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For years self-help gurus have preached the same simple mantra: if you want to improve your life then you need to change how you think.
Imagine a future where you can just download a drug off the internet and print it out when you need a quick pick-me-up – it’s just become a reality thanks to the marvels of 3D printers. Researchers from Scotland have made their own DIY 3D-printing drugstore and they reckon you’ll be able to use them to print your own drugs right from the comfort of your own home.
Sometimes, if I haven't done laundry in awhile, using my hamper to transport clothes to the laundry room isn't ideal since it'll contain a few loads. Redditor RedSquaree shows us how to move those clothes without dropping them everywhere. Just lay a pair of pants—preferably one that's going that particular load—and roll up the other clothes, as shown above.
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7 Million Pounds Of Ammonia-treated Meat Sold for School Lunches (odd) Reviewed by Kristie Bertucci on Mar 9 Rating: Wondering what your kids are eating for lunch at school? Well look above and you’ll see that it’s pink slime, otherwise known as ammonia-treated meat in a bright Pepto-bismol shade that even places likes McDonald’s, Taco Bell and Burger King have rejected.
Productivity guru David Allen—he of the popular Getting Things Done productivity system —writes on the New York Times about how technology overwhelms and damages our productivity.
We spend loads on all sorts of cleaning, health, and other household products at the store every week, but quite often you can get the same jobs done with less obvious products already in your house.
Chances are you've accumulated a few spare thumb drives over the years, choosing new ones thanks to better form factors and increased capacities. But what do you do with the old ones that are just lying around?
We're busy people, and even the most savvy of us sometimes just don't have the time to learn about every odd and end in the tech world. Here are some of our favorite tech explainers on things you probably hear a lot about, but never really knew. 10.
Things break down, whether due to accidents, negligence, or just plain wear and tear. Instead of shelling out for an expensive repair or replacement, though, you can often fix the problem yourself for much less. Here are 10 repairs you should never pay for.
We share a lot of cool gadgets around here, but there are a few tech essentials we think should be in every geek's laptop bag.
You're fat, in debt, bite your nails, live in a filthy hovel you call an apartment, can't find a decent job, and your life sucks .
We love our games and consoles, but there's a big world that lies beyond the product you pull out of the box. Your console is capable of so much more than you may realize. Here are our top 10 video game hacks and DIY projects to prove it.
We may control a lot of what our body does, but sometimes it rebels—whether its with brain freeze, a gag reflex, or just plain bad vision. Here are our top 10 body hacks that give the power back to you. 10.
A vacation can range anywhere from a dream to a nightmare. While some of that depends on circumstance, there's plenty you can do to make your travel easier, more efficient, and more fun. Here are our top 10 favorite tips, tricks, and hacks to help make your next trip really great.