Kick off your Lifehacker Monday by making sure you didn't miss any of the biggest posts from last week:
- How I Cleaned 1328 Emails Out Of My Inbox In An Hour
"I suddenly had 1328 emails in my inbox, and 401 of them hadn't even been read. Sounds like a nightmare, but in reality it only took me an hour to get my inbox back under control."
- A Hands On Look At Safari 4's (Crashy) Eye Candy
If Apple knows how to do anything, it's take tech you've already seen and make it flashier and more fun to use. The new Safari 4 public beta is no exception.
- Starbucks Offers Free Wi-Fi To iiNet Customers
"At Lifehacker we're suckers for any kind of free Wi-Fi, so the news that iiNet customers can now get free Wi-Fi access in Starbucks stores was pretty much guaranteed to bring a smile to our faces."
- Create Your Own Minimalist Storage With Hungarian Shelves
If you're looking for sturdy wall-hugging shelving that doesn't require fancy custom braces or brackets, check out the industrious design of these Hungarian shelves.
- How Frequently Can You Nag Your Communications Bills Down?
"How often can you squeeze a better deal out of your phone company or ISP? "
- PDF-to-Word Converter Pulls Readable Text From Scanned Images
Free web-based converter PDF-to-Word turns static PDF files into edit-friendly Word documents with surprising, reliable accuracy. It's in closed beta right now, but Lifehacker readers can get in early.
- DoubleTwist May Be The Coolest Universal Media Manager Ever (Mac)
doubleTwist simplifies media management, whether you want to sync to your mobile device, share it with friends, or upload it to YouTube, Flickr, or Facebook. It's so easy your grandparents could use it.
- Maxto Divides And Conquers Your Screen Real Estate (Windows)
If you're looking for a lightweight tool for compartmentalising space on your monitor and need support for multiple screens, MaxTo lets you subdivide to your heart's content.
- F.lux Changes Your Screen Brightness By Time Of Day (Windows/Mac/Linux)
If you spend your entire day staring into the pit of an eye-burning LCD, free application F.lux may be right up your alley.
- Little Registry Cleaner Dumps Your Registry Junk (Windows)
If a lot of un- and re-installs left your system a bit messy, Little Registry Cleaner can clean it up, along with startup items and other system utilities.
- Install Google Toolbar 6, Get Quick Search Box (Windows)
Remember Quick Search Box, Google's new search-and-launch application built by the same guy who developed Quicksilver? Well, now it's available for Windows-you've just got to install Google Toolbar in IE to get it.