Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: 30 healthy cooking tips for your kitchen, the ultimate (free) virus protection guide, get a Batman wooden bat cave for under $20.
- Gizmodo has put together a comprehensive guide on how to protect your PC from malware. The tutorial covers everything from smart (and not so smart) computing habits, the best free antivirus programs, and what tools work best for removing an infection when all else fails. Get your bookmark ready and click here.
- The Australian Christian Lobby (ACL) has had its online identity hijacked by a group of tech-savvy feminists who love cats and support gay marriage, reports the AFR. Visitors to the website ACL are now greeted with a rainbow logo depicting a smiling kitten. You can read more about the story here.
- Renault has released teaser images of a new concept ‘city car’ as it explores design themes for the next-generation Renault Twingo. According to Renault, the concept series is “an expression of the brand’s passion and an illustration of how different takes on the same city car are possible”. Check out the rest of the images here.
- Our colleagues over at PopSugar Health & Fitness have compiled an indispensible list of 30 Cooking Tips For Your Kitchen with an emphasis on healthy eating. Everything from baking with applesauce to maximising produce nutrients is covered.
- Target is currently selling a wooden Batman Bat Cave for $19.83 that is suitable for use with Matchbox cars. We thought this should be brought to your attention because Batman. Stock is limited, so call your local store before heading down. [Via OzBargain]