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Aujourd’hui — 5 avril 2020Lifehacker

You Can Print This Family-Friendly Version of Cards Against Humanity For Free at Home

Par Emily Price

If you’re looking for something fun to do with the family while you’re all staying at home, Cards Against Humanity has a new family-friendly version of the game available that you can download and print at home.

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Weekend Project: Clean Your Makeup Brushes (Because They’re Disgusting)

Par Jolie Kerr on The Inventory, shared by Gabe Carey to Lifehacker

Officially speaking, makeup brushes should be cleaned once a week. But here’s a fun fact: Makeup brushes, and other personal grooming items like toothbrushes and razors, are considered high-touch items that you should be more considerate of keeping clean during The Troubles.

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Hier — 4 avril 2020Lifehacker

You Can Watch a Ton of HBO Shows For Free Right Now

Par Emily Price

With a significant portion of the country under stay-at-home orders, HBO is making staying at home a little more entertaining by making a lot of its content free to stream without a subscription.

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Saturday's Best Deals: Buy 2 Get 1 Makeup, Classic Literature, Batman Beyond, and More

Par Elizabeth Henges, Jordan McMahon, Gabe Carey, Ignacia, Tercius, and Quentyn Kennemer on Kinja Deals, shared by Gabe Carey to Lifehacker

A PUR buy 2 get 1 sale, free children’s books and classic literature, bamboo toothbrushes, a deal on refurbished security systems, and more top the list for Saturday’s best deals.

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Visit Puerto Rico From Your Couch With Lin-Manuel Miranda

Par Emily Price

While travel is out of the question right now, Puerto Rico is offering would-be travelers a way to take a virtual trip to the island with a celebrity tour guide: Lin-Manuel Miranda.

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What to Watch This Weekend, April 3-5, 2020

Par Emily Price

It’s the weekend! Looking for something to watch?

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The Five Best Seat Cushions (and One Chair) for Home Offices, According to Our Readers

Par Gabe Carey on Co-op, shared by Gabe Carey to Lifehacker

Not to dismiss the very real struggles happening around the world right now, I must say, my butt hurts. In fact, this is the second time I’ve stressed this fact just this week. I’m sitting at home, working A LOT, and as a result, my butt hurts. So, of course, after turning to our readers for your recommendations of…

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À partir d’avant-hierLifehacker

Quarantine Comfort TV, According to the Lifehacker Staff

Par A.A. Newton

It’s been a very long three weeks since many cities in the U.S. issued shelter-in-place orders to combat the spread of COVID-19, and life isn’t going to get back to normal any time soon. Now is the time to escape into TV shows that make you feel good—or at least make you feel something other than overwhelming…

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How to Get Groceries Delivered When It Seems Impossible

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

No matter how well you prepared when you first found out you’d need to stay at home for a few weeks, no reasonable grocery stash lasts forever. And whether you’re avoiding your local store or discovered that your usual Amazon/Fresh Direct/Walmart delivery is delayed for what feels like an eternity, you might be…

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What Supplies to Have at Home in Case You Get Sick

Par Rachel Fairbank on Vitals, shared by Rachel Fairbank to Lifehacker

Mid-pandemic is no time to run to the pharmacy for last-minute supplies, so it makes sense to stock up before you get sick. Here’s what you’ll need to weather a mild bout of COVID-19 or, for that matter, a regular old cold or flu.

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How to Watch Instagram Live Feeds on Your Computer or Television

Par Emily Price

Now that we’re all spending a lot more time inside, we’ve got a lot more time to watch live content—and there’s suddenly a lot more live content to watch, especially on Instagram. Watching videos on your phone, however, isn’t always an ideal experience. But you can actually watch those Instagram Live videos from your…

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What to Do if You Booked Travel to Tokyo for the 2020 Olympics

Par Imani Bashir

The summer Olympics were scheduled to take place in Tokyo, Japan beginning July 24th. On March 24, the International Olympic Committee announced the Tokyo Games would be postponed until July 23, 2021. The Paralympic Games will also be postponed and start on August 24, 2021. Which leaves people who had flights and/or…

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What to Do About Your Stress Eating

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

My family and I have been in quarantine for approximately 14 days and already we have begun to run out of our cache of emergency junk food supplies. Already, two half-gallons of death by chocolate ice cream have been devoured, and as of 2pm today, our Pop-Tart reserves have diminished to a single lowly strawberry one…

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Start Your 'Weekend' With a Quarantine Queen

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

It’s Friday, or at least that is what my phone tells me, but every day pretty much feels like every other day, and the “weekend” no longer hits the same. But, as the Contessa reminded us yesterday, traditions are important, so we might as well have a little IGIF—“I Guess It’s Friday”—cocktail.

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How to Hand Wash Clothes at Home

Par Nicole Dieker

If the coronavirus outbreak has you feeling less than enthusiastic about going to the laundromat—or even using your building’s shared-laundry facilities—I’m here to tell you that you can indeed wash by hand nearly everything that needs washing at home; I’ve done it before, often for extended periods of time.

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What's the Best Home Workout You've Done So Far?

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

Guys, we need to talk. While my body needs exercise as much as ever, my brain is exhausted. I’m keeping up with strength training on my own, but I have to admit I love the idea of turning over the decisions about how to exercise to somebody on a screen who is going to make sure I have a good time.

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Toddler Tantrums: A Pandemic Survival Guide

Par Rachel Fairbank on Offspring, shared by Rachel Fairbank to Lifehacker

Parenting young children is hard enough. Parenting young children during this pandemic is a whole new level of difficult. Between juggling work, child care and the worries brought on by a rapidly spreading disease and rapidly crashing economy, parents are stretched to a breaking point. No one would fault them for

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How to Tolerate the People You're Quarantined With

Par Joel Kahn

It’s been several weeks since we’ve begun “physical distancing,” and everyone is figuring out how to maintain their social relationships with people they can’t see anymore. But what about the people you are forced to see too much?

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Dav Pilkey Is Hosting Virtual Readings and Drawing Lessons

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

Dav Pilkey—author and illustrator of the Captain Underpants and Dog Man children’s book series—is, like most of us, stuck at home. So he’s teaming with the Library of Congress to read to our kids and help them learn to draw some of his most beloved characters.

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Use a Large Mason Jar to Make a Contessa-Sized Cosmo

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

I am usually not particularly charmed by videos of rich people “dealing” with being “trapped” in their mansions (or worse, singing), but that’s because most of those videos are tone deaf, cringey and just generally unhelpful. But this video from Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa, first of her name, is the opposite of…

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Is Now a Good Time to Buy a Car?

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

Seen any advertisements for new cars lately? They probably feature attractive prices and generous financing options. It’s not due to a dramatic change of heart by automakers; trust me, they still want to make a profit. Cars are cheap now because the coronavirus is keeping people at home—and holding off on the plan…

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How to Burn Off That Little-Kid Energy

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

Parents of toddlers, I feel compelled to check in with you: Are you okay? Has all that little-kid energy created a vortex in your living room or a black hole in your kitchen or—I don’t know—made them spontaneously combust? Anything seems possible right now!

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What You Need To Know About Marriott's Recent Data Breach

Par Imani Bashir

On Tuesday, March 31st, Marriott International announced that there may have been a data breach that compromised the information of over 5.2 million guests. This is the second time in the past two years that the hotel group has experienced such a massive breach.

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Friday's Best Deals: Children's Books, Circular Lamp, Memory Foam Pillows, Onsen Towels, and More

Par Tercius, Gabe Carey, Quentyn Kennemer, Jordan McMahon, and Ignacia on Kinja Deals, shared by Gabe Carey to Lifehacker

A large heating pad, Comixology Marvel sale, Instant Pot, and six months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate lead off Friday’s best from around the web.

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Samsung's New Galaxy S20 Buyback Offer Isn't a Bad Deal if You're Patient

Par Brendan Hesse and David Murphy

Despite being a great phone, the Galaxy S20 isn’t selling so hot right now. Samsung is trying to boost enthusiasm for its latest smartphone with a new buyback policy that ensures customers will get a sizable refund on the device in the future. And while guaranteed money sounds like a good deal, is it?

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Here's When You'll Get Your Coronavirus Relief Check

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

We now know when you can expect your coronavirus relief payment to arrive.

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Which Monitor and External Hard Drive Should I Get for Working from Home?

Par David Murphy

If you’ve previously had all your tech needs handled by your company, but they’ve since sent you off to work from home with little more than a laptop to your name, it can be a jarring transition. And since we’re all probably looking at a few more months of self-isolation, it makes sense to trick out your home…

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Banish Back Pain With This $20 Heating Pad [Exclusive]

Par Tercius on Kinja Deals, shared by Gabe Carey to Lifehacker

BesDio XLarge Heating Pad | $20 | Amazon | Use the promo code KINJA3ZR

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Block Malware With Cloudflare's New DNS Options

Par Brendan Hesse

Cloudflare has launched a new version of its free DNS (Domain Name System) service called Cloudflare 1.1.1.1 for Families that blocks adult content and malware before your browser ever has a chance to load it. It’s one more tool in your security stash that’s worth considering if you want to stay extra-safe (or find…

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When Will Grocery Stores Get Back to Normal?

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

I, too, thought the toilet paper would be back in stock by now. I got used to seeing empty shelves throughout the grocery and drugstores, but assumed that once enough people had purchased their 20-pack of toilet paper, the shelves would return to normal.

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Is Your Yoga Form Terrible? Find Out With an Alignment Diagram

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

Yoga is an ideal quarantine workout: It can be as relaxing or as physically punishing as you like, and all you need to get started is your body and a reasonably soft surface. But as with any exercise, you won’t get much out of practicing yoga if you have bad form—so before you hit the mat (or carpet) for the first…

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Microsoft's Latest Windows PowerToys Are Awesome

Par David Murphy

The ever-busy developers at Microsoft have been gradually releasing fun new utilities for Windows users to mess with. These PowerToys tend to add a bit of quirky-but-practical functionality to your operating system, and they’re completely free for you to try. We’ve covered some of their previous offerings, but two…

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Use a Squeeze Bottle as a DIY Bidet

Par Nicole Dieker

I don’t know about you, but I am running out of toilet paper. I only have two rolls left in my cabinet, and my local grocery store has nothing but empty shelves. There wasn’t any toilet paper when I last visited the grocery store in person, two weeks ago—and when I put in an online order this week, which gives me the…

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The Lelo Sona 2 Cruise Is 15% Off

Par Ignacia on Kinja Deals, shared by Gabe Carey to Lifehacker

Lelo Sona 2 Cruise | $118 | Lelo

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These Chrome Extensions Will Declutter Your Overflowing Gmail Inbox

Par Shubham Agarwal

The deluge of emails never ends. Even with ample quarantine time, tidying up your Gmail account and reaching inbox zero feels like a far-fetched fantasy, but it doesn’t need to be one: There are a number of excellent (and mostly free!) third-party browser extensions that will help you sift through that…

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If You’re Struggling to Parent Right Now, You’re Not Alone

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

I was going to write a post about how to help your little kids burn off all that cooped-up energy that is emanating out of them right now—and I still will—but I needed to press pause on the hacks for a second to tell you something important: If you’re struggling, it’s okay. If you’re totally and completely overwhelmed…

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What to Do if You Purchased Tickets for the 2020 Olympic Games

Par Imani Bashir

The Tokyo Olympics were due to host 339 events in 33 different sports, with 30% of 7.8 million tickets sold to overseas visitors from outside of Japan—roughly 2.34 million people. But on March 24th, the Tokyo Organizing Committee of the Olympics and Paralympics decided that the games would be postponed until July of…

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Don't Host Happy Hour on Your Company Zoom Account

Par A.A. Newton

After a long day of awkward virtual meetings and scrolling through increasingly apocalyptic headlines, hanging out with friends on a Zoom call might be the closest thing to normalcy you’ll get all week. But using your company account to circumvent the 40-minute time limit on free calls is a pretty bad idea—just not…

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Ask Dr. NerdLove: How Do I Leave An Abusive Relationship?

Par Harris O'Malley on Kotaku, shared by Joel Cunningham to Lifehacker

Hello, all you weekend pheromone discharges, and welcome to Ask Dr. NerdLove, the only doctor you need more than Doctor Mario.

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Help Researchers Track the Coronavirus Spread With This App

Par Nicole Dieker

How are you feeling today? Healthy, if a little more anxious than usual? Run-down? Feverish? A team of physicians and researchers are hoping you’ll take 10 seconds every day to self-report your symptoms (or lack thereof) to a new COVID Symptom Tracker app.

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Rough Day at Work? Let Oprah Winfrey Read to Your Kids Tonight

Par Ellen Lee on The Inventory, shared by Gabe Carey to Lifehacker

I’ve tossed any pretense of limiting screen time for our kids in our home. Desperate times calls for desperate measures. But lucky for parents, there’s a slew of new, entertaining, and educational videos that can both keep kids occupied and prevent their brains from turning into mush, especially since it looks like

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Cherry Tomatoes Are the Perfect Tomato for Right Now

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

Given that the goal right now is to stay inside, some people have developed a bunker-like mentality, spending most of their grocery budget on canned, frozen, or dried foods. Due to its limited shelf life, fresh produce isn’t getting a ton of love these days, but next time you make it to a store that sells such, I urge…

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How to Connect Xbox and PlayStation Controllers to Your Apple Device

Par Abu Zafar

One of the lesser-known features added in last year’s iOS 13, iPadOS 13, macOS Catalina, and tvOS 13 updates was the ability to connect Xbox One and PlayStation 4 controllers to your Apple devices. In the video above, I show you how to pair these controllers with an iPad to play games like Fortnite and Minecraft.

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