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Smigin Lets You Build And Learn Useful Phrases In Different Languages

iOS: If you’re travelling internationally — or want to make simple conversation with a non-English speaker — the Smigin app on iOS lets you build phrases quickly, gives you native pronunciation, and lets you save important phrases as favourites to use later on.


Wavemon Monitors Your Raspberry Pi's Wi-Fi From The Command Line

If you’re running your Raspberry Pi in headless mode, it’s difficult to troubleshoot Wi-Fi problems. Raspberry Pi Spy points to Wavemon, a Linux utility that also happens to work great on the Raspberry Pi in the command line.


How To Stick To A Writing Schedule

The more you write the better you get at it. Whether you’re blogging for money or writing for yourself — perhaps for November’s NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month — here are some tips to develop a writing habit.


Norbert Finds And Verifies People's Email Addresses With Their Name

With Norbert, you can find someone’s email address by simply typing in their first name, last name and the domain name where you think they work.


How To Jailbreak Your iPhone For iOS 8.1

Want to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad and add new features that Apple doesn’t support? Here’s how to go about it with iOS 8.1.


VTabs Puts Tabs In A Side Bar, Can Save Open Tabs For Later

Chrome: Tabs are one of the best inventions in the browser world, but bring the problem of managing them. vTabs offers a solution with a sidebar that not only lets you see more info about a tab, but store tabs away for later.


The Difference Between Shame And Guilt, And Why It Matters

Although shame and guilt may seem similar, shame is highly correlated with addiction, depression and aggression. In contrast, guilt is linked to empathy and understanding other perspectives.


Save Face When You're Angry With A 'Discomfort Caveat'

Anger has a way of getting the best of us. Most of the time, it’s better to walk away and take a few minutes to cool off, but you may not always have the time or space to do so. A “discomfort caveat” can inform the other party that you’re not thinking as clearly as you’d like to and help keep the conversation under control.


Video Briefly: Hilarious News Bloopers, Age Of Ultron Clip, Harry Potter Rap

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Best TED talks, funny news bloopers, Daniel Radcliffe raps his spectacles off.


Find The Perfect Word For Your Feelings With This Vocabulary Wheel

Sometimes, it’s hard to explain exactly how you feel. This handy vocabulary wheel helps you narrow down exactly what word best expresses your current emotional state.