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Apr 17, 2015

How to: Take Better Hiking and Camping Photos with Your Smartphone

You know the experience. You trek off to some great view, or deep lush forest, or vast scenic view, grab your phone and say, "I just have to get a picture of this." You snap a shot or two, and look at the screen, and it looks absolutely nothing like where you're standing.

Yep, us too.    … read more

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Apr 17, 2015

A Man's Guide to Everyday Etiquette (It's Free)

created at: 04/17/2015

We're not ones to harp on the supposed decline of social masculinity. Manhood exists as long as there are men around to claim it. But we do still have social expectations of MEN as opposed to GUYS, many of which have fallen to the wayside of tradition.… read more

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Apr 17, 2015

How to: Create Your Own Easy Homemade Bacon

created at: 04/17/2015

With all of its magical texture and immensely satisfying combo of flavors, it's easy to think that bacon is made of nothing but little fairy tickles and stuff on the other side of rainbows. But the ingredients list is amazing simple, and the technique pretty basic.

All of which means, of course, that you can make it at… read more

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Apr 16, 2015

The 25 Essential Jazz Records Every Man Should Know

created at: 04/16/2015

You've built the bookshelf, covered it with great books, but it needs a little something more. Some classic records perhaps? Why not treat yourself to this essential guide to the greatest collection of jazz albums in the history of recorded time – barread more

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Apr 16, 2015

April Showers Don't Have To Mean Soggy Shirts: Your Guide to the Ultimate Spring Jacket

Wet JacketEven as spring starts to bloom, there's still a bit of rain left in the sky. Grab a jacket that can hold up to the weather without letting you down. Here are a few things to look for in your spring shell.  … read more

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Apr 15, 2015

15 Words To Deepen Your Vocabulary

 

created at: 04/15/2015

Words have the power to move people, to motivate and inspire beyond the daily drag of life. I've been journaling life a bit more lately and I find myself loving the dim corners of the English language. Here are few of my favorite… read more

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Apr 15, 2015

A Complete Toolbox Set Hand Crafted Entirely from Paper

A stylished-yet-realistic set of tools, made by hand from paper? What's not to… read more

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Apr 15, 2015

How To: Give An Old Chair New Life

created at: 04/15/2015

I finally took the time to repair an old chair that was described as "the most uncomfortable chair I've ever sat in," more than once. Here's what I did to bring new life to my old… read more

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Apr 14, 2015

The Every Man's Guide to Jazz

created at: 04/14/2015

Part of being a good man is about continually expanding your horizons and having a sense of the things you like and the things you don't. That's why we're kicking off a new Everyman's Guide to some of the things about which we think every man ought to have a knowledge and opinion. And we're starting out with the great American genre ofread more

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Apr 14, 2015

How to: Make Your Own [Working] Apple II Watch

Faithfully imagined as an anarchistic time piece that never was, Aleator777 of Instructables.com walks you through his design process in creating a working Apple Watch of his own with basic functions that resembled the classic Apple II. Just a little 3D printing and a computer chip...   … read more

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Apr 14, 2015

Weekend Recipe: Homemade New York Steak Poutine

Steak PoutineLooking for something to make this Friday (or Tuesday) night special? If you haven't experienced the delectable goodness that is steak poutine, stop everything and make it happen. This rich appetizer is the perfect finger food to get the party started.  … read more

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Apr 13, 2015

How to: Give Your Photos a Vintage Tintype Effect

DIY Tintype Photos
There's a certain cool factor that comes from a grungy, well-worn photograph. Last year, the tintype made a short resurgence when photographer, Victoria Will shot celebrities at the Sundance Film Festival with an antique tintype camera. I have always wanted to have a tintype photo of my wife and I, but unfortunately, I don't own such a contraption. So we're going to have to make do with technology that costs ten times more than the tintype camera ever did. Oh the irony!

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Apr 13, 2015

25 Camping Recipes to Blow Your Mind

created at: 04/13/2015

Easy living should mean easy (and GOOD) cooking. Get ready to burn past the campfire staples of hot dogs and canned beans to some truly knockout recipes that are hearty and delicious. Seriously, I'm probably going to cook some of these at home this weekend.… read more

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Apr 13, 2015

How to: Iron a Shirt in 90 Seconds

The debate: is this shirt on the hanger wrinkled enough that it's worth busting out the iron, or can I get away with it and just move a lot so the creases fall out.

The answer: you can iron that shirt in, literally, a minute and a half. Less time than it would take to let the iron heat up in the first… read more

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Apr 09, 2015

How To: Make the Perfect Homemade Salsa

created at: 04/16/2013

Though it's the way most of us consume them, salsas are not just for chips. That limitation is a shame, because these Mexican table sauces can be so much more than watery blend of canned tomatoes and vinegar intended for scoping. I was born in Mexico, so fresh, bright and bold salsas are close to my heart. 

created at: 04/24/2013

So, join me on a virtual south-of-the-border trip, and learn the basic techniques of making the perfect homemade… read more

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Apr 09, 2015

A Brief History of Gin

created at: 04/09/2015

Whether you like yours mixed with a splash of tonic, some soda and lemon, or stirred with vermouth and a twist, we can all agree: gin is indeed the spirit of spring. And throughout its history, its been proposed to cure everything from the black plague to… read more

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Apr 09, 2015

How to: Make Your Own DIY Twig Pencils

created at: 04/09/2015

This simple twig pencil project is a great way to add a little rustic, outdoor charm to your office or workspace. Or, it could make a great spring project to do with kids, and a smart way to reuse all the fallen branches and tree limbs that come along with these April… read more

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Apr 09, 2015

NASA Posts Fair-Use Deep Space Recordings

NASA LaunchTax season can be a bummer. But now you can get every cent of your tax dollars by listening to NASA's new library of deep space recordings that you can use and/or remix however you like. You can listen to a lightening storm on Jupiter. A LIGHTNING STORM ON JUPITER! 

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Apr 08, 2015

How to: Make a Modern, Space-Saving Vertical Vegetable Garden

created at: 04/08/2015

This modern, modular garden project works well in any space. Because it uses wood containers, you don't have to worry about the quality of your existing soil, and they can sit on any surface: grass, concrete, gravel or even a wooden deck. The garden's vertical orientation lets you grow a whole bunch of veggies, herbs, and flowers in a tiny… read more

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Apr 08, 2015

Impress Your Date and Make This Tasty Treat: Earl Grey Brulee

Earl Grey Brulee

Dessert is one our favorite parts of dinner, and this exceptional Brûlée recipe is the perfect end to a great… read more

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