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Briefly: Ponies In Drag, Cheap Cars, NBN Debating

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: a car market shake up in Australia, the endless NBN debate and these aren’t the My Little Ponies you’re used to.

Your PC's Cable Management Probably Won't Affect Its Cooling Performance

You may have heard somewhere that poor cable management inside your PC’s case can block fans and air pathways, making your CPU and GPU’s temperatures rise. This video puts that theory to the test, and proves that most mid-size cases do just fine with or without decent cable management.

Briefly: Lingerie Hacker, Telstra Outage, iPhone 7 Rumours

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Telstra hit with huge nationwide mobile outages, how to get lingerie-ready for Valentine’s Day, XCOM 2 playing tips.

Use Backwards Planning To Make Sure Your Projects Are Done On Time

When you’re planning a project, the best place to begin is the beginning, right? If you’re up against a deadline, you might actually want to reverse that. Start with the deadline and work your way backwards.

Victories Turns Your To-Dos Into Battles, And Being Productive Into Triumph

iOS: Victories is a to-do app that takes every to-do on your list and turns it into a “battle”, where doing it means you win, and putting it off means surrender. As you’re productive, your character levels, and there are stats and a ton of data to mull over while you push your character to progress.

Remember The Milk Gets A Total Overhaul With New Apps, New Design, And New Features

Web/Mac/iOS/Android/Blackberry/Fire: Remember the Milk was one of the first really big to-do apps out there, and today it’s vying for that spot again with a massive overhaul of every one of their apps.

Briefly: Best Of Super Bowl, New Bourne Trailer, Cheap Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Top 10 Super Bowl half-time shows, watch the new Jason Bourne trailer, get a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge for $709.

Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted sci-fi recommendations chosen by scientists, eBay tech deals and food safety myths. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

Easily Access The USB Ports On The Back Of Your Monitor With Sugru And Magnets

It’s not just the iMac: Many monitors place their USB ports in the back, where they’re difficult to get to. Use Sugru and magnets to hide an extension cable within easy reach.

How To Declutter Your Desk And Get Organised

Video: No matter how clean you are, somehow your desk just gains clutter over time like moss growing on a rock. My desk at home is scattered with trinkets, cables and errant soy sauce packets from past lunches, which all just get in the way. Tossing the clutter and getting organised can help you focus on your work.

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