Experts say awareness and practice are the keys to stop using interjections that can make you seem nervous or unintelligent.
Ask yourself if the pain needs urgent medical attention or if it is something you can self-manage.
Test cook Tim Chin expertly stretches a simple dough into firm, chewy and totally delicious Sichuanese "biang biang mian."
The new era of aftermarket gadgetry.
The Intercept's security expert Micah Lee breaks down how to run a rogue account while keeping your identity safe.
Little teeny holes bored into wood are another possible but impractical salve — basically, optometrists and eyeglass manufacturers exist for a reason and you should only refer to these options if you're truly up a creek.
For most of us, waking up in the morning is a very un-fun endeavor. We want to be peppy morning people ready to face the day with a smile on our faces, but that's not how it tends to play. There might be hope and it might be this nifty Arduino alarm clock.
Home repair might not be something that you "want" to do, but like building a budget or planning for retirement it's definitely something you "should" do if you consider yourself a smart person who has their life together.
There’s so much more than ramen. (But there’s a lot of ramen.)
If there is one thing George Washington would have wanted in modern day America, it would be for everyone to buy a sweet car on his birthday.
No one knows who invented the Knickerbocker cocktail as it is one of the oldest cocktails on record, written up in the first drink book "Bon Vivant's Companion" published in 1862. What we do know is that is effervescent, tasty and worth giving a try.
The secret to finding previously undiscovered life on Earth is to look where no one has looked before.
A guide to sexting best practices for you and your favorite taker-of-nudes.
Duke’s Dan Ariely weaves insights from behavioral economics into financial products and services. Here’s how you can profit from his work.
Need a keyring? A notebook with a handy-dandy pen holder? Or just want a way to blow bubbles at your cat? The handy zip tie is here to save the day.
Nick Offerman walks through the slabs of raw wood, eclectic cast iron machines and fine tools that make up his beautiful woodworking studio.
A box that seems so simple has complex mechanisms at play. Can you figure out the Lotus Box?
Everybody needs a net gun. They're necessities. Thankfully, this is a totally practical project you can complete at home with just a modest workshop.
With only fifteen minutes and his back turned, some poor schlub had to try and keep pace and make crab cakes with Gordon Ramsay.
So, they didn't quite pan out as planned, but seeing as the guy started out with basically just sand and wood, these babies are remarkably close to the real thing.
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