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Aujourd’hui — 27 janvier 2020Lifehacker

How to Keep Yourself Off Your Friend's Social Media Feeds

Par Nicole Dieker

What do you do if you’re at a party and one of your friends starts taking pictures? Do you accept that anything you do at the event might end up on Facebook or Instagram? Do you reluctantly squeeze into the back of the group selfie?

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Yes, You Should Accommodate Your Friends' Picky-Eating Kids

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

Right before Thanksgiving, I told you all that you should let your kids eat nothing but rolls at the big meal, if all they desired were rolls. That stance, which I shall not budge on, is rooted in a basic two-part parenting principle that everyone should adopt: 1. Don’t pick your food battles in other people’s homes,…

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Monday's Best Deals: Sony ANC Headphones, Tile Gold Box, Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and More

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

A windshield wiper sale, 2TB Seagate Firecuda, foam roller, and a supplement Gold Box lead of Monday’s best deals from around the web.

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

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How to Use Emoji Reactions in Your Twitter Messages

Par David Murphy

Text-message reactions—a practice iPhone and iPad owners should be familiar with, where you long-press a message to append a little heart or thumbs up/thumbs down to something—are simple ways to convey a reaction without having to come up with something interesting to say. I find they save a ton of time on my iPhone,…

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How to Avoid Someone at a Party Without Being a Jerk

Par Josh Ocampo

You’re at a party when an acquaintance you can’t stand walks in. Shit, you think. Do I have to say hello? Can I pretend I didn’t see them? What floor am I on and can I escape through the window, unscathed?

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Throw a 'Do Something You've Been Avoiding' Party for 10 Minutes

Par Lisa Rowan

What’s that one nagging item that keeps rolling over from week to week on your to-do list? Mending the seam on your favorite shirt? Cleaning off your desk? Filing a month’s worth of mail?

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What's New on Netflix the Week of January 27, 2020

Par Melissa Kirsch

The final eight episodes of BoJack Horseman arrive on Friday, so plan to have people over to watch because it’s the kind of show that’s better with a crowd and it’s been a long week; you can’t be bothered to go to someone else’s house when you’re this exhausted. Tell them to make you dinner.

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Hier — 26 janvier 2020Lifehacker

What's Coming to Hulu in February 2020

Par Emily Price

February brings with the season premiers of fan favorites like Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Good Girls, which means those shows will also be making an appearance on Hulu in February as well. On February 14th the streaming service is also premiering Season 1 of its original show, High Fidelity. As a fan of the book and the…

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Get the Magic of Vine's 6-Second Looping Videos Back Again With Byte

Par Emily Price

Back in 2016, Twitter made the call to shut down Vine, a video service that it purchased that specialized in the creation of 6-second looping videos. Now, almost four years later, one of the co-creators of Vine has released an app that brings those videos back: Byte.

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How to Watch the 2020 Grammy Awards Without Cable

Par Emily Price

The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards air tonight at 8pm ET/5pm PT. This year’s award’s show is going to be hosted by Alicia Keys, and is expected to include performances by the Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato, Aerosmith, Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, and Lizzo, amongst others.

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How to Stop Bots From Sending You Facebook Friend Requests

Par Emily Price

Since January 1, I’ve started each morning by clearing out a dozen or so friend requests from Facebook, all of them from people I don’t know.

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À partir d’avant-hierLifehacker

Saturday's Best Deals: Jachs Henleys, Philips Norelco, Best-Selling Magazines, and More

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

A deal on Jachs henleys and crewnecks, a $7 Philips Norelco Nose Hair Trimmer, and a Best-Sellers Magazine Gold Box lead off Saturday’s best deals from around the web.

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How to Watch Saturday's Senior Bowl

Par Emily Price

Today is the 2020 Senior Bowl. College seniors and NFL Draft prospects from teams around the country will face off against each other at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, AL. The goal behind the event is to show off in front of NFL coaches who might be deciding whether or not to draft these same players.

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Just Print a Paper Copy of Your Boarding Pass

Par Emily Price

I fly at least four times a month these days, often more. While I always check in to my flights online the day before and have the app installed on my phone, I also always stop by the kiosk when I get to the airport to print a paper boarding pass.

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

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How to Avoid the Most Popular Mac Malware, 'Shlayer'

Par Brendan Hesse

According to a recent Kaspersky investigation, the “Shlayer” malware—which deploys an “Any Search” bar on a victim’s computer through fake Adobe Flash updates, of all things—is the most popular Mac malware. Ars Technica has a detailed breakdown of the investigation that is worth a read, but you should know the easy…

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What to Do If You Lose Your Credit or Debit Card While Traveling

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

Imagine, if you will, Lifehacker staff writer Josh Ocampo standing outside a Tokyo 7-Eleven, clutching his gut while on waiting on hold with his bank. The chip on Josh’s debit card had stopped working mid-trip, which meant he couldn’t take cash out of an ATM. And the local clinic that could treat ”the worst case of…

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How to Make the Ab Roller More Interesting

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

Last week we talked about how to make ab wheel rollouts suck less, but maybe that’s not your style. Maybe you want to see how much worse this exercise can get. Or at least have something to aspire to.

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Get Acquainted With an 'Old Pal' Cocktail

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

There isn’t a single member of the Negroni family I don’t enjoy. The combination of spirit, bitter, and vermouth in (fairly) equal parts never fails to create a balanced drink that’s perfect for sipping from a coupe in a refined manner. It also gets you drunk pretty quickly.

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What's Coming to Disney+ in February 2020

Par Emily Price

Disney+ is one of the newest streaming services on the block, but arguably the one with some of the best content out there right now.

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Help Your Toddler Conquer Their Fear of the Automatic Toilet

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

It’s a phase that many toddlers go through—and who can blame them? These fancy, newfangled toilets with their automatic flushing (often multiple times in one sitting) do not exactly make the potty training process easier for anyone. They’re loud and they sound like they’re going suck you and everything around you down…

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What Jeff Bezos Can Teach You About Smartphone Security

Par David Murphy

Jeff Bezos might be (much) wealthier than you, but he’s not smarter than you—at least, not when it comes to basic smartphone security. As you probably read and laughed at (and then sighed at, after you looked up how much Bezos makes each minute), Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman recently sent Bezos a video file…

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Try Using Google Drive as a Progressive Web App

Par Brendan Hesse

Google Drive is now available as a progressive web app (PWA) for desktop and mobile, giving users an alternative to launching the service in their regular browsers. PWAs look and feel like stripped-down apps, even though they’re basically living in a stripped-down version of your browser. They’re like the middle…

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Can You Cancel Your Flight Because of the Coronavirus?

Par Josh Ocampo

As of Friday morning, the coronavirus outbreak in China has resulted in at least 26 deaths and 800 others sickened by the illness, according to local health officials. Currently, there is one confirmed case in the U.S., with twelve others currently being tested for the virus, CBS News reports.

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Stop Buying Bulk Just for the ‘Lower’ Price

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

One of the most basic ways to save money, according to every personal finance book and website you’ve encountered in the past two decades, is to buy in bulk. Not only will you save money by snagging a lower per-unit price on the larger product, they all claim—you’ll also reduce your number of trips to the store for…

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Should You Focus on Cutting Expenses or Growing Your Income?

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

If your expenses and your income don’t match up, you have two options: cut back on your spending, or figure out a way to earn more money.

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Jazz Up Your Rice and Beans with a Little Gravy

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

I don’t know if you’ve heard, but beans are having a moment—and as a longtime devotee of the bean-eating lifestyle, I do love to see it. For many people, though, dried beans are anything but exciting. If you’re one of them, I think bean gravy might just change your mind.

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Tinder's New Panic Button Is Sharing Your Data With Ad-Tech Companies

Par Shoshana Wodinsky on Gizmodo, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker

Tinder has a proven track record of providing a dating platform to some less-than-stellar men who have been accused of raping—and in one grisly case, dismembering—women they’ve met through the platform. But even when the company does something right, there are still privacy trade-offs to consider.

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If You're Worried About Coronavirus, Get Your Flu Shot

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

Coronavirus may make for grabby headlines, but so far it’s just not that big a risk to most of us. There are only a handful of cases worldwide, and if you haven’t been to Wuhan, China, your cough is probably just a garden variety cold. Still, if you’re worried, do this with your nervous energy: get your damn flu shot.

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Can I Get Out Of My Loan And Into Something Cheaper But Just As Nice?

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 trading in cars for something similar but cheaper, Nissan Juke styling, and whether or not to bring your old car on a long-distance…

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

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Sweet cheese börek will teach you to wrangle phyllo and keep the faith

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

If you’ve ever attempted a recipe using phyllo dough, it will always include a note along the lines of, “Keep the phyllo covered at all times with a damp towel to keep it from drying out.” It’s a good note, because it’s true! Frozen phyllo dough can be convenient, but if it dries out just a tiny bit, it can be a…

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Don't Sleep On This Deal On Buffy Comforters

Par Ana Suarez on Kinja Deals, shared by Tercius to Lifehacker

$20 Off Comforters | Buffy | Promo code CLOUD20

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

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How to Protect Yourself in Microsoft's Recent Data Breach

Par Brendan Hesse

You’ve probably seen some scary-looking headlines about 250 million Microsoft users being compromised in a recent data breach. While those numbers are accurate, they don’t tell the whole story—it wasn’t quite as dangerous as it sounds. Let’s quickly go over the details of the breach and ways you can help keep your…

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Try A Little Earnestness

Par Megan Reynolds on Jezebel, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker

During moments of personal or professional crisis, my first and only instinct has been to fix the problem by leaning hard into nihilism, reminding myself that in the end, nothing really matters; human relationships are largely immaterial; and at the end of the day, we are all going to die alone. This line of thinking,…

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Find the IMEI of a Lost Android Phone in Your Google Dashboard

Par Eric Ravenscraft and Emily Long

So you left your phone at the bar last night. Or maybe it was swiped from your bag while you were walking through a busy crowd. Either way, you are now phoneless, cut off from the world, and frustrated. What to do?

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What FICO 10 Means for Your Credit Score

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

Feeling good about your credit score? A new scoring model could change that, but probably not drastically. FICO announced today that it’s rolling out FICO 10, the latest version of its scoring model used by lenders to calculate your credit score.

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Use Google and a Smartphone to Bring 3D Animals into Your Living Room

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

If you—or your kids—have ever wondered how big a wolf, a shark or a tiger really is out in the wild, Google has a way to bring their 3D animated image right into your home. All you need is a little curiosity, a browser and an ARCore or ARKit-ready iPhone or Android phone.

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All the Rewards You Can Get From Apple's 'Connected Gyms' Program

Par Brendan Hesse

Fitness tracking is one of the best benefits of an Apple Watch. That extra bit of data might help you focus on a great workout once you’re in the gym, but sometimes we need a little more motivation to actually go in the first place—and there’s no better motivator than money.

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This Casio Watch Gets Me a Ton of Compliments, and It Only Costs $12

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

For some, buying a watch can induce the same choice paralysis as choosing a meal off of a diner menu. There’s so much to consider when buying a watch — analog or digital? Leather, steel, plastic or fabric? Big face or small? Smart or… dumb? Then, there’s the added stress of wealth signaling.

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Curb Your Smartphone Addiction With Google's New Android Apps

Par David Murphy

Android: Your Android comes with plenty of useful tools to keep your smartphone addiction in check. But settings like Google’s “Digital Wellbeing” feature are more functional than fun. They’ll encourage you to use your device less, but they lack a certain flair.

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Where to Find Space in a Crowded Gym

Par Josh Ocampo on Vitals, shared by Josh Ocampo to Lifehacker

It’s January⁠—which means your gym is swarmed with resolution-havers. And that’s okay! If people want to better themselves, then they’re just as entitled to work out as you are. The downside, however, is that you’re often forced to wait for a free squat rack, bench press or elliptical. Curious where you can find a…

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Normal Body Temperature Isn't Always 98.6

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

For years, I’ve noticed that my temperature is often lower than what it’s “supposed” to be. On a normal day, it might be 97; if I’ve got chills and other clear symptoms of a fever, it won’t necessarily register over 100. Weird, right? But other people tell me they’ve had the same experience.

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