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Exactly How to Get Glass Skin in 5 Easy Steps

A post shared by Sarah Lee (@sarah_glow) on Nov 27, 2016 at 9:34pm PST<p>Move over baby skin, there’s a new #skingoal in town. We’re talking about a …

Skin Care

How Gaslighting Affects Your Mental Health

Once in a while, it’s normal to have a fleeting moment where you question your own sanity, like when you’re severely sleep deprived or stressed out. …

Microsoft Announces Trade Up Program, Offers $200 for Laptop and $300 for MacBook - MSPoweruser

Microsoft has announced a new trade up program in which you can get $200 for laptops and $300 for Macbook when you buy a new PC.<p>How to take advantage …

Apple Could Trap You Forever With Its New 'Upgrade Program'

The new monthly payment plan seems incredibly tempting -- but let us talk you out of it.<p>It’s not enough that Apple wants us to buy a new phone every year. Now it seems to want a little bit of our soul, too.<p>Apple's updated batch of iPhones will hit shelves next week. They're expected to sell like …

Whose Side Are the Oath Keepers in Ferguson On?

Sam Andrews received three phone calls during an hour-long lunch at a Pizza Hut in St. Louis County, Missouri, last week. Andrews is a member of the …

Five Best Linux Desktop Environments

Whether you're customizing your Linux install or choosing a distro to go with, one of your many options is the desktop environment you use. There are …

A Strange Abortion Argument

These sentences from Hanna Rosin make no sense: “The reason we’re not [at peace with abortion], according to [Katha] Pollitt, is that we have all …

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Remember the "Curse of Knowledge" to Improve Your Writing

The internet is a wonderful thing: it allows anyone with a thought and a keyboard to become a writer. Unfortunately, it also means there's a lot of …

Twitter lawsuit seeks right to inform users of US government surveillance

Twitter has filed a lawsuit against the US government in which it asks to be allowed to publish information about government surveillance of users, the company announced today.<p>In the suit, filed in the US district court of Northern California, Twitter requests “relief from prohibitions on its …

San Pedro Prison

This megaprison is the largest in Bolivia, and functions as a city unto itself.<p>San Pedro is the biggest prison in La Paz, Bolivia, but not all of the …

Black Egyptians decry daily racism | Sudan

<b>Cairo, Egypt</b> - When Mohamed Ahmed Mohamed first started receiving calls on his mobile phone from an unknown number telling him to leave Egypt, he ignored them.<p>But when the threats against the Sudanese asylum-seeker increased and he began to receive emails and Facebook posts with the same message - …

Gentrification battle

Photo via Flickr user Ivan Drury<p><b>On Monday, June 24 at 19:30 GMT:</b><p>In Vancouver's Eastside, you can buy foie gras just blocks from where residents can safely use drugs. Why the contrast? A city strategy called "social mix" is hoping to merge the rich and poor through development and shared housing. …

Can This Dominican Factory Pay Good Wages And Make A Profit?

Aracelis Upia Montero bounds through the front door of her wood and cinderblock house, calling out for her children. The bubbly 41-year-old Montero — whom everyone calls Kuki — proudly shows guests around her cramped single-story home in Villa Altagracia in the Dominican Republic.<p>Montero points out …

A Surprising Barrier To Clean Water: Human Nature

In many parts of the developing world, drinking a glass of water can be deadly — especially for young children, who can die of diarrheal diseases contracted from dirty water.<p>So getting clean water to people in the developing world has been a top priority for aid groups for a long time. But it's …

Word Notebooks Make Quick Work of To-Do Lists

We all love a handy little aesthetically-pleasing notebook, but most just give you lined paper and call it a day. Word Notebooks take their job a …

Everything You Didn't Know You Could Do with Google's Voice Commands

Voice search is one of those features that seems silly, but is awesome once you start using it. Not convinced? Here are a few ways to turn voice …

Census: Smartphones Bridging Digital Divide

Smartphones appear to be increasing the rates in which blacks and Hispanics access the Internet, helping reduce disparities with whites and Asians, a government report said Monday.<p>The U.S. Census Bureau survey was the first time the agency asked respondents about whether they used smartphones to go …

Today’s eaters won’t settle for “canned goods.” They demand steel cylinders of sophistication

Today’s eaters won’t settle for “canned goods.” They demand steel cylinders of sophistication.<p><b>#4. “Fancy”</b><p>As Seen on Packages Of:<p>Bakers & Chefs Fancy Ketchup, Bumble Bee Fancy Whole Clams, Del Monte Fancy Cut Green Beans, Kirkland Extra Fancy Mixed Nuts<p>You lucky son of a bitch. While everyone else is stuffing their face with lowly, boring gruel just to stall the tide of death from washing away their humdrum existence, you are defining luxury with each and every bite of your canned clams and/or …

How to Find Out If a Company is a Cultural Fit for You

A job is more than just a place you go and a thing you do for 8+ hours a day—you also have to deal with coworkers, bosses, office politics, and a …

Judge orders Google to release data to FBI

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal judge has ordered Google to comply with FBI warrantless demands for customer data.<p>U.S. District Court Judge Susan Illston on Tuesday rejected Google's argument that the so-called "National Security Letters" the company received from the FBI were unconstitutional and …

Japan Suspends Wheat Imports From Pacific Northwest States

The suspension comes after the U.S. Agriculture Department found genetically modified wheat growing on an Oregon farm. That wheat has not been approved for U.S farming, and it's not clear how the wheat found its way onto the farm.<p>Transcript<p>RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:<p>NPR's business news begins with …

Another Reason To Watch What You Say On Facebook

Credit bureaus are exploring using social media to suss out your creditworthiness. Bloomberg reports:<p>Users of Facebook, Pinterest Inc. and Twitter Inc. share personal details every day through public postings, status updates and location check-ins. That information is proving useful in validating …