Emily Price
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Emily is a tech, travel, and alcohol reporter based in San Francisco. She is also the author of the book "Productivity Hacks: 500+ Easy Ways to Accomplish More at Work--That Actually Work!"
11/17/19
10:58 AM
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Definitely a great option. We talk about them in our original article about juice jacking. I didn’t include here because I think your average user isn’t going to 1) remember to bring two different cables to the airport 2) always pick the correct one of the two cables to use when they do.

9/16/19
7:50 AM
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It was working great when I wrote this. We may have overwhelmed it with traffic.

9/2/19
9:13 PM
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Newer “unlimited” plans include provisions where if you use a certain amount of data a carrier can throttle your data and make it slower. Hypothetically you have unlimited data, but maybe after 6GB in the month it will be at half speed, at 10GB you’ll only get data at 25% the speed.... you technically can use all the Read more

9/2/19
9:11 PM
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I suspect the “legal ramifications” from this would be significantly more expensive than the cost of an AT&T plan for the remainder of my life.

8/25/19
7:52 PM
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Thanks for the heads up! Looks like this is an odd Kinja issue (it keeps “correcting” it to something incorrect), so I removed the hyperlink altogether.

8/12/19
3:02 PM
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Looks like something got skewed along the way here. A traditional pass is $100. The lifetime version is $500 (an additional $400 in cost).

8/12/19
3:01 PM
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Looks like something got skewed along the way here. A traditional pass is $100. The lifetime version is $500 (an additional $400 in cost).

8/4/19
6:46 PM
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This is Lazy to Read’s summary on that Outside article. It managed to get the murder in there.

8/4/19
6:44 PM
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Their approach is a bit different. Lazy to Read presents results as a paragraph and picks different highlights than TLDR. I think both have some good and bad qualities. Would be a good side-by-side to try!

8/4/19
4:25 PM
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Weird. It worked great for me today, and I found the deal through friends who took advantage of it as well.

8/4/19
4:24 PM
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You may be looking at information from a previous promotion. I literally just plugged in the code and took advantage of this today while writing this article.

7/13/19
9:44 PM
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You still have to remember to charge that battery, which sadly is a step that I often miss 

6/16/19
10:47 AM
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First and Business don’t have middle seats, which Premium Economy is typically priced closer to.

3/24/19
10:00 PM
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I think you’re a bit off here. Letting a business track whether or not you’ve opened an email will do nothing to ensure you have more personalized email. If anything it will ensure you receive even more spam.
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3/17/19
11:45 PM
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Definitely, if that’s an option for you. If you live in a city where college basketball isn’t a huge deal, it can actually be hard to find a bar that’s showing it. In NC it would be on literally everywhere I went. In SF I’ve had trouble getting some bars to even turn on a game.

2/25/19
12:19 AM
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I live in San Francisco. I went from paying around $2500/mo for a studio apartment to paying around $1900/mo for a 2-bedroom I share. Both are admittedly insanely expensive, but by living with another person I’m saving $600/mo. It is possible, even here.