Briefly: Glowing Toilets, CliffyB's Man Cave, iPad Durability

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Glow-in-the-dark toilets, Menulog teases Bitcoin users, are iPads built to last forever?


Briefly: Cheap KFC, Ultra HD Gaming, Moving Art

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: KFC brings back the “12 For $12″ promotion, 4K gaming on Ultra HD TVs, get up to 65% off OzSale purchases.


Google Play Now Lets You Filter Search Results By Rating

Web: Figuring out which apps to trust is tough. If you use ratings to help you out, you can now filter your search results by ratings on the Google Play Store.


Briefly: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review, Free Online Courses, How To Lose Belly Fat

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Get $250 worth or Udemy online courses for free, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 reviewed, the science of losing belly fat.


Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted the Nexus 6, the iPad Air 2, Android app education and a lot of chicken. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:


Daylight Reminds You To Go Outside At Regular Intervals

Android: While some people are naturally outdoors-y types, many of us have to be reminded that a world outside the home or office exists. Daylight helps by keeping track of how long you leave the house and reminding you to get off the couch.


Cut Major Time-Sucking Activities Before Small Schedule Tweaks

Simple shortcuts can save you minutes on routine tasks. Those minutes definitely add up, but before you spend too much effort finely trimming your schedule, try to identify big time-saving activities and cut those short. You may find some big time savings.


Video Briefly: Trippy Music Videos, Quidditch Documentary, Emoticons Evolved

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: the weirdest music video you will see today, best slow-motion movie scenes, Comic Sans turns 20.


Humble New Tab Page Is A Simple, Minimal Start Page

Chrome: Sometimes, you just need a new tab page that’s as simple as possible. Humble New Tab Page is a simple, list-based new tab page that lives up to its name.


The Projecteze System Keeps You Productive With Just A Word Processor

A lot of to-do list systems require you to adopt new apps or tools. The Projecteze method works with your favourite word processor and requires almost no time to set up.