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Elevator Pitch is a regular feature on Lifehacker where we profile startups and new companies and pick their brains for entrepreneurial advice. This week, we're talking with Dr Marcus Tan, founder of HealthEngine.

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Dear Lifehacker, I have just tried to unsubscribe from a marketing email from a business who I'd previously bought some items from in-store. However, when I clicked the unsubscribe link it automatically subscribed me to another email marketing service. Since then I have been receiving at least one spam email every 20 minutes from the new list. Is there any recourse against this business for providing a dodgy unsubscribe link?

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To celebrate the launch of its new “Voicemail” ice cream, Messina is teaming up with Deliveroo to offer Melbourne- and Sydney-based customers a 500ml tub of the stuff for just $1. The oddly-named dessert comprises salted caramel gelato with baked cheesecake, candied macadamia nuts and hazelnut fudge - and it's every bit as decedent as it sounds. Here's how to snag a tub for $1.

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It's almost Australia day, and for some of us that means long weekend adventures. Maybe you're even even going to be hitting the open road. Road trips are fun, but they're even better when you're organised and safe. Here are our tips for prepping your car for a road warrior holiday.

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So you've decided to start a business and you have a great idea for it. Awesome! Now the hard part is trying to pick a name for it. The name is one of the first things potential customers will interact with and could make or break a business. Here are a few things to avoid when picking a name for your small business.

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These days, many of us are flooded with advice on what to eat, when to eat and how much to eat. Alongside this calorie and nutrient-based advice you may even have heard that you should avoid eating while standing up or lying down, as was common in Ancient Greece or Rome. It may seem to make sense, but how much scientific evidence is there to back this advice?

If we consider these three eating positions: lying down, sitting and standing, what challenges do they present the body with and which should we choose as our standard eating position?

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In a move that sounds convenient and a little terrifying, international travellers to Australia may not need a passport by 2020. Instead, our border security is looking to implement a biometric system that recognises faces, irises and/or fingerprints in place of printed IDs.

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You're running late for a morning meeting and you jump in the car with a piece of toast dangling out of your mouth. You happily nibble on the toast as you steer the car with one hand, content that you've avoided a case of the hangries and you're on track to arrive at your destination on time. But is eating while you drive legal?

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It seems like it should be super simple, but it's actually a little bit hard. At least it was hard for me. But I did it, I finally did it. I landed a front flip on a trampoline. And if I can do it anyone can.

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PC hardware from a few years ago? Relics of another era. How about a decade old? You might as well be talking about fossilised remains. Yet, people still happily run gear such as Intel's venerable Q6600, one of the company's more overclockable quad-core chips, under the belief that it's "good enough". The benchmarks, however, tell a very different story.

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"You should ditch the objective statement on your resume". "Objective statements are outdated". You'll see statements like these littered across career websites. Traditionally, a career objective or objective statement section served as an introduction to your resume. Nowadays, it's considered old-fashion to include one.

While there are calls to kill it off completely, the objective statement still has some relevance in the modern world. In fact, there are certain situations that calls for it.