Briefly: New Mad Max Trailer, Robots In Victoria, Free Ebook

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: watch the first full-length trailer to Mad Max: Fury Road, the history of video game controllers, robot exhibition coming to National Gallery of Victoria.


Download Organiser Sorts And Filters Your Downloads Folder

Mac: The download folder on your Mac can get out of hand pretty quickly. If you want to add a semblance of organisation to it, Download Organiser is a simple tool that makes it easy to sort and organise everything you download.


Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts: Commonwealth Games Streaming, Coke Glasses

You wanted streaming sports, high-priced rental suburbs and Chrome extensions. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:


Briefly: Watch This Week's Best Online Videos

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle trailer, creepy toys, new Star Wars footage.


Turn A Dead Pinball Machine into a Desk

There’s ordinary office furniture — and then there’s turning a pinball tablet into your everyday desk. If you want to stand out, you know which one you should pick.


Briefly: Cheap Wine, Weird Veges, Sex Tape Kill Switch

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Get a case of Malindi Clare Valley Shiraz 2011 for $52 ($163 off), 10 strange looking vegetables to eat this winter, how to get your sex tape off the internet.


Fantastical For iOS Adds Snooze, Birthday Notifications

iOS: Fantastical is one of the best iOS calendar apps, and today it gets a little bit better with the ability to snooze events and customise notifications.


Briefly: New Guardians Of The Galaxy Trailer, Mir Mine Gallery, Cheap Games

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Watch an extended five-minute trailer to Guardians Of The Galaxy, inside the biggest man-made hole on Earth, get six Square Enix video games for $1.


Ask LH: How Can I Make Sure Packages Actually Get Delivered?

Hey Lifehacker, How can I stop couriers and Australia Post from falsely marking packages as “Attempted Delivery” and leaving a card to collect from the Post Office, even though someone was available to receive the delivery? It seems like the delivery drivers aren’t even bothering to ring a doorbell because it takes longer than just leaving the card, but their actions then waste my time and the post-office staff time too. How can I prevent this selfish behaviour?


Create Reminders And Calendar Events From The Google Search Bar

As long as you’re logged in to your Google account, creating new reminders or appointments on your calendar is as easy as visiting the Google homepage and typing into the search bar. You don’t have to open reminders specifically, or go right to your calendar — Google will handle the rest.