Is It Safe to Buy and Sell on Gift Card Exchanges?

After the holidays, store gift cards can sit in your wallet, unbothered for months—indeed, at any given time, between 10-19% of gift card balances remain unredeemed, and six percent of gift cards are never even used, according to The Hustle. Fortunately, you can sell these cards for actual cash on reseller sites. But…

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Source: LifeHacker – Is It Safe to Buy and Sell on Gift Card Exchanges?

Watch Reruns of ‘90s Cartoons While You Work

All those ‘90s babies grew up with the best childhood cartoons—shows so beloved they continue to remake them to this day. Recently we’ve seen reboots of Duck Tales, Animaniacs, and Ren and Stimpy, not to mention the many iterations of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. But nothing really beats the originals.

In 2021,…

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Source: LifeHacker – Watch Reruns of ‘90s Cartoons While You Work

What's an 'Uncertified' Android Device?

Google will start disabling Google Messages from working on “uncertified” Android devices starting March 31. This change shouldn’t affect most of you, but it does beg the question: What exactly is an “uncertified” Android device, and how do you make sure you’re not using one?

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Source: LifeHacker – What’s an ‘Uncertified’ Android Device?

The Best Reasons to Work Out at Home, According to Our Readers

Working out at home has been a big change for many of us. Even if you’ve had a home gym for years, pandemic fitness is just different. Not long ago we asked readers, what have you actually liked about working out at home? The answers were thoughtful and, honestly, inspirational. So here’s a tour of some of the best…

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Source: LifeHacker – The Best Reasons to Work Out at Home, According to Our Readers

How to Turn a Spare Room Into a Home Theater

Gone are the days of seeing a movie just to feel the leather seats, smell the popcorn, and be with others in the movie theater. Indoor movie theaters are high-risk locations during the ongoing pandemic, so while we wait for mass vaccinations and fewer lockdowns, making your own home theater can be a clever…

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Source: LifeHacker – How to Turn a Spare Room Into a Home Theater

Streamline Your YouTube Subscriptions Using Folders

If, like me, you follow dozens of YouTube channels across a range of topics, you might find you occasionally miss an upload (or a few) as you’re bombarded with new videos each day. Luckily, there are some great third-party tools you can use to help you organize your subscriptions.

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Source: LifeHacker – Streamline Your YouTube Subscriptions Using Folders

Men Don’t Need ‘Masculine’ Beauty Products

There is a certain gendered order to the marketing world: Products aimed at women must be purchased and used by women; products that cater to male needs must be purchased and used by men. The result is a siloed notion of what qualifies as a socially acceptable beauty product. But that’s a bunch of bullshit.

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Source: LifeHacker – Men Don’t Need ‘Masculine’ Beauty Products

You Should Air Fry Wet Tortellini

The air fryer is the perfect appliance for the discerning stoner. It’s speedy, with a super quick pre-heat time, and every single frozen treat I’ve put into it comes out crispier than its microwaved—or even baked!—counterparts. Pizza rolls, french fries, frozen egg rolls: All come out of the air fryer golden, hot, and…

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Source: LifeHacker – You Should Air Fry Wet Tortellini

What's New on Hulu in February 2021

This month, the slate of new content dropping on Hulu offers a study in contrasts. On one hand, we have Nomadland (Feb. 19), a quiet story about American aimlessness, and one of the most acclaimed films of the past year. On the other, we have Sonic the Hedgehog (Feb. 18), the tale of a hedgehog who can run very fast,…

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Source: LifeHacker – What’s New on Hulu in February 2021

How to Use 'Sound Bites' for a More Effective Job Interview

You can’t plan out every last line of dialogue in a job interview—nor should you—but you can plan a few things you want to get across. One good way to do that is to create a list of “sound bites”—that is, a few memorized phrases or sentences that you want to get across during your interview.

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Source: LifeHacker – How to Use ‘Sound Bites’ for a More Effective Job Interview

7 Activities to Do With Your Kids When Wintertime Sucks

With the festive parts of winter securely behind us, but a whole lot of non-festive winter still ahead, you may be wondering how the hell you’re going to pass the days with your kids over the coming months. For those of us in cold areas, we’ve still got the rest of January, all of February, followed by February #2…

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Source: LifeHacker – 7 Activities to Do With Your Kids When Wintertime Sucks

Wednesday's Best Deals: Aukey Webcam, PlayStation Plus, Baby Yoda Towel/Loofah Set, Razer Accessories, Eastbay Athleisure Sale, Dog Chew Toys, and More

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Source: LifeHacker – Wednesday’s Best Deals: Aukey Webcam, PlayStation Plus, Baby Yoda Towel/Loofah Set, Razer Accessories, Eastbay Athleisure Sale, Dog Chew Toys, and More

A Playlist for Saying Goodbye

There’s a reason they sell pre-printed greeting cards. When it comes to expressing real, heartfelt emotion, some of us aren’t so great with the putting things into words. Better to let the poets at Hallmark express our sentiments with more alacrity than we could ever manage. And the same goes for music: There’s a pop…

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Source: LifeHacker – A Playlist for Saying Goodbye

Call a Reconsideration Line for a Second Chance at a Credit Card

Getting rejected for a credit card can feel like a low blow, especially if you’ve fallen on hard times. But you still have a lesser-known, last-ditch option available—the reconsideration line, which allows borrowers to appeal their rejection directly with their lender. Here’s how to use it.

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Source: LifeHacker – Call a Reconsideration Line for a Second Chance at a Credit Card

Try These Fixes for the macOS 'Permanent Screensaver' Bug

A weird bug is affecting some owners of Apples’ M1 line of Macs (laptops and desktops) that triggers the macOS screensaver to run at random times. That doesn’t sound so bad at first—who doesn’t love Flurry?—except for the even quirkier issue that once it’s turned on, an affected Mac’s screensaver can’t be turned off.

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Source: LifeHacker – Try These Fixes for the macOS ‘Permanent Screensaver’ Bug