Dear Lifehacker, I’d like to get all of my papers, bills and receipts under control, but hate the idea of having a big scanner on my desk. I’ve been looking at duplex document scanners (the bar- shaped sort), but I can’t really find much information, or a scanner within a reasonable price range ($300 is too much in my opinion). Any suggestions? Thanks, Paperless Dream
We know that big data skills are in short supply and experts in the field command serious money. You may not be able to fill all the gaps for analytical expertise in your company, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t remind management that the gaps exist.
News about the forthcoming Windows Blue update continues to trickle out ahead of its expected public debut on 26 June. Microsoft today confirmed that the update will, as predicted, be known as Windows 8.1. It also bought some more welcome news: there won’t be any charge for the update.
While political obsessives argue over the potential electoral impact of Budget 2013, what the majority of people are immediately concerned with are the changes they’ll see in their monthly pay packet or in the world around them. Here are the 10 items from the Federal budget you’re most likely to care about.
Dear Lifehacker, I am currently looking for a new job and have been applying for positions that I know I won’t get as I don’t have the experience or knowledge for that particular product or area. Does this damage my chances with the same company or recruiter for when a job turns up that I am qualified for? Thanks, Eager Beaver