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12 of the best Amazon Alexa skills for kids (and their parents)

Amazon Alexa is quite possibly one of the best things to ever happen to your smart home. SEE ALSO: 10 of the best Amazon Alexa skills for dating and romance The voice assistant is capable of quickly ordering pizza from Domino's or Pizza Hut, playing
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10 of the best Amazon Alexa skills for dating and romance

Alexa is really useful for reordering things on Amazon like toilet paper, Kraft Mac & Cheese, and Duracell batteries, but did you know the voice assistant is also good at connecting with other apps, especially for dating and romance? SEE ALSO:
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How to play 'Skyrim' with Alexa: A quick guide to our favorite new skill

During a keynote presentation at E3 in Los Angeles, Bethesda Softworks showed off Skyrim: Very Special Edition, a new spinoff version of their massively successful game The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim. The video game developers have been porting it to
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16 of the best Alexa skills that we're obsessed with right now

Amazon Alexa is the retail giant’s "personal assistant" that lives inside of every Amazon Echo and Amazon Fire TV Stick device. The smart digital assistant helps you with virtually any task, such as giving you weather updates or playing music
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With new Alexa skill, Lego teaches kids to obey their robot overlords

Lego and Alexa. Name a more iconic duo.  The toy company has announced an Amazon Alexa skill that will tell kids exactly how to build and play with their Legos.  SEE ALSO: Legoland Japan broke a world record with their cherry blossom tree
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Snapchat's new Harry Potter lens lets you practice your wizard skills

Good news, Harry Potter fans: you can now live out some of your Hogwarts fantasies in Snapchat. The app added a new Harry Potter-themed lens that transports you into the famed wizarding school so you can practice spells.  SEE ALSO: How to use
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How Repetitive Training Creates Mastery and Magic

The most powerful way to master a skill is the one thing most people seek to avoid: Practice. Practice? Practice?! Yes, Allan Iverson from 2002…we’re talking about practice. Specifically, the character-building process of repetition.

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