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Home Electrical Projects You Can Totally Handle Yourself

Tackling electrical projects around the house can sound daunting if you’ve never tackled one before. But just because the job involves some wires, that doesn’t mean you need to call in the pros. Here are eight common electrical repairs and replacements that you can totally do yourself. No prior experience necessary.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Home Electrical Projects You Can Totally Handle Yourself

Tackling electrical projects around the house can sound daunting if you’ve never tackled one before. But just because the job involves some wires, that doesn’t mean you need to call in the pros. Here are eight common electrical repairs and replacements that you can totally do yourself. No prior experience necessary.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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The Week In Games: Eat Some Brains All Over Again

The loveable (and a bit decayed) Stubbs the zombie returns in… Stubs The Zombie, a remastered port of the cult classic game releasing later this week on Xbox One, PS4, Switch, and PC.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Wednesday’s Best Deals: Nintendo eShop Gift Cards, PS5 DualSense Controller, LEGO Architecture Sets, Oculus Quest, Clinique Dewy for Days, Caliper CBD Powder, and More

Nintendo gift cards and the PS5 DualSense lead Wednesday’s best deals.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Don’t Miss Bravely Default 2’s Excellent Card Game

Like every massive RPG, Bravely Default 2 features a game within the game. It’s called Bind & Divide, or B&D (yes, yes, like the game). It’s a compelling card game you don’t want to miss, but you could easily roll the credits without ever playing a round.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Razer’s Huntsman V2 Is That Rarest Of Beasts: An Analog Keyboard

Most mechanical keyboard switches have two states, on or off. The switches inside Razer’s new $250 Huntsman V2 Analog keyboard sense degrees of motion, allowing users to set their own actuation depth, apply degrees of pressure like with an analog joystick, or even have one key perform multiple functions depending on…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Razer’s Huntsman V2 Is That Rarest Of Beasts: An Analog Keyboard

Most mechanical keyboard switches have two states, on or off. The switches inside Razer’s new $250 Huntsman V2 Analog keyboard sense degrees of motion, allowing users to set their own actuation depth, apply degrees of pressure like with an analog joystick, or even have one key perform multiple functions depending on…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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‘Secret Shop’ a Job Before Your Interview

Perhaps the most frightening thing about starting a new job is not knowing whether you made the right decision. You could, for example, be baited and switched by an employer who lured you into a position with false promises, or suddenly feel pangs of buyer’s remorse once you realize that your old job offered a…Read […]

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My New Exercise Regimen Is A Plastic Taiko Drum Controller

Stuck in bed most days due to an ongoing medical condition and paralyzed from the chest down, I don’t have a lot of options for cardio exercise. Hand bikes, weights, and tension bands are boring. You know what’s not boring? Beating the hell out of Hori’s drum controller for Bandai Namco’s Taiko No Tatsujin games. […]

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Carto’s Cozy Puzzles Are Just Tough Enough

Ask people which superpower they’d want, and you’ll likely hear the same answers. Flight. Super-strength. Invisibility. You’re less likely to hear about the unusual ones—say, the ability to literally reshape the planet to fit your needs. Such an ability is the crux of Carto, a cozy adventure game that grants you…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Nintendo Of America President Calls Artificial Purchase-By Deadlines A ‘Celebration’

Nintendo of America President Doug Bowser was asked during a recent interview why some popular Nintendo games are only being sold for a limited time. His answer? “[T]his is a celebration.”Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Nintendo Of America President Calls Artificial Purchase-By Deadlines A ‘Celebration’

Nintendo of America President Doug Bowser was asked during a recent interview why some popular Nintendo games are only being sold for a limited time. His answer? “[T]his is a celebration.”Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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