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Ask for Refunds or Credits If Your Hotel Doesn’t Deliver Amenities They Advertise

Arriving at a hotel only to find that the beautiful pool, relaxing spa, or well-stocked gym are all out of order can put a damper on your vacation. But you don’t have to just deal with the disappointment: the hotel may be willing to give you a room credit, or even an upgrade, to make up for lack of amenities — all you… Read more...

Why You Should Cut Aged, Crumbly Cheese With a Mandoline Slicer

Slices of super sharp cheddar make a beautiful, salty contribution to burgers, sandwiches, and even plain ol’ crackers, but its aged nature makes it hard to cut without crumbling. To get thin, almost deli-worthy slices that will keep their shape, use a mandoline slicer. Read more...

Sit-Ups and Planks Aren't Enough to Build a Strong Core

If you can hold a plank for ages and crack walnuts with infinite sit-ups, you’ve got good core strength. But a strong core is more than brute-forcing your way through ab exercises. Your core needs stability to protect you from injury. In other words, you need core strength and core stability. Read more...

Screengrabber It’s Time Again To Listen To Kevin Harlan Call Play-By-Play Of Two Idiots On The Field

Screengrabber It’s Time Again To Listen To Kevin Harlan Call Play-By-Play Of Two Idiots On The Field | Jezebel Texas Republican Electoral College Member Will Not Cast Vote for Trump | Gizmodo Theranos Can’t Even Send a Goddamn Email Right | Deadspin Phillies’ “Pistachio Girl” Fired For Being A White Nationalist | Read more...

All the Ways to Get Amazon Prime for Free

Depending on your shopping habits, Amazon Prime might not be worth the $99 annual membership. There are a few ways to get it for free, though, and Kyle James of Rather Be Shopping explains how it’s done. Read more...

Toolbox Helps You Join Betas, Download APKs On the Google Play Store On the Web

Chrome: Google’s web version of the Play Store is handy, but it’s still missing a few features after all these years. Toolbox for Google Play Store helps fix a lot of minor issues to make it easier to use your apps. Read more...

Google Docs in G Suite Now Makes It Easy to Add MLA, APA, and Chicago-Style Citations

If you’re in a rush to get your papers finished before the semester is over, Google can help you with some of the tedious stuff. Now, Google Docs can automatically create citations in your paper in your preferred style. Read more...

The Best Gift Ideas for People Who Already Have Everything

We all have that one person in our life that buys everything they want on their own. They don’t ask for anything and they say they don’t need anything, but you still want to get them something to show your love, respect, or appreciation. Here’s what you can do. Read more...

Most Popular How-To Guides of 2016

Step-by-step guides are our bread and butter here at Lifehacker, and you seem to enjoy reading them as much as we enjoy writing them. From start to finish, here are the best how-to guides we published in 2016. Read more...

Lifehacker Is Hiring a Writer

Lifehacker is looking for a new voice! You’ll need experience, an eye for tech and productivity, and above all, a love of Lifehacker and of helping people live their very best lives. Sound like you? Here’re the details. Read more...

Display Holiday Cards Without the Clutter with a Simple Ribbon

Hanging your holiday cards is a great way to decorate for the season, but if you have a lot, they can look cluttered or messy. This method is a clean, simple way to keep your cards where you can see them without adding clutter, and all you need is a wide cloth or paper ribbon. Read more...

Remains of the Day: Amazon to Open Grocery Stores Without Any Checkout

Amazon is developing a grocery store that won’t have any cashiers or checkout counters at all. Instead, they’ll intelligently track whatever your pick up and tie it to your Amazon account. That and more in today’s news. Read more...

Anthony Bourdain's Tips for Making a Better Burger

The burger is a versatile dish, but doing too much with it can make it messy and difficult to eat. And the more flavors you add, the less opportunity the beef has a chance to shine. These tips will help you keep it simple and make the best burger possible. Read more...

This New Law Will Protect Your Negative Yelp Reviews

Last week, Congress passed a law that will make it illegal for companies to retaliate against U.S. consumers who post negative reviews online. Yes, soon you’ll be able to give a bad business one star without having to worry about being bullied or sued. Read more...

Why You Shouldn't Plan Your Fun Too Carefully

Have you ever found yourself dreading a leisurely activity you had eagerly scheduled days or weeks in advance? I first caught myself doing this a few years ago when I was traveling home to Turkey. I had excitedly made plans to meet up with some old friends. But to my surprise, as the date approached, I started to feel… Read more...

Your Most Important Task of the Day Isn't the Only Important Task

Taking care of your most important task at the beginning of your work day is one of the best pieces of productivity advice floating around. But it only helps if you actually follow through with your work the rest of the day. Read more...

The Most (and Least) Punctual Airlines in 2016

If you’re flying this holiday season, a new Forbes study suggests you should do yourself a favor and fly on Delta, and avoid Frontier if possible. The study used three years of on-time data to pick out the most on-time airlines, and the ones with the most delayed arrivals and departures. Read more...

If You’re a “Non-Smoker” Who Only Smokes Casually, You’re Not Off the Hook

It’s not just heavy smokers that are setting themselves up for a future of cancer and heart disease. A new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine shows that people who averaged just one cigarette per day still had a 64 percent chance of dying early, compared to nonsmokers. Read more...

Android 7.1.1 Rolls Out to Nine Devices With New Emoji, Home Screen Shortcuts

Most people still haven’t received the first version of Android Nougat, and yet Google’s still plugging away at minor releases. Today, the company announced 7.1.1 which brings new emoji, GIF search in supported apps, and home screen shortcuts. Read more...

Three Tricks to Get the Most Out of a Cheap Kit Camera Lens

The lens you use with your camera plays a huge part in determining the quality of photos you get, but a lot of casual photographers don’t want to invest in expensive lenses and stick to whatever comes with the camera. Here are a few ways to eke out a little more functionality out of a kit lens. Read more...

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