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‘Make do and mend’ was a popular slogan during World War 2, designed to encourage people not to needlessly throw out clothing that could be repaired and repurposed. That in itself is a very Lifehacker-friendly idea, but it is not our topic today. Instead, we’re here to remind everyone that the correct expression is ‘make do’, not ‘make due’.
Budget impact, new Google features, iTunes alternatives and chocolate milk were drawing in the crowds. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:
Google didn’t announce a new version of Android at Google I/O, its annual developer conference last week, leaving our devices feeling sad and unloved. Android 4.3 may still be on the way soon, but for now, here’s what we wish Google had announced — and how you can get many of these features right now.
BarTab is a popular add-on for Firefox, preventing tabs from a previous session from loading until you activate them. Anyone who keeps 20+ tabs open knows the primordial sadness of watching one’s browser struggle with the load of restoring such a large number of tabs simultaneously. Now, Chrome users can enjoy the benefits of the add-on with an extension called FooTab.