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Tuesdays at 2:30 PM Is the Best Time to Schedule a Meeting

We’ve established that Tuesdays are the most productive day of the week , so it makes sense that a meeting on Tuesday would be best for a productive, useful meeting. And right after lunch is the best time. Tuesdays, 2:30pm local time, is your ideal time, based on a survey that collected over 2 million responses. Read more...

Career Spotlight: What I Do as a Cancer Researcher

Some medical professionals spend their careers in a lab, bettering the world through their research, while others focus on being caring physicians towards their patients. Dr. Tina Cascone, MD, PhD, does both. Read more...

Facebook's Android App Now Lets You Save Videos for Offline Viewing

Facebook for Android just made it a lot easier to watch your favorite videos whenever and wherever you like. You can now save any video from your Facebook feed and download it for offline viewing later. Read more...

Pixelmator for iOS Adds Magnetic and Quick Selection Tools

iOS: Pixelmator is a surprisingly robust image editing tool on iPhone and iPad, and today it’s getting a bit easier to use with new selection tools. Read more...

"Good Listeners Are Like Trampolines"

We tend to think that being a good listener means being a sponge that absorbs as much information as possible, but Harvard Business Review suggests that’s not really the best analogy. Read more...

Tips For Playing Pokémon Go

Being the very best (like no one ever was) is surprisingly difficult in Pokémon Go. You can’t just grind your way to a strong Pokémon anymore: you’ve got to get out there and explore. We’ve got some pointers to help you make the best out of your journey. Read more...

Tinycards from Duolingo Teaches You Hundreds of Topics with Flash Cards

Duolingo is easily one of the most popular ways to learn a new language , and today the company’s releasing Tinycards, a tool for learning much more than just a new language using flashcards. Read more...

Make Super-Quick Slushies with a Sheet Pan

When the sun is blazing down, you need cool, icy refreshment, and you need it fast. To get delicious, fruity slushies in record time, all you need is some juice, a sheet pan, and your freezer. Read more...

Two Ways to Adjust to Harsh Sunlight When Shooting Outdoors, No Gear Required

If you have to shoot in bright, harsh, overhead light, your best bet is to either just move to the shade (in which case you have more to think about, more on that in a moment), or turn your subject 180 degrees. These tips may seem obvious, but the utility is in the nuance. Read more...

The Scientific Argument for Mastering One Thing at a Time

Many people, myself included, have multiple areas of life they would like to improve. For example, I would like to reach more people with my writing, to lift heavier weights at the gym, and to start practicing mindfulness more consistently. And those are just a few of a long list of goals. Read more...

Your Beer Is About to Get Clearer Nutrition Information

Beer is sometimes called “liquid bread,” but the only way you’d know if that really matches its nutritional content is if you actually look it up, since beer usually doesn’t have a label. That’s about to change for some of your favorite brews. Read more...

Find Purposeful Work With The Joy-Money-Flow Model

“Follow your passion” isn’t always the best advice, and that’s partly because it’s so limiting. Instead of looking for a single path to success, Chris Guillebeau recommends looking for work that overlaps in three areas: joy, money, and flow. Read more...

Keep Necklaces from Tangling by Packing Them in Plastic Wrap

Necklaces tangle easily, especially during travel, and untangling them is frustrating. Pack them in plastic wrap to keep each necklace separate and ready-to-wear once you arrive at your destination. Read more...

Use Cocktail Recipe Cards to Turn All of Your Party Guests Into Amateur Mixologists

Making cocktails for a large group of people can be vexing. Do you make a big batch beforehand, and risk wasting booze? Do you play bartender all night, mixing up individual drinks and potentially missing out on the fun? I suggest you do neither, and instead turn your guests into amateur bartenders with recipe cards. Read more...

Why Doubt Can Be a Good Thing For Your Health Goals

Doubt is essential to your health goals, says Mark Sisson. If you’re too sure and get stuck on your beliefs, you end up ignoring the other possibilities that can lead to the real ah-ha moments that help you break through plateaus and reach your goals. So, have a little doubt. Read more...

American Airlines Just Made it Harder to Earn Points With Partner Airlines

Airlines have made some changes this year, and as we’ve explained, those changes generally aren’t in your favor. Recently, American Airlines cut the number of points AAdvantage members can earn when flying with partner carriers. Read more...

Amazon's Discounting Dozens of Popular Logitech Peripherals In Today's Gold Box

Amazon’s back at it again this morning with a Gold Box full of great Logitech computing peripheral deals. Read more...

RNC Day 1: All the News From the Convention That Actually Matters

For the next two weeks, political conventions are taking over the news cycle. Rather than watching every single day, we’re rounding up the most important bits so you can catch up and get on with your day. Here’s what happened on the first day of the Republican National Convention. Read more...

Play Books Now Shows When There's a New Book In the Series You're Reading

Android/iOS: Google’s Play Books app is already our favorite ereader on Android . Now it’s getting better for book series and comic books. At a glance, you can now tell when there’s a new book or issue in the series you’re reading. Read more...

Who's Speaking at the Republican National Convention and How to Watch

The Republican National Convention is officially underway in Cleveland . This year’s convention runs from Monday, July 18th to Thursday, July 21st and there’ll be no shortage of speeches, conferences, and conversations. Here’s what to expect if you tune in. Read more...

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