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  • Use Your Priority Pass for $28 Off at Some Airport Restaurants

    5:00pm By Alicia Adamczyk on Two Cents, shared by Alicia Adamczyk to Lifehacker
    If you’ve used Priority Pass to access an airport lounge, you may be underwhelmed by the free food offerings, depending on where you are. But there’s a way to get higher quality food without shelling out any more money.Read more...
  • Quitting Zyrtec May Lead to Intense Itching as a Withdrawal Symptom

    4:30pm By Beth Skwarecki on Vitals, shared by Beth Skwarecki to Lifehacker
    Long-term users of the allergy medicine Zyrtec (cetirizine) sometimes report a rare but excruciating withdrawal syndrome with itching all over their body. Jessica Misener recently wrote about her experience quitting the drug at Medium, and reports that the FDA…
  • This Contraption Holds Your Baby While You Pee  

    3:45pm By Michelle Woo on Offspring, shared by Michelle Woo to Lifehacker
    Japan, how are you so smart? When I traveled to Tokyo last week with a few other members of the Lifehacker team, I went to use the restroom at a shopping center. Inside the stall was a contraption that, as a mother of an infant, almost made me cry (jet lag and…
  • Buy This Italian Villa for $66

    3:30pm By Josh Ocampo
    If you’re tired of AirBnB, here’s another option: Buy your own vacation home. One man (with a major real estate problem) is offering up his furnished Italian villa in a raffle with an entry fee of 50 euros (that’s $66 USD), no strings attached.Read more...
  • Which Transcription Service to Use for Every Job

    3:00pm By Nick Douglas
    With audio transcription, you get what you pay for. For a dollar per minute of audio, Rev will give you a well-formatted transcript. For 25 cents a minute (a little lower for large volumes), Trint will give you a transcript riddled with errors, but will help…
  • Android Smartphone Running Slow? Try Deleting the App Cache

    2:41pm By Brendan Hesse
    Android smartphones are great, but they’re not immune to the ravages of time. While scratches or physical wear can be prevented with cases and mindful handling, it can be much harder to stop system slow down, which can creep its way into the user experience…
  • How to Save on Airline Baggage Fees

    2:30pm By Josh Ocampo
    Remember the days when you could board a flight without long security lines and exorbitant bag fees? Believe it or not, there was a time when airports didn’t feel like a nightmare you couldn’t wake up from.Read more...
  • How Not to Email Customer Support

    2:00pm By A.A. Newton
    Nobody likes waiting on hold to talk to customer support, but for some reason, waiting for an email reply can be even more frustrating. Angrily smashing that “reply” button before you get a response might feel satisfying in the moment, but it actually…
  • Why 'Going Part-Time' Can Be a Trap 

    1:30pm By Michelle Woo on Offspring, shared by Michelle Woo to Lifehacker
    It’s an alluring option, especially in the early years of raising children, when everything feels one Jenga piece away from a catastrophic collapse: “I’ll go part-time,” you tell yourself. You decide to talk to your manager and negotiate a plan to…
  • The Germs (and Smudges) on Your Phone Are No Match For HÄNS

    1:00pm By Chelsea Stone on The Inventory, shared by Chelsea Stone to Lifehacker
    I’m so, so sorry to remind you of this, but your phone is disgusting. Just think about how many things you touch in a day. Now think about how many times you touch your phone in a day. Chances are, your mobile device is not only your main mode of…
  • Make a Fancy Foam Out of Cheap Processed Cheese

    1:00pm By Claire Lower on Skillet, shared by Claire Lower to Lifehacker
    I enjoy a molecular technique now and then, but foams have always been a little hard for me get behind. In my estimation, there simply aren’t many foods that benefit from that particular mouthfeel. Processed cheese is, it turns out, one of them.Read more...
  • How to Accept an Apology

    12:00pm By Aimée Lutkin
    Heartfelt apologies can be tough; admitting you were wrong requires introspection, humbling yourself, being vulnerable. But the gracelessness of the person accepting the apology too often exacerbates an already uncomfortable situation. Redditor u/shakakhon…
  • Save Over $70 On One of the Best Kid Carriers Out There

    11:06am By Shep McAllister on Kinja Deals, shared by Chelsea Stone to Lifehacker
    Dueter makes some of the best kid carriers out there, and you can get the Kid Comfort Air for just $168 today at REI, down from the usual $240 (note: discount shown in cart).Read more...
  • How to Make Your Finances More Flexible Before the Next Recession 

    11:00am By Alicia Adamczyk on Two Cents, shared by Alicia Adamczyk to Lifehacker
    The U.S. economy has more or less been in expansion mode since the Great Recession of 2009, but expansions don’t last forever. While no one can say with certainty when the next recession will hit, it is certain that it will come eventually. And when it does,…
  • Thursday's Best Deals: Nike, Weighted Blankets, Thermapen, and More

    10:55am By Chelsea Stone on Kinja Deals, shared by Chelsea Stone to Lifehacker
    A discount on Philips Hue bulbs, Cuisinart cast iron, and a reader-favorite keyboard lead off Thursday’s best deals.Read more...
  • How to Get 50% Off Coffee at Starbucks Today 

    10:30am By Emily Price
    If you’re thinking of heading to Starbucks today, you might want to consider visiting after 3pm. The coffee chain is bringing back its popular Happy Hour offer on Thursday, March 21 and is offering 50 percent off handcrafted beverages grande and larger…
  • Only Three Pickups Have Good Passenger-Side Protection: IIHS

    10:25am By Kristen Lee on Jalopnik, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker
    Ever since the Insurance Institute For Highway Safety began subjecting vehicles to its passenger-side small overlap crash test in 2017, it’s been a hard one to pass. Pickup trucks are no exception. Read more...
  • Track Multiple Time Zones in Your Menu Bar With This Little App

    10:00am By Nick Douglas
    MacOS: We still like Clocker, the free time zone clock for your menu bar. But if you have to track a lot of time zones, you should also look at Menu World Time, another free menu bar world clock with a slightly different interface.Read more...
  • This Clever Hack Will Change the Way You Find Music on Spotify

    9:50am By Adam Clark Estes on Gizmodo, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker
    My favorite thing about Spotify has always been music discovery. So when the company started building personalized playlists like Discovery Weekly and Release radar, I was hooked. The only problem was listening to all the new music takes forever. But an…
  • Deadspin Does MLB Care If No One Cares?

    9:39am By Kinja! on Kinja Roundup, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker
    Deadspin Does MLB Care If No One Cares? | The A.V. Club Game Of Thrones is doing what its source material couldn’t: Coming to an end | The Root A Late Thank You Letter to White America, Who Fox News Says Deserves ‘Credit’ For Ending Slavery | The…
  • Get the Practical and Immensely Satisfying Luminoodle Click For Just $17

    9:35am By Shep McAllister on Kinja Deals, shared by Chelsea Stone to Lifehacker
    Power Practical’s latest Luminoodle is a terrific light strip attached to an amazing button, and it’s ideal for illuminating dark closets, or installing under shelves and cabinets.Read more...
  • Spring Clean Your Butt With This $42 Warm Water Bidet

    8:10am By Shep McAllister on Kinja Deals, shared by Chelsea Stone to Lifehacker
    There are $20 bidets, and bidets that cost as much as a mortgage payment, but today’s deal seems to strike a great balance between the two in terms of features, but with a price much closer to the former than the latter.Read more...
  • Cuddle Up Under a Weighted Blanket For Some of the Best Prices Ever

    8:00am By Shep McAllister on Kinja Deals, shared by Chelsea Stone to Lifehacker
    I’m not sure if you’re aware, but it’s cold as hell outside, and I can’t think of a better time for a weighted blanket. In addition to keeping you warm, a weighted blanket can work wonders for your anxiety, and several different models are on sale…
  • A Guide to the Mueller Investigation for Anyone Who's Only Been Paying Half-Attention

    Wed 3:01pm By Rafi Schwartz on Splinter, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker
    If you’re a thankfully normal human being living an actual life there’s a decent chance you’ve only been sorta paying attention to the labyrinthine ins-and-outs of what President Donald Trump has calls a “witch hunt,” and everyone else calls “that…
  • Cooking from Anthony Bourdain's Les Halles Cookbook: a show-stopping pork rillette recipe

    Tue 10:45pm By Kevin Pang on The Takeout, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker
    All this week, The Takeout’s Kevin Pang will be cooking from Anthony Bourdain’s Les Halles Cookbook and writing about his experience.Read more...