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Aujourd’hui — 14 novembre 2019Lifehacker

Should You Get Your Vaginal Microbiome Analyzed?

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

The bacteria and other microbes that live in the vagina are hugely important to our health, but (like the microbes in other parts of the body) they’re not very well understood. Now, a company is offering free vaginal microbiome reports to women who join their study.

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Playgrounds Are Too Safe

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

In many other countries, particularly across Europe, kids play among literal junk: discarded wood and old tires, ropes and poles and structures to climb. Objects they can build or manipulate themselves, sometimes with actual tools.

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Hier — 13 novembre 2019Lifehacker

Top Your Turkey With Fried Sage Leaves for Texture and Flavor

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

Details are often what make a meal feel special. Little extras, like nice napkins, a crackling sugar crust on your pumpkin pie, or your own personal head of roasted garlic can help the annual meal standout in years to come. Crispy, flash-fried sage leaves can do the same.

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The Best Places to Get Stunning Desktop Wallpaper

Par Alan Henry and Emily Long

If you’re on your computer or phone for hours a day (and let’s be real—you are), you can keep things interesting with desktop wallpaper. If you want to go beyond what’s included in your operating system or old photos from your camera roll, you can find thousands and thousands of alternatives on the internet.

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How to Get an Airline Gate Pass

Par Matthew Rogers and Nicole Dieker

We recently wrote about three airports (DTW, PIT, and TPA) that issue TSA-approved passes that allow individuals without tickets to go through security and visit the airport’s stores and restaurants. Though these passes may have been designed to promote “terminal tourism,” many people are actually using the passes to…

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How To Find Your Chromebook's End-of-Life Date

Par Brendan Hesse

At some point, all of our spiffy new devices will become old and decrepit. Warranties run out, hardware improves, and companies only support their products with software or firmware updates for a limited amount of time. To help you figure out when your Chromebook will reach its end-of-support date, Google will soon…

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Keep Yourself on Task by Checking In With Maesure

Par Nick Douglas

Maesure is a free, tiny web-based time tracker. Every ten minutes, Maesure asks what you’ve been doing, and you tell it. It’s a no-frills alternative to sophisticated time trackers like RescueTime. But I like it as a way to stay focused in the moment.

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How to Donate Your Unused Contacts

Par Josh Ocampo

In case your eye prescription’s recently changed—or you’ve finally bit the bullet and opted for LASIK—here’s one way to get rid of those spare contact lenses you might’ve stashed away.

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Let Your Older Kids Navigate the Family Through the Airport

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

Navigating the airport during the holidays (or anytime) with kids might be the worst part of the travel experience—well, besides the actual flight itself. If you’ve got a child who is a little older, though, it could be a great opportunity to let them test out their navigation skills.

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What to Do If a Package Is Stolen From Your Porch

Par Emily Price

Whether you’re buying gifts for other people, or taking advantage of seasonal deals, the holiday season usually means a spike in packages delivered to your place of residence. Online shopping is so convenient—getting what you need sent right to your door without having to brave the crowds—except in situations when…

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Should You Buy Apple's New 16-Inch MacBook Pro?

Par David Murphy

Even if you don’t want to lug around the world’s bulkiest laptop (or at least, one slightly bulkier than an already-bulky 15-inch laptop), the 16-inch MacBook Pro’s single redeeming feature should be enough to capture anyone’s interest: a brand-new “Magic” Keyboard.

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Banish Your Condiments to a Cooler for Stress-Free Thanksgiving Prep

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

Cramming a whole Thanksgiving’s worth of ingredients into an already full fridge can be a physically impossible task. If you’re cooking a big meal in a tiny kitchen this year, temporarily evicting the non-essentials will give you all the fridge space you need to stay on top of prep.

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Should You Sign Up for Facebook Pay?

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

Facebook has launched Facebook Pay, a payment system for Facebook and Messenger. It’ll roll out first for “fundraisers, in-game purchases, event tickets, person-to-person payments on Messenger and purchases from select Pages and businesses on Facebook Marketplace,” the company said in its announcement. It plans to…

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When to Use 'Who' vs. 'Whom'

Par Leigh Anderson

Of all the complicated grammar rules, knowing when to use who versus whom ranks right up there. Get it wrong, and you risk looking like a rube. Get it right and you risk looking pretentious. Get it wrong in a different way and you risk looking like a pretentious rube. So we at Lifehacker, who want to be both right and…

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All the Different Bars at the Gym, Explained

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

The first step in lifting a barbell is loading weight plates onto the bar. At some gyms, there’s only one type of bar, and it weighs 45 pounds, and that’s all you need to know. But that’s not the only type out there, and if your gym has different bars of different shapes and weights, it’s possible to get confused.

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Wednesday's Best Deals: AirPods Pro, Cast Iron Pans, Anker Chargers, And More

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

Discounted AirPod Pros, inexpensive cast iron cookware, and an Alexa device for your car lead off Wednesday’s best deals from around the web.

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Automatically Organize Your Downloads With This Chrome Extension

Par David Murphy

Chrome: I download a lot of things. We all do. In my case, my Windows Downloads folder is basically my catch-all for everything I’m working on, as well as the primary archive for files and folders I need to save somewhere else (but haven’t yet). This means said Downloads folder can get unruly, and I have found a new…

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Flagship Smartphone Smackdown: How Does Google's Pixel 4 Stack Up?

Par Florence Ion

Launched last month, Google’s Pixel 4 came packed with a ton of new features, like face unlock, a rear-facing telephoto lens, and the ability to take astrophotography. Are these enough to put the Pixel on the top of your shopping list when Black Friday arrives in a few weeks? Let’s take a quick look at how the Pixel 4…

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How to Watch Today's Public Impeachment Hearings Live

Par Josh Ocampo

Starting at 10am EST today and continuing on Friday, public impeachment hearings for President Trump will be broadcast live, beginning with three current and former public officials who worked with Ukraine’s leaders.

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Get Your First Four Months of Amazon Music Unlimited For $1

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

Four Months of Amazon Music Unlimited | $1 | Amazon | New members only

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I'm Hannah Hart, Creator of My Drunk Kitchen, and This Is How I Work

Par Nick Douglas

Hannah Hart created My Drunk Kitchen, the internet’s most famous cooking show, but Hart’s channel also includes travelogues, life advice, LGBTQ activism, and more. Over eight years, Hart has become a kind of Oprah or Ellen of vlogging, hosting regular celebrity guests and developing a large and adoring fandom. She’s…

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Everything You Always Wanted To Know About The 'Omegalul' Emote (But Were Afraid To Ask)

Par Nathan Grayson on Kotaku, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker

Some memes explode into the collective consciousness with no remorse or regret, frothing at the mouth and daring hapless bystanders to remain out of the loop. One way or another, you’ll learn what they mean, and you’ll get sick of them in two weeks, just like God intended. Others, however, slink around in their own…

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Sleep Train Your Toddler Using This Method by Harvey Karp

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

Dr. Harvey Karp is probably best known as the guy who wants to help you get your baby to sleep. Author of The Happiest Baby on the Block, Karp gifted us with “The Five S’s” for soothing—swaddling, side/stomach position, shushing, swinging and sucking—to help us calm even the un-calmest of babies. But Karp, a…

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Why Your Turkey Gravy Needs Burnt Onions

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

Turkey gravy causes almost as much kitchen anxiety as the turkey itself. Thought it’s a simple sauce comprised of fat, flour, and stock, nailing both the viscosity and flavor profile can require some amount of fussing and fiddling. Both goals are made more attainable by burning an onion.

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HIPAA Doesn't Stop Hospitals From Sending Your Data to Google

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

Any visit to a health system—which includes hospitals but also a lot of doctor’s offices—involves tons of data. You probably assume that your data just lives in that health system, but in fact they can share it with other companies, and there’s little to nothing you can do to stop it.

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How I Made My Cheap SUV Perfect For Sleeping, Camping, And Off-Roading

Par Andrew P. Collins on Jalopnik, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker

You don’t need to spend $50,000 to have a legit overland SUV you can off-road in all day and sleep in at night. You don’t even need to drop $10,000. I’m about $5,000 into my 1998 Mitsubishi Montero so far; here’s how I’ve got this budget-friendly rig set up without sacrificing too much comfort or safety.

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Get up to $300 off 2019 MacBook Pro Models

Par Brendan Hesse

Apple products have been seeing some excellent deals as we near the end of the year, including the 15- and 13-inch MacBook Pro, which is currently up to $300 off for a limited time through both Amazon and B&H Photo.

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The Panic Attack Hack on Bojack Horseman Really Works

Par Nick Douglas

Bojack panic attack hack an actual tack! In the most recent episode of Bojack Horseman, Hollyhock (Aparna Nancherla) has a panic attack at a party. A guy named Peter talks her through it. “Look around the room and tell me what you see,” he says. Hollyhock names things—first the things giving her anxiety, then more and…

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Substitute Butter and Milk for Heavy Cream

Par David Galloway

Heavy cream is delicious and adds a richness to all sorts of sweet and savory dishes, but it’s not something everyone keeps in their fridge at all times. So what can you do if you’ve got a hankering for a recipe that calls for heavy cream but don’t have any on-hand? As it turns out, you can use a combination of milk…

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Southwest Will Match Your Elite Status On Any US Airline Right Now

Par Josh Ocampo

Getting an airline to match your elite status on another isn’t always easy. American Airlines, for instance, typically requires that you pay a little extra cash to qualify. Southwest, however, is currently offering a hell of a deal you should take advantage of now.

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The Best Ways to Set Up Disney+ Before You Start Streaming

Par David Murphy

Finally, the day has arrived—Disney+ launch day, that is. Tempting as it was to call in sick today with a terrible case of the Mandalorian (and a stuffy nose), I’m here, and I’ve created a guide that will help get you started with Disney+. This includes how to quickly install the app on your various devices, activate…

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Turn Off Facebook's Camera Privileges on iOS Right Now

Par Mike Epstein

There’s a lot of evidence suggesting that Facebook is always tracking our data, but a new issue found on the iOS Facebook app suggests the company may be literally watching, too. A new bug—and most parties seem to believe it is a bug—turns on your phone’s camera in the background while you’re using Facebook.

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These Airports Let You Meet Your Family and Friends at the Gate

Par Nicole Dieker

I’m old enough to remember what it was like to go through airport security with my family so we could all meet Grandma at the gate—and now, thanks to new TSA-approved tourist passes, some airports are allowing passengers to recreate that experience.

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Get Your Knives Sharpened Right Now

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

Sharp kitchen knives are important all year round, but they are absolutely essential on Thanksgiving. Not only will you be chopping more vegetables and herbs than usual, you will be carving up a beast of bird, and that bird has bones.

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Should You Opt Your Child Out of Homework?

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

Our kids have really long days. By sheer scheduling necessity, they’re often at school before we’re at work and they’re still there while we rush home to pick them up. Then they’ve got Girl Scouts or basketball practice or piano lessons. They’ve got to eat, they’ve got to get at least semi-clean before bed, they’ve…

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Defrost Frozen Meat in About Half the Time with a Hot Water Bath

Par Melanie Pinola

Buying meat when it’s on sale and then freezing it for when you need it is great in theory. However, in practice, it’s incredibly difficult (some might even say impossible) to remember to thaw that meat ahead of time. The recommended method of thawing frozen meat overnight in the fridge can not only take more than a…

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This Discounted Power Strip Includes USB-C Power Delivery

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

A power strip these days needs to have more than just a few AC outlets. You need USB, and perhaps just as importantly, USB-C Power Delivery, to easily charge and power every kind of device.

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Save Your Last Business Card

Par Beth Skwarecki

You never want to be the person who runs out of business cards at a networking event. You end up scrawling your email address on a piece of paper, or swearing that you’ll remember your new friend’s name or at least their company and job title, and let’s be honest—you won’t. Well, here’s a tip: Next time you’re running…

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Tuesday's Best Deals: BioBidets, Cole Haan Sale, Honest Company, and More

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

A Mr. Coffee Gold Box, Lenovo gaming laptop, camping pillow, and a home decor sale lead off the Tuesday’s best deals from around the web.

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There Is A Secret To Cleaning Tile Floors And I Know The Secret

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

This week’s Squalor is inspired by our very own Shep McAllister, who pinged me in Slack to bemoan the state of the tile floors in his bathroom. “I’ve tried everything!”

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When Spending the Extra Money Is Worth It, According to Reddit

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

It can be hard to justify spending more on an item when a cheaper version is sitting right in front of you at the store—maybe even on the same shelf. But just because something is cheaper doesn’t mean it’ll serve your needs. In the best-case scenario, you’ll have you replace the item more quickly than you might…

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Save 20% On This Blessed Accessory For Those 5-Port Charging Hubs

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

Elevation Lab Family Charger Cable | $40 | Amazon | Promo code FAMILYKINJA. Available with an included charger for $60 with same code.

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You’ll go yam for sweet potato chutney

Par Allison Robicelli on The Takeout, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker

If everybody loved cranberry sauce as much as they say they do, they’d eat it more than once a year. I daresay there are some who don’t like cranberry sauce at all! Now, I’m not suggesting we eliminate cranberry sauce from our Thanksgiving tables, oh no. I’m suggesting that we expand the condiment selection to offer a…

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Everything to Know About Disney+

Par Alex Cranz on Gizmodo, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker

Over a year after it was first announced, Disney+ is finally here and full of cartoons, superheroes, and space wizards for you to gawk at. Last week, Gizmodo got a chance to check out the new streaming service app in its final form and speak with the team behind Disney+’s launch.

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À partir d’avant-hierLifehacker

You're Probably Handling Rejection Wrong

Par Nick Douglas

Every now and then some asshole guy (or occasionally asshole girl) gets rejected online by a romantic prospect, goes apeshit over text, and then goes viral after his victim posts the conversation online. It’s a good reminder that this shit is happening all the time, mostly to women, because some people never learned…

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