How to Declutter Your Facebook News Feed Once and For All

When was the last time you looked at your Facebook feed and actually liked everything you saw? For all of Facebook's fancy algorithms, it can never create the perfect feed for you. Here's how to declutter that feed once and for all and only see the stuff you care about. » 10/22/13 11:39am 10/22/13 11:39am

Improve Your Facebook News Feed in Minutes with the "Organize" Tool

Facebook has an awful lot of noise, especially if you're "friends" with people you don't really care about. If you want to clean up your News Feed, Facebook actually has a handy tool to help you do just that. » 8/28/13 6:23pm 8/28/13 6:23pm

Grid Has The Organization Of A Spreadsheet Without Those Pesky Number

I've definitely used Excel for some wordy stuff. It's not blasphemous exactly, but making charts full of apartment listings, square footage, amenity notes, broker e-mail addresses, and links to photos doesn't really make use of Excel's formula wielding, number crunching prowess. But a former Excel developer who knows… » 8/04/13 1:01pm 8/04/13 1:01pm

The Wildly Functional Studio of Video Wizard Casey Neistat: Part III

For the final leg of our tour, Neistat brings us into his studio within a studio, where work and play collide. From a old-timey fire extinguisher, to a foldaway speed-bag, the miscellany extends from floor to ceiling, reflecting the same personality that comes across in Neistat's movies. » 6/21/13 3:19pm 6/21/13 3:19pm

Hallucinating Robots Make the Best Interior Designers

We humans are already kind of afraid of robots, so here's a good idea: what if we make them trip balls and hallucinate imaginary people everywhere? Seems like it would drive them to madness and make them turn on us even faster, but researchers at Cornell University's Robot Learning Lab think it will make them better at … » 6/24/12 12:00pm 6/24/12 12:00pm