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Job interviews require preparation. You can’t plan ahead for absolutely everything you may encounter, but you can prepare enough so that you feel confident. This printable checklist will get you there.
The tiny $US35 Raspberry Pi can do all sorts of amazing things, but nothing is labelled that well, and connecting it to a breadboard isn’t always obvious. DIY enthusiast Monk created a printable sheet — dubbed the Raspberry Leaf — to place over the Pi.
There’s plenty of stuff you can print for free so you don’t have to pay for it, and wrapping paper is one of them. Whether you design it yourself or pick up some awesome designs online, it’s a pretty easy way to save money and give awesome, custom-wrapped gifts this Christmas.
Lifehacker readers and writers are a tech-savvy bunch, and many of us can’t imagine living without the keyboard shortcuts that save us so much time every day. They’re so useful that it’s often hard to watch a less-knowledgeable friend or family member point and click their way to everything. If you want to get them on board with keyboard shortcuts, print out this handy cheat sheet so they always have it around for quick reference.
I have two printers that rarely see any use. While printing isn’t obsolete by any stretch of the imagination, paper is slowly losing its usefulness. If you have a printer at home that’s mostly collecting dust, brush it off and start using it to print out a few products you’d otherwise have to pay for.
Sometimes it’s incredibly difficult to figure out where you need to focus your attention on any given week. You might, for instance, have a huge to-do list but no solid goal other than to get as much done as possible. If you’re looking for a little more purpose, founder of gpapps, Dave Lee, has put together a chart to help focus your attention.