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Dazzling, talented stars aren't the only ones who have a chance to win big on Feb. 26 at the Oscars. Predict who you think will take home statuettes, and if you are on the money, you could win a fabulous iPad 2 16GB Wi-Fi and a gorgeous Prada case!
It's easy to enter:
Step 1: Create or log in to your PopSugar account. To become a member, register now for free. (You need to be logged in before you fill out the ballot).
Step 2: Click here to fill out your predictions and submit your ballot. Keep your fingers crossed on Feb. 26, because if you predict the highest number of Oscar winners, you could take away a gorgeous iPad 2 and Prada case!
Pretty easy, huh? Let's see if you've got what it takes to make the most accurate Oscar predictions!
To see the official rules, click here.
If you were to stop and go through the quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies weighing down your purse or cluttering up your car cup holder, how much do you think you'd collect? $10? $25? Well, according to the experts at Coinstar, the average amount cashed in for eCertificates and/or gift cards at their coin kiosks is a whopping $56 — twice as much as people think they have. Talk about a nice, unexpected chunk of change as we head into the holiday season (especially since so many of us go over budget on holiday shopping!).
Our advice to you: make every coin count! Take a few minutes to grab all the spare change "jingle-belling" in your purses, pockets, car, and desk drawers, then hit your local Coinstar kiosk, where you can turn the contents of your coin jar into cash or no-fee eCertificates from popular brands, including Amazon, iTunes, Gap, and Starbucks. Click here to find the Coinstar kiosk closest to you.
Now that you know there might be more change lying around than you think, what would you do with those extra pennies this holiday?
Previously, your web history (Google searches and sites visited) has been separated from other Google products because it can reveal sensitive info like location, age, sexual orientation, marital status, and more, but after the changes take effect, your web history will be used to help make your Google experience more relevant. If you'd rather not have your web search history combined with information gathered from other products like Google+, YouTube, and so on, you'll want to delete your web history posthaste. Take note that this is different than just clearing your browser's history and cache — if you're signed into any Google product (Search, Gmail, Google+, etc.), Google will track your search data within its database.
Find out how to clear your Google search history with the step-by-step instructions in the gallery, and since we're talking about privacy, you should also read up what the new Online Consumer Bill of Rights means for you.
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There's only one week left! Your very last chance to win the final two prizes: an HP Pavilion dv6t laptop to the OnSugar blogger who receives the most reblogs on their own blog, or an extraordinary HP Envy14 Spectre and an external drive to the blogger who inspires us the most!We've been posting a new question each day to get you thinking. Feel free to play along or, if you are already writing about your passions, just tag your posts LoveWriteWin. Spam will not be considered valid entries, so make sure you're creating legitimate, well-crafted posts. Read the official rules and then get writing! Read on for a guide to entering.
You may know Morgan Spurlock from his french fry-eating documentary called Super Size Me, but he's turning his vision to geeks with his latest film, Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope. Interviewing geeky celebs like Joss Whedon, Seth Rogen, Kevin Smith, and following a handful of Comic-Con attendees (ranging from costume designers to toy collectors and comic book artists), this documentary appeals to my geeky side, but also gets me excited for this year's event. Check out the full trailer below and tell me — will you be watching Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope?
Using it is as simple as you thought it would be: just click the "Try It" button on the homepage, and you'll be taken to a random Kickstarter project. Click the "Kickstumbler and Next" buttons on the top corners of the page to see other random Kickstarter projects, from art to technology, publishing, fashion, and more. You can even narrow down your stumbles to one of Kickstarter's 13 categories, five cities, see only video, or projects that are popular, just launched, needing funding, or ending soon. You can even tweet or "like" your favorites on Facebook to spread the word. Kickstumbler is free, so put your dollars to good use by funding some cool projects!