2012 February 28

Article’s I’ve Starred – Fix Your Photo’s Exposure Problems in Seconds With This Simple Trick [Video]

Despite our best efforts to take great photos, we can’t always control the light in our images. When you end up taking a picture with an uneven exposure, this little trick can fix the problem in just a few seconds. More » (from Lifehacker http://lifehacker.com/5889078/fix-your-photos-exposure-problems-in-seconds-with-this-simple-trick)

Article’s I’ve Starred – The Hidden Meaning Behind Phrases in Job Ads [Job Search]

Help wanted ads and job postings tend to use the same jargon, e.g., looking for “detail-oriented” “team players” who can work in a “fast-paced work environment.” Fortune Magazine suggests these buzzwords can clue you in to secrets about the potential employer. More » (from Lifehacker http://lifehacker.com/5889023/the-hidden-meaning-behind-phrases-in-job-ads)

Article’s I’ve Starred – Make a Quick, Simple Salad with a Potato Peeler [Clever Uses]

The potato peeler: This little kitchen tool can save you the hassle of slicing, dicing, and chopping stuff up for a delicious, healthy salad. Use it to evenly slice a carrot and shave red onion slices right into a bowl. More » (from Lifehacker http://lifehacker.com/5888992/make-a-quick-simple-salad-with-a-potato-peeler)

Article’s I’ve Starred – The Health Hazards of Using Mobile Devices (and What You Can Do About It) [Infographics]

Staring at screens for three hours (or more) a day or having our necks flexed down for extended periods of time while texting surely can’t be good for us. Just as a reminder, the “Are Mobile Devices Destroying Your Body?” infographic points out these and other health implications when using mobile devices and things we […]

Article’s I’ve Starred – How to Answer “What Is Your Greatest Weakness?” [Job Interviews]

The point at which your interviewer asks you to share your greatest weakness is the portion of a job interview that you dread most, and for good reason: Lame answers like “I’m a perfectionist” or “I care too much” are well-worn clichés, but how can you intelligently answer that question? Developer and blogger Ash Moran […]

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Article’s I’ve Starred – Build a TV Antenna from a Soda Can [DIY]

Even though they’re not expensive, it’s never fun to run out and purchase an over-the-air antenna. If you’re looking to patch one together on your own, Make user Rich Reynolds shows how to do it for less than $10 by attaching a soda can to a transformer. More » (from Lifehacker http://lifehacker.com/5888539/build-a-tv-antenna-from-a-soda-can)