20 Hours Ago On Saturday, March 24, people will be gathering all over the country for the March for Our Lives. This browser game, Game for Our Lives, was built to help spread the word about the protest, and give you a nice distraction on Friday afternoon.
21 Hours Ago MoviePass announced a new low price for their almost-all-you-can-watch movie subscription today. For a limited time, you can sign up for MoviePass for only $6.95 a month, a price they’ve only offered briefly once before.
Yesterday Some people love to hear themselves talk so much you can’t even get a word in edgewise. Well, part of the problem is that you’re waiting for them to pass the conch to you—and they’re not going to do it.
Yesterday This is something I see way too often: some guy uses the toilet, walks up to the sink, trickles some water onto his fingers, shakes them off, then walks out of the restroom.
2 Days Ago Welcome back to Mid-Week Meditations, Lifehacker’s weekly dip into the pool of stoic wisdom, and a guide to using its waters to reflect on and improve your life.
2 Days Ago Something odd happened when I checked my LinkedIn profile the other day. In the “People You May Know” section, I noticed a vaguely familiar face—it was someone I had met through online dating.
3 Days Ago Some people have problems that require delicate advice from a qualified professional. Others just need a random a guy on the internet to kick ‘em in the teeth (with honesty, that is).
3 Days Ago I’m a bit of a nervous flyer, so I always get to the airport early to sip on some courage at the bar. It helps me keep calm and, well, it’s hard to pass up a good Bloody Mary.
4 Days Ago Theatre gave me a lot of things. It was a place where my weird mannerisms and silly voices became unique tools. Performing also got me to break out of my shell and stop fearing what others thought of me, which, in turn, helped me learn to accept and be myself.
7 Days Ago Most of us learned how to tie our shoes a certain way using both of our hands. A story about a bunny that goes into a hole or something?
8 Days Ago The goal of brainstorming is to find possible solutions to a problem, but the process often becomes a platform for the outspoken, who offer the same perspective time and time again.
9 Days Ago Welcome back to Mid-Week Meditations, Lifehacker’s weekly dip into the pool of stoic wisdom, and a guide to using its waters to reflect on and improve your life.
10 Days Ago Some people have problems that require delicate advice from a qualified professional. Others just need a random a guy on the internet to kick ‘em in the teeth (with honesty, that is).
10 Days Ago I keep telling people that traveling to Japan is way more affordable than they think, especially if you book the right accommodations. We’re talking as little as $20 to $50 a night if you know where to look!
11 Days Ago There’s a lot to do. There always is. You sit at your desk well past quittin’ time each day to ensure it gets all done, but in the end you suffer for it.
11 Days Ago Traveling really takes it out of you—except when it comes to poop. That can stay with you for days, making your vacay a lot less enjoyable.
14 Days Ago What is love (baby don’t hurt me)? It’s a tough question to answer, and people have been asking it since the dawn of civilization. Perhaps the best way to identify love is to learn what it’s not.
15 Days Ago You’ve just landed at your travel destination, but the Airbnb won’t be available for a few hours. What to do? You could start exploring the city, but nothing ruins that exhilarating experience more than having to drag around heavy luggage.
15 Days Ago It’s almost time to “spring forward” for Daylight Saving Time, but who came up with this bizarre practice? And why? If you just answered “Benjamin Franklin” and “to help farmers,” you should probably read this.
16 Days Ago Welcome back to Mid-Week Meditations, Lifehacker’s weekly dip into the pool of stoic wisdom, and a guide to using its waters to reflect on and improve your life.
16 Days Ago Traveler, let me give you my most useful tip for visiting Japan: the “konbini” is life. It’s a one-stop shop for literally anything a wide-eyed tourist such as yourself may need while you explore the brightly lit corridors of Tokyo, or get swallowed by the serene silence of temples and shrines in Kyoto.
17 Days Ago Some people have problems that require delicate advice from a qualified professional. Others just need a random a guy on the internet to kick ‘em in the teeth with their blunt honesty.
17 Days Ago We were all waiting for the other shoe to drop on the super cheap, all-you-can-watch movie service, and it finally has. In a recent presentation, MoviePass CEO admitted that the app tracks your location before and after you see movies—something that wasn’t clearly disclosed before millions of people signed up for the… Read more...
18 Days Ago In Los Angeles, the backyard accessory dwelling unit (ADU), or “granny flat,” is a common addition to many homes. These one-bedroom apartment/guest houses can be tricky to build, though, especially if you don’t know the zoning requirements for your plot.
18 Days Ago Is there anything better than digging your toes into the warm sand on some beautiful, exotic beach? Well there is if that beach is riddled with hookworms that hope to burrow into your feet and make their way to your small intestine.