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Aujourd’hui — 20 septembre 2019Lifehacker

Find Your Perfect Bra Quickly By Knowing Your 'Sister Bra Sizes'

Par Melanie Pinola and Elizabeth Yuko

If you’ve ever gone shopping for a bra, you know how frustrating it can be. Between bra sizes being a myth and hormone levels changing the size of breasts throughout the month, it’s an uphill battle. Fortunately, this graphic offers a few pointers that may help.

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The Best Apps That Now Support Dark Mode in iOS 13

Par Brendan Hesse

iOS 13 is here, and like Android 10, Apple’s newest OS update brings an official dark mode to your iPhone. Apps can have their own special looks when you’re using dark mode, too, and the fine folks at Gadget Hacks have provided a long list of various apps that currently support this feature. Some of the standouts…

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Make a Better Screwdriver With Curaçao

Par Claire Lower on Skillet, shared by Claire Lower to Lifehacker

The screwdriver is not a bad drink, but it’s not a great drink. The combination of orange juice and vodka isn’t hard to swallow, but I’ve never been like “You know what I really crave right now? A freakin’ screwdriver.”

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When You Electronically Sign Documents, Always Keep a Copy

Par Lisa Rowan on Two Cents, shared by Lisa Rowan to Lifehacker

When Paul, a freelancer based in New York, couldn’t getting a response from a consulting client who owed him money, he thought he might have to take legal action. I’ll download the contract, he thought, as he dug back through his inbox for a link to the document he had signed months before using business automation…

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How to Make Your Own Stuffed Crust Pizza

Par A.A. Newton on Skillet, shared by A.A. Newton to Lifehacker

The greatest gift that home cooking has to give is happiness, and few things make people happier than a slice of pizza. So, on this National Pepperoni Pizza Day, I’d like to talk about just how easy it is to make pizza at home—even a fully loaded, stuffed-crust monstrosity.

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Memorize More With the Best Mnemonics From Wikipedia

Par Nick Douglas

There is nothing too smart or too stupid for a mnemonic. They can teach you features of specific neurological disorders, or they can teach you how to open a jar. Here are some of the cleverest memory aids that you might not know yet, as catalogued by Wikipedia.

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How to Watch Tonight's Democratic Candidate Forum on LGBTQ Issues

Par Josh Ocampo

Tonight, 10 Democratic presidential candidates will take the stage in Iowa individually to discuss issues affecting LGBTQ Americans, like the Equality Act, bans on conversion therapy, and some candidates’ controversial records on marriage equality. This will be the first of two forums on LGBTQ issues. (The other is…

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What Should I Do If I'm Way Over The Miles On My Lease?

Par Tom McParland on Jalopnik, shared by Melissa Kirsch to Lifehacker

As Jalopnik’s resident car buying expert and professional car shopper, I get emails. Lots of emails. I’ve decided to pick a few questions and try to help out. This week we’re discussing what to do if you go over the mileage restrictions on your lease, balancing the CarMax cost with the solid warranty, and the best…

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Why Now's the Time to Buy a House

Par Nicole Dieker on Two Cents, shared by Nicole Dieker to Lifehacker

If you want the most options and the least competition, the first week of fall is a great time to buy a home.

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Make Retro McDonald's Fries With Beef Tallow

Par Claire Lower on Skillet, shared by Claire Lower to Lifehacker

McDonald’s may be a hamburger restaurant, but it’s the fries that keep them coming back. Oddly, the fries that made McDonald’s famous—the ones that truly set them apart from their fast food rivals—are not the fries they serve today. The original golden fry from the Golden Arches was cooked in beef tallow, which gave…

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Friday's Best Deals: AirPods, Instant Pots, Friends: The Complete Series, and More

Par Ana Suarez, Corey Foster, Tercius, Shep McAllister, and Chelsea Stone on Kinja Deals, shared by Chelsea Stone to Lifehacker

Two different-sized Instant Pots, Friends: The Complete Series, Apple AirPods 2 with Case lead off Friday’s best deals from around the web.

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This Top-Selling Cold Brew Coffee Maker Is Just $16 Today

Par Shep McAllister on Kinja Deals, shared by Chelsea Stone to Lifehacker

Takeya Cold Brew Maker | $16 | Amazon | Clip coupon on page

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What Exactly Is the National Debt?

Par Lisa Rowan on Two Cents, shared by Lisa Rowan to Lifehacker

Among the near-constant discussion of an impending recession, you may have noticed some rumbling about our worsening national deficit. But you may be confused about how that national debt happens, and what it means for how the country’s finances are run.

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Get Serious About Cycling With These Beginner Training Plans

Par Beth Skwarecki on Vitals, shared by Beth Skwarecki to Lifehacker

How’s the cycling going? If you’re new to our fitness challenge, this September we’ve been hopping on our bikes (indoors or out) for some cycling workouts. If you’re having fun and want to take it to the next level, here are some beginner training plans to try.

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How to Be a Whistleblower

Par Leigh Anderson and Elizabeth Yuko

Whistleblowing seems to be in the news a lot, lately. And it makes us ordinary schmoes wonder: How would we handle ratting out our colleagues, or our superiors, if we had to—either to protect other consumers and citizens or merely to cover yourself? If a worker sees some dirty deeds and want to call attention to them,…

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Teach Your Kids to 'Find a Parent' If They Get Lost

Par Christine Burke on Offspring, shared by Christine Burke to Lifehacker

When my son was four, my husband and I took him and his then two-year-old sister to spend the day on a Florida beach. The scene was picture perfect: The sun was shining, we’d managed to remember sunscreen and beach toys, and both kids were content to build sand castles in front of our beach blanket. When my husband…

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How and Why to Start Journaling

Par Alan Henry

Some of the most influential people in history kept detailed journals of their lives, including Charles Darwin, Marie Curie, Thomas Edison and Frida Kahlo. Those journals served two purposes: a permanent record for posterity and, presumably, a cathartic release for the people writing them.

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You Should Wait to Upgrade to iOS 13

Par David Murphy

We normally say it’s probably a good idea to update to the latest version of iOS whenever possible—for the extra features you get to play with, the potentially improved performance, and any bug patches or security fixes you might get. Though iOS 13 just launched yesterday, there’s one great reason why you might…

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Everyone Hates You When You're Selfish in a Crowd

Par Nick Douglas

Reddit must know it’s Jerk Week. The top post on r/AskReddit last night asked, “What is something we can all agree on being a ‘dick move’?” The top answers, agreed upon by thousands of Reddit users, shared a theme: the most universal dick move is being selfish in a crowd. Especially being selfish in a crowd that’s all

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Do You Applaud When Your Flight Lands?

Par Josh Ocampo

In case you’ve missed it, it’s currently Jerk Week over at Lifehacker HQ, which means we’ve been telling you how to deal with jerks all week long—but what happens if you might be the jerk? Sometimes, it’s not exactly clear who the culprit is.

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Bubbles Belong to All of Us, So Get A SodaStream Jet For $60 Today

Par Shep McAllister on Kinja Deals, shared by Chelsea Stone to Lifehacker

SodaStream Jet | $60 | Amazon

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Par Kinja! on Kinja Roundup, shared by Alice Bradley to Lifehacker

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Avoid ATM Fees By Getting Cash Back at the Store

Par Lisa Rowan on Two Cents, shared by Lisa Rowan to Lifehacker

Avoiding banking fees is one of the pillars of financial fitness, but can be tricky to achieve when it comes to unplanned moments when you need cash. Why should you pay to access your own money at an ATM just because the machine is run by a different bank? If you’ve ever felt cornered by an out-of-network ATM at a…

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The Best Podcast Apps for Your iPhone and iPad (2019)

Par Mike Epstein and Brendan Hesse

Almost everyone loves listening to podcasts, but finding a decent podcast app to manage your subscriptions can be tricky. Podcasts continue to grow in popularity and, as a result, there are more podcast managers on the App Store than ever before. But while it seems easy to just stick with the stock Apple Podcasts app,…

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How to Make Your Old Phone Feel Like New

Par Nick Douglas

Phones age like bananas, or relationships. Our culture pressures us to spend money on the latest and greatest (phone, not banana). But there’s a wide range of ways to make your current phone feel new, for cheap or for free.

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There Are Carcinogens in Tap Water, But Don't Freak Out Too Much

Par Beth Skwarecki on Vitals, shared by Beth Skwarecki to Lifehacker

A new study found that tap water contaminants may cause 100,000 cases of cancer in the US every year. While the numbers may be right (it’s hard to be sure), that doesn’t mean you should worry too much about your tap water.

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Ask Dr. NerdLove: I Still Hate My Ex

Par Harris O'Malley on Kotaku, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker

Hello, you hideous and shimmering sexbeasts, and welcome to Ask Dr. NerdLove, the only dating advice column to guide you through the Metroidvania of love.

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For the Last Time, Stop Calling Food 'Crack'

Par Claire Lower on Skillet, shared by Claire Lower to Lifehacker

Earlier this year, Christini Tosi changed the name of “Crack Pie” to “Milk Bar Pie,” explaining that the name “fell short” of Milk Bar’s mission “to spread joy and inspire celebration.” It wasn’t exactly an apology, and it wasn’t clear if Tosi really understood why the name was a problem in the first place, but at…

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Buy Round-Trip Delta Tickets Starting at $93 Today

Par Emily Price

Delta is running a flash sale on fares today that bring a number of round-trip tickets down in price, one as low as $93.

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This Is the Only Way to Throw Away Dirty Tissues

Par Meghan Moravcik Walbert on Offspring, shared by Meghan Moravcik Walbert to Lifehacker

The bad news is, I’ve been disposing of my son’s dirty, germy tissues wrong for the whole first half of his childhood. The good news is, some things are about to change around here.

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How to Tell Someone to Get Off Their Phone

Par Josh Ocampo

Smartphone addiction is real. According to a log of my screen time, in the last seven days, I spent three hours and 15 minutes a day on my iPhone (and over 22 hours in total last week—almost an entire day). And I’m not alone. Our social media producer, Tim, spent three hours and 36 minutes a day on his phone last…

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How to Find All of Google's 'Friends' Easter Eggs for the Show's 25th Anniversary

Par Emily Price

Friends is turning 25. To celebrate, Google added a ton of Easter Eggs to search centered around the show’s main characters.

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The iPad Can Finally Replace a Laptop for Most People

Par Abu Zafar

Thanks to the upcoming release of iPadOS, the iPad is one step closer to becoming a viable laptop replacement for most people.

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The Chase Sapphire Reserve Is Our Readers' Favorite Travel Rewards Card

Par Shep McAllister on Co-op, shared by Ana Suarez to Lifehacker

While most of our recent credit card Co-Ops sparked healthy debates, our travel rewards card poll was thoroughly dominated by the Chase Sapphire Reserve.

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Accessorize Any Apple Watch With a $7 Sport Band, In the Color Of Your Choice

Par Shep McAllister on Kinja Deals, shared by Tercius to Lifehacker

One of the nice things about Apple Watches is that whether you bought an original model years ago, or have a Series 5 arriving tomorrow, the same bands will fit on all of them.

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Running Out Of Fuel Can Damage Your Engine

Par Elizabeth Blackstock on Jalopnik, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker

We all know that running your car out of fuel is a bad thing for obvious reasons like the fact that it can leave you stranded. There’s also a good chance you’ve also heard that running on empty can cause damage to your car. But what actually happens?

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Hier — 19 septembre 2019Lifehacker

How to File a Claim for The Yahoo Breach Settlement

Par Lisa Rowan on Two Cents, shared by Lisa Rowan to Lifehacker

With all the big corporate data breaches that have been discovered over the past few years, you might have forgotten about the one at Yahoo that exposed 500 million account passwords in 2016.

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Everything You Should Do Before Updating Your iPhone to iOS 13

Par David Murphy

Happy iOS 13 release day! Now that the update is live, resist the urge to tap your way through to the big iOS update. There are a few things you can do before you start installing it—really, things worth doing at least once a year, and iOS update time is the perfect reminder to do them.

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Someone Can Be Breathing and Still Need CPR

Par Beth Skwarecki on Vitals, shared by Beth Skwarecki to Lifehacker

I’ve taken a few CPR classes, and I admit I walked away with the mistaken impression that a person who needs CPR will be unresponsive and not breathing at all. But a common symptom of cardiac arrest is agonal breathing, which can look like the person is gasping or snoring.

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How Google Fi's Unlimited Plan Stacks Up to AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon

Par Brendan Hesse

Google’s mobile service, Google Fi, finally has an unlimited data plan. Though the previous sliding-scale “Flexible plan” that defined Fi’s service still remains available, the new unlimited plan offers a more traditional pricing structure, reduced data throttling, and a few other perks. Let’s examine Fi’s new…

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How to Choose a Bank That's Not Profiting From the Climate Crisis

Par Nicole Dieker on Two Cents, shared by Nicole Dieker to Lifehacker

If you’re trying to live in a way that helps mitigate the effects of climate change, you might resolve to fly less often or eat less meat. But what about switching banks?

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The Fastest Way to Warm a Chilly Dinner Plate

Par Claire Lower on Skillet, shared by Claire Lower to Lifehacker

Serving hot food on a cold plate can be a little sad, particularly if that food is prone to cooling off quickly (looking at you, eggs). A lot of fancy restaurants have fancy plate warmers to help elevate your eating experience, but it’s unlikely you have the counter space for one of those. Instead, you can quickly…

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How to Co-Parent With a Difficult Ex

Par Meghan Moravcik Walbert on Offspring, shared by Meghan Moravcik Walbert to Lifehacker

So, you had kids with an asshole. You probably didn’t mean to. Maybe they were much less of an asshole before the kids came along—or maybe their dickish tendencies were just easier to deal with when you weren’t also trying to keep small humans alive. Whatever the case, you’re here now, looking forward and dreading the…

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The Terrible Money Advice You Should Ignore

Par Lisa Rowan on Two Cents, shared by Lisa Rowan to Lifehacker

Even though many of us were taught as kids that it’s not polite to talk about money, the world is overflowing with people who want to tell you exactly what you should do with yours. From the gurus who seem to think the coffee is the root of all money problems to your neighbor who just loves to hand out pearls of…

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Par Kinja! on Kinja Roundup, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker

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