Let’s just get this out of the way: I don’t know anything about hacking. I’ve never hacked anything in my life, unless you’re describing my golf swing, or you count using a Game Genie to cheat at Sega Genesis back in the early ‘90s.
In general, I find terms like “life hacks” and “growth hacking” to be… well, hackneyed.
But you know what? Blog titles that include “hacks” — or other strong and compelling descriptors such as “surprising” or “critical” — have a greater tendency to gain viral traction.
There are many casino movies out there and most of them involve some sort of insane skill, be it in gambling, in stealing or even hacking. The most interesting ones are those that involve the memorizing certain things. So let’s see ...
Who doesn't love a good life hack? The actual definition of the term "life hack" is "a tool or technique that makes an aspect of your life easier or more efficient." So naturally, anything that does that is going to be met with smil...
At least three fake social media accounts posing as young women have encouraged victims into downloading highly invasive Android malware.