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Microsoft has released a new version of Outlook for Mac, available to Office 365 subscribers, with a

Microsoft has released a new version of Outlook for Mac, available to Office 365 subscribers, with a refined interface and better push email support. Read more on the Office blog. Read more...

Mongo Only Pawn in Game of Life in the Friday Open Thread

Hello! Welcome to the Friday open thread, where rustlers, cutthroats, murderers, bounty hunters, desperados, mugs, pugs, thugs, nitwits, halfwits, dimwits, vipers, snipers, con men, and Methodists eat beans around a campfire and cause global warming. Read more...

?Waiters and Waitresses: How Can Guests Get the Best Service From You?

Try as you might, we know that most waiters are spread too thin to give all of their tables equal service. So, we want to know, what can your guests do to get the best service when dining in your section? Read more...

7 Tips to Save Time in the Kitchen

Whether you love to cook or simply do it out of necessity, you’ll enjoy cooking more when the process is organized and efficient. Here are seven easy-to-implement ideas to help you get organized and save time in the kitchen:… continue reading... 1. The post 7 Tips to Save Time in the Kitchen appeared first on simplify 101.

How to Stick to a Writing Schedule

Practice makes perfect, the old adage goes, and the more you write the better you get at it. Whether you're blogging for money or writing for yourself —perhaps for November's NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month—here are some tips to develop a writing habit. Read more...

vTabs Puts Tabs in a Side Bar, Can Save Open Tabs for Later

Chrome: Tabs are one of the best inventions in the browser world, but with them came the problem of managing them. vTabs offers a solution with a sidebar that not only lets you see more info about a tab, but store tabs away for later. Read more...

Today's Your Chance to Upgrade to This Hackable 802.11ac Router

Everyone remembers those classic blue Linksys routers of yore, so while the Linksys WRT1900AC may exude nostalgia, its technology is all brand new. Read more...

Install a Prehung Door Without Hiring a Carpenter

Installing a prehung door—that is, a door that is already hanging in its own frame—simplifies the installation process, but that doesn't mean it's easy. You'll still have to adjust doors and jambs to compensate for imperfections in a wall frame. Read more...

Use a Pill Box to Organize Jewelry and Small Items While Traveling

Tiny things don't have a place in most suitcases. They can easily get lost in pockets or fall out of bags. To avoid this, keep your jewelry and other small items in a pill box. Read more...

Deadspin How Muhammad Ali's Rope-A-Dope Myth Suckered America | Gawker A Child's Treasury of This Ye

Deadspin How Muhammad Ali's Rope-A-Dope Myth Suckered America | Gawker A Child's Treasury of This Year's Most Offensive Halloween Costumes | io9 10 Tropes Involving Fantasy Weapons That Should Die In A Fire | Kotaku School Tries To Recreate Studio Ghibli Food Read more...

Check Your Power Meter with Everything Off to Identify Outside Drains

We all expect that we're the only ones using the electricity in our house. However, sometimes faulty wiring or dishonest behavior can leave you on the hook for your neighbor's power needs. Read more...

How Did You Start Investing?

A lot of people shy away from investing because it seems confusing and risky. But if you want to build your nest egg, you'll probably have to get over your fear of investing. If you did get over it, tell us how you got started. Read more...

What You Need to Know About Shame and Guilt

Although shame and guilt may seem similar, shame is highly correlated with addiction, depression, and aggression. In contrast, guilt is linked to empathy and understanding other perspectives. Read more...

3 Skills to Future-Proof Your Brain for Tomorrow’s World

“If you are in school today, the technologies you will use as an adult tomorrow have not been invented yet. Therefore, the life skill you need most is not the mastery of specific technologies, but mastery of the technium as a whole — how technology in general works. Show More Summary

Norbert Finds and Verifies People's Email Addresses

With Norbert, you can find someone's email address by simply typing in their first name, last name, and the domain name where you think they work. Read more...

All of the Halloween Freebies and Deals You Can Get Today

To celebrate Halloween, a few companies have special promotions to make sure you and your kids' Halloween 2014 is mostly treat and less trick. Here's some of the best out there, including free doughnuts, cheap burritos, and lots of free kid's meals. Read more...

My Secret Weapon for Extra Energy at Work

The evidence is undeniable—we need good sleep to perform at our best. And one way we can get more rest is to make room in the middle of the day for a killer nap. I once worked for a man who napped nearly every day. He would sit upright in his chair, hold his keys […]

Finally, A Portable Charger That Allows You To Charge Anything Anywhere

These days, running out of power is a real concern due to our reliance on electronics. No power means no... The post Finally, A Portable Charger That Allows You To Charge Anything Anywhere appeared first on Lifehack.

10 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do in Relationships

Most of us remember a crazy relationship we were in, or a time we acted crazy toward someone we love. Looking... The post 10 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do in Relationships appeared first on Lifehack.

Travel Hacks: 15 Tips for Sleeping in Airports (+ the 15 Best Airports to Sleep In)

If you’ve ever taken a long plane trip, chances are you’ve slept in or at least considered sleeping in an... The post Travel Hacks: 15 Tips for Sleeping in Airports (+ the 15 Best Airports to Sleep In) appeared first on Lifehack.

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