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"People assume that taking care of multiple dogs is stressful, but I find that to be the easiest part. Dealing with the owners is actually tougher."
Hanging out with a bunch of dogs all day sounds like a pretty sweet gig, right? But taking care of a literal pack of animals can be some tough work—especially when they’re not all very well-trained.
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The files are...inside...the phone?
Android/iOS/Windows Phone: BitTorrent Sync is a handy alternative to Dropbox if you need a lot of storage space or don’t trust someone else’s servers. The mobile apps have been a bit wanting, but now you can finally create, edit, and share files right from your phone.
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It's like IMDb for your favorite web projects.
The internet is filled with all kinds of wonderful things. Yet from the apps you love to your favorite podcast hosts, it’s often hard to find the people behind those projects. Makerbase helps you find that information, working like IMDb for the internet.
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Partying is fine, but there comes a time when you're going to want to start drinking like an adult. Here's how.
Having an active social circle can have a ton of benefits for your professional and personal life. As an adult, that social life can often involve alcohol. If you’re new to the world of drinking, or all you know from your college days is Jägerbombs and keg stands, here’s how to enter the drinking world like an adult.http://lifehacker.com/how-to-skip-th... How to Skip the Sleaze and Build a Real Professional Network How to Skip the Sleaze and Buil...
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+C Papillon not at all. 20s & 30s are when ya party hardy, Marty! ;-)
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You have control over making it swing, and that's pretty powerful.
In order to succeed, you usually have to fail at some point. We know this, but failing on purpose can be a tough thing to do. It helps to understand that embracing failure means you have control over it. Try thinking of failure as one side of a pendulum.http://lifehacker.com/5985565/how-an... How (and Why) to Intentionally Set Yourself Up for Failure How (and Why) to Intentionally Set Yourself Up for Failure How (and Why) to Intentionally Set You...
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Agree or disagree, we have options for you:
There’s no shortage of great web browsers for Android, and which one you use is largely up to personal preference. If we had to pick one however, we think Chrome is your best bet for speed, support across devices, and integrated features.
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Lightning browser, looks just like Chrome, less memory usage, smoother and a lot faster
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Cortana is easily one of the most interesting new features of Windows 10.
Cortana is easily one of the coolest new features of Windows 10. You’re probably already familiar with personal assistants like Google Now and Siri, but now you have one built right into your desktop! Here’s how to get information, manage your schedule, and even run a few Google commands.
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How come I can not search "Display" setting with cortana?
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You might get as much as $1,100 more compared to volunteering and taking their cash compensation. This graphic explains how it works--and when it works.

Check it out here, or head here for more: http://lifehacker.com/if-your-flight-is-overbooked-dont-volunteer-to-get-bum-1722036179
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DO something. Like kickball, or LARPing.
Whether they’re based on lifting, running, or something else entirely, most workout plans only require hard efforts a couple days a week, and designate the others for something mysterious labeled “rest.” But that doesn’t mean you have to spend all day on the couch.
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Run commands on your phone without ever leaving your PC!
Chrome: Cortana is a pretty awesome voice assistant for Windows 10. If you run Android, you’re probably also used to Google Now being pretty great as well. Now, AutoRemote allows you to control your Android phone with Cortana.
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A cracked crust isn’t as tragic as you thought.
There’s nothing worse than rolling out a beautiful pie crust only to have it crack during baking, but it turns out that there’s a super easy fix, and it doesn’t require any extra dough.
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There's a lot of great food right outside your door.
My father has always railed against what he calls “yard clipping salads,” a.k.a. any salad that isn’t made of romaine or iceberg. That’s too bad, because literal yard clippings (and forest clippings) are not only good for you, but super flavorful, and can be easily foraged for. (And they’re usually free.) Let’s explore some of the edible weeds, ferns, and flowers that can be found outside your door.
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Rabbit eats grass, therefore it is a salad.
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