Lunchtime Wrap: Camera Phone Photos & Cooking For Geeks

Lunchtime Wrap: Camera Phone Photos & Cooking For Geeks

Didn’t catch Lifehacker on Thursday? Learn how to organise your kitchen like a programmer and how to improve pictures from the camera on your phone.

How To Take Better Pictures With Your Phone’s Camera
Cameraphones have come a long way in the past few years, but they don’t always take point-and-shoot quality pictures on the first try. Here’s how to squeeze the best quality photos out of your smartphone’s camera.

Cooking For Geeks: Organise Your Kitchen Like A Programmer
Cooking for Geeks, Jeff Potter’s inspiring book of recipes, experiments, science and eye-opening kitchen advice, has a lot to teach us. In this section, Potter suggests smart ways to stash your tools, sort and label spices, and get uniform with dry goods

How To Make The Most Of Freelance Exchange Sites
Bidding for work or looking to get tasks done via freelance exchange sites can be an effective way of accessing new resources, but making the best use of them requires more than just quickly posting a project outline or responding “Yeah, I can do that for you”. Here’s some strategies to make the process pain-free (if you’re hiring) and worthwhile (if you’re selling your own services)

No Australian Plans Yet For Single-Use Facebook Passwords
Yesterday, we told you about Facebook’s latest security enhancements, which include remote logout and one-time passwords for use when you’re not at your own PC. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like Australian users will get a chance at the latter any time soon.

Log in to comment on this story!