Most Viewed Posts This Week: October 14-21

This week we took a look at Google’s new Pixel phones and learned how to use their best features right now, introduced parents to the basics of Minecraft, found out which iMessage apps are really useful, researched local choices, and more. Here’s a look back.

When you eat it doesn’t matter

There are so many myths and strangely specific rules about when to eat to lose weight, but they alone do not help. Eat a hearty and light breakfast all day, and eat small meals every few hours. Food rules are less important than you think, and even when they do help, they are not for the reasons you think.

How to Get the Best Features of Google Pixel Phones Right Now

The new Google Pixel phones are packed with exciting new features. New Google Smart Assistant, unlimited cloud storage for photos and videos, and more has been added. With a little clever tweak, you can get most of the big and better features on your phone right now, even before the Pixel even comes out.

A parent’s guide to playing Minecraft with kids

When your child takes an interest in a popular phenomenon, there is usually not much to understand – you just help him turn on the video and add the toys to his birthday wish list. But it’s a little trickier when your child comes home and insists they need to play Minecraft. You have a lot to learn.

Nexus phones were for Android enthusiasts, but pixels were for everyone

There are reviews and most agree that the new Google Pixel phones are awesome . They also mark the death of the Nexus line. With the move to pixels, Google is shifting its gaze from the experimental world of Nexus devices to the broader world of phone shoppers around the world.

Plan a free online education at Lifehacker U: Fall 2016 semester.

Your education shouldn’t stop after you finish school. We’ve compiled the curriculum from the best free online classes available online this fall for the final semester of Lifehacker U, our regularly updated guide to improving your life with free online college-level classes. Let’s start.

Really Useful iMessage Apps and Stickers

In iOS 10, Apple has updated its Messages app with a host of new features. One of those features, an app store specifically for Messages, was greeted with loud cheers from users and cheers! from brands. Good news: Not all of these apps are horrible branded stickers. In fact, there are some really useful ones.

Disassembling translation tools: Google Translate vs Microsoft Translator

Whether you’re traveling, learning foreign languages, or owning a business, tools like Google Translate and Microsoft Translator make it easier for everyone in the world to understand each other. But while both can translate text, speech and images, each has its own characteristics. So everyone on the showdown train! Next stop: translation station.

Why Your Fart Stinks So Bad And How To Get Rid Of It

Be honest, it’s not farting that worries you, but when it really stinks . Avoiding fiber may make you fart less, but it won’t get rid of the rotten egg smell we all fear. Instead, take a close look at the sources of your cysteine ​​protein.

Top 10 Gmail Tips for Power Users

Everyone has a Gmail account. We’re all used to archiving, marking, and marking bad senders as spam, but you probably still spend a lot of time in your inbox, especially if you use Gmail in your work. Here are ten tips to save you time and make your transition to Inbox Zero easier.

These Fancy Butters Are Really Worth Your Money

In this handicraft age, it can be difficult to know which fancy products like butter are really worth your time (and money). If you feel overwhelmed in the milk passage, don’t worry, because one man tried twenty-three oils to find the best.

Your poop is ok

How is your turd? Is this the correct color? How about frequency – do you do it once a day, regularly? Don’t reply (and especially in the comments, please). In truth, whatever your answers, you are fine.

How to quickly research all of your local choices

With only a few weeks left until the 2016 election, many of us already have our mailing list and sample ballots filled with local candidates, voting initiatives, questions and judges. Whether you’re trying to get your head around the 223-page California Voter Guide or something less complex, several tools can simplify the research process so you don’t need a law degree to vote competently.

Planks still work even if you don’t keep them forever

We’ve told you how to make planks , and why planks , and what to do instead of planks when you get bored with them . But there is an important thing about boards that we forgot to tell you: you don’t have to hold a position until you collapse.

I’m William Gurstel, author of Backyard Ballistics and This Is How I Work

William Gurstel knows how to create very kinetic things. He often examines objects that appear dangerous from a distance – such as cannons and catapults – but are safe if you are scientific.

How to make lollipops that don’t suck

A crunchy, tart and sweet apple lovingly covered in a shiny candy shell or rich caramel robe is a typical fall treat that’s easy to make but also pretty easy to spoil. To get your candy as good as possible, there are several factors to consider.

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