Google's "Popular Times" feature is a handy way to see a general view of a the most popular times at a business. Now, Google's showing that data in real time, giving you a glimpse of how packed a place might be right now.
Dear Lifehacker, I'm about to head to Europe on a short term exchange with my university from Australia, and will be there for two months. What travel sim would you recommend? Or does it make more sense to purchase a SIM in each country? I'll be spending time in Denmark, Uk, Madrid, and then a Contiki tour throughout Europe!
Home burglaries increase around the holidays for obvious reasons: You're gone, and your house is empty and vulnerable. While you're away, you want to make sure your home is as secure as possible, and part of this means making it look like someone is actually there even when you're not.
Australians aren't particularly imaginative when it comes to tea - dunk a Lan-Choo bag in a mug of boiling water, add a splash of milk to taste and you're basically done. In other parts of the world, tea drinking is much more sophisticated process that involves unique plants, brewing processes and receptacles. This infographic looks at 21 popular and exotic teas from around the world.
Arming yourself with the facts is one way to deal with a fear of flying, but if it hasn't helped, you're boarding your flight or sitting in your seat and you feel that familiar anxiety rising in your chest, try this meditative breathing exercise to relax a bit.
In-flight Wi-Fi is wonderful. The price to use it on the other hand, not so great. There are a few methods to get free access, but these two are relatively simple. The first requires only an iPhone. The second requires either a VPS or server you control. They both result in free, unlimited access for the whole flight.
You likely don't pay any attention to the wheels on your rolling luggage, but they're probably the first things to break down from the wear and tear of constant travel. Whether you have new or old rolling luggage, you'll make your luggage-hauling life a bit easier by simply switching to wheels that can stand a beating.
In the tragic event that you're involved in a plane crash, following the instructions about bracing for impact really could help minimise your injuries. The main advantage is in keeping your head close to the seat in front of you, preventing your head and torso from swinging forward in a whiplash like effect.