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Netflix Now Lets You Delete Films or Shows from Your Activity List

Netflix keeps a history of your viewing activity. If there's something you'd prefer to hide from the others in your household, however, the streaming service will now lety you remove it. Read more...

The First Android Apps Are Now Available for Chrome OS

At Google I/O, the company announced that soon you would be able to run Android apps in Chrome OS. Today, that day has arrived. Sort of. For a couple apps anyway. Read more...

The Most Important Etiquette Rules Kids Should Learn

Beyond "please" and "thank you," there are tons of etiquette "rules" kids have to learn so they can grow into well-mannered, decdent people. Which ones are the most important? Read more...

The Easiest Treadmill Desk, Cleaner Floors, Smarter TVs [Deals]

So you've joined the legion of standing desk users, and now you're ready to level up to a higher plane of healthy office habits. It sounds like a treadmill desk is right up your alley. Read more...

Mailtime Puts What We Love About SMS in an Email Client

iOS: Mailtime makes your Email inbox look like an SMS chat session with added functionality for getting stuff done. Read more...

Keep a Junk Drawer to Cut Down on Needless Decisions

Our brains can only handle so much during a day. The Globe and Mail recommends using a junk drawer to easily categorize the miscellaneous. Read more...

The New Global Navigation

We're very excited to introduce the new global navigation for Kinja. Read more...

Take Productive Desk Breaks with Walking Tasks

We know that sitting all day is killing us, and that we should take regular standing and walking breaks. If you want to get away from your desk but still stay productive, consider some "walking tasks". Read more...

How To Deal With the Decision to Put Down Your Pet

Our pets are a source of joy and companionship. Sadly, though, our furry friends' greatest flaw is their limited life span. More likely than not, you'll outlive them. I recently had to make the difficult decision to euthanize my dog and grappled with many common questions. Here's what I learned from my experience. Read more...

Learn How Speeches Differ From Essays for Better Presentations

Giving a speech is an art unto itself. If you haven't done many of them before, it's tempting to write down everything you want to say in essay form and read it aloud. Business blog HBR explains why this is a terrible idea. Read mor...

Deadspin Hey, Roger, Get The Fuck Out | Gawker Judge Dismisses Murder Charges Against Oscar Pistoriu

Deadspin Hey, Roger, Get The Fuck Out | Gawker Judge Dismisses Murder Charges Against Oscar Pistorius | io9 "Strong Women Characters" Who Made Mistakes (And Learned From Them) | Kotaku Japanese Porn Needs More Male Porn Stars. Apparently. Read more...

Wrap Cords with Duct Tape, Without Leaving Them Sticky

Magnets, velcro, and binder clips are all helpful in managing cables. But they're all probably less abundant in your house than tape. The only problem with tape is the sticky residue, but this folding trick can eliminate that annoyance. Read more...

Why Net Worth Matters More Than Income

Most people interested in personal finance have a goal to build wealth so they can have options, whether it's traveling, switching careers, or simply retirement. In making that happen, it's important to focus on income— earning more. But Financial Samurai makes a solid argument about why net worth might deserve more of your focus. Read more...

Spell Bee Autocorrects What You Type in Chrome

Chrome: When you misspell a word on your smartphone, the built-in dictionary automatically corrects it. If you want that functionality in Google Chrome, get Spell Bee. Read more...

Build Industrial Furniture with Wood and Pipes

Building furniture or shelving generally requires some specialized tools, and joinery or welding skills. However if you like an industrial look to your furniture, you can construct simple pieces using pre-threaded pipes and fittings. Read more...

What's The Best Language Translation Tool?

When you need to translate one language to another, doing it with a machine or an algorithm is never perfect, but sometimes it's those apps and services are the best tools we have. This week, we want to know which ones you turn to for results that are as accurate and understandable as possible. Read more...

Declutter Your Bathroom Counter Space with a DIY Tiered Tray

Most of us have bathroom counters with far too many items piling up to create a mess. As we know, clutter affects your brain. ClevverTV shows how to make your own tiered tray with plates and candle holders to clear up counter space. Read more...

Why Meditation Should Be Your Brain's "Scheduled Maintenance"

Technically, sleep is already our brains' regular scheduled maintenance, but if there were any other one thing you could do to improve your mental health, de-stress, and be more productive in all the right ways, meditation would be it, says author and correspondent Dan Harris. Read more...

The Green Thumb Workspace

Did you know that plants make you happier and as much as 15% more productive at work? If that's the case, the owner of today's featured workspace must be very productive. Read more...

Get Free Coupons by Emailing The Companies on This List

Coupons can help you save a whole lot of money on groceries, and the more you can get, the better. This master list of companies will send you coupons for your groceries, and all you need to do is ask. Read more...

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