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This Week’s Most Popular Posts: August 13-19

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This week we learned a few tricks for surviving a bad job, removed forgotten security tags from our clothing (without ruining our stuff), learned all about how to make the most of our routers, and more. Here's a look back.

This Week's Most Popular Posts: August 13-19

Top 10 Ways to Survive Your Crappy Job

Your job sucks and for whatever reason you can't leave. At the same time, if you don't leave you're pretty sure you're going to lose your mind. What can you do about it? More »

This Week's Most Popular Posts: August 13-19

How to Remove Security Tags from Clothing

As an anti-theft measure, clothing stores tag certain items with security tags so you'll set off an alarm when you leave with the tag still on the garment or ruin it by spilling ink from the tag if you try to remove it yourself. More »

This Week's Most Popular Posts: August 13-19

Know Your Network, Lesson 1: Router Hardware 101

Home networking is something we all have to deal with, but it can be confusing as heck. This week, we're going to turn you into a networking wizard, starting with getting to know the most important device on your network: More »

This Week's Most Popular Posts: August 13-19

DIY Portable Shower Keeps You Feeling Clean, No Running Water Necessary

If you need a small pick me up in the middle of the day but don't have an actual shower available, this frozen "shower to go" can get off some of the day's grime. More »

This Week's Most Popular Posts: August 13-19

Credit Card Payments, Missed Busses, and Old CDs

Readers offer their best tips for escaping late fees on your credit cards, jumping on the bus you just missed, and getting rid of old CDs.
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This Week's Most Popular Posts: August 13-19

Xkcd Password Generator Creates Long, Easy-to-Remember Passwords

Web comic xkcd notes that "through 20 years of effort, we've successfully trained everyone to use passwords that are hard for humans to remember, but easy for computers to guess." The comic above makes a compelling (if knowingly imperfect) argument for password length over obscurity, and in... More »

This Week's Most Popular Posts: August 13-19

Why I Switched My Office Chair with an Exercise Ball (and What It's Like)

Many of us spend the majority of our professional lives sitting, which makes the office chair an all-important piece of furniture. Lately mine hasn't been cutting it, so as an experiment, I swapped my chair with an exercise ball. More »

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