Monday: January 4, 2010
- A list of the top ten mind hacks for making your resolutions stick.
Lifehacker covers a variety of methods in which you can attempt to try and keep to your brand new New Year's resolutions via some tips and tricks. Personally, I find that making no new resolutions at all is a great way to keep resolutions. Plus, there is a lot less disappointment that way.
Friday: December 11, 2009
- A list of Lifehacker's most popular tutorials of 2009.
An extensive list of tutorials that covers step-by-step guides on everything from installed homebrew on the Wii (without the need of Twilight Princess) all the way over to building your very own computer from scratch. Good luck.
Monday: November 30, 2009
- Thirty-three tips for optimizing your beloved copy of Firefox.
Covers a wide array of optimization tricks from blocking Flash to tweaking memory usage (of which I will take a deep look at as Firefox is a giant memory hog on my local machine).
Tuesday: November 24, 2009
- A list of a hundred of the all-time best ways to hack your workday.
Some great suggestions to those of you who may or may not be following one or more of these little gems already. Personally, I am lost with my morning to-do list. Let's see here, post morning links to GLM: check. See?
Thursday: October 15, 2009
- A list of the top seven technology disasters of the decade.
In what has been called the largest credit card crime of all time, earlier this year, Heartland Payment Systems announced that hackers had broken into the computers it uses to process about 100 million transactions each month for 175,000 merchants.
Wednesday: October 14, 2009
- Five fun gadget hacks to tackle on a rainy day.
Article covers hacks and mods mostly of the Apple variety (jailbreak your iPhone, put OS X on a netbook, etc, etc). I have to admit that hacking the Mac Mini to be a full fledged entertainment center is very intriguing.
Thursday: October 1, 2009
- Palm decides to partner up with Amazon instead of hacking their way into iTunes.
But what Palm should really do is to make an iTunes rival, a media-playing, content-syncing, Amazon MP3-friendly application. And it should make it work not just with the Pre, but with any device you might own, including the iPhone.
Wednesday: August 19, 2009
- Some crosswalk sign hacks for your viewing pleasure.
DON'T PUSH THE BUTTON!
Thursday: August 13, 2009
- Five hacks that you can explore with your kids.
...because every child should learn how to pick a lock. Thanks Wired.
Monday: August 3, 2009
- Low-tech hacks can still defeat very high-tech expensive locks.
...they use standard techniques for opening mechanical locks, similar to bumping — where an attacker places a specially-designed key in the keyway and “bumps” it repeatedly with a device until the lock releases.
Tuesday: July 14, 2009
- Fifteen useful iPhone hacks that will make your life easier.
Didn't know a couple of these hacks, some of these sound like they will be fun to try.