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For those folks who still have to head over to Facebook from time to time: 
If you use Facebook, you’ve probably uploaded a picture at some point. While Facebook is great for sharing, it also uses some pretty ruthless compression (compared to other sites, anyway) that makes your pictures look like crap. Here’s how to prevent that from happening.
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Be a better cook....without actually becoming a better cook.
If you’re worried about impressing someone with your cooking skills, or you’re trying a new recipe for the first time, there are some mental tricks you can use on others to make your meal seem better than it really is. Here are five of the most effective.
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Well this makes Amazon Prime Video significantly more enticing.
iOS/Android: Amazon may not be the most popular video streaming service on the block, but today it got a killer feature that takes it one step closer to its competition: offline video.
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+Niraj Rana And their interface
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You didn't fall for the alkaline diet. (Right?) Don't fall for this either.
Alkaline water is showing up on more and more grocery shelves—but it doesn’t offer any health benefits over its neutral-pH brethren.
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like I said earlier I am only looking for truth, even though I may not know when I see it, I question my beliefs as well as others, nobody knows much at all or maybe anything for certain 
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Add some bubbles to your batter.
I love a good waffle. That perfect combination of its crisp exterior and tender, fluffy insides is one of the few things that can get me out of bed before nine on a Sunday morning. Cook’s Illustrated’s new recipe, which uses seltzer for extra oomph, promises to make an already great thing even greater.
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I just use beer and wait for the yeast to help give rise to the batter. 
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Try losing those keys now. They'll be too much fun to misplace: 
You don’t have to be an audiophile to appreciate this DIY audio jack key holder, but it certainly helps. Mounted on your wall, you’ll always have a place to plug in your keys when you get home—and you’ll know where to find it. It’s easy to build, too.
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+Allison Beveridge​, I think we need one... 
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Time to grab your favorite modules and start customizing.
Android (root): Xposed, the awesome framework that allows you to roll your own customized version of Android, has finally reached a full, stable version for the newest Android versions. http://lifehacker.com/how-to-create-... How to Create Your Own Customized Version of Android with Xposed How to Create Your Own Customized Version of Android with Xposed How to Create Your Own Customized Version of Andro Traditionally, if you want to really custom...
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Beat the ice cream man at his own game.
While hanging out with some young people this summer, I offered a trip to the ice cream truck, Choco-Tacos all around. This ended up being an expensive bribe, because each frozen treat rang in at a cool $4.95. If I had seen the above video sooner, I would have saved about fifteen bucks.
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Boost your Wi-Fi reception with better antenna placement, channel settings...or a beer can.
Wireless internet is the most convenient thing since sliced bread...when it works. As one of the most frustrating parts of modern computing, we though it was worth a look back at some of our best tips for networking and Wi-Fi for today’s installment of Lifehacker’s 10th anniversary celebration.
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I have two routers where one works as an extender/booster.
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All you need to lock down your browser:
There are a ton of browser extensions that promise to protect your privacy, which leads to some natural questions: Which is the best? Do they all do the same thing? What should I really download? In this guide, we’re going to look at the most popular browser extensions that promise to protect your privacy online, and give you our recommendations.
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+Paul Rumelhart Yeah, but if it's an option now, it seems a bit early to start mistrusting the project enough to fork it just in case that option were to be removed some time in the future.  It seems a lot of duplicated effort for  very little gain.  Besides, most projects get forked to add functionality.  So forking one to specifically remove functionality seems to be a bit backwards.
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Keep fit and keep safe in any city.
Running in the heart of a metropolitan city can be a lot different than running in a quiet neighborhood or on a trail. The scenery can be an obstacle in its own right, and there are potential dangers that lurk literally around every corner. Fortunately, if you know how to navigate them, running in the city can be a great way to stay in shape.http://vitals.lifehacker.com/how-to-take-yo... ​How to Take Your Running to the Trails for a More Satisfyi...
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Sorry kids, algebra is in fact useful.
Khan Academy and Pixar have launched Pixar in a Box, a new course meant to teach kids the practical uses for all the stuff they’re learning in school and the basics of working on creative projects.
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