Video Briefly: Anti Piracy Push, Comic-Con 2014 Highlights, Mad Max Trailer

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Everything you need to know about the Government’s piracy plan, Comic-Con 2014 cosplay highlights, vintage cybersex from 1997.


Freebie Friday! 100% Free Apps For iOS, Android And Windows Phone

At the end of each week, we bring you a list of the latest free mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Phone. Deals this week include Turret Commander on Windows Phone, World Warships Combat on Android and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run on iOS. Download them all without spending a cent!


Focus On Creating An Importance Hierarchy When Presenting Information

Presenting information is an art unto itself. Whether it’s an email, PowerPoint or a speech, there’s a tendency to pack as much information into as little space as possible. It turns out it may be more important to create a hierarchy of information first.


Is Sydney's 'My Food Bag' Service Worth The Money?

My Food Bag is a new food-and-recipe delivery service that provides all the ingredients needed to make home cooked dinners, five nights a week. Unlike similar services, the emphasis is on good eating rather than weight-loss or convenience — each meal is prepared from scratch by the customer using 100% raw produce. Last week, we signed up for the service’s maiden bag to see if it was worthwhile. Here are our initial thoughts.


This Infographic Shows How Network Speeds Have Improved Over Time

You might not be able to get the NBN at home as soon as you want, but the history of networks is a history of faster speeds — even on copper lines. This infographic highlights some of the main milestones.


Cloud Commander Displays All Your Cloud Folders In One Place

Mac: Hopefully, you’re backing up all your data in multiple places. This might include using both Dropbox and Box, or Flickr and Picasa. Unfortunately, this redundancy makes it hard to browse all those files. Cloud Commander helps organise it all.


Shazam For OS X Identifies Songs Playing Around You

Mac: Popular song identification app Shazam has now landed on Mac OS X. It runs unobtrusively in the background to tell you which songs are playing in your vicinity, using the built-in microphone.


Ask LH: How Can I Find A Good Wedding Photographer?

Hey Lifehacker, We’re getting married soon, and are in the process of trying to find a photographer. Part of the problem is that we’re overseas at the moment, which means we’re restricted to communicating with photographers online. Are quote comparison sites like serviceseeking.com.au and photoportal.com.au worth the time? They sound convenient, but I don’t want to pay for something that doesn’t deliver results!


Why We're Bad At Dealing With Insider Security Threats

IT security risks aren’t just the result of software holes and determined cyber-criminals — insiders within the business also represent a risk. But do Australian companies take that prospect seriously enough?


Unclouded Finds Out What's Eating Your Google Drive And Dropbox Space

Android: What’s taking up all the space in your Dropbox? Are there multiple copies of the same file in your Google Drive? Get control of your cloud storage with Unclouded for Android.