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Improve Reading Comprehension With These New Google Doc Fonts

When you’re writing documents, consider that your readers might have difficulty comprehending whatever it is you’ve typed up—an issue that affect as much as 70 percent of the regular population. You aren’t a bad writer; it might just be your font choice. Google Docs now support the “Lexend” family of …

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Cute pool floats that make every day a party

Float in style. (William Rouse via Unsplash/) Very few things combine practicality, entertainment, and self-expression quite like a pool float. Stripped to their essence, they’re a distant cousin of the foam life preserver that used to adorn the side of ships. You don’t need a giant flamingo to keep you …

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NASCAR may be the fastest road to learning about physics

The laws of physics are on display at the Daytona International Speedway. (Action Sports Photography/Shutterstock.com/) There’s just something thrilling about traveling at high speeds. Throughout history people have always pushed themselves to go faster, whether on foot, on horseback, on a boat, or on a bicycle. Nearly every weekend, today’s …

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Five CBD-infused products for Cannabidiol newbies

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Stellar telescopes for your space-loving kids

With a small tripod, carrying case, and viewfinder scope, this lightweight telescope simply constructed and easily assembled. It’s just right for kids to learn how to use lenses to see features of the night sky—like craters on the moon—in way greater detail. Vialifehacker

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The best ways to wind down using tech

Desperately need to relax? Technology can help. The sand and water are optional. (Simon Rae via Unsplash/) Whether it’s endlessly scrolling through Twitter or binge-watching Netflix, technology is often to blame for keeping us up way too late. But our gadgets don’t have to be the culprits behind a bad …

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