Lunchtime Wrap: Easy Hackintosh & Fast Tracking

Didn't catch Lifehacker on Tuesday? Check out our step-by-step guide to building a Hackintosh and learn why fast-tracking on TV is often a slow-lane strategy.

How To Build A Hackintosh Mac And Install OS X In Eight Easy Steps Building a Hackintosh from scratch—that is, installing Mac OS X on non-Mac hardware—has never been easier, and the final product has never performed better. Here’s how it works.

How Fast-Tracking Has Hit The Slow Lane Fast-tracking shows so that they’re broadcast in Australia soon after their first appearance on US or UK networks is an obvious strategy to try and cut down on BitTorrent downloads. Unfortunately, it’s not a strategy that networks appear to apply with any consistency.

Defeat Food Thieves Once And For All With Laxatives We’ve taken a look at a few ways to handle kitchen thieves, like using fake mouldy sandwich bags, but if nothing is working it’s time to move to a more extreme measure: including laxatives with your food.

Line Coat Hangers With Cardboard For Fewer Creases Coat-hangers from dry cleaners often include a strip of cardboard to keep trousers in place and minimise creasing. You can get the same effect yourself using old-fashioned cardboard tubes.


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