Like other powerful tools, technology can be used for great good or for great evil. Learn how people use technology for wrongdoing so you can protect yourself—or use their tricks to actually do good. Here are the top 10 “evil” ways you can use technology.
Your grill: it’s the quintessential outdoor cooking vessel, and yet it can be so much more. From cleaning your grill to upgrading its features, here are some of the best tips and hacks we’ve seen to maintain your grill and take it to the next level.
Yes, you should try every kind of food in your waffle iron. This one’s the simplest, though: Just stick some premade puff pastry in the waffle iron and see what happens.
There will always be people who will try to bring you down without knowing any better. Treat them like toddlers, says author and entrepreneur Seth Godin: “Buy them a lollipop, smile and walk away.”
When you’re looking for a new job, there’s a lot that can go wrong, from formatting your resume improperly to being tripped up by questions during the job interview. Watch out for these 10 common mistakes job applicants often make.
A well-made bed is a joy to jump into, plus it makes your bedroom look nice. Who better to learn from than a housekeeper at the esteemed Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris?
Facebook Groups are underrated. You can use them to find people with similar interests, share files with others in your group, or even network professionally. It’s easy to find groups to join now with the Groups Discover section in Facebook.
Whether you’re planning a family reunion, a destination wedding, or your company’s next retreat, Roomblocker will help relieve the stress of finding the right hotel.
It’s the final stretch: You’ve quit your job, and now all that stands between you and a different life are those two weeks of notice. Use this time to tie up loose ends and take care of the little details that will make it easier to leave your old job behind and focus on your new one.
Capture the Flag (CTF) competitions train participants in information security and technical skills, including things like encryption and reverse engineering. Facebook recently open-sourced its own CTF platform so you can test and develop your hacking skills.
Thoughtful gifts are the best gifts, right? Not so fast. Choosing a “thoughtful” gift might be more selfish than letting your gift recipient choose their own gift.
Benefits and perks make up a substantial part of your overall compensation, about a third of the total you really make. A new Glassdoor study shows that some industries tend to have better quality benefits compared to others.
You can easily prepare and carry multiple tacos at once by using a muffin tin or an egg carton as your prop.
Plug your numbers into retirement calculators, and you might easily feel overwhelmed. You need millions of dollars to retire comfortably?! Forget about that large amount and focus on the small stuff—maybe even just $15 a day.
If you ever feel like you’re not going anywhere or that you’re undervalued or struggling to make a difference, consider this: Are your talents or skills being put to their best use?
iOS: Nobody likes being stuck in the middle seat on the plane. If you’re unhappy with your seat assignment, you can use Seateroo to find someone to swap seats with you—for a price of course.
Okay, the last thing you’re probably thinking of when preparing for someone’s funeral is the cost of the coffin. Funeral directors know this, however, and will take advantage of you. Don’t let them. You can buy coffins at Costco.
Over time, as the plywood subfloor under your carpet expands and contracts, the nails can come loose and the subfloor separated from the floor joists. Although it’s not a safety concern, it’s an annoyance: squeaky floors under your carpet.