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Ask LH: Are There Any Websites That Can Help Me Vote Below The Line?

Dear Lifehacker, I like to vote below the line for the senate and number all the boxes. This is so I can make sure certain candidates will never get my vote even with the shady preference deals going on. Last election I used Below The Line to plan my ballot in advance so that on the day, all I had to do was transcribe this onto the paper. However, this handy web app doesn’t appear to be available this election. Is there a similarly easy yet functional way to prepare?


What Work Expenses Can You Claim On Your Tax Return? [Quiz]

Doing your own taxes has never been easier, with the ATO’s Online Tax Return taking less than 15 minutes to complete on average. However, it’s important to know how expenses work and what can and can’t be claimed prior to filing your tax return. This multiple-choice questionnaire from the Australian Taxation Office is designed to test your knowledge on the subject. How many did you get right?


The Departure Songs Desktop

We’ve seen some simple desktops and some busy ones, but this one from reader Peregerine, walks the line pretty well. It keeps a lot of the space in the center clear so you have plenty of room to work, but also adds some widgets and tools around the periphery that are useful and informative.


Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted running app comparisons, KFC pulled pork burger taste test and bargains on the internet. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:


Video Briefly: E3 Cringes, Trump Blasts Off, Blockbuster Movie Woes

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: E3 moments that will make you cringe, Donald Trump in a J-pop video clip, blockbuster movie sins.


Google Calendar Now Tells You If You're Double-Booking Your Time On Mobile

Android/iOS: Google’s getting better at finding free time in your schedule. It only makes sense that it should be able to let you know when you’re about to double book yourself. Now it can.


Briefly: Avocado Crime Wave, Massive Insurance Claims And Stealthy Laptops

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: EA could have published Rocket League, insurance claims from the recent east coast storm have tripled and how El Niño has caused food supply havoc.


Briefly: Samsung Pay, Project Scorpio And A Telco Showdown

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Samsung Pay launching in Australia, Vodafone has better 4G availability than Telstra, Project Scorpio looks awesome and the OnePlus3 gets a hands on review.


Briefly: WWDC News, PlayStation VR and Netflix domination

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: The latest news from WWDC, Playstation VR launch dates and a look at just how far Netflix is ahead of the competition in Australia.


The All Watercooled, Pilot And Co-Pilot Glass-Top Workspace

Over on the battlestations subreddit, Sarne shared this beautiful setup with a side-by-side computers in a custom desk with an open top and LEDs so you can see the inside. The whole thing is just beautiful.


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