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Facebook Takes On Ebay With New Buy & Sell Tool

You’re probably familiar with Facebook’s popular “Garage Sale” pages which allow members to buy and sell second-hand goods with nearby locals. Today, the social media giant kicked it up a notch. The Buy & Sell page is a new, invite-only marketplace that is currently being trialed around Australia. It’s essentially eBay/Gumtree — but on Facebook. More »      

App Deals: Discounted iOS iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone Apps

Today’s best deals include Secret Of Mana on Android, Mucho Party on iOS and Fuel Map Australia on Windows Phone. Deals end without warning, so be quick! More »      

Microsoft Updates Outlook On Office 365 With New Look And Features

Microsoft has cleaned up the user interface on its Office 365 browser-based email service Outlook, because we’re all superficial and like looking at pretty things. Oh, and some new tools have been added. More »      

Ask LH: Do I Need To Poop Every Day?

Dear Lifehacker, According to Metamucil and other high-fibre products, I’m supposed to squeeze out a Number 2 once per day to remain “regular”. Personally, I don’t go that often and I don’t seem to be suffering for it. So here’s my question: Is remaining “regular” actually important to my health, or is it just a ploy to sell supplements I don’t need? More »      

Windows 10 Ransomware Email Brings More Headaches To Business IT

After our report on crytoviruses, readers expressed frustration over how despite their best efforts to secure IT within their organisation, there is always that one chump who clicks on a special offer email on the computer they use for work and compromise the corporate network. Show More Summary

How To Pick Software To Manage Your Business IT Systems

Earlier this week we addressed how to manage the security for your business IT systems. Now we look at software than can assist with your broader IT management strategy. More »      

Avoid Flying Tiger Airways With Jetstar Price Matching

Tiger Airways and Jetstar are the cheapest airlines for domestic travel in Australia. Tiger is usually the cheaper option but, you really get what you pay for: bad service, uncomfortable seats, and a miserly baggage allowance. Jetstar is the better option although it’s usually pricier. But there is a way around that. More »      

Would You Work For A Tyrannical Boss?

You work for a big-name company that’s on the up and up. You love what you do, your wage is good and your office is swanky. There’s just one problem: your boss is the spiritual reincarnation of Kim Jong-il. More »      

What Happened at WDS 2015? Unfiltered Attendee Reviews, Round II

Here's Round I. After spending hundreds of hours in preparation and then hosting a week-long adventure for thousands of awesome people, I don’t usually say much about it afterward, at least not on the blog. I’m a writer who doesn’t do...Show More Summary

Which Wolf Will You Feed?

Editor’s note: I recorded this as a podcast for the Creative Giant Show. I hope you enjoy it, and if you’d like to hear more episodes of the Creative Giant Show, you’ll find them in the Show’s archives. I want to kick this one off with a parable. Show More Summary

Organizing if money were no object

Dave plays the Million Dollar Game for Organizing, Productivity, and Uncluttering. Post written by David Caolo Let Unclutterer help you get your home or office organized. Subscribe to our helpful product shipments from Quarterly tod...

Advice for People in Their Early 20s

By Leo Babauta A young woman wrote to me recently about fears about the future: ‘I’m in my 20s and I’m trying to figure my future out. I’m just wondering how to stop worrying and letting the fear of the unknown totally consume my daily thoughts (I’m moving from Sweden to American and have no […]

8 Undeniable Reasons Your 40s Are Your Golden Decade

Full disclosure: I just turned 30 last month. But I am something of an old soul, and am definitely starting... The post 8 Undeniable Reasons Your 40s Are Your Golden Decade appeared first on Lifehack.

8 Proven Reasons Why People Who Take Naps Are More Productive

For anyone who finds that their days are just a little bit too tiring, there are many solutions open to... The post 8 Proven Reasons Why People Who Take Naps Are More Productive appeared first on Lifehack.

Plan Your Rest Days Like You Plan Your Workouts

Whether they’re based on lifting, running, or something else entirely, most workout plans only require hard efforts a couple days a week, and designate the others for something mysterious labeled “rest.” But that doesn’t mean you have to spend all day on the couch. Read more...

Makerbase Is a Directory of Tech Creators and Web Projects

The internet is filled with all kinds of wonderful things. Yet from the apps you love to your favorite podcast hosts, it’s often hard to find the people behind those projects. Makerbase helps you find that information, working like IMDb for the internet. Read more...

Find Out How Many Times Your Personal Info Might Have Been Stolen

With all of the hacking attacks in the last few years, there’s a good chance some of your sensitive personal data has been exposed to hackers. This quiz from the New York Times highlights the most recent major attacks and what kind of information may have been exposed. Read more...

BitTorrent Sync Mobile Can Now Create, Edit and Share Files

Android/iOS/Windows Phone: BitTorrent Sync is a handy alternative to Dropbox if you need a lot of storage space or don’t trust someone else’s servers. The mobile apps have been a bit wanting, but now you can finally create, edit, and share files right from your phone. Read more...

How to Customize the Windows 10 Start Menu

In the past few years, the Windows Start menu has been dangled in front of us and taken away more times than we can count, but it’s finally back—and it’s brought a lot of new tricks. For the first time ever, the Start menu is very customizable, which means you can make it work exactly how you want it to. Read more...

Activate God Mode in Windows 10 for Quick Access to Windows Commands

With Windows 10, settings are split between the Control Panel and the Settings app. If you’d like an all-inclusive starting point for Windows commands, enable God Mode. Read more...

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