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Time to toss out those napkins from last week's lunch! Our video on organizing your desk will help you get--and stay--productive.

Check it out here, or head here for more: http://quickhacks.lifehacker.com/how-to-declutter-your-desk-and-get-organized-1757126328
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I just did this a week ago. Now my desk only has the laptop my second monitor on a riser. Under the riser I keep my folders. My Darth Vader coffee cup holds my pens, pencils and markers. I bought another laptop monitor riser that tilts for my soundboard. As far as cable management goes, I used a shipping tube with velcro strips. The tube is under the top side of the desk. My desk had looked like a hurricane came through. Awesome video though! 
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Has this classic aged well? 
Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends & Influence People is one of the best selling self-help books of all time. The book has influenced a wide range of people over the years, from Warren Buffett to Charles Manson. Those two people, Buffet and Manson, really express the weirdness that is Carnegie’s book in the modern era. Let’s dig into it.
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One thing I you got wrong on this one, the ideas of collecting stamps, writing down birthdays, and polite arguing with a policeman, are things that still happen today.

People collect stamps and more often than not probably argue with the police albeit only a few do it politely.

My real point is that writing down people's birthdays is still important. If you wish to remember birthdays without the help of your digital calendar the process of memorizing birthdays involves writing them down. Besides, even if you're using a digital calendar you will still have to write the date down (input) in your digital calendar. :)
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From the halftime show to the player's dance moves, here's your guide to getting through the Super Bowl if you know nothing about--or don't want to know anything about--football:

The Super Bowl is Sunday, and so begins the ancient tradition of people who couldn’t care less about football or the teams involved gathering around to watch the big game. If you want to enjoy yourself without resorting to just getting drunk and eating nachos for five hours, here’s everything you need to know to fake your way through it.
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Or just don't watch it. 
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You can do a lot better than a can of dip, without a lot of extra effort:
In a culture where party food is practically a competitive sport, it can be easy to overthink your Super Bowl snack options. Unsurprisingly, we recommend taking a lazier approach, and have culled some the tastiest, minimum-effort dips and finger foods around, so you can focus on what’s really important: football.
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Next time you move, don't just let the US Postal Service know. Change your address at these places, too.
When you change your address, you can get your mail forwarded for a little while, but eventually you’ll need to let a lot of places know the old-fashioned way. We’ve put together a list to help you remember them.
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Deadlifts are simply awesome.
Deadlifts: you either love ‘em or are afraid of ‘em. To the casual eye, they look like a great way to throw out your back (and you can if you have terrible form), but they’re actually one of the best and most practical movements in or out of the gym. Here’s what you need to know about this not-so-deadly exercise.
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Cord-cutters, this is your year! 
This Sunday, cord cutters around the country will participate in the grandest tradition of the year: trying to figure out how to stream the Super Bowl online. Well, we have your answer, sports fans. Here’s how to stream the big game at home over the internet, to whatever device you want to watch on.
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When and where can I just watch it without the commercials?
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If the download buttons can't play nice, they get the big red warning.

Finding the right download button on a website is the least fun version of hide and seek ever invented. Now, Google’s taking action to warn users when sites engage in this kind of deceptive behavior.
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I got a similar warning when downloading a zip file. Not that there was anything wrong just that it wasn't a common download? Whatever that means. Seems a little over the top. However I can't tell you the number of times I've had to clean someone's system because they clicked the big red button instead of the actual download they were looking for. 
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Lots of great features all in one spot. 
Google Flights is a solid tool for booking travel. You’re probably already familiar with its basic functions, like finding the best price for flights and browsing flexible dates that can save you money and time. However, there are some other, lesser-known features that can help you squeeze even more out of your travel budget.
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You got Microsoft in my Android! Two.....great tastes?
Today, Microsoft and SwiftKey made a joint announcement that the latter would be joining the former. Microsoft has acquired Swiftkey and will be implementing the company’s predictive technology into its products over the coming months.
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Finally! I'll be able to swype on my Win10 tablet.
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The first episode of our new video series is here! Tip Tester - where we test common life hacks to see if they're all they're cracked up to be.

First up, can you open a bottle of wine without a corkscrew? Check it out here, or read more here: http://lifehacker.com/tip-tester-can-you-open-a-bottle-of-wine-without-a-cor-1756636043
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+Brandt Hambrick No, no, you have to right-click to deselect.
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Bricked machines, leaking water cooling systems, nasty cuts, and even a gunshot. We asked for the worst and you delivered.
The excitement of working on a computer can be replaced with devastation in an instant. We asked you for your craziest, most rage-inducing computer “whoopsies,” and you shared some real doozies. From bricking to fires, water cooling to blood stains, here are your worst computer customization horror stories.
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