As you can no doubt see, Lifehacker has been given a bit of a facelift, with a new more streamlined design (it's the same basic concept recently rolled out on our sibling site Gizmodo) You'll notice slightly less 'shouty' tags under the stories. Australian entries are still marked with a local flag, but now it's more visible. Particularly useful for Lifehacker readers on the go is the fully functional mobile feed at http://m.lifehacker.com.au/, which gives you a stripped-down version perfect for use on mobile phones and handheld devices, where space and bandwidth are at a premium. Let us know what you think of the new look (and if you encounter any bugs -- life's rarely perfect!) in the comments.
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