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Ultimate Triple Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Ganache

Seen on Pinterest: Chocolate Decadence, Oh My

February, thanks to both Mardis Gras and Valentine's Day, gives us multiple excuses to indulge in some decadent chocolate desserts (and hey, it's not swim suit season yet!). We've pulled together twelve different, and equally yummy looking, recipes you'll want to try.
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Weekly tech news roundup for February 6

Mattel and Google are playing nicely together, RadioShack is closing down, and Raspberry Pi 2 was just introduced. A new product promises you'll never lose anything again, Swatch is coming out with a smartwatch (that doesn't need charging!), and more in this week's tech news.
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Breaking Bad lawyer in new spin-off series

Don’t make any plans for Feb. 8-9. Remember Saul Goodman, the wily lawyer who kept Walter White and a bunch of other villains out of jail on “Breaking Bad”? Well, he’s back with his own television show, “Better Call Saul,” on AMC.
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Cheap Tunes Tuesday

The Gorillaz are a band with real musicians making music, but their stage presence is strictly virtual. The self-titled Gorillaz album dropped in March of 2001 and it’s been featured on lists like "albums to listen to before you die" and “best albums of all time,” and “best albums of 2001.” It has a different sound, but it's also has an irresistible quality to it. If you go into it with an open mind, I think you’ll come away wondering what you just heard, but also wanting to hear it again.
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Weekly tech news roundup for Friday, January 30

This week: Reviews of Amazon's Echo are in, compare the best password managers, and check out Prynt—a photo printer for your phone (modern day Polaroids!). All this in and more in today's tech news roundup. The Apple Watch is coming in April (not March), 3D printing could help fix damaged windpipes, and BMW has an awesome ad you need to see. All this and more in this week's tech news roundup.    
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Cheap Tunes Tuesday

Pearl Jam exemplifies the Seattle grunge movement. Some may argue Nirvana was the poster child for the era, but Pearl Jam certainly was essential in their own right. Pearl Jam has sold nearly 25 million albums since their debut, with today’s album, Vs., coming in at over 6 million sold.
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Dave's halftime strata

Dave’s favorite tailgate recipe: Halftime Strata

We received so many positive comments and notes about TDS President and CEO Dave Wittwer's Turkey Stuffing recipe last year, Dave is sharing another family favorite—just in time for the big game.
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Savvy Spending 2015: Save on Travel | TDS Telecom

Savvy Spending: Five Ways to Save on Travel in 2015

We're just a few weeks into the new year and I've already saved more than $1500 on pre-booked travel for trips planned in January and February. Really. Let me let you in on a little secret - my Savvy Spending tips aren't limited to member's clubs or fancy travel writer perks. They're easy hacks you can try yourself.
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Six ways to manage your email account

Email can be a wonderful thing, but managing the constant flow into your inbox can be a challenge. We've got six tips for staying on top of your email and a helpful how-to for setting up email folders in TDS' new platform.
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Cheap Tunes Tuesday

This album just so happens to literally be the best-selling album ever with over SIXTY FIVE MILLION copies sold worldwide. Jackson worked with Quincy Jones on this record in Los Angeles, California. The production budget was large, over $750k. Paul McCartney was involved, as were several of the members of the band Toto for recording and production purposes. Jackson wrote four of the tracks but he did so in an odd fashion. Right now, you can score this gem for only $5.
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