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Astronauts in Earth orbit experience up to a three percent increase in height as their spinal column, free from the pressure of Earth’s gravity, expands slightly. Naturally, once they return to Earth, the slight height gain vanishes soon thereafter.

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Astronauts in Earth orbit experience up to a three percent increase in height as their spinal column, free from the pressure of Earth’s gravity, expands slightly. Naturally, once they return to Earth, the slight height gain vanishes soon thereafter.

 
TODAY'S TOP STORY 10 YouTube Features You Should Be Using


YouTube has been around since 2005, and it’s one of the most visited websites in the world. Tons of features have been added to the YouTube website and apps over the years. We’ll share some you may not know about. Read More »

 
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STUFF WE LIKE Pick up an AeroPress and Make the Perfect Espresso at Home
Pick up an AeroPress and Make the Perfect Espresso at Home
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Want to get into the world of homemade espressos? Coffee tech can seem daunting, but it’s not that hard to get started! You can pick up the AeroPress and start making your own espressos in no time.

If you’re worried that you may not be able to make the type of coffee with the AeroPress, don’t be—you can look up a recipe for your favorite drink and tweak it however you need to make the perfect cup, every time.

 
Your Apple Watch Is Great for Taking Quick Voice Memos


The Apple Watch does so much that it’s easy to forget about some of the most basic functionality. This includes using the in-built microphone to not only take calls but also record voice memos, right on your wrist. Read More »

 
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Before you buy a Wi-Fi extender, give some serious consideration to fixing your Wi-Fi woes in a more effective manner. Read More »

 
The Best Gaming Laptops of 2022


Gaming laptops are the perfect combination of power and portability, allowing gamers to enjoy their favorite titles anywhere. If you’re looking to take gaming on the road or just don’t want a computer tower taking up space, check out these great and powerful laptops for a variety of budgets. Read More »

 
An All-Digital Future Is Bad News for Console Gamers, Here’s Why


Most consoles ship with a disc drive, and you can buy physical games, but digital games are becoming the norm. This could spell trouble for console gamer’s wallets, but there may be a few ways to avoid that future. Read More »

 
What to Do When Your iPhone Gets Wet


Modern iPhones can withstand a splash of water, but you shouldn’t rely on Apple’s water-resistant rating and take too many chances. Just follow a few simple steps to improve your device’s chances. Read More »

 
How to Investigate Kubernetes Container Issues With “Kubectl Debug”


It can be tricky to diagnose problems with running Kubernetes workloads. You might be lucky and find the cause in your application’s logs, via the kubectl logs command. In some cases there’s no avoiding a live debugging session though, where you interactively engage with your Pods to uncover issues. Read More »

 
What’s the Best grep Alternative on Windows?


Linux’s grep utility is a favorite among many sysadmins for its simple searching ability and familiar syntax. It’s not available on Windows however, so you’ll have to either use alternatives, or install third-party grep tools to emulate it. Read More »

 
How to Use grep Recursively Within Certain File Extensions


grep is a great tool for searching through files and standard input in Linux and is able to match string and Regex patterns. However, sometimes it’s necessary to control what kinds of files grep searches for, and it has flags built in to do just that. Read More »

 
The Best Horror Movies on Amazon Prime Video in 2022


Amazon Prime features a huge selection of horror movies across more than a century of cinema history. There’s everything from influential classics to recent releases. Here are the ten best horror movies to stream on Amazon Prime Video. Read More »

 
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Smartwatches Are Great, but a Luxury Smartwatch Is Pretty Dumb


The smartwatch market is vast, and those looking to add some intelligence to their wrist have plenty to choose from. Some luxury brands have released their own take on the smartwatch and attached a price tag to match. But is the concept of a “luxury smartwatch” actually pretty stupid? Read More »

 
How to Burn Any Video File to a Playable DVD


Streaming may be the most convenient way to watch most movies, but it doesn’t hurt to have a physical copy of your movies or home videos as a fallback. If you want to make a backup copy of your movie collection, or just burn a playable DVD of your own videos, it’s pretty easy — and free. Here’s how to burn videos to a playable disc on Windows and macOS. Read More »

 

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Google Duo’s Join Links Are Changing in Meet Takeover


Google announced last month that it was merging its two video call apps, Google Meet and Google Duo, and the transition officially started a few days ago. However, the switch does have at least one downside. Read More »

 

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How Much Cloud Storage Space Will You Really Use?


If you’re shopping for cloud storage, one of the big decisions you’ll make is how much of it to pay for. Starting at free plans for a few gigabytes to expensive subscriptions that offer several terabytes of storage space; you have a lot of choice. Read More »

 

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What Is Rosetta 2 on Mac?


If you have a Mac that uses Apple Silicon, you might have heard about Rosetta 2. It’s a critical part of macOS that enables compatibility with applications designed for Intel Macs. We’ll explain. Read More »

 
How to Make Windows Photo Viewer Your Default Image Viewer on Windows 11


Windows Photo Viewer was first released with Windows XP. Despite being ancient in software terms, it still holds up pretty well in Windows 11. If you want to keep using it, you can — it isn’t even hard. Here’s how you can enable Windows Photo Viewer. Read More »

 
 

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