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Use The First Hour Of Your Day For Creative, Inspiring Work

If you have the flexibility in your schedule to do it, start your day with something creative and inspiring. Maybe it’s that novel or short story you’ve been working on, or a painting, or a craft project. Whatever it is, if you can, give it your first hour. It’s uninterrupted time, and a good start to the day.


Skip The Line And Upgrade Your Nexus To Android Nougat Right Now

Android Nougat has officially dropped and now the wait begins. If you’re the impatient type, however, you can skip ahead and download the latest Android hotness right now.


Boomerang's Respondable Helps You Craft An Email That Will Actually Get A Reply

If you want to get a reply to your email, you can start by writing a good one. Boomerang has had some helpful tips to do this in the past, but now the company is taking it a step further. Its new feature Respondable will rate your emails on the fly in a few key categories.


'You Don't Find Time. You Make It.'

Trying to find the time to work on passion projects is always difficult. In the above quote, Shawn Blanc suggests that one step to doing so is to alter your outlook a little.


Briefly: Pokemon Burgers, Xbox Onesie, Victoria Legalises Uber

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Pokemon Burgers hit Sydney, confessions of mainstream media journalists, Victoria finally legalises Uber.


The Best New Features In Android 7 Nougat

Today, Google began rolling out its latest mobile operating system — Android 7 (AKA “Nougat”) — to select Nexus devices. Here are the major changes you need to know about.


Elevator Pitch: Ozen

Elevator Pitch is a regular feature on Lifehacker where we profile startups and new companies and pick their brains for entrepreneurial advice. This week, we’re talking with Akiva Szental, co-founder of Ozen.


Dealhacker: Optus Mobile Plans Now Come With Data-Free Netflix And Spotify Streaming

Optus is giving you the option to stream movies, TV and music without tapping into your monthly data allowance, either for free or for a monthly $10 fee, depending on your plan. But you still have to pay for the data used watching ads.


Ask LH: Do I Need A Licence To Sell Homegrown Fruit And Vege?

Dear Lifehacker, I’ve been tossing up the idea of selling the homegrown vegetable and fruit produce from my garden. I was thinking about local farmers’ markets and cafe’s. I was wondering what regulations and permits I would need to be aware of. Could you help me?


From 'Battered Sav' To 'Bogan': The Aussiest Words Added To The Australian National Dictionary

Today, the Australian National Dictionary received its first update in 28 years. More than 6000 Australian words, phrases and idioms have been added, including ‘battered sav’, ‘chiko roll’, ‘babyccino’, ‘goon bag’ and ‘bogan’. Here are some official “dinki di” phrases that made the cut.


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