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How Far Companies Will Go to Protect You From Copyright Bullies

When somebody wants to silence speech, they often use the quickest method available. When the speech is hosted on a major online platform, that method is usually a copyright or trademark complaint. Read more...

Gawker NYPD Harassment Stories: Living in a State of Fear | Gizmodo Alienware 13 Review: The First F

Gawker NYPD Harassment Stories: Living in a State of Fear | Gizmodo Alienware 13 Review: The First Futureproof Gaming Laptop | Jalopnik This Is Your Nürburgring Crash Supercut For 2014, You're Welcome | Kotaku When Japanese Game Titles Go From English to...English? Read more...

This Discounted Chromebook Packs a 13 Hour Battery, and a Powerful GPU

Acer shook up the Chromebook world over the summer with the release of their new Chromebook 13. In addition to a 13" screen (still surprisingly rare in the Chromebook space) and 13 hours of battery life (unheard of outside the MacBook Air), this Chromebook is packing the same NVIDIA K1 that powers the NVIDIA Shield Gaming Tablet. Read more...

Get Access to Inbox by Gmail with a Friend's Help, No Invite Required

Gmail's new Inbox app is pretty awesome, but it's still invite-only. If you have a friend that's using inbox, you can get access on your own device with their help—even if they don't have any invites to give out. Read more...

Put Together a Productive Team with Jeff Bezos's "Two Pizza Rule"

When you're heading a collaboration of any kind, the number of people you bring on board can change how effective your team's output is. Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon, suggests employing the "two pizza rule" to help keep yourself from including too many people. Read more...

The Most Affordable Big Cities in the U.S.

Maybe you enjoy living in a big city, but you're deterred by the expense. If you're looking for city living on a budget, check out Kiplinger's list of the most affordable ones across the U.S. Read more...

This Diagram Shows How Restaurant Menus Play Tricks on Your Mind

You may be pledging to eat healthier, but chances are that restaurant down the street has different plans. Restaurants know exactly how to trick your mind into eating the items that make them the most money, rather than the item you may actually want. Read more...

ChooseMyPC Generates a Sample PC Build in Your Budget

Building your first PC can be an overwhelming experience—there are just so many different components to choose from. ChooseMyPC gives you a starting point by asking a few questions, along with your budget. Read more...

Four More Things You Shouldn't Buy at Costco

Costco warehouses pack some serious deals, but some things just aren't the most bang for your buck. We've covered some of the things you should and shouldn't buy at the bulk buying super store, but here's four more items you can cross off your list. Read more...

The Lazy Brooklyn Blogger Bag

I'm not really lazy, but I like to keep things simple and put a minimal amount of effort into thinking about what gear I'm carrying. Here's my usual daily setup. Read more...

How Curiosity Can Help You Learn Boring Things Better

When your curiosity is piqued, your brain is capable of learning or memorizing better than when something is not as interesting to you. A recent study suggests your brain's chemistry is the reason why, and that you can use it to your advantage. Read more...

Handle Complainers by Asking Them How They Intend to Fix Their Problem

Of all the different types of negative people, complainers can be the most frustrating. One way to derail their pity party is simply by asking how they plan on dealing with the situation. Read more...

Tackle Dirty Dishes in Small Sessions with the “One Soapy Sponge” Rule

You're dishes are starting to pile up in your sink and forming into a formidable opponent. Instead of putting off washing them because it seems like too much work, just clean as many as you can with one soapy sponge. Read more...

Good news for Office 365 users: OneDrive cloud storage is now unlimited for Office 365 subscribers.

Good news for Office 365 users: OneDrive cloud storage is now unlimited for Office 365 subscribers. The change is rolling out today for Home, Personal, and University accounts at no additional cost. Read more on the OneDrive blog. Read more...

Gawker New York Housing Is Great, As Long as You're Rich and Live Elsewhere | Gizmodo How Corporate

Gawker New York Housing Is Great, As Long as You're Rich and Live Elsewhere | Gizmodo How Corporate Greed Is Trying to Kill Apple Pay | Jalopnik Car Reliability Is A Myth | Kotaku LeVar Burton Reading Go The Fk To Sleep | Kinja Popular Posts Read more...

Seven Mental Biases That Can Impact How You Invest

Even professional market analysts have a hard time pinpointing the forces that can possibly explain why the market goes up and down. But there is one thing that seems indisputable: There's no shortage of brain forces at work when it comes to investing. Read more...

HiNative Helps You Learn a Language by Connecting with Native Speakers

iOS/Mobile Web: Learning a new language is difficult. HiNative enables users to get feedback from folks who speak that language natively. Read more...

Qoffee Creates an Agenda to Keep Your Meetings Moving

You've just spent an hour in yet another fruitless meeting. Worse yet, it went halfway into lunch. Yaaay. Qoffee solves this problem by setting an agenda that you'll actually stick to. Read more...

Know the Four Metrics That Determine Your Risk of a Heart Attack

Keeping an eye on four metrics could help you estimate your lifetime risk of a heart attack. Understanding your risk could lead to prevention and action to lower the risk. Read more...

These Charts Compare Average Holiday Delays Between 25 Major Airports

Holiday flights can be a headache, especially when you're delayed. These charts help you see which major airports have the least holiday delays over the last five years. Read more...

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