If you want to just quickly jump to the new email compose screen, you usually have to jump into your email client and hit "compose." Digital Inspiration shares a tip that makes that process een faster, no matter what email client you use.
It's always been a suggestion that if you want to help with digestion (or just get over that bloat of eating way too much) that you take a quick walk around the block. As the New York Times points out, there's actually science to back up the benefits.
The guys over at iTweakiOS have release a pair of cracked carrier updates for AT&T and Sprint that promise to bring faster speeds and better overall signals to iPhone. The updates don't require a jailbreak, but you'll need an iPhone 4S or iPhone 5 to take advantage of them.
OS X: Sitting all day is no good for you, you know that, but when you're busy with work, it can be tough to remember to get up and move around from time to time. Rest, a new break timer for the Mac, will remind you to take those breaks that keep you productive and healthy without annoying you every time it goes off.
No one likes walking away from the car only to wonder if you locked the doors. It's even worse if your car's remote has terrible range, and you have to go all the way back to check. This trick can fix that—all you have to do is pop the case on the remote, extend the antenna, and you're good to go.
If you're the type who loves to use their grill for just about everything, and you've wanted to try your hand at roasting your own coffee beans, the folks at The Art of Manliness have a great guide to roasting your own beans on a gas grill, using nothing but a little time, some heat, and a hand-cranked popcorn popper.
It's Friday. That means it's time to share what you know, ask what you don't, and generally partake in some conversation. Right here, right now!
Credit scoring can be pretty dense and difficult to understand, especially when that little number can play a significant role in your financial life. Thankfully this infographic from the folks at Credit Sesame explains the different types of scores and debunks some commonly-held credit score myths.