Cut Back on Your Before-Bed Smartphone Addiction With This Exercise

If you want to wean yourself off of the need to look at your phone before bed, some deliberate practice ignoring notifications during the day might help. Your smartphone can keep you up at night for a couple reasons. The blue light of the screen makes it hard for your brain to get sleepy, and […]

No one likes getting turned down.

No one likes getting turned down. Today at Lifehacker: After Hours, it’s time to stop sabotaging yourself and make your partner feel special.

Patch a Torn or Damaged Underwire Bra with Moleskin

When the fabric gives and an underwire pokes out from your bra, it can be painfully distracting, to say the least. For a quick fix, apply moleskin (available in first aid kits or a pharmacy) to put the wire back in place, stop the stabbing, and save your bra. Despite its name, moleskin is available […]

The Simple Back to School Bag

It’s back to school time, and as most students know, that means it’s time to get your bag as light as possible. Pharmacy student and Everyday Carry reader Eric Shen shares his bag. The bag is a Gravis Metro. Here’s what’s inside: Stanley Vacuum Bottle Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga Smith and Wesson SWBLOP3 Drug flash cards […]

Five Mind Tricks That’ll Make Your Food "Taste" Better

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. Make the “Plating” Look Artistic If you’ve ever […]

You can now spend up to £30 on contactless cards in the UK

More than ever before, the UK is embracing cashless payment methods such as debit and credit cards, phones and online banking. Some of that boom can be attributed to contactless payments, a technology that lets you pay with a card, fob, smartphone or wearable just by waving it in front of a reader. No signature […]

Latest look at ‘Halo 5′ is entirely devoid of Master Chief

If you were hoping to see more of Spartan 117 ahead of Halo 5: Guardians release this October, today isn’t your day. Sure, there’s a new trailer embedded below, but it isn’t gameplay. Nor does it tell us much about what’s going on with the game’s story (Dr. Halsey working alongside Covenant Elites is intriguing, […]

Apple reportedly bid for Clarkson and ‘Top Gear’ co-stars

It was quite a surprise when Amazon announced it had snapped up the Top Gear trio for a new show on Prime Instant Video. Many thought Netflix or Sky would win out, but now it’s emerged that another unlikely player was bidding for Clarkson and friends: Apple. According to Variety, the company made “an unprecedented […]

PayPal makes it even easier to call in your debts

While PayPal has made its name (and serious money) helping people pay for their online and in-store purchases, sending cash to friends or family takes a little bit longer than it needs to. That’s why the company created the Venmo app, but that’s only available to US users. Even though Venmo, Facebook Messenger, Square Cash […]

Samsung’s creating its own curated news app for Galaxy devices

Apple isn’t the only one developing an exclusive news service for its mobile customers. Samsung has announced a partnership with Axel Springer, a publisher of European newspapers including Die Welt, Bild and Fakt, to develop a news platform called “UPDAY.” It’ll be exclusive to Samsung Galaxy devices, and a beta version is set to land […]

The rise of the exponential organization

What do AirBnB, Gustin, Square, and Valve all have in common? The answer is that they are highly successful Exponential Organizations (ExOs) – and they are here to change the way we do business forever. ExO’s are the catalysts forcing us to completely reevaluate the way we run our companies. They use lean methodologies and […]

Machine or Picasso? This algorithm can transform photos into fine art

What if a run-of-the-mill photo could actually employ an algorithm that would make it look like a Van Gogh or a Picasso? A new paper published in the journal Arxiv by researchers from the University of Tubingen in Germany entitled, A Neural Algorithm of Artistic Style, may have a dry scientific name but points to this inspired outcome. Note […]

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