Cracked Archive - Extras

10 Crowdfunded Products That Really Work (See For Yourself)

Although crowdfunding is a great way to get an entire industry to hate Zach Braff, it's an even better platform for consumer product pre-orders.

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Why Excel Is Still A Very Valuable Skill On Your Resume

Learning Excel is the key to getting your superhero promotion ... and eventually, your evil takeover of corporate America.

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10 Simple Buys To Take Your Home From Good To Great

Just because our generation will be renting for the rest of our lives doesn't mean we have to be living in a pit of squalor.

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Saying Goodbye To Jack O'Brien, Cracked's Cool Dad

Legendary Cracked Editor-in-Chief Jack O'Brien has, after 11 years, left the company for browner pastures. So, some of us who worked with him have collaborated to prepare a kind of eulogy because he is, of course, now dead to us.

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9 Items That Will Give You An Edge On Your Next Job Hunt

Give your application a leg up against the competition by learning these skills that are useful for every industry.

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Skills That Will Prepare Us For The Looming Machine Uprising

Let's face it, the Automation Armageddon is upon us. And you're going to have to make yourself useful to the industries that still need brain flesh to function.

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13 Loot Boxes For The Nerd Who Wants Some Mystery In Life

As proud nerds, we know firsthand that Loot Crate is the best bundle of pop culture immersion you can get.

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10 Ways To Make Air Travel Suck Just A Little Bit Less

If you've seen the news lately, flying is just awful. Fortunately, there's a whole world of consumer goods designed to make air travel feel slightly less heinous.

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Do You Want To Build A Robot? 3 Totally Easy DIY Kits

These packages let you build something cool without having to track down hundreds of identical tiny capacitors and resistors.

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4 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Be On The Internet Without A VPN

In our current climate of warrantless surveillance and indiscriminate data collection, having constant access to the internet has become a liability as much as a convenience.

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