Build These Papercraft Models of Classic Computers

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There are lots of ways to pass the time right now. You could read more books. Watch more TV. Take longer family walks after dinner. Or—or—you could build paper models of the computers you grew up with so your kids can see (and appreciate, dammit!) how far technology has come and how lucky they are, what with their…

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This $7 Corkscrew Is The Perfect Housewarming Gift

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I have very specific preferences when it comes to kitchen tools — my pots and pans must be stainless (I’m sure nonstick technology has improved and the coatings will no longer give you cancer, but you can never be too sure.. right?) my spatulas rubber, my spoons wooden, and my corkscrews waiter-style.

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8 Things We Saw at CES That You Can Actually Buy (and Afford) Now

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Every year, hundreds of thousands of people swarm the sweaty Las Vegas Convention Center to see absurd new technology, from $60,000 rollable TVs to robots that teach you how to love, much of which isn’t even be available for public purchase.

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Your Kid’s School Is Probably Collecting Tons of Data on Them

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We’re living in a time when cyber-bulling, self-harm, suicide and school shootings are all things that parents and educators need to worry about. And as technology became more prevalent in the classroom, an obvious solution was born—monitor what our kids are searching, reading, viewing and writing to look for red…

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Teach Your Kids About the World With This Animated Series

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If your kid has a wide range of interests—and a short attention span—they’ll probably be into Triviatopia, a series of educational animated videos on YouTube about everything from science, history and art to technology and the environment.

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