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Sometimes a glowing screen can't replace the feel and flexibility of old fashioned pen and paper. We've already talked about some of the best pens for the job, but when you need a good notebook to jot down those thoughts, drawings, or doodles in, you have
Every week, we share a number of downloads for all platforms to help you get things done. Here were the top downloads from this week.
Previously mentioned debt management webapp ReadyForZero helps you reduce your debt down to nothing with useful suggestions and payment plans. The latest update offers credit score monitoring so you can watch yours grow.
With student loan debt at an all-time high, the high costs of text books hurt even more. This year, save yourself a ton of money by buying your textbooks the right way.
Having a tough time keeping beer or other beverages stacked neatly in your refrigerator but confined to a space you prefer? Worry not—it's binder clips to the rescue.
Frugality can ease strained finances but it can also lead to a frustrating and limited lifestyle. With the right tricks, however, you can find a happy medium to create a thrifty and pleasant existence.
Few people love a visit to the doctor and wait times make matters worse. The solution? According to redditor bartmycbartbart, who once worked in a doctor's office, you just need to pick the right time.
Pool noodles are awesome for protecting your car in the garage and keeping cool in the pool, but they can also be used as DIY door stops around the house.
This week on the podcast we're talking about the merits of life hacking, IFTTT for iPhone, and Amazon Prime. Also, Chrome's horribly insecure password manager. We're also answering your questions about Blu-ray ripping, syncing to multiple cloud services,
Keeping track of what you eat helps you eat right and make healthier food decisions, that much is given. However, when you make the commitment to tracking your diet, you need a tool that will help you, not get in the way. The best tools make it easy to ad
Shortened links are everywhere, but you never really know where they might take you. If you aren't sure whether to open one, URL Uncover can keep you safe.
iPhone: Nobody really likes commercials, but if you choose to do something productive with them, Commercial Break can warn you when it's time to get back to the couch.
Android is one of the most open, versatile, and customizable mobile operating systems out there. You may think you don't need to root your phone, but you'd be surprised at how much more you can accomplish with a little work. Here are 10 reasons rooting yo
If you do the same job for a few years, odds are, you've gotten really good at it. So what happens if something changes? Maybe new policies are put in place, or your job description changes?
What does everyone's Amazon Subscribe and Save list look like?Can anyone point me to good resources on WHS 2011 that can show me best how to make it a media server for television and home entertainment?I'm looking to build a standing desk that doesn't req
Turning off lamps and alarm clocks by your bed in the dark is never easy. If you're skilled in electronics though, you could do it just by knocking on your nightstand.
It's grilling season, and if you don't own a good charcoal grill, you should consider making your own out of an old beer keg.
Chopsticks are for more than just cheetos and Chinese take-out: they're practically tailor-made for salad consumption.
Readers offer their best tips for maximizing YouTube videos, hiding the Firefox tab bar, and monitoring the changes you made in a recent document.