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Remains of the Day: AT&T Increases the Price of Grandfathered Unlimited Plans

If you’ve been holding on to your old unlimited data plan with AT&T, you’ll soon be paying a little more. They’re increasing the price $5 to $40 per month, starting in March 2017. That and more in today’s news. Read more...

Fix a Candle That Won't Light With a Hair Dryer

If you have a candle with a buried wick there’s no need to go digging around. This simple trick will get your candle lighting in no time. Read more...

Marcus Aurelius's Thoughts On Motivating Yourself to Get Out of Bed

We all have mornings where we want nothing more than to stay in our beds, warm and comfortable, all day. If you’re having a morning like that, stoic philosopher Marcus Aurelius suggests you look to your true nature as a human being. Read more...

The Concourse Republicans Have No Good Reason Not To Impeach Donald Trump | The Slot A Rundown of Do

The Concourse Republicans Have No Good Reason Not To Impeach Donald Trump | The Slot A Rundown of Donald Trump’s Incredibly Messy First Press Conference as President-Elect | Gizmodo 4Chan Claim About Inventing Trump Pissgate Report Is Complete Bullshit [Update] | The Concourse This Is Why You Don’t Kiss The Ring | Read more...

I'm Arianna Huffington and This Is How I Work

Arianna Huffington just wants to get some rest but she’s not lying down yet. Last year she left her namesake site to start a new company called Thrive Global, taking aim at rectifying the chronic stress and burnout that has become standard in many industries. Read more...

Your Browser's Autofill Data Can Be Phished, Here's How to Stay Safe

The autofill systems in browsers like Google Chrome, Safari, and Opera, as well as plugins like LastPass, can be easily tricked into giving away your information on web pages. Here’s how you can keep your personal information secure. Read more...

Rig Up a Raspberry Pi to An Old CD Tray for An Automated Tea Steeping Device

Making tea isn’t exactly hard, but when you’re busy working it’s often hard to remember to pull out the teabag. So, DIYer Andrey Chilikin rigged up a Raspberry Pi to an old CD tray that pulls the tea bag out of our mug after a set amount of time. Read more...

BES Turns a BeagleBone Into a Nintendo-Centric Game Console

When it comes to DIY game consoles, the Raspberry Pi is king, but it’s certainly not the only player in the game. BeagleBone is another cheap Linux board, and BES is an operating system that’ll cram in a bunch of emulators for an easy to make emulation machine. Read more...

Eat This Much Adds a Calendar and More to Free Accounts

Eat This Much has moved some of its best premium features to free accounts, so now you can track and plan your meals in addition to getting ideas for what to eat next. Read more...

Amazon's Prime Credit Card Now Gets You Five Percent Back On All Amazon Purchases

Amazon’s Prime Rewards credit card has long been a favorite for Amazon users because of its three percent back on all Amazon purchases. Now, that’s upped to five percent for both new and existing card holders. Read more...

Make a Tasty Dairy-Free Spread With Cashews and Sunflower Seeds

“Vegan cheese” is a polarizing concept but, if you can view it as a savory spread rather than “cheese,” there are some really tasty non-dairy options out there, including this cashew-based number from Epicurious. Read more...

Three Photo Styling Tips to Improve Your Instagram Shots

Instagram’s a fun place to share candid photos about your daily life, but many people opt for intentional compositions and care when crafting a photo. Here are a few photo styling tips to elevate your images. Read more...

Six Things You Should Know About Flying, According to Flight Attendants

Flying is a pretty cool experience—you’re sitting 35,000 feet up in the air after all—but it can also be tiring, uncomfortable, and dirty. In a recent Reddit thread, flight attendants revealed some of the less glamorous aspects of flying. Read more...

Our Top Five Garlic Tips, Tested

Garlic is an indispensable ingredient in all sorts of cuisines, but its tacky, smelly nature makes it a pain to peel and chop. To make your life a little simpler—and hopefully a little less sticky—we’ve rounded up our most popular garlic tips, and given each one a thorough evaluation. Read more...

The Most Affordable Places to Travel in 2017

If you want to save money on travel, you’ll do well to focus on the costliest expenses, typically airfare and lodging. In their 2017 Travel Hacking Guide, Kayak names the top cities for affordable travel this year, considering those factors. Read more...

Six Warning Signs to Look for During a Job Interview

It’s easy to forget that job interviews aren’t just an evaluation of you as a candidate, they’re also a chance for you to get a sense of the company and team you could work with. Look for these warning signs during your next interview to make sure you’re getting into a good situation. Read more...

An Easy Way to Remove Condensation from Delicate Cakes and Pies 

Cheesecakes and custard-based pies are prone to condensation, especially if you don’t let them cool completely before wrapping and chilling. There is however and elegant solution involving a not so elegant item, and that item is toilet paper. Read more...

Plan For the Sequence of Return Risk to Make Your Retirement Savings Last

There are a lot of ways to calculate how much money you need to save to retire. Once you reach retirement, though, a lot can influence how long that money lasts, including the year you retire. Read more...

The Most and Least Expensive Cities to Find Short-Term Vacation Rentals

Renting a home for a vacation is a great way to feel at home while you’re away. This data shows the places where vacation rentals are cheapest, and where they’re most expensive. Read more...

Bible Verses Are Easy to Guess, So Don't Use Them As Your Password

As we’ve established time and again, your clever tricks aren’t protecting your password. If you or someone you know uses Bible references as a password, that trick is pretty easy to crack, too. Read more...

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