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Hier — 21 juillet 2019Lifehacker

Sunday's Best Deals: Everlane's Famous Tote, Stella Charity Glasses, CBD, Mushrooms, and More

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

A box to grow your own mushrooms, a massive deal on a powerful pressure washer, and Everlane’s royal-approved leather tote lead off Sunday’s best deals from around the web.

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You Only Have 24 Hours to Bag the Famed Everlane Day Tote For Just $125

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

The Day Market Tote | $125 | Everlane
The Day Square Tote | $125 | Everlane

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How to Get an Airline to Match Your Elite Status From Another

Par Emily Price

I flew 7,000 miles on Alaska Airlines last year, but I currently hold the airlines top-tier of status “Gold 75k” an accolade reserved for passengers that have flown 75,000 miles or more on the airline over the course of the previous year. It’s a designation that’s scored me First Class upgrades on at least a half…

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How to Stream the Veronica Mars Movie Before Binging Season 4

Par Emily Price

Hulu released season 4 of Veronica Mars Friday, a week early, as a birthday present for its star Kristin Bell. Her birthday was July 18th. If you’re all caught up, you can stream that now through the service.

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Now You Can Use Google Maps to Find Bike Shares in 24 Cities

Par Emily Price

If you travel to any major city, and even some of the smaller ones, you’ll probably run into some sort of bike-sharing opportunity.

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Order Groceries Online Before You Head Home From a Trip

Par Michelle Woo

I’m sure you’ve been there. You come home from a long day of travel—exhausted and famished—only to open up your refrigerator to see it stocked full of nothing. Bah. You just want food. Preferably fresh food if you’ve been eating your meals off of airplane trays for far too many hours.

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Enable 2FA for Your Discord Account so You Don't Get Phished

Par David Murphy

The good news? A recent phishing attempt hit Discord and only ensnared a small batch of users—around 2,500 in all. The bad news? There’s no easy tool to tell if you’re on that list, so you might as well take a moment to reset your password on the service right now. More important, it’s time to stop being lazy and…

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It's Time to Find a Safe Deposit Box Alternative

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

Safe deposit boxes are legendary for revealing items that fix problems—at least, they do in Hollywood stories. But in real life, safe deposit boxes may not be the haven for your valuables they used to be. A horrifying story from the New York Times recounts the tales of some people who put their valuables (think…

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Here’s How Early You Should Arrive at the Airport

Par Emily Long

Have you ever been late for a flight and had to run through a terminal Home Alone-style? No? Lucky you. If you have had this experience, though, you know that few things add to travel stress more than showing up with mere minutes to spare before your plane leaves.

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Uninstall These Eight Browser Extensions That Stole Data from Millions

Par Brendan Hesse

A massive data leak was recently discovered by cybersecurity researcher Sam Jidali, revealing private information for 45 major companies and millions of individuals. Dubbed “DataSpii” by Jidali and his team, the leak was perpetrated by innocent-looking Chrome and Firefox browser extensions that collected and…

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How to Use 'Affect' Versus 'Effect'

Par Meghan Moravcik Walbert

Every time I write either “affect” or “effect,” I have to pause for a second to double-check myself. Their meanings are related, their spellings are similar; even their pronunciation is nearly the same. But one of them causes something and the other is the result. And knowing the difference is a good thing.

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Join The Plastic-Free Club With Etee's Biodegradable Products

Par Ana Suarez on The Inventory, shared by Ana Suarez to Lifehacker

It is 2019, so I shouldn’t have to tell you that single-use plastic is not good for our planet. Chances are, you have at least one friend who quit using plastic straws and carries a metal one around with them. If you too want to cut down on your plastic use, especially around your home, then Etee is a brand you want…

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Drink Away Your Sadness With a 'Bitter Tears'

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

My favorite nightcap is an ounce or so of Fernet, over ice, with a pinch of salt, but that drink signals the end of a good evening, not the start (or even the middle) of one. But I want to be salty all night long—from beginning to the bitter end—so I decided to take that flavor profile and make it into a martini.

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Pack a Backpack in a Pinch by Rolling Your Clothes

Par Meghan Moravcik Walbert

Occasionally, we all find ourselves in a position in which we need to pack a bunch of stuff—including clothes—into a backpack. It might be as simple as heading to a friend’s house for the weekend. Or packing your kid up for a weekend at grandma’s. Or—maybe your life is a little more exciting—you’re catching an early…

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Score an Upgrade by Obsessively Checking Seats Before a Flight

Par David Murphy

One of the best tips I can give any flyer who doesn’t want to pay stupid fees for the slight extra legroom of “premium” seating is this: check your seat assignment constantly.

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Should I Feel Guilty for Test Driving a Car That I Have No Intention of Buying?

Par Tom McParland on Jalopnik, shared by Virginia K. Smith 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 are discussing free gifts with test drives, dual-clutch transmission worries, and how much of a hit you would take if you bought and sold a…

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How to Survive a Long Airport Delay

Par Josh Ocampo

Last week, hundreds of flights at New York’s LaGuardia Airport were delayed or canceled because of thunderstorms in the area; inbound flights landed nearly four hours past their scheduled arrival times. And while we’d like to think delays are a rare occurrence, United and other major airlines like Delta and American

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How Much Do Planes Actually Get Cleaned in Between Flights?

Par Tim Donnelly

It’s usually best, in any situation where you end up with your finger touching your eye or grazing your lips, to not think of where it’s been. That goes double when taking any form of public transit, where your hands touch the places all the other hands of people who are just as gross as you have touched (relax, it’s…

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Quickly Thaw Frozen Food Using These Techniques

Par Mihir Patkar

If you’ve ever found yourself in a position where you need to defrost some chicken thighs ASAP, you’ve probably wondered which thawing method is best and also quickest. Well, you’re in luck—because that’s exactly what we’re about to tell you.

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Watch the Best Episodes of a TV Series With ShowSkimmer

Par Nick Douglas

The site ShowSkimmer is a new tool for finding the best episodes of a TV show. Search for a series, and ShowSkimmer will list the best 5, 10, 25, or 50 episodes, in chronological order. It’s a great way to watch a series while skipping all the forgettable episodes—which is especially good for long-running sitcoms with…

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Finally Make the Switch to Sonicare For Just $35

Par Shep McAllister on Kinja Deals, shared by Ana Suarez to Lifehacker

I’m not a consistent flosser, and more often than not, I only brush my teeth once per day. It’s gross, I know. But you know what? My dentist always compliments me on my clean teeth, and I’ve never had a cavity, and I’m pretty sure my secret has been using a Sonicare toothbrush.

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Soak Up the Sun (and the Savings) With This 100W Solar Panel Sale

Par Shep McAllister on Kinja Deals, shared by Ana Suarez to Lifehacker

They say solar power is getting cheaper and cheaper, and Amazon’s hastening the trend with today’s sale. This 100W panel from Renogy is ideal for RVs, boats, golf carts, tool sheds, or any other smallish application, has great reviews, and is only $87 today after clipping the coupon, a new all-time low price.

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I learned 3 valuable lessons from this new pesto cookbook

Par Kate Bernot on The Takeout, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker

You may raise an eyebrow at single-subject cookbooks: “Am I really going to make enough cake pops to justify an entire book on the subject?” (I owned the cake pop cookbook. I made them once and donated the book thereafter.)

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How to Keep Negative Compounding From Derailing Your Financial Goals

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

Every penny counts, when you’re saving for retirement or another big financial goal. That includes the pennies you’re paying in brokerage fees and losing to expense ratios—which can add up to a lot more than you realize, thanks to what’s called “negative compounding.”

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How to Travel Abroad With Your Pet

Par Emily Long

Traveling is fun and exciting, but traveling with my 40-pound Aussie mix is not my idea of a good time.

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You Can Now Bring Your Android to Comcast's Xfinity Mobile Service

Par David Murphy

Comcast’s mobile carrier, Xfinity Mobile, is finally opening its doors to Android devices—but not all Android devices.

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Make Fruity Infused Booze With an Almost-Empty Jam Jar

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

Jam is a delicious cocktail ingredient, and even the tiniest bit can color and flavor a boozy beverage for the better—even the sticky, residual bit that clings to the jar in defiance of any knife, refusing to take its place on toast. As our luck would have it, ethanol has a way of dissolving such sugary substances,…

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Donate Your Old Android Phone to Help Lemur Research

Par David Murphy

If you have an Android phone you aren’t using anymore, don’t let it collect dust in a drawer. Donate it to the Duke Lemur Center, which will be more than happy to use it to learn more about lemurs’ ability to perceive colors.

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Which Credit Card Networks Offer Travel Insurance Benefits?

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

Travel insurance is one of the most overlooked benefits of many credit cards. We’re so focused on earning rewards and avoiding foreign transaction fees (worthy efforts, yes), that sometimes we don’t even realize that the same credit card could make life easier when your trip goes sideways.

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How to Balance on Your Hands

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

Last week we talked about how to balance really well on your feet (or, better yet, one foot). This time let’s flip the script and balance on our hands.

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Friday's Best Deals: Samsung "The Frame" TVs, Batman: The Animated Series, Pellet Grill, and More

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

A Columbia sale, Orbi mesh network, Express sale, and a Thermos Gold Box lead off Friday’s best deals from around the web.

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Let Your Kid See Paper Versions of Your Bills

Par Michelle Woo on Offspring, shared by Michelle Woo to Lifehacker

Monopoly is going cashless—a new edition of the board game features a voice assistant that manages the buying and selling. This is weird. Doesn’t the joy come from basking in all the paper bills you’ve collected like you’re Scrooge McDuck? But the change may also be an indicator of a larger issue. If kids stop being…

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Samsung Galaxy A50 Review: The New Budget Smartphone to Beat

Par Sam Rutherford on Gizmodo, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker

At this point, everyone is at least aware of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S phones like the Galaxy S10 and S10+, and its slightly less expensive sibling, the $750 Galaxy S10e. However, as soon as you look beyond those for something even more affordable, Samsung’s portfolio gets messy real quick.

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What to Do If You're Ghosted After a Job Interview

Par Meghan Moravcik Walbert

Getting ghosted by a friend or a romantic partner is one painful kind of rejection. (Was it something you did? Something you said? They used to be so into you! Why are they no longer into you?) But getting professionally ghosted by a company you’ve interviewed with can feel like its own special dagger to the…

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Where to Get Free Ice Cream on National Ice Cream Day 2019

Par Nick Douglas

National Ice Cream Day is Sunday, July 21. Here’s where to get that sweet cream for free or cheap.

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How to Get Free Coffee Refills at Starbucks

Par Josh Ocampo

Starbucks’ coffee isn’t cheap; for one writer at CNBC Make It, it’s an expense that costs nearly $2,300 a year.

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How Do I Scan Old Film Negatives?

Par David Murphy

We’re going old-school with this week’s Tech 911 column—Lifehacker’s weekly Q&A where we solve your quirky technological issues. While plenty of people now use their smartphones as their default camera of choice, some still enjoy a trusty point-and-shoot. And the elite among you might even pull out something called

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You Need Dishwasher Tabs Anyway, So Buy Them On Sale

Par Shep McAllister on Kinja Deals, shared by Ana Suarez to Lifehacker

Cascade Complete ActionPacs | $10 | Amazon | Clip the coupon and use Subscribe & Save

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Par Kinja! on Kinja Roundup, shared by Melissa Kirsch to Lifehacker

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How to Use Faster Context Menus in the Latest iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 Beta

Par Brendan Hesse

The fourth iOS 13 and iPadOS beta has rolled out for developers, and while there are the usual list of changes and bug-fixes in Beta 4, one of the more interesting tweaks is a much more responsive Context Menu that you’ll be able to pull up on any device running iOS or iPadOS 13.

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Book a Frontier Airlines Ticket Right Now for $25

Par Josh Ocampo

If you live anywhere between Oklahoma and Massachusetts, you’re likely sweating it out in 100-degree temperatures this week. Luckily, Frontier is offering a major sale on flights that depart as soon as this weekend, with one-way tickets starting at just $25.

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Feed Your Picky Kids and You With 'Venn Diagram Meals'

Par Michelle Woo on Offspring, shared by Michelle Woo to Lifehacker

In becoming a parent, one life adjustment I still haven’t quite accepted is with my food. Sometimes, my husband will text me “What do you want for dinner tonight?” And I’ll think real hard and respond with something like “Thai drunken noodles with chili sauce” and then he’ll reply back with, “You do remember we have…

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Should You Avoid Alcohol in the Heat?

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

The hotter it gets, the more refreshing a beverage seems—including an ice-cold beer or a glass of frosé. But you might want to minimize your alcohol consumption during a heatwave, for safety reasons.

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How to Sell Your Used Jewelry for Cash

Par Patrick Allan

Jewelry is a pretty common gift, but like with other types of presents, it’s not necessarily something you want to hang onto forever. You also might need a little extra cash, and digging through your jewelry box is a good place to start. But should you go to a gold buyer or hit up a pawn shop? How do you know if…

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Write Your Kid a Letter Every Year on Their Birthday

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

When my son turned one year old, I sat down to write him a letter. I wanted to talk to him, to tell him how monumentally he had grown over the past year. I wanted to remember how his newborn legs were so skinny, I could wrap my thumb and pinky finger around them with room to spare. I wanted to bottle up the way he…

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What's the Safest Seat on an Airplane?

Par Nicole Dieker

Yesterday, @KLMIndia shared and then deleted the following tweet: “According to data studies by Time, the fatality rate for the seats in the middle of the plane is the highest. However, the fatality rate for the seats in the front is marginally lesser and is least for seats at the rear third of the plane.”

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