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The OS LinuX Desktop

Reader Oliver wanted to make his Linux Mint desktop look as much like a Mac as possible so others would find it easy to use. Given some of our previous Linux featured desktops, we know it wasn’t tough, but the end-result still looks great. Here’s how it’s all set up. To submit your desktop to […]

Albums Makes It Easy to Find and Play Full Albums on Your iPhone

iPhone: The iPhone’s default music player does its job just fine, but if you’re the type to prefer listening to full albums instead of singles, it’s not perfect. Albums is a music app that’s made for listening to full albums and lets you do it with just a couple taps. Albums has a pretty bare-bones […]

Build In Progress Shares DIY Projects Before They’re Finished

Sites like Instructables and Make (and here, of course) are great for sharing your DIY projects when you finish them, but sometimes you need a little help along the way. Build in Progress is a site that lets you share your projects as you make them. Build In Progress lets you upload in-progress shots, short […]

How to Help Kids Cope with Irrational Fears

One of the most helpless and frustrating moments as a parent is when our kids have irrational fears, and nothing we say seems to help them cope. It’s perfectly natural for a child to be afraid of the dark, of course, but how can we help them overcome these fears? This post originally appeared on […]

Fix a Wobbly Table with a Bit of Math

One of the most irritating inconveniences is a table that wobbles back and forth when you lean on it. Assuming the cause is uneven ground, math proves that if you rotate the table, the legs will find a perfect resting place within a quarter rotation. Instead of reaching for a coaster or piece of paper, […]

Fix a Wobbly Table with a Bit of Math

One of the most irritating inconveniences is a table that wobbles back and forth when you lean on it. Assuming the cause is uneven ground, math proves that if you rotate the table, the legs will find a perfect resting place within a quarter rotation. Instead of reaching for a coaster or piece of paper, […]

The Best Time to Work When You’re Sleep Deprived

You had a light night and you know the next day is going to be rough. You’ll likely be dragging all day, but there is still a small window of time when you’ll be most alert that you can take advantage of. Melissa Dahl at NYMag blog Science of Us talked sleep deprivation with Professor […]

Get a Fallen Guitar Pick Out of Your Acoustic Guitar with a Pencil

You’re strumming along and somehow your pick loosens from your fingers and goes spelunking into the depths of your acoustic guitar. Instead of shaking your instrument like a madman, grab a pencil. No, the pencil isn’t for scribbling heartfelt lyrics. You’re going to use the eraser end of it to pin the pick to the […]

The Biking Blogger’s Go Bag

As a remote writer for Lifehacker, I find that sometimes I just need to get out of the house for a little while. My primary means of doing so is a bicycle, so I typically mix what I need to bike with what I need to work. So, today I’m showing off what’s in my […]

​Pay Off Your Credit Cards Mid-Month Before Applying for a Loan

You’d think you’d have a great credit score if you pay off your credit card balances every month, but that’s not always the case. If you owe a lot on your credit card, you might want to pay the balance early before applying for a loan. We’ve already told you about paying your credit card […]

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