Coffee, tea, and other caffeinated beverages are enjoyable for the taste alone, but sometimes you might be thinking about their caffeine content more than the flavor. Here are the top 10 things you should know about this wonderful drug and how to use caffeine more efficiently.
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Over the past few years, automakers and tech giants have been dumping billions of dollars into making the first true accident-free self-driving car.
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For the first time in a while, I have only one credit card in my wallet, and admittedly it feels kind of weird. I usually have more than one credit card (as evidenced by my credit card travel hacking spree), you know to get cheap airfare.
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Paying someone a compliment is a terrific way to get on someone’s good side, but can also be taken the wrong way if you’re not careful. This method is sure to be effective and respectful.
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Here’s a trick that’s been around for a while but may have passed you by: secret category codes added by Netflix engineers that can help you narrow down your on-demand video choices. From classic war movies to Brazilian dramas, here’s how to dig deeper into the Netflix library.
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Communication is pretty tricky in any relationship. If you want to share affection without blurting out “Hey, I like you!” to everyone you meet, a few of these body language tricks will help you be a bit more subtle.
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Advertising is kind of fascinating. Advertisers use a number of psychological tricks to get you to spend money. Knowing these tricks is a great way to stop buying crap you don’t need.
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If you make your own Greek yogurt or ricotta you know that there is usually a fair amount of liquid (known as “sour whey”) left behind after straining. What you may not know is that it has many uses, and pouring it down the drain would be a kitchen crime.
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Ego gets a bad rap, but it’s not just for evil villains. Personal ego can be a catalyst for personal success. As long as you’re not using it to trample everyone else along the way.
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Cooking is hard work that’s often hard to be passionate about. Yet, once programmer Brett Terpstra started seeing the similarities to coding, the whole process became a lot more interesting.
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