David Murphy
thedavidmurphy
Senior Technology Editor of Lifehacker. www.murphy.wtf
12/10/19
3:13 PM
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I do use google calendar. I use multiple google calendars, in fact.

12/3/19
2:24 PM
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Correct. The photo also shows empty USB ports below the wall ports. :)

12/3/19
11:21 AM
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For what it’s worth, I make multiple comments in the article about how Sprucemarks is worth the $7 lifetime payment. I think it’s also fair to call out exactly what the developer described in their announcement—that you can still use a version that won’t be updated, for free, if you manually install it.

11/21/19
10:32 AM
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No argument there. It’s more for the advanced user that’s a bit curious, as I don’t expect mom and dad to go fiddling around with ADB. Still, good to know that there is a way to check.

11/18/19
4:57 PM
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Nope! Nothing yet, nor would I expect it to even have a placeholder for some time.

11/15/19
9:54 AM
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If you’re already a subscriber, you can’t take advantage of Microsoft’s $1 promos. :\

11/14/19
1:57 PM
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Forgot to comment -- I fucked up the math, and I am sorry. Fixed this once I noticed. :)

11/13/19
1:22 PM
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“And, yes, you could just right-click within your downloads folder in Windows, for example, and opt to group all your files by the date they were created. That’s only a visual fix, though. Your downloads folder will still be a mess, whereas the Organize Downloads by Date extension solves that core issue without fuss.” 

11/13/19
1:19 PM
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I don’t control the ads on the site. Your best bet is to take screenshots and hit up help@gizmodomedia.com, and they should be able to look into it.

11/8/19
4:24 PM
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The Taco Bell deal isn’t expired. I only brought up the expired Rockstar one as an example of retail promotions that can get completely out of hand — so, the next time you see one in the store, do a quick Google search (or slickdeals) to see if someone has found a crafty loophole for it. That’s all.  :)