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Video: Professional lighting for photo studios can cost a pretty penny, but if you’re just starting out, you don’t have to drop that much cash (if you even have it to start with). In this video, photographer Joe Edelman shows you how to build an all LED setup on a budget that performs as well as pricier gear.
A bad case of garlic breath can ruin a date, even if you both have it. These foods, if eaten after a garlic-y dish, might be able to save the day.
If today’s news regarding Evernote’s new pricing plans and limitations has you considering Microsoft OneNote, the OneNote Importer tool makes the transition relatively painless for Windows users.
The Kindle is great for reading, but it’s horrible for research. If you need to bounce back and forth between pages for comparison, it has always been a bit of a pain. Page Flip is a new feature rolling out to the Kindle apps and ereaders that should help.
If you’re over the age of 10 or so, you probably got chills when you saw the first trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, even if you didn’t end up liking the movie. That feeling is due to a concept called “intertextuality”, and it’s everywhere these days.
If you forgot to wear your pocket protector and got an ink stain in your favourite shirt, you can save it with the right stain remover, a toothbrush and a little know-how.
Why is it that we often ignore hard data and go with our gut when making a decision? It’s especially true when it comes to estimating the probability of something. Are our brains just really mediocre when it comes to numbers or is there a reason for our misguided instincts?
Video: If you like diced up hot dogs in your mac and cheese or want to quickly cut some veggie strips for snacking, you can make a quick-slicing tool out of a plastic syringe.
It’s not the most practical thing in the world, but if you’ve never eaten meat cooked slowly, roasted over a fire, you’re missing out. This video from ChefSteps shows you how you can turn the fireplace you have at home into a roaring fire pit, perfect for roasting meat — or a whole pig.
Jeans are shockingly resilient clothes that may not need to be washed as often as you think. With all the contradictory information out there, this video helps explain why you might not want to wash your jeans.