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Forget binders of women, now there's a database

A new project called the Boardlist lets tech firms peruse a database of more than 600 female leaders prepped to serve on a board of directors.

By July 16, 2015

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'X-Files' stars, creator tweet clues from set

The truth is out there...on Twitter. Stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny post photos from "The X-Files" set, while show creator Chris Carter gives fans their first hint at UFOs.

By June 9, 2015

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How to coil your own charging cords

This neat trick turns just about any straight cable into a clutter-reducing coiled one.

By May 27, 2015

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Buying a sous vide cooker? Grab these things, too

Before you can cook the perfect steak, make sure you have these items.

By February 3, 2015

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Create binders full of women with your Android device

Using this nifty photo-effects app for Android, you can create and share your own mashup photos.

By October 18, 2012

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Pending Larry joins Big Bird and Romney binders on Twitter

A placeholder for a quote from Google's CEO in a prematurely released earnings report spurs Twitter creativity.

By October 18, 2012

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Romney breathes new life into Amazon's binder reviews

With his comment about having "binders full of women," the Republican presidential candidate stirs much online activity -- especially on Amazon.

By October 18, 2012

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Presidential debate memes: Binders of women, a job for Jeremy

Mitt Romney's comment about seeing "binders full of women" while fielding candidates as Massachusetts governor spurs a blog and Twitter account, while Jeremy the concerned college student now has the whole country job-hunting for him.

By October 16, 2012

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Wildling wannabes, make a crossbow from office supplies

Opportunity is a-knockin' for cube-dwelling "Game of Thrones" fans. Learn to shoot a mini-crossbow in a way that would make Ygritte proud.

By June 10, 2014

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Next army smokescreen could be eco-friendly, better on lungs

One is easier on the lungs, one on the planet, and two use compounds from fireworks. Any one of these being tested by the US Army could replace the WWII-era smoke grenades still in use.

By May 22, 2014