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How to Safely Delete Private Data Forever

If you’re erasing sensitive files from a computer, you probably want them gone forever and far beyond the reach of data recovery tools. …

Operating Systems

How to Install Custom Fonts on iPhone and iPad

In order to give my documents, design projects or presentations a boost, I use different fonts. They add great values to the documents. It’s easy to</b> …

How to fix wifi issues on your iPhone or iPad after updating to iOS 7.1.2 | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories

If you've updated to iOS 7.1.2 and find yourself experiencing wifi issues on your iPhone or iPad, you aren't alone. Many users have reported wifi …

How To Release Chronically Tight Hamstrings - Monthly Yoga With Abi

<i>About Abi</i> -<br>Abi Carver designs yoga routines for mountain bikers looking to eliminate muscular aches and pains, gain an edge in competition and unlock …

How to unlock your iPhone's secret emoticon keyboard @(・●・)@

You probably didn't know there's secret keyboard hiding in your iPhone with access to more than 100 emoticons.<p>After a few taps in your Settings — no …

11 Hacks to Improve Your iPhone's Battery Life

Make it last for hours longer.<p>Tired of your iPhone needing to be charged every day? Any claims of 'one weird trick' that will get your iPhone to last three days are usually pure bull. But there <i>are</i> ways to extend that staying power just a little. With these 11 not-so-weird tricks, you could have a …

Hacking

9 paid iPhone apps on sale for free right now

Today’s list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free comes just one day ahead of Thanksgiving, so you’ll have even more to be thankful for as …

Why Do Many Reasonable People Doubt Science?

There’s a scene in Stanley Kubrick’s comic masterpiece <i>Dr. Strangelove</i> in which Jack D. Ripper, an American general who’s gone rogue and ordered a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union, unspools his paranoid worldview—and the explanation for why he drinks “only distilled water, or rainwater, and only …

Why do we get sleep in our eyes?

Our eyes fill up with gunk as we sleep, but what is it? As Jason G Goldman discovers, the stuff has a more important job than it seems.<p>The first thing I do when I wake up each morning is look at the long list of notifications that have silently accumulated on my phone as I slept. The second thing I …

Skin Care

15 Hidden New Features Tucked Away In iOS 9

After months in beta, iOS 9 hits iPhones and iPads today! Hurrah!<p>Want to be the master of all things iOS 9? We’ve compiled a list of some of the neat but not-so-obvious features, many of which are tucked away enough that you might not otherwise stumble upon them on your own.<p>We’ll expand this list …

Neat
Prince Charles

How to Email Pictures from iPhone

If you’re going to send a small group of photos, you can tap a single photo and then select multiple in the next step.<p>Tap the Share icon. Here you can swipe back and forth to select or deselect any of the photos you want to send.<p>Tap Mail.<p>Enter the To: email address. Add a subject if desired.

Mobile Photography

Who held the first Memorial Day celebration?

History books credit a Union officer with the idea of a holiday to remember the war dead. But the first people to honor those who died had far less power<p>African Americans have fought and died for America from its earliest days, from frontier skirmishes to the French and Indian Wars to the fall of …

Black History

Tip of the Day: Use iTunes to Sync Photos to Your Device

While iCloud Photo Library has generally replaced iTunes for syncing photos between your computer and your iPhone or iPad, you can still opt to use the iTunes software. I can think of a couple reasons you may want to do this. If you'd like to keep a limited selection of your photos on your device …

iCloud

Why owning a cat could lead to blindness

The allergen which dogs carry reduces the chance of developing glaucoma but owning a cat nearly doubles the risk of contracting the eye disease<p>Keeping a pet cat puts owners at greater risk of going blind, but a dog appears to protect eyesight, a new study suggests.<p>Scientists have discovered that …

How to Treat a Cold Sore

Once you pick up the cold sore virus, it lies in wait in your nerve cells until a trigger—say, stress, an illness, dry skin, or even a smack in the gob—prompts it to rear up again. So the best way to avoid an outbreak, then, is to reduce your exposure to certain triggers.<p>These sores are contagious, …

A Big-Muscle Workout Plan for Skinny Guys

But what if I tell you it doesn’t have to be that way? That you can pack on slabs of muscle, too?<p>The 60-day plan below is designed specifically for ectomorphs, or “hard gainers.” It focuses on making you bigger and stronger.<p>To steal a line from strength coach Greg Nuckols: “To get stronger, you …

The No. 1 mistake hackers hope you make

A strong password is a pain to create, remember and type. That's why far too many people settle for passwords that are weaker and easier to remember than they should be. But strong passwords are essential for keeping hackers and snoopers out of your online accounts.<p>Fortunately, I know a few good …

Information Systems

Choosing a college major? Read this first

People pick a college major for all kinds of reasons, of course, some of which have little or nothing to do with money. Even so, and especially now …

College & University

Why Saying This Four-Letter Word Can Transform Your Productivity

A neurochemical shift happens in your brain when you say “done” at the end of even the smallest tasks.<p>Perfectionists are often reminded that “done is better than perfect.” But it turns out there’s another reason we should all try to create more “done” moments in our workdays.<p>Saying the word <i>done</i> can …

Time Management

Opt Out of Verizon's Relentless Tracking Program for Real

Verizon Wireless is finally letting its customers opt out of its ad-targeting program that uses persistent, undeletable tracking codes on phones, reports The New York Times.<p>The mobile carrier has been injecting users’ devices with ‘supercookies’ — also known as unique identifier headers (UIDH) — …

The most awesome new apps you might have missed this week

The Authenticity Paradox

Authenticity has become the gold standard for leadership. But a simplistic understanding of what it means can hinder your growth and limit your impact.<p>Consider Cynthia, a general manager in a health care organization. Her promotion into that role increased her direct reports 10-fold and expanded …

Leadership

New Windows 7 Patch Is Badware, Disables Graphics Driver Updates And Windows Defender

*<i>Due to some valid complaints regarding my usage of the term “Malware,” I’ve updated the headline with a more accurate description of the Windows Update: “Badware,” which is unintentionally harmful software.</i><p>If you have Windows 7 set to automatically update every Tuesday, it may be time to …

The Science Of Comic Sans

Researchers have gotten a lot better at understanding how the forms of letters evoke different emotional responses.<p>One of the funniest <i>McSweeney’s</i> pieces you’ll ever read is a message to haters from the font Comic Sans. Slighted by the perception that he’s “pedestrian and tacky,” Mr. Sans argues …

Typography