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    • Sausage, Sage, and Cornbread Stuffing
      Thanksgiving stuffing with toasted cornbread, sausage, and sage is a great gluten-free side dish for Thanksgiving. Plus, you can make it ahead! Continue reading "Sausage, Sage, and Cornbread Stuffing" » ... Read more »
    • Apple Cider Chicken Thighs with Sweet Potatoes
      Want a perfect fall weeknight meal? These Apple Cider Chicken Thighs are it. Simmered in the oven with sweet potatoes and onions, it's a one-pot skillet dinner that'll fill you up without stressing you out. Continue reading "Apple Cider Chicken Thighs with Sweet Potatoes" » ... Read more »
    • How To Make French Crêpes
      Homemade French crêpes are so much fun and surprisingly easy to make using a simple blender batter and a nonstick skillet. They can go sweet or savory, depending on your preference! Continue reading "How To Make French Crêpes" » ... Read more »
    • Toni Tipton-Martin’s Classic Jambalaya
      Here's a classic Southern jambalaya recipe based on historical versions of the recipe. It comes from Toni Tipton-Martin's cookbook Jubilee, which celebrates 200 years of African American cooking! Continue reading "Toni Tipton-Martin’s Classic Jambalaya" » ... Read more »
    • 5 Ways to Gussy Up a Jar of Pasta Sauce
      While we love making homemade sauce, there's no shame in the jarred pasta sauce game! Jarred sauce has saved many weeknight meals, and today we're sharing our top five favorite tips on how to dress it up! Continue reading "5 Ways to Gussy Up a Jar of Pasta Sauce"... Read more »
    • Instant Pot Chicken Soup
      Make quick chicken soup in the pressure cooker! This classic recipe is made with whole chicken (or chicken pieces), carrots, onions, and celery, and it's ready in 60 minutes. Just add noodles for chicken noodle soup! Continue reading "Instant Pot Chicken Soup" » ... Read more »
    • Our Favorite Jarred Tomato Sauce
      Overwhelmed with the sheer number of pasta sauces at the grocery store? Wondering which one is truly the best? The Simply team has you covered! We tested some of the top brands, and we're excited to share our favorites with you! Continue reading "Our Favorite Jarred Tomato Sauce" »... Read more »
    • Banana Cream Pie
      This Banana Cream Pie is made extra special with sliced bananas layered between easy-to-make homemade pudding dotted with specks of vanilla! Whipped cream swirls and more bananas take this cream pie over the top delicious! Continue reading "Banana Cream Pie" » ... Read more »
    • Crispy Hasselback Potatoes
      Vertical slicing and an extra-long roast in the oven make these potatoes both beautiful and delicious. Look at all those crispy edges! Continue reading "Crispy Hasselback Potatoes" » ... Read more »
    • Cheesy Spaghetti Squash Casserole
      This Cheesy Spaghetti Squash Casserole is loaded with cheese, fresh sage, and roasted red peppers. This vegetarian casserole makes a rich, decadent main dish or the perfect vegetarian holiday side. Continue reading "Cheesy Spaghetti Squash Casserole" » ... Read more »

      Boing Boing

    • Divers retrieve hundreds of bottles of booze from a World War I shipwreck
      In 1917, Swedish steamer ship Kyros was traveling from France to Russia when a German U-boat sunk it in the Baltic Sea. The shipwreck was discovered in 1999 but it wasn't until the last month that a team of divers from Ocean X and iXplorer have hauled up the... Read more »
    • Absorb best-selling books in minutes with this reading app
      Knowledge is power. It's a cliché, but sometimes things turn into a cliché because they're true. If you're making your way through the world of business and entrepreneurship, it only makes sense to read about the insights of people who have climbed that ladder before you. Trouble is, the modern... Read more »
    • Interview with Errol Morris about his new Steve Bannon Documentary
      Nick Gillespie of Reason interviewed filmmaker Errol Morris about American Dharma, his new documentary about Steve Bannon. I'm looking forward to seeing it. When Errol Morris debuted American Dharma, his documentary about Stephen Bannon, last year at the Venice Film Festival, he received an ovation. But after early reviewers... Read more »
    • alt.interoperability.adversarial
      Today, we are told that the bigness of Big Tech giants was inevitable: the result of "network effects." For example, once everyone you want to talk to is on Facebook, you can't be convinced to use another, superior service, because all the people you'd use that service to talk to... Read more »
    • How to survive solitary confinement
      I highly recommend McKinley Valentine's email newsletter, The Whippet. In each issue she presents interesting ideas, art, videos, and articles. Here's an item from the latest issue (#85): How to survive solitary confinement I like to read things like this, keep it in my pocket, so I worry less... Read more »
    • The Life Cycle podcast meets neurologist Dr. Phil Kennedy, who had a brain-computer interface implanted in his head
      In Episode 5 of this podcast on the future of humanity, co-host Eva Kelley travels to meet transhumanist pioneer and neurologist Dr. Phil Kennedy, who recently had a brain-computer interface installed in his own head. Dr. Kennedy tells Eva all about that experience (including gory footage from the operation),... Read more »
    • A "leopard print" shirt that made up of tiled portraits of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
      Infuriate your racist Facebook uncle this Thanksgiving with a Leopard RBG shirt. ... Read more »
    • OXO good grips deep clean brush set
      Toothbrushes might seem like a good idea for scrubbing small areas, but they are not angled properly for the job and they wear out fast. The OXO good grips deep clean brush set ($5.99 on Amazon) has two brushes and a wiper blade designed for cleaning tile grout and other... Read more »
    • A woman's stalker compromised her car's app, giving him the ability to track and immobilize it
      An Australian woman's creepy, violent ex-boyfriend hacked her phone using stalkerware, then used that, along with her car's VIN number, to hack the remote control app for her car (possibly Landrover's Incontrol app), which allowed him to track her location, stop and start her car, and adjust the car's... Read more »
    • Fox News: Today's impeachment testimony was "very damaging to the President"
      Chris Wallace of Fox News was impressed with Ambassador William Taylor's testimony in today's impeachment hearings: "William Taylor was a very impressive witness and was very damaging to the president. First of all, as you pointed out, he took very copious notes at almost every conversation... I think very... Read more »

      Boing Boing

    • Divers retrieve hundreds of bottles of booze from a World War I shipwreck
      In 1917, Swedish steamer ship Kyros was traveling from France to Russia when a German U-boat sunk it in the Baltic Sea. The shipwreck was discovered in 1999 but it wasn't until the last month that a team of divers from Ocean X and iXplorer have hauled up the... Read more »
    • Absorb best-selling books in minutes with this reading app
      Knowledge is power. It's a cliché, but sometimes things turn into a cliché because they're true. If you're making your way through the world of business and entrepreneurship, it only makes sense to read about the insights of people who have climbed that ladder before you. Trouble is, the modern... Read more »
    • Interview with Errol Morris about his new Steve Bannon Documentary
      Nick Gillespie of Reason interviewed filmmaker Errol Morris about American Dharma, his new documentary about Steve Bannon. I'm looking forward to seeing it. When Errol Morris debuted American Dharma, his documentary about Stephen Bannon, last year at the Venice Film Festival, he received an ovation. But after early reviewers... Read more »
    • alt.interoperability.adversarial
      Today, we are told that the bigness of Big Tech giants was inevitable: the result of "network effects." For example, once everyone you want to talk to is on Facebook, you can't be convinced to use another, superior service, because all the people you'd use that service to talk to... Read more »
    • How to survive solitary confinement
      I highly recommend McKinley Valentine's email newsletter, The Whippet. In each issue she presents interesting ideas, art, videos, and articles. Here's an item from the latest issue (#85): How to survive solitary confinement I like to read things like this, keep it in my pocket, so I worry less... Read more »
    • The Life Cycle podcast meets neurologist Dr. Phil Kennedy, who had a brain-computer interface implanted in his head
      In Episode 5 of this podcast on the future of humanity, co-host Eva Kelley travels to meet transhumanist pioneer and neurologist Dr. Phil Kennedy, who recently had a brain-computer interface installed in his own head. Dr. Kennedy tells Eva all about that experience (including gory footage from the operation),... Read more »
    • A "leopard print" shirt that made up of tiled portraits of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
      Infuriate your racist Facebook uncle this Thanksgiving with a Leopard RBG shirt. ... Read more »
    • OXO good grips deep clean brush set
      Toothbrushes might seem like a good idea for scrubbing small areas, but they are not angled properly for the job and they wear out fast. The OXO good grips deep clean brush set ($5.99 on Amazon) has two brushes and a wiper blade designed for cleaning tile grout and other... Read more »
    • A woman's stalker compromised her car's app, giving him the ability to track and immobilize it
      An Australian woman's creepy, violent ex-boyfriend hacked her phone using stalkerware, then used that, along with her car's VIN number, to hack the remote control app for her car (possibly Landrover's Incontrol app), which allowed him to track her location, stop and start her car, and adjust the car's... Read more »
    • Fox News: Today's impeachment testimony was "very damaging to the President"
      Chris Wallace of Fox News was impressed with Ambassador William Taylor's testimony in today's impeachment hearings: "William Taylor was a very impressive witness and was very damaging to the president. First of all, as you pointed out, he took very copious notes at almost every conversation... I think very... Read more »

      ReadWrite

    • 7 Critical Time Management Skills to Boost Your Productivity
      We all want to be more productive and improve our time management skills. Unfortunately, while time management is simple in theory, it’s not always an easy concept to put into practice. It takes knowledge, effort, and discipline. Here are seven critical time management skills to boost your productivity. We... Read more »
    • Keep Your Online Deliveries Safe from Porch Pirates with the Danby Parcel Guard
      Almost everyone knows someone who’s had an online order stolen from their front porch — it’s a risk you take when you shop online. If all the videos of porch pirates going viral have taught us anything, it’s that no on’s online orders are safe. Danby Appliances recognized the fact... Read more »
    • Where Live Video Fits into Your Marketing Strategy
      Live video is a hugely powerful marketing tool. It combines visual imagery with a unique form of urgency, two-way communication, and an appearance on popular social media channels. But like any marketing tool, it shouldn’t stand alone. Live video has to be worked into an overall marketing... Read more »
    • WordPress for Enterprise – How This Open-source Platform Delivers Measurable Benefits
      Despite multiple website building tools available, more and more enterprises are moving their website or blog section to WordPress. According to WordPress.org’s own statistics, 60 million websites around the world now rely on their platform. That accounts for nearly 34 percent of all websites and blogs.  And, the number continues... Read more »
    • NatureBox: Forging a New Genre of Wellness
      The NatureBox headquarters, a dash from downtown Redwood City, is in an airy building with natural light streaming through floor-to-ceiling windows bordering the street. This would be an ideal setting for an automobile showroom (historically, it was) but now it’s lined with standing desks, couches, whiteboards, a large external air... Read more »
    • Interview with Business Leader and CEO, Rana Gujral
      This week’s How to CEO podcast gave me the opportunity to talk to a sought-after entrepreneur, business leader, and CEO, Rana Gujral. Rana started his career in a corporate environment, where he built hardware, software, “and everything in the middle.” He soon had an opportunity to lead the successful turnaround... Read more »
    • Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Service Agreements
      The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation is the most significant advance in data privacy in history, but little about the actual end-user experience of data privacy has changed. Here’s why tech companies need simpler terms of service agreements. Terms of service agreements are too long and too complicated for... Read more »
    • Will Development Eventually Make Itself Obsolete?
      Nearly a decade has passed since renowned venture capitalist Marc Andreessen famously declared that “software is eating the world.” The subsequent years have proven his observation was a prescient one, and the software developers driving this phenomenon have risen to the top of the proverbial food chain. Now, however, it’s becoming increasingly... Read more »
    • Why the Gig Economy is Coming for Architects, Engineers
      It’s official: The gig economy is coming to construction. While other industries have been quick to adapt to freelance employment, architects and engineers within the construction sector have lagged behind — and that is beginning to change. Here’s why the gig economy is coming for architects and engineers. The... Read more »
    • How to Use Behavioral Data to Inform Marketing Decisions
      If someone you’ve never met before, hands you their phone, and asks you to detect as much as possible about them simply from the contents of their phone, could you do it? Chances are, you’d be able to tell quite a lot about that person without even having to scroll... Read more »