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Life Hackery » 30 Uncommon Uses for Aluminum Foil » Print Life Hackery » 30 Uncommon Uses for Aluminum Foil » Print Posted By lifehackery On April 22, 2008 @ 7:06 pm In Home, Life, Money | 26 Comments We’ve already seen that something as simple as a tennis ball [1] can be put to lots of uses other than just playing a friendly game, but not everyone has a ton of tennis balls just lying around. What about common household items? Aluminum foil is found in nearly every kitchen, and it’s surprisingly useful - but not only for its traditional purpose. From the cookbooks of grandmothers and the journals of contemporary internet homemakers, here are 30 new uses for that most unassuming of all shiny flexible metals: aluminum foil. 1.
A while back, I wrote a piece extolling the virtues of vinegar. I want to focus some attention on another inexpensive multipurpose agent- sodium bicarbonate. Nearly everyone has a box or two of this humble stuff hanging around. Baking Soda: Another Wonder Substance | Baking Soda: Another Wonder Substance |
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Below is a clean copy of a document comparing the data retention policies of the top five cell phone providers in the U.S. The document, entitled, “Retention Periods of Major Cellular Providers,” was produced in 2010 by the Department of Justice to advise law enforcement agents seeking to obtain cell phone records and was uncovered by the ACLU's coordinated records request on cell phone location tracking by police. The original was received by the ACLU of North Carolina. In August 2011, 35 ACLU affiliates filed 381 requests in 32 states with local law enforcement agencies seeking to uncover when, why and how they are using cell phone location data to track Americans. Cell Phone Location Tracking Request Response – Cell Phone Company Data Retention Chart
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