on a phone or computer in an English-speaking country (most likely the US). If that’s the case, you’re not in the majority of people on Earth. This video highlights this unusual perspective. Read more...

Will It Sous Vide? Little Jars of Cake

Hello, sous-vide fam, and welcome back to another installment of Will It Sous Vide?, the weekly column where I make whatever you want me to with my immersion circulator. Read more...

The Goodbye Songs Playlist

Farewells are never easy. A little hole opens in your heart as you watch your past fly away on a jet plane. Whether you’re glad to see it go or will miss the old days, this playlist helps you find the words to say goodbye. Read more...

Tommy John Will Make You Look Forward to Putting on Undershirts

Burn your 100% cotton. Tommy John has become our go-to destination for the best men’s basics, and their undershirts are no exception. Read more...

27 of the Toughest Interview Questions In the Job Market Right Now

Getting a great job at a great company isn’t easy, and that means their interview questions are going to be difficult. If you thought the usual interview fare like “tell me about yourself” is tough, wait til you see these. Read more...

Remains of the Day: Twitter for Windows Gets Tabs and Support for Multiple Instances

Twitter’s rarely discussed Windows app is getting a few updates today that make it a little more robust and useful for heavy users of the social network. You can now create tabs with different streams, similar to TweetDeck, among a few other new features. That and more in today’s news. Read more...

The Root Welcome to the America Black People Have Always Lived In | The Slot Let’s Look At the Truly

The Root Welcome to the America Black People Have Always Lived In | The Slot Let’s Look At the Truly Terrifying Presidential Order of Succession | Gizmodo Watch an Ambush of Tigers Rip a Drone Out of the Sky and Then Eat It | Adequate Man Oh, You Went To Iceland? Amazing. | Read more...

Disarm Interrupting Coworkers With a Preemptive Strike

If you have an infuriating coworker that won’t stop interrupting you, it’s time to go on the offensive. The next time you have something important you want say, try this. Read more...

The Best Way to Rinse Mushrooms

Some people will say that you shouldn’t rinse mushrooms because they absorb water and become difficult to cook. But it’s totally doable as long as you have a salad spinner and a few extra seconds to spare. Read more...

Adafruit's Arcade Bonnet Simplifies Making Your Own Raspberry Pi Arcade Machine

It seems like everyone aspires to make their own little retro game console with a Raspberry Pi, but one of the hurdles in doing so is wiring up your own joystick. To fix that, Adafruit created the $15 Arcade Bonnet. Read more...

Snag Three Free Programming Guides for HTML, Python, and Java for Your Kindle Right Now

Amazon’s dropped the price on three beginner’s Kindle programming books, all of which are available for free in the U.S. right now. Read more...

Use Walking Breaks to “Run” Your First 5K Race

A five-kilometer race, or 5K, is a good goal if you’re beginning to get serious about running. But what if you’re not sure you can run five whole kilometers (that’s three miles)? Don’t worry—it’s fine to take walking breaks. Read more...

Flip a Loaf of Crusty Bread on Its Side for Easier Slicing

There are few things more satisfying than slicing into a big loaf of fresh, crusty bread but, if the loaf is bigger than your bread knife, getting a uniform slice can be a slight challenge, especially when you hit that bottom crust. Luckily, there is a very easy solution: just flip the loaf on its side. Read more...

ViewRanger Helps You Discover and Save Nearby Hiking Trails

iOS/Android: Hiking is a great way to exercise and explore the outdoors at the same time. ViewRanger is a free app that shows you nearby trails and tells you everything you need to know about them. Read more...

Can You Really Solve Your Mental Health Problems With an App?

If you’re struggling with a problem like anxiety or depression, making an appointment with a professional may be the last thing you feel up to doing. Apps and online services promise that help is just a few taps away, and in some cases they may be the right choice for you. Read more...

My Morning Routine Shares Hundreds of Ways to Start Your Morning Positively

Chances are you probably already have some sort of morning routine. But maybe there’s some room for improvement. On My Morning Routine, you can read hundreds of productive morning routines to see what new habits you can pick up and try infusing into your own. Read more...

All the Best Movies Coming to and Leaving Netflix in March 2017

Spring is in the air and daylight saving time is about to start, which means those carefree lazy nights of binge watching Netflix will now come with a side of guilt as you look off into the late evening sunset. Good thing there’s some good stuff arriving this month to keep you occupied. Read more...

Nightly Combines Your Hotel Bookings to Save Money on Lodging

Lodging makes up a large portion of your travel budget. If you’re willing to be flexible, there are some creative solutions to cut the cost of lodging. For example, you may be able to save money by booking multiple hotels, and Nightly makes it easy to search accordingly. Read more...

Make a Zip Line for Your Dog to Let Them Explore Safely

Taking your dog along when you go camping, hiking, or to the park is fun for both you and your pup, but they can wander off and get into trouble. Here’s a way you can give them freedom to explore without wandering too far while outdoors. Read more...

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