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Improve Your Health and Posture with Simple Changes and Exercises
If you’re like most geeks – including myself – you spend a lot of time at your computer. Probably too much time. Ergonomics isn’t just some fancy catch word that a consultants use to try and get a few extra dollars out of office managers: it’s important, and when I stumbled onto this infographic over […]
How to Fix a Separated Zipper
The time will come for all of us sooner or later. You’ll catch yourself putting on a jacket – maybe headed out to see some friends or leaving the office for the day, and your zipper will separate. It just won’t work. If you’re really unlucky, that separated zipper will be your pants zipper, and […]
How Not to Screw Up Roast Chicken
Now I love roast chicken. A lot. It’s easy, it’s flavorful, it’s so simple to make and so delicious when it comes out right…but here’s the catch; it’s also really easy to screw up. A lot of people simply don’t bother with roast chicken and go to their local grocery store or rotisserie to pick […]
Cinco de Mayo: How to Make Anything Taste Mexican
Cinco de Mayo is tomorrow, and if you’re planning to celebrate, why not take it step beyond guzzling a bottle of cheap, nasty tequila, passing out in your foyer, and dragging yourself to work on Friday with a horrible hangover? Do something classy and geeky, and whip up a delicious meal with some Mexican flare. […]
How to Perfect Your French Press Technique
I’ve mentioned before in several of my old Stalking the WIld Bean columns (which I really ought to get back to doing!) that I’m a huge fan of the French Press as a method to prepare coffee. There are lots of ways to use a French Press, but not all of them produce great coffee, […]
Are Games Like World of Warcraft the Future of Online Dating?
You know, when I saw this headline, I was pretty skeptical: I assumed it was another linkbait-type fluff piece that was designed to capitalize on the fact that millions of people play World of Warcraft and millions more know about the game and have automatic assumptions about the types of people who play it (few […]
29 Ways to Stay Creative
One of the best things about writing for Lifehacker these days is that I have the ability to write about some really great topics. After all, I started The Classy Geek because I wanted to build a site that was inspired by Lifehacker, but with a bit of a personal twist to the geeky and […]
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