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This could make Apple fans even more self-satisfied. Fast Company has compiled a list of 18 power tips for macOS users, from changing the look to speeding up your system.
A new study, which explores mental health and stigma in the workplace, finds that close to 60% of respondents had symptoms of a mental health condition in the past year—and the same percentage didn’t discuss it at their jobs. 
Lastly, help a small farmer out financially from whatever urban center you’re in right now. Steward is a new online crowdfunding platform where individual investors can put money into modest, regenerative farms—and eventually get a return on their investment.
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Borrowing iPhone cables is a huge mistake
From now on, asking a stranger to borrow a Lightning cable, or accepting an offer by a stranger to give you one, is the last thing you’ll want to do if you’re scrupulous about protecting your data. That’s because a hacker has created the first Lightning cable that, when plugged into your Mac or PC, will allow someone to remotely take over your computer. 
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As Mean Girls, Schitt’s Creek, and Stranger Things move from the small screen to real-world destinations, Fast Company discerns which experiences are most likely to pop with die-hard and casual fans alike.
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