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How cool is that? New white paint ‘more powerful’ than air conditioning
There’s a better way to protect yourself from hackers and identity thieves

There’s a better way to protect yourself from hackers and identity thieves

From Vox
If you’re using texts for two-factor authentication, it’s time to change to an app.
I’m Not a Robot! So Why Won’t Captchas Believe Me?

I’m Not a Robot! So Why Won’t Captchas Believe Me?

From Wired
If clicking crosswalks makes your blood boil, you’re not alone. Fortunately, there are some tips that make solving those challenges way less frustrating.
Freelance contract: how to write it the right way?

Freelance contract: how to write it the right way?

From Recruiting Times
No matter what kind of freelance work you’re doing, having a contract in place before you start working can save you a lot of trouble down the line. 
Why your constant busyness may just be laziness

Why your constant busyness may just be laziness

From Fast Company
Over the course of a day, how many times do you hear the words: I’m just so busy? How often do you utter those words yourself?
3 keys to get out of feeling like there’s never enough time and get creative projects done

3 keys to get out of feeling like there’s never enough time and get creative projects done

From Fast Company
“I don’t have enough time!” The words I spoke revealed the truth. Once again, my mind sprung the trap. I’m not sure who set it, but it’s been there for years.
A Brief History of Peanut Butter

A Brief History of Peanut Butter

From Smithsonian Magazine
North Americans weren't the first to grind peanuts—the Inca beat us to it by a few hundred years—but peanut butter reappeared in the modern world because of an American, the doctor, nutritionist and cereal pioneer John Harvey Kellogg, who filed a patent for a proto-peanut butter in 1895.