Didn't catch Lifehacker on Monday? Here's the best posts you missed.
Five Best WYSIWYG HTML Editors Though you can make a strong argument for hand coding your web site the appeal of a What You See Is What You Get approach is undeniable. This week we take a look at the five most popular tools for WYSIWYG HTML editing
Lifehacker’s Free Public Transport Guide, 2010 Edition Public transport is generally cheaper than jumping in a car, but in capital cities, you can often get around the CBD without paying at all. Here’s the options for free buses and trams across Australia’s major cities.
Trove Lets You Locate Books In Any Australian Library Despite Google’s often-expressed wish to digitise everything, sometimes you still need to return to the printed word. If you’re trying to track down an elusive work, Trove’s Australia-wide library catalogue might just be the answer.
Desktop Earth Sets A Rotating Picture Of The Earth As Your Windows Wallpaper We’ve already shown you how to set a rotating Earth image as your Linux wallpaper, and many of you came up with good Windows solutions to achieve the same effect. But if you’re not the scripting type, here’s a program that will do it all for you.
Picture by ilco