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Dear Lifehacker, How might I go about making a ‘bucket-list’? I know it should have all the things I want to do/see/experience. But what about the things I’m not aware of? I don’t know what I don’t know, after all. Should it be 50 things? 100? 1000? Should I focus on doing things for myself or for others? What’s a good mix? Should it be a dynamic list or something I set in stone until it’s finished? I want to make a well rounded list so I feel like I’ve really lived, before I kick it (hopefully in many years’ time!) Thanks, Bucket Head
There are few things more annoying in life than door-to-door salesman — especially when they wont shut up about why you need to change electricity providers. We therefore felt little sympathy to learn that power company AGL has been hit with a $1.555 million fine for engaging in illegal door-to-door selling practices.
Earlier in the month, Hungry Jack’s sold its new ‘Big Cheese’ Burger for just $1. Today, you can get two for the price of one as part of the company’s “Twosdays” deal. Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!
Our ongoing World Of Servers series swept through London last week for the Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit. Here are five key lessons to take away from that event.
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