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What books are on your night stand now? There are no books on my night stand, because I’m a lifelong insomniac, so eight or nine years ago, I thought: “Don’t read in bed. It’s too stimulating. Watch TV instead. It’s boring.” And it’s true.
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7 hours ago by jasonpackham
The Greatest Scientific Breakthrough of Our Time Is This Drip-Free Wine Bottle
There are several ways to prevent those inevitable wine bottle drips from staining your tablecloth.
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8 hours ago by brokenrhino
Josh Gad crashed the 'Late Late Show' with his own take on the 'Beauty and the Beast' soundtrack
Josh Gad, otherwise known as LeFou from the new Beauty and the Beast movie, made an appearance on James Corden's Late Late Show on Wednesday. But he didn't just want to be a guest on the show. He wanted to be a co-host.
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8 hours ago by brokenrhino
Zane Lowe from Beats 1 on keeping “pace with the [music] culture” | 9to5Mac
In a newly released interview with CNET from SXSW 2017, Zane Lowe breaks down some of his beliefs on where music is headed in regards to Apple Music and Beats 1.
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8 hours ago by brokenrhino
The Elder Scrolls digital card game is out now for iPad - The Verge
The Elder Scrolls: Legends is a collectable card game from Bethesda that gathers together various characters and items from across the lore of the company’s popular fantasy game series and puts them all into a digital card game format.
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8 hours ago by brokenrhino
I Stopped Eating Lunch At My Desk Every Day, And This Is What Happened | Prevention
I work freelance in an office half the week, and from my home office the rest of it. When I'm at home, I quickly get into my work zone. I start the moment the kids leave for school and can easily work through until I pick them up.
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8 hours ago by dvand5
What does “attractive” really mean? – Personal Growth – Medium
After turning 11, the age when girls start feeling terribly self-conscious of their bodies, I felt defective. Not in the sense where I had lumpy, large zits on my face or thick hairy legs….but the fact that my body didn’t (and couldn’t) look anything like this.
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9 hours ago by dvand5
How Chicken-Fried Steak Got Its Texas Twang | Serious Eats
There's no denying that chicken-fried steak is a culinary icon of Texas. The dish can be found in restaurants throughout the state, and diners argue passionately over which version is best. March 23, 2017 at 02:09PM
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10 hours ago by dpreschel
Khanlou | On Comments
When writing code, the biggest enemy is complexity. Maintaining levels of abstraction and allowing the developers who work in our codebases to fluidly move up and down through those concepts is crucial to large software projects.
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11 hours ago by brokenrhino
iPad Diaries: Working with Zip Archives – MacStories
iPad Diaries is a regular series about using the iPad as a primary computer. You can find more installments here and subscribe to the dedicated RSS feed.
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11 hours ago by arturogoga
How to use Siri with the Reminders app – The Sweet Setup
Reminders is our favorite simple list app for iOS, and one of the reasons is that we love using the native Siri integration. Here are some ways that you can use it to add items to your list.
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11 hours ago by brokenrhino
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Generally speaking, undergarments are rather fraught territory for the average woman. I grew up under the impression that Victoria’s Secret ultra push-up bras and uncomfortably minimal g-strings were the precipice of “adult” intimates.
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11 hours ago by brokenrhino
I Took a Nap in a $65,000 Bed of Lights to Get Skin Like Kate Beckinsale
Over the past few months, you may have seen commercials for a Phantom of the Opera-esque beauty treatment, a plastic mask full of glowing lights that promises clearer skin.
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11 hours ago by brokenrhino
Medium's next big idea to 'fix' the internet: $5 subscriptions
Ev Williams wrote at the start of this year that he was taking Medium in a new direction because ad-driven media on the internet was "broken." The future? Subscriptions.
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11 hours ago by brokenrhino
iPad Diaries: Working with Zip Archives – MacStories
iPad Diaries is a regular series about using the iPad as a primary computer. You can find more installments here and subscribe to the dedicated RSS feed.
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12 hours ago by moongooseryan
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There’s a certain kind of old-school, backend web developer who, a long time ago, mastered things like Perl or Python or PHP or Java Server Pages, maybe even Rails or Django. This person worked with giant relational databases and built APIs that serve up JSON and even (gasp!) XML.
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12 hours ago by pfhawkins
Google - Site Reliability Engineering
Put simply, SREs run services—a set of related systems, operated for users, who may be internal or external—and are ultimately responsible for the health of these services.
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13 hours ago by pfhawkins
TouchRetouch Review: Object Removal Made Easy – MacStories
On my best days, I’m a novice photo editor – a lot of my work involves color and brightness tweaks to make my shots look better. If I’m feeling adventurous, though, I’ll try to touch up the pictures and remove unwanted objects, blemishes, or lines.
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13 hours ago by brokenrhino

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