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Report Suspicious Sites to Google Using This Chrome Extension

If you’ve used Chrome for any length of time, you’ve probably stumbled across its scary red interstitial—otherwise known as the Google Safe Browsing warning. If you’re attempting to pull up a site that looks problematic, like a malware host, Chrome will prevent you from doing so unless you do a little digging to …Read more… […]

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How to Screenshot Entire Web Pages Without a Chrome Extension

Chrome: Capturing screenshots is easy, whether you’re on Windows (hit the Print Screen button your keyboard) or Mac (Shift-Command-5). And while you can isolate down to just your active window using various keyboard commands or on-screen options, which makes it easier to snapshot whatever you’re doing, that’s still…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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The Weird Web Experiences to Try When You’re High

While I haven’t gotten high in a long, long time, I certainly recall the silly adventures I had when I did. This was back in college—way, way back in college—when all we had was Super Smash Bros. Melee, lava lamps, and racquetball to entertain ourselves when sampling various (terrible-tasting) edibles. Ah, simpler…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Prevent Procrastination With This Chrome Extension

I’ve found myself in a vicious cycle lately. Whenever I have free time to kill, I’ll typically rotate through the same, stale list of websites, sucking up whatever new content comes along to relieve me of my boredom. I’ll bounce between Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, and Gmail (and occasionally Slickdeals) in one…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Say ‘Happy New Year’ to Friends in Different Time Zones

It’s New Year’s Eve, and if you’re the kind of person who likes texting all of your friends when the clock hits midnight in their time zones (in addition to yours), that means you’re in for some mental math tonight. Those who are partying hard—or playing The Jackbox Party Pack, like I probably will be—probably […]

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1788-L announces debut EP, ‘SENTIENCE’ on mysterious AI-powered website

1788-L has been an enigma for some time now, emerging with stellar remixes marked by intense synths and unique designs. Having collaborated with REZZ on her upcoming album, Certain Kind Of Magic‘s “H E X” the mysterious producer has made quite a bit of noise in the bass world already. Recently, 1788-L launched an inexplicable AI-powered website that […]

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Turn Your Favorite Website Into a Desktop App

Windows, Mac: You probably have a few websites that you use all the time—perhaps a special CMS you need for work, a time-tracking site you use to track and bill hours for clients, or a web game you just can’t get enough of. If you’re tired of pulling up your browser each time you need […]

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Force Archive Websites to Pick up Webpages with This Handy Tool

Website archive services like the Internet Archive: Wayback Machine are incredibly useful for when you need to see old versions of sites—either for nostalgia or because you’re looking for a specific bit of information that has since been overwritten or deleted (like a story you wrote for a former employer, for…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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This Is Magic Leap’s First Headset

For months, cryptic teases and rampant rumors have indicated that Magic Leap was planning some sort of big reveal before the end of the year. And today, we finally got an overdue look at the mixed reality device that’s been years in the making. No, Magic Leap hasn’t shared the release date or the price, […]

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Repealing net neutrality is a major step backwards for musicians internet users [Editorial]

While controversy brews around net neutrality and what a potential repeal of the 2015 Open Internet Order could mean, it becomes easy to lose sight of the fundamental scenario at hand that led to the FCC to seriously consider the implementation of such a radical shift in the way Americans may experience the internet for […]

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Popular YouTube audio ripping website ‘youtube-mp3’ has been shut down

The world’s largest audio ripping site, youtube-mp3.org ,has been shut down after a consortium of labels including Warner Music Group, Sony Music, and UMG filed a lawsuit to shutter the site. Unsurprisingly, the ruling went in favor of the music labels, with the website ordered to pay a substantial settlement fee, as well as transfer its […]

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Aphex Twin teases new collaboration with NTS radio

Iconic English producer Aphex Twin has recently hinted at collaborating with online radio station NTS radio, after an inactive period of almost five months. An eerie website has recently made its way onto the internet, which features nothing more than a nearly unrecognizable animation of Aphex Twin’s iconic logo and a fluctuating number, possibly indicating […]

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Ableton launches site with free lessons for new producers

Digital audio workstations (DAWs) have completely changed the world of music making. Mastering and producing beats doesn’t require the sophisticated and astronomically expensive hardware it once did. German company Ableton helped to launch this revolution with its LIVE software series, offering a powerful, portable blend of digital tools and live input options that can create a track […]

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Send Your Ashes to Republicans Who Voted to Take Away Your Health Insurance

It would be funny, if it weren’t so damn sad. As a protest against the House Republican decision to pass a healthcare bill that will cause millions of people to lose their insurance, one programmer has set up a website that helps you mail your ashes to the ghouls responsible for your death.Read more… Continue […]

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Send Your Ashes to Republicans Who Voted to Take Away Your Health Insurance

It would be funny, if it weren’t so damn sad. As a protest against the House Republican decision to pass a healthcare bill that will cause millions of people to lose their insurance, one programmer has set up a website that helps you mail your ashes to the ghouls responsible for your death.Read more… Continue […]

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EPA Officially Removes Its Climate Change Sub-site

Well, it took 100 days but the EPA has finally removed the climate change section of its website. An agency spokesman explained that the information that has been collected on the page over the last 20 years posed a problem because it contradicted the administration’s denial of man-made climate change.Read more… Continue Reading at http://gizmodo.com

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