Christmas is just around the corner, and that means it's time to participate in the much-loved holiday tradition of buying Secret Santa gifts. While it can be stressful to find the perfect gift, we've come up with ten unique and useful items that are bound to meet any budget and personality needs.actually want to keep.Secret Santa Gifts under $20What Do You Meme? Game of Thrones Expansion Pack $12.99 at AmazonA great gift for any Game of Thrones fan, this expansion pack allows you to add your favorite seven kingdom characters to the popular What Do You Meme? card game.View DealWorld's Okayest Employee $13.99 $10.99 at AmazonYou can never go wrong with a coffee mug for your office Secret Santa, especially one that describes your co-workers so well.View DealSecret Santa Claus Christmas Poo Pourri Bathroom Spray $9.95 at AmazonThe poo-pourri spray is such a popular Secret Santa gift they even named a scent after it. View DealAnker SoundCore Nano Bluetooth Speaker $16.99 at AmazonGive … [Read more...] about Cheap Secret Santa gifts from Amazon that everyone will want
Last week, Microsoft announced it was throwing in the towel on its EdgeHTML development effort and switching to the open-source Chromium engine. That's a big win for Google, which maintains that codebase and uses it as the core of Google Chrome. It's arguably a big win for Microsoft's enterprise customers, too, who can now count on having a standards-compliant browser that works with all their modern web-based apps.You know who was not among the winners? Mozilla, makers of the Firefox browser.Microsoft Edge: What went wrong, what's nextIn a doom-and-gloom-soaked post on the Mozilla Blog, CEO Chris Beard criticized Microsoft's decision even as he acknowledged that it "may well make sense" in business terms even as it poses an existential threat to the non-profit Mozilla: We compete with Google not because it's a good business opportunity. We compete with Google because the health of the internet and online life depend on competition and choice. They depend on consumers being able … [Read more...] about Can Firefox survive in a Google world?
In a public meeting on Tuesday, Temple University’s Board of Trustees issued a statement admonishing professor Marc Lamont Hill for controversial comments he made at the U.N. last month about Israel and Palestine. But while they expressed their “disappointment, displeasure, and disagreement with” Hill’s remarks, they also affirmed his right to free speech. “We recognize that Professor Hill’s comments are his own, that his speech as a private individual is entitled to the same constitutional protection of any other citizen, and that he has through subsequent statements expressly rejected anti-Semitism and anti-Semitic violence,” the trustees said in a prepared statement that was shared at the end of the meeting, according to Philly.com. Hill made waves last month for comments supporting Palestine’s statehood in a speech given at the United Nations for the International Day of Solidarity With the Palestinian People—the most incendiary … [Read more...] about Temple University Condemns Marc Lamont Hill’s Israel Comments, Will Not Punish Him
Best Tech Deals The best tech deals from around the web, updated daily. A really nice Lightning cable is an ideal stocking stuffer for the iPhone owners in your life, and they don’t get much nicer than Anker’s PowerLine+ cables. Wrapped in nylon and reinforced with kevlar, they’re basically unbreakable, and just feel really nice to use. For a limited time, get a 6' cable in the color of your choice for just $11 with promo code ANKCABLE, complete with an adjustable pouch that keeps it from getting tangled. … [Read more...] about Put a Really Nice Anker Lightning Cable In Your Favorite iPhone Owner’s Stocking For Just $11
5 Neat Things Jolie Kerr is a cleaning expert, advice columnist and the host of the podcast “[Ask a Clean Person](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-a-clean-person/id996183661?i=1000382315226&mt=2).” Each week, she’ll round up five essential cleaning products, tools and organizational systems to help you live your tidiest lives. I’ll level with you: I hate the holidays. But I really, really promise I’m not writing this to ruin anyone’s holiday cheer — I decided to do a little turn on 5 Neat Things and offer up suggestions of five safety items that you should have in your home during the holiday season (and year-round, actually) in the event that something goes wrong. A Sturdy Ladder Falls are a major source of injuries during the holidays, mostly due to climbing on rickety ladders or on furniture to hang decorations, so if you can avoid using furniture as ladders, you should. A sturdy ladder with a wide platform so you can stand … [Read more...] about Five Essential Safety Items For Avoiding Holiday Mishaps