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How to Fix Google's Ugly, Logo-Filled Search Results
I had a feeling something was off the other day when I was doing some Googling. As it turns out, Google has redesigned its search results page a bit, adding in favicons, a big “AD” icon for sponsored results, and shuffling around the placement of site URLs.
google  lifehacker  Technology 
3 days ago by renee9656
How to Know When You Might Actually Be Wrong
In any argument, it can be hard to tell who is wrong and who is right. Except when you’re one of the involved parties, that is—because you’re definitely right. Right?
12 days ago by thx1138
Don't Quit Until You Ask Yourself These Questions
If you can’t decide whether it’s time to quit a job, end a relationship, bow out of a social organization, or simply say goodbye to something in your life that might be kinda okay but not great, ask yourself three questions:
quitting  mind  hacks  questions  jobs  lifehacker 
18 days ago by renee9656
How to Get to Inbox Zero Today
Taking some time away from your many electronic devices can provide a much needed reset. But sometimes coming back can feel even worse than not having that break at all. In particular, I’m talking about your inbox.
inboxzero  productivity  decluttering  lifehacker 
18 days ago by renee9656
Send Your Phone Back to the '90s With This Free Android Game
Even if I don’t remember much of the ‘90s, I sure remember all that old ‘90s tech, especially the classic look and feel of older Windows operating systems. So when I saw Android Central’s post about the free-to-play Android game Progressbar95, I knew I had to give it a shot.
android  google  play  games  apps  lifehacker 
18 days ago by renee9656
The Best Tiny Hacks of 2019
Tiny hacks may feel, well, small, but they can change your life in big ways. Here are the best little life hacks we published this year.
tinyhacks  lifehacker 
23 days ago by renee9656
How Much Water Do I Actually Need to Drink Every Day?
Water has gone beyond simply being good for us: reusable water bottles have become a statement unto themselves, signaling our health- and environmental-consciousness to the world. We’re so conditioned to constantly guzzle water that some people panic if they don’t have it on their person at all times. But how much water do we actually need to drive every day? We spoke with a doctor to find out.
lifehacker  health  water 
6 weeks ago by kger
How to Follow Up on a Job Interview (Without Being Annoying)
Interviewing for a potential job is stress-inducing enough itself, without even considering the whole follow-up process. What if you think it went well but you don’t hear back from anyone? Sometimes this is a sign of bad news, and sometimes it isn’t. You want to follow up and find out what’s going on, but you don’t want to be annoying. Here’s how to handle this situation effectively.
lifehacker  job_search  from pocket
7 weeks ago by kger
Ask This Instead of 'Any Questions?'
I come from a quiet people. My classmates and I were always bad at asking questions of the teacher, or recognizing that we had questions. I wish I’d had someone like historian and professor Jacqueline Antonovich, who recently tweeted a trick for encouraging her students to pipe up. She simply rephrases the prompt “Any questions?” to “What questions do you have for me?”
lifehacker  presentations  from pocket
7 weeks ago by kger
The very best French toast doesn’t even need syrup
Italian bread, eggs, milk, butter, and syrup—those were always the five ingredients my railroad-worker father used to make French toast for us. He ate it plain, but my brother and I wanted ours topped with an unholy amount of sugar. I remember my Mom trying to teach me about portion control, in the hopes that I wouldn’t create a giant pond of sweet syrup on my plate.
lifehacker  cooking  breakfast  recipes  from pocket
7 weeks ago by kger

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