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- Plan Your Free Online Education At Lifehacker U
- The Free Apps We're Most Thankful For
- Can You Survive In New York Using Just Free Wi-Fi?
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- How To (Legally) Boost Your Music Library Without Spending Any Money
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Free Wi-Fi is everywhere, but sometimes it isn’t always easy to find. If you’re at an establishment and don’t know the Wi-Fi password, you might be able to find it in the comments on Foursquare.
Escaping Control & Abuse is a free ebook from noted Australian author Kaz Cooke, covering how to recognise abusive relationships and how to get out of them. A great resource (and potentially useful to share with anyone you think might fall in that category. [Penguin]
Your education doesn’t have to stop once you leave school and university — freedom from the classroom just means you have more control over what you learn and when you learn it. Gain new knowledge for the new year with our latest Lifehacker U listing of some of the best free classes available online
Android/iOS: Telstra has developed a special Sydney New Year’s Eve app for the 2012 celebrations. While the app will offer neat on-the-spot features including four synchronised light shows involving every phone running the app, what really grabbed us is the offer for customers on any network to preload 50 text messages and then send them free automatically as 2013 kicks in.