It’s easy to use Google Calendar as your project management tool, but if you want a more traditional project management view, take a look at new webapp Ganttify. It connects to your Google Calendar, Trello or Basecamp account to instantly serve up your events in a Gantt chart.
Android (root): When Google released the Nexus 5, it came with a spiffy new dialer that intelligently integrated your regular contacts with business search. Unfortunately, it was unavailable on non-Google devices — until now.
A council in Western Australia recently prohibited negative body language such as shrugging, eye-rolling and sighing in the workplace, but a blanket ban on certain gestures is destined to fail. Body language, beyond the myths, is extremely complex and difficult to analyse. It’s also easy to misinterpret, with one gesture carrying myriad possible meanings; but there are some basic rules to follow when it comes to sending the right non-verbal messages at work.
In the past week, Ryan Holiday read seven books, flew from Austin to Atlanta to Miami to Atlanta to LA to Maui, and juggled two demanding jobs: director of marketing at the controversial clothing retailer American Apparel, and partner at creative marketing company StoryArk. (Just writing that sentence made me tired.) Ryan is also a best-selling author. I caught up with the 26-year-old media whiz to find out how he juggles it all.
Hi Lifehacker, I’ve just scored myself a Qantas Frequent Flyer membership via my Woolworths Everyday Rewards card. What’s the best way to earn points when booking Jetstar flights? I notice that the prices quoted for Jetstar flights via the Qantas site are often somewhat different to what Jetstar itself suggests. Any tips?
Android: We’re all familiar with incognito mode on modern browsers. It’s the same browsing experience, but with tracking disabled. Dolphin Zero, from the company behind our favourite Android browser, has made an app specifically for this purpose.
Android: Cover is an adaptive launcher for Android that uses the time of day and your location to automatically show you relevant apps and information. Whether you’re at work, at home or in the car, you’ll see apps you typically use in each of those situations.