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arinbasu
Jan 12 2017
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Live your life as if it is BOTH your first and last day of the life. And indeed it is. The present is evanescent but real. The present is today, now. The past is over, the future you do not know. Read more

Jul 2 2015
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Are you also on Medium? How does lifehacker plan and advise use of Medium for long form reading and writing?

Apr 9 2015
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This article should go to a Hall of Fame of great lifehacker posts. The best researched article I have seen in lifehacker this year!

Mar 31 2015
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looks like a case of poor financial planning. The idea of back up credit card is nice though.

Dec 18 2014
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Very interesting app but it is still fundamentally a linear slideshow maker. Just makes it a little easier to find images, insert them, and less clutter than powerpoint. It's also easy to set up a nice storyboard, etc. At heart, it's still powerpoint-ish. Prezi, for instance, operates on a different level plane. Where Read more

Dec 4 2014
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You do not have to know the answers to these questions. Just reflection is often enough to transform your life.

Sep 11 2014
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I totally agree Whitson Gordon's points. This is based on my personal experience. I used to buy Windows notebooks for years, because they used to pack features at reasonable prices. Without exception, I had to struggle with poor hardware for all my laptops (and these were all top brands premium priced products - Read more

Jul 3 2014
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Given the kind of programme Scrivener happens to be, tablets are yet not there to take advantage of its features. Those who must write on tablets, one way to play might be to use scrivener to output into markdown (compile into markdown) and take it from there. I also find combining Scrivener with Draft (http://draftin. Read more

Jun 25 2014
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It doesn't matter. MS Office and google docs are equally inadequate when it comes to smart editing and working on the web, including serious research writing. Try "Draft" (http://draftin.com) using markdown, and you will see the difference it makes to your writing productivity.

Jun 16 2014
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Wow! I'd say this is the ultimate buddhist mindfulness in one word! Amazing, excellent and you can almost claim, failsafe advice.

Jun 5 2014
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This is a good book, but you will really get a lot out of that book if you have Xcode 6 on an OSX and that's not out yet (at least not in our neck o' the woods ...).

May 3 2014
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Thanks for pointing out an excellent strategy and for all the right reasons, this is one of those classic lifehacker posts that continue to add value to everyday life. A combination of different vegetarian items can in general pretty much meet most, if not all, of your protein requirement, and cost saving is not the Read more

Mar 28 2014
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In general, reasonable set of advices, except for two: "control media" and "make them work for free".

Mar 10 2014
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Association-Impression-Repetition (AIR) is a great principle and thanks for sharing a great piece of advice. In practice, I find it really useful to use a bibliography manager (something like Endnote (expensive) but Mendeley and Zotero that are web based and free). Read the piece first and then immediately after spend Read more

Feb 28 2014
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Brilliant find and a great piece of writing on using Lego blocks for some serious productivity! +1 more reason to like lifehacker every day. Lego blocks of course has many uses including fostering design thinking using serious play, so the blocks become metaphor of creative explorations and ideas. Here, lego blocks Read more