In the Android vs iOS debate, Android often gets major points for its openness and flexibility—there’s plenty the Android platform lets users do that iOS doesn’t, and even the most basic, out-of-the-box Android devices can be tweaked and customized to your liking. Enthusiasts want more than just tweaking system…
- Shep McAllister on Kinja Deals, shared by Tercius to Lifehacker
Wi-Fi range extenders aren’t a networking cure-all, but if there’s one spot in your house with spotty coverage, they can be a much cheaper solution than buying a new router. So at an all-time low $15, why not give this one a try? Just clip the on-page coupon to get the deal at checkout.
- Meghan Moravcik Walbert on Offspring, shared by Meghan Moravcik Walbert to Lifehacker
Parents learn pretty early on that overreacting to a child’s negative experience can make things worse. That’s why when they fall and skin their knee as toddlers, we keep the expression on our faces neutral and say, “It’s okay! You’re okay!” We are their barometer for how bad things are, and when they see that we’re…
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Mosquitoes love some of us more than others. I figure I’m one of the more appetizing humans; I get a lot of bites if I’m not wearing bug spray, and when I was pregnant I got tons. It turns out there are a few reasons why.
- Michelle Woo on Offspring, shared by Michelle Woo to Lifehacker
Sometimes, I come across parenting advice that makes me uncomfortable, and that’s because I feel exposed. This happened when I read a Tumblr post by an author who goes by Olofa. The title: “Do not punish the behavior you want to see.”