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The Coolest Things You Can Automatically Add To Google Calendar

Google Calendar is a wonderful tool. While many people may know that you can import pre-made calendars with lists of various holidays in them, there’s a lot more cool stuff you can do with the service.


Stop Telling Yourself You're Too Busy

Ever feel like you’re overwhelmingly busy? Of course you have. But chances are you might not be as busy as you think — and knowing this simple fact can reduce a lot of stress.


Briefly: Supanova Cosplay Highlights, Free DeLonghi Coffee Machine, Sustainable Eating Guide

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: Supanova Brisbane’s best cosplayers, sustainable eating guide, get $75 cashback on a $69 coffee machine from Target.


App Eater Quickly Locks, Batch Uninstalls Apps

Android: There are many ways to uninstall apps on Android, App Eater may be the way to go if you want to remove many apps in one go. It can also lock certain apps so they’re hidden from your home screen or launcher.


Elevator Pitch: The WOD Life

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 Andrew Lee from The WOD Life.


Ask LH: What's The Best ISP Option For A Saucy Webcam Babe?

Hi Lifehacker, I work from home as a webcam model, so I need a very reliable internet connection. I can’t have any delay of any sort or I lose customers. My laptop is a bit old — is there anything I can do to ensure the best connection?


Add A Spreadsheet Style 'Sum' Menu To Any App With This System Service

Mac: The “Sum” function in spreadsheets is useful, but we don’t all make our lists in Excel. Fortunately, Coder Brett Terpstra has built an OS X System Service that allows you to total up any set of numbers in any document.


Extreme Commuting: Long Road To Eaglehawk, Speeding To Marshall

If it’s mildly stupid to test the longest train commuter journeys in Victoria, as I’m doing this week, then it’s definitely questionable to do that twice in one day, including the most time-consuming trip you can possibly take. But that’s what I did over the past 24 hours.


Use Wikipedia's Mobile Site For Easier Split-Screen Research

Being redirected to a mobile version of a website on the desktop can be obnoxious. However, as reddit user Holy_Jay points out, Wikipedia’s mobile site makes split-screen reading on the desktop much nicer.


Tretflix Is A Ready-To-Install Downloading PC Packed With Usenet Tools

Usenet is a great resource for lots of different things, and we’ve talked about a number of great apps to use to get the most out of Usenet. Tretflix is a custom, ready-to-install operating system that wraps them all up into an easy-to-use package. All you do is provide the hardware.