When you think of ramen, you probably think of those cheap packets college students eat—which is fine, but real, fresh ramen is a different—and much more delicious—matter. This graphic from the folks at Lucky Peach shows you how to make your own. Read more...
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You’ve got that boss down to just a sliver of health. One more hit and it’s done. Then, out of nowhere, his axe comes sweeping in and chops down your last bit of life...again. Your controller flies across the room as expletives roar out of your mouth. Sound familiar? Game-induced rage sucks. Here’s how to keep under control. Read more...
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Today is Intergalactic Star Wars Day, an annual holiday for practicing Jedis, Sith Lords and hardcore fans of George Lucas’ phenomenally successful space opera. To celebrate, we’ve assembled six life lessons from the making of Star Wars that can help steer any business career in the right direction (including Lucas-esque blunders to avoid). Show More Summary
The gist is simple: gist is spelled with a G, not a J. It’s one of a handful of English words which begin with a soft G sound and are spelled that way. Gin, anyone? More »
Over the weekend, Dropbox updated its terms of service so that customers outside of North America are now provided via Dropbox Ireland, rather than Dropbox USA. What’s going on? More »
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Not content with knowing that your pizza has left the store and is, traffic willing, on its way? Domino’s has made good on a promise from earlier this year and said delivery vehicle tracking for its Android and iOS apps will be fully rolled out in Australia and New Zealand on 1 July. More »
From time to time, we all misplace our keys or forget someone’s name, at least for a few minutes. This may prompt worry about “getting Alzheimer’s”, particularly if we have an older parent who was afflicted by this disease. More » ...
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Westpac’s half-yearly results outline how it has been spending money on IT over the last six months. Even though it is no longer stressing over Windows XP, there’s still a lot of money going out the door. More »
Some batteries can be tested just by dropping them, but coin cells can be much trickier to test. This DIY pair of battery-testing tweezers can test polarity and charge of coin cell batteries just by picking them up. Read more...
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