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Guy's Kickstarter dream: Making potato salad (with dill even)

A forward-thinking entrepreneur attempts to Kickstart a potato-salad-making session and ends up blowing away his $10 funding goal.

By July 3, 2014

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How to clean your TV screen the right way

You'll find as many methods for cleaning a TV screen as there are people you ask. Here's our perspective.

By December 23, 2013

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Feds' $4.35B for dairy and eggs is cracked, say cloud experts

Coupa, a "cloud-based spend optimization" company, proclaims it can solve the budget crisis. All the US government has to do is, well, act like a business. Oh.

By September 18, 2013

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Funny new Moto X ads say iPhone, Galaxy are lazy slobs

Moto X wants to show how it is a phone that is dedicated to you, as opposed to slobbing out like the worst sort of boyfriend.

By September 9, 2013

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Qwik Wisk puts a spin on whisks

Instead of traditional looped tines, the Mastrad Qwik Wisk uses a central core. By pulling and pushing the handle, the central core spins to recreate the whisking action.

By August 7, 2013

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Twitter to Paula Deen: H-word has more power than n-word

After the Southern cook's admission that she used the n-word, Twitter creates the quite beautiful #Paulasbestdishes and ladles sometimes brilliant humor.

By June 20, 2013

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WhatsApp CEO message hoax returns following status glitch

A hoax message is rattling around on WhatsApp, urging app users to forward a fake message to all their contacts.

By November 29, 2012

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Make your own screen-cleaning spray on the cheap

Stop overspending on store-bought screen cleaners -- you can make your own in large quantities for just a few bucks.

By October 12, 2012

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Zing your own salad dressing

The Zing Anything Salad Zinger is a salad gadget designed to make it easy to prep your own dressing. The removable base unscrews to unveil a special compartment.

By September 6, 2012

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How microbes can build electric grids

Research shows bacteria exploit conducting minerals in their environment to shuttle electrons between species, allowing greater growth.

By June 4, 2012