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Try Designer Outlet Stores for Cheaper Prices On Unusual Sizes

If you're not "average" sized, you may already have a tough time finding clothes. Specialty stores like Lane Bryant or The Foundry focus on non-standard sizes. If you're at the outlet mall, check out the designer stores for clothes in your size. Read more...

Save Images Directly to Amazon Cloud Drive with This Extension

Chrome: Amazon Prime customers can save an unlimited amount of photos to Amazon Cloud Drive, which makes it a good spot for images. With the Save to Cloud Drive Chrome Extension, you can save any image to Amazon with a right-click. Read more...

Five Best Online Presentation Creation Tools

You don't have to download an office suite to build great-looking presentations for work, a talk, or school. There are plenty of online options that work well from any computer with a web browser, whether it's your desktop, a PC at work, or a laptop on the go. This week we're looking at five of the best. Read more...

Resumazing Scores Your Resume Based on a Job Posting

Lots of companies are using automated applicant tracking systems today. Resumazing figures out what changes you'll need to make to your resume to get the job you want. Read more...

When You Might Not Want a Security Freeze on Your Credit Report

A security freeze is a hard lock on your credit. If you've been a victim of identity theft or recent store breaches, your first thought might be to go ahead with the lock. In some circumstances, though, you might be better off leaving it as is. Read more...

Try Flavored Vinegars for Low-Calorie Flavor Boost in Your Recipes

If you're looking to boost the flavor in your food while keeping it healthy, check out infused vinegars. F lavored vinegars give everything a bit of a boost and just add a few calories. Read more...

Indiegogo Life Helps You Crowdsource for Personal Causes

We've all been asked to help donate to someone's individual cause. A friend may need a medical procedure or just fell on hard times and needs help. Indiegogo Life lets you crowdsource your friends online for these causes. Read more....

Check Idioms and Preferred Grammar Usage with Google

Proper grammar is important, but sometimes grammar checkers and proofreading aren't enough. If you aren't sure about a preferred phrasing, try using Google to see what's popular. Read more...

Find Your “Spinach Tasks” To Crush Your To-Do List

When you face your to-do list each day, you might organize it by priority or mix in some rewards. Another approach is to find out which tasks give you energy and strength, just like Popeye uses spinach. Read more...

Google Introduces History for Voice and Mobile Search, Opt Out Here

Google tracks a ton of information about what you've done with their products, which they use to make suggestions for products like Google Now and autocomplete. They recently updated their Account History page with the ability to view or pause or voice search history, as well as other information from your mobile devices. Read more...

Top 10 Ways to Improve Your Monitor, the Screen You Stare at All Day

Many of us are stuck behind our desk and computer all day long, which makes the hardware we use quite important. Let's give some more thought to our monitors, with these ten tips for getting the most out of those screens. Read more....

Reduce Stress During the Day With a Slow Morning

Setting up some morning rituals helps start off your day right. The first ritual you pick should be a slow one. Deliberately taking time to slow down first thing in the mornings could reduce your daily stress. Read more...

This Video Debunks 10 Popular Misconceptions About Germs and Hygiene

The thought of germs can be a terrifying thing, but it's important to know the truth about the germ-covered world around you. This video clears up some highly circulated myths about things like germs, soap, and toilet seats. Read more...

Make Grocery Shopping with Kids Easier by Getting Them Involved

When you're grocery shopping with kids, it can sometimes be tough to keep them under control. Instead of just distracting them, you can keep them occupied by making them part of the shopping process. Read more...

Unlock a Game Hidden in Chrome on Android or PC

You've probably seen the cute little dinosaur that appears when Chrome can't establish a network connection. Well he's actually the star of his own endless runner game that you can play on PC and Android. Read more...

Gizmodo Amazon's Gold Box Forum Is a Beautiful Pocket of Internet Insanity | io9 Why Early Wonder Wo

Gizmodo Amazon's Gold Box Forum Is a Beautiful Pocket of Internet Insanity | io9 Why Early Wonder Woman Was A Champion Of Feminism... And Bondage | Jalopnik What's The Best Car Nobody Is Buying? | Jezebel MSU Frat Bros Share Video of Sex Act with Seemingly Intoxicated Girl | Kinja Popular Posts Read more...

Why You Should Stop Caring about Being Nice and Just Be Honest

Everyone wants to be well-liked and respected, but when you trip over yourself to be nice, you might be doing yourself a disservice. People might perceive you as indecisive and perhaps even disingenuous. Instead, try being honest, polite, and assertive. Read more...

Simplenote for iOS and Android Updates with Dark Mode and Font Sizes

Android/iOS: Simplenote, our favorite syncing note-taker on the iPhone, got a minor but nice update today that includes a new dark mode and the ability to adjust font sizes. Read more...

"A Tool Is Just an Opportunity with a Handle."

This quote comes to us from a recent interview on Freakonomics with Wired co-founder Kevin Kelly, and is a nice reminder that a tool doesn't need a specific definition. Read more...

?This List Has 100 Places to Find Trustworthy Health Information

We've all asked Dr. Google about health problems, but sometimes you're likely to find overhyped pseudoscience instead of good advice. The Medical Library Association has put together a list of 100 legit sources so you can avoid Dr. Google's sometimes confused results. Read more...

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