Last Week’s Top Ten Posts

You wanted every scrap of information about the iPhone 4's Australian launch, and apparently that made you all hungry. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

  1. Planhacker: Updated Australian iPhone 4 Plan Guide
    Since we ran the first version of this guide, Virgin Mobile has released its plans and Telstra has increased its data limits. We’re on the case with an updated version of our comprehensive Planhacker guide, listing every iPhone 4 contract plan in one handy table.
  2. Inside The Offices Of Moleskine
    If you’ve ever wondered what the offices behind those beloved little black notebooks look like, now’s your chance to take a peek inside.
  3. Optus iPhone 4 Plans No Longer Punish Tethering
    Optus has followed Telstra in announcing its iPhone 4 plans, with a good selection of options on offer and no sign whatsoever of the “tethering charge” which it controversially promoted for the iPhone 3GS.
  4. Telstra Announces Raft Of iPhone 4 Deals
    Telstra has become the first carrier to reveal plan pricing for the iPhone 4, offering the phone on its $49, $79 and $99 cap plans (as well as a number of others) when the phone goes on sale in Australia this Friday.
  5. Apple Sets Australian Price For iPhone 4
    We know the iPhone 4 goes on sale this Friday, and now we know how much it costs. If you buy the 16GB model direct from Apple, it will cost $859, according to a press release sent from Apple late on Monday night.
  6. Top 10 DIY Food Geek Projects
    The best-tasting food is the kind that comes from your own efforts, because victory tastes oh-so-sweet. Conquer KFC-style fried chicken, smoky barbecue, wood-fired pizza, five-minute bread and other DIY delicacies with these great food-focused projects.
  7. Mastercheap: The Big Lessons Learned
    I came, I spent $25, and I didn’t starve. But what lessons does Mastercheap hold for anyone trying to get better value from their shopping on an ongoing basis?
  8. Set Up A Fully Automated, Torrent-Seeding Media Centre
    We’ve featured a fully automated media centre set-up before, but Lifehacker reader Andre has improved on these methods, allowing you to download torrents to your media centre while still seeding them to others.
  9. What’s The Deal With Free iPhone 4 Cases In Australia?
    Apple promised every iPhone 4 customer a free case to deal with any potential reception issues, but as the Australian rollout this Friday draws closer, the mechanics of that process still aren’t clear — unless you happen to be an Optus customer.
  10. How To Rebuild Your Attention Span And Focus
    Most people who click on this article won’t finish reading it. So says Nick Carr. The New York Times will remind you that you’ll probably forget it in a few minutes. This idea’s so prevalent, even the Onion has started taking jabs.

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