Worry Watch Tracks Your Anxiety and Helps You Analyze Your Worries

iOS: Even if you don't have a panic disorder, sometimes you might worry about stuff that turns out alright in the end. Things aren't always bad as they seem. Worry Watch helps you track what's bothering you and reminds you to log the outcomes. » 10/26/14 1:00pm Sunday 1:00pm

Students: Ask for a Letter of Recommendation Now, Not Later

Whether you graduated from college last semester or are returning this fall, your professors can write you great letters of recommendation. If you wait until you need them at your next job, the professor's memory might be a bit fuzzy. Ask now while you're fresh in their minds. » 10/26/14 7:00am Sunday 7:00am

Consumer Drives Might Be More Reliable Than Enterprise Hard Drives

Online backup service Backblaze uses the same hard drives most of us use to store our data—which means they have almost 35,000 consumer drives housing our data. Their latest report claims that consumer hard drives are actually slightly more reliable than expensive "enterprise" style drives. » 10/25/14 11:00am Saturday 11:00am

​The Evil "Tests" Job Interviewers Can Give (and How to Avoid Them)

After going through the hassles of interviewing, not getting an offer sucks. Your first assumption is you weren't qualified, but that's not always true. You also could have failed any number of hidden tests, some of them very evil. » 10/23/14 2:00pm 10/23/14 2:00pm

I know some of these tests suck. They invade your privacy, they aren't always relevant, and they are totally unfair. Ideally, you know about the tests and can prepare for them or avoid the employer. Since the interviewers don't usually disclose the test, you're out of luck. Even if you know they do evil tests, if you… » 10/23/14 1:50pm 10/23/14 1:50pm