Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for October, 2014

Smigin Lets You Build and Learn Useful Phrases In Different Languages

iOS: If you’re traveling internationally—or want to make simple conversation with a non-English speaker—the Smigin app on iOS lets you build phrases quickly, gives you native pronunciation, and lets you save important phrases as favorites to use later on.

Read more…



from Lifehacker http://ift.tt/1wPDf1t

Advertisements

Read Full Post »

http://ift.tt/1wP2diA

We sometimes get in the habit of using psychological terms to describe different people, but there’s a good chance you’re using these words incorrectly. This video explains what the terms psycho, OCD, schizo, and bipolar really mean, and why you may not want to use them to describe someone.

Read more…



from Lifehacker http://ift.tt/10brQx7

Read Full Post »

See How Much Candy You or Your Kids Should Eat with This Calculator

With the amount of candy around right now you may want to know how much sugar you or your kid can have without going overboard. This simple calculator determines a reasonable amount of candy to consume based on age, sex, and activity level.

Read more…



from Lifehacker http://ift.tt/1DDZJ6X

Read Full Post »

Craft a Better Presentation with Zombie Apocalypse Principles

We’ve all daydreamed about how we’d react if the undead began rise from their graves and the zombie apocalypse commenced. It would take quick thinking, careful planning, and grace under pressure. Oddly enough, these are the same principles it takes to craft an effective presentation.

Read more…



from Lifehacker http://ift.tt/10belxg

Read Full Post »

Reboot Your iPhone Before Being Detained by Police to Disable Touch ID

The Virginia Circuit Court ruled this week that you don’t have to give up your passcode to police if you’re detained. That’s great news, but apparently fingerprints are a different story, so if you have Touch ID enabled, you could still be forced to unlock your phone.

Read more…



from Lifehacker http://ift.tt/1qac38T

Read Full Post »

Wavemon Monitors Your Raspberry Pi's Wi-Fi from the Command Line

If you’re running your Raspberry Pi in headless mode, it’s difficult to troubleshoot Wi-Fi problems. Raspberry Pi Spy points to Wavemon, a Linux utility that also happens to work great on the Raspberry Pi in the command line.

Read more…



from Lifehacker http://ift.tt/1tp48JY

Read Full Post »

http://ift.tt/1wNE4XI

Android: You’re grooving to music on your device and suddenly there’s a quick pause—every time you get an email, text message, or other notifications. Don’t Pause! prevents these annoying interruptions.

Read more…



from Lifehacker http://ift.tt/13pkJmP

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »