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How to Soundproof Noisy Windows so You Can Get Some Damn Sleep

Par Sam Blum and A.A. Newton

I recently moved to a new apartment on a street that serves as an artery for commercial trucking in my area of Brooklyn. I’m particularly sensitive to noise pollution, and this permanent cacophony isn’t just caused by the rumble of big rigs: Every facet of urban life seems to seep its way into my bedroom. It’s as if…

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Get Paid $2,500 to Watch 25 Holiday Movies

Par Mike Winters on Two Cents, shared by Mike Winters to Lifehacker

If you were thinking of binging on holiday movies this December, why not get paid for it? As part of a marketing gimmick, the website Reviews.org is looking to fill the role for “Chief Holiday Cheermeister,” which pays $2,500 and a year’s worth of streaming services in exchange for watching and reviewing 25 movies in…

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How to DIY a Home Recording Studio

Par Aisha Jordan

If you are a podcaster, musician, or actor working during the pandemic, having an in-home recording studio of some kind could be essential to your business. This year, the majority of recording work has moved into our homes, but often still demands professional-grade sound. Unfortunately, creating a home studio is not…

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We Have to Save Books from the Book People

Par Joanna Mang on Jezebel, shared by Joel Cunningham to Lifehacker

Some online discourses resurface as if on schedule, like an itch that can never be scratched to satisfaction. I’d like to prescribe a salve for one of Twitter’s most obnoxious perennial obsessions: fulminating about the books we were assigned in high school. I’ve been going online to complain about stuff since the…

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How and When to Catch the Brightest Planets on Display Throughout February

Par Elizabeth Yuko

Over the past two months we’ve been treated to some pretty amazing things in the night sky. February, on the other hand, is a little quieter—especially when it comes to planets. Of the five planets we can usually see with the naked eye (those would be Venus, Mercury, Jupiter, Mars and Saturn), really, only Mars will…

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