Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted an excuse to eat a Serious Lamb Burger, some ALDI bargains and the best Dropbox tactics. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

  1. McDonald’s Serious Lamb Burger Will Fatten You Even Faster Than A Big Mac
    Today McDonald’s starts selling its first ever lamb burger, the creatively-titled Serious Lamb Burger. I’m as keen on the notion of tomato, beetroot, aioli, ketchup, egg and onion as the next burger addict, but be warned: this is quite the kilojoule-packed meal.
  2. ScanEye Knows What You’ve Been Torrenting
    Think you’ve been careful with your BitTorrent activity? Think again. ScanEye is a new site that creepily knows what you’ve downloaded on BitTorrent and shows it to you shows, serving as a good reminder to keep your activities private.
  3. Top 10 Clever Uses For Dropbox
    Dropbox is an awesome service. You can back your files up to the cloud, sync them between computers, and share them with your friends. That’s not all it can do, though. Here are our top 10 favourite clever uses for our favourite file syncing program.
  4. Five Best Desktop Keyboards
    Picking the ideal keyboard for your needs can be tough. Everyone has differing opinions and needs, but a few models stand out above the rest. This week we’re going to look at five of the best keyboards, based on your nominations.
  5. What’s A Good Buy At The ALDI Tech Sale?
    ALDI’s special buy sale category this Saturday is heavy on tech, with laptops, MP3 players and TVs all on the list. We’ve filtered through what’s on offer to identify what’s a good deal, what’s average and what’s worth avoiding.
  6. Infographic: How Australians Spend $184 Per Day On General Living Costs
    That $184 a day totals up to a whopping $43,376 since the beginning of this year. That figure comes to you courtesty of the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC), which has also summed up many of the most interesting figures in this infographic. Woah; we spend $14 billion a year on alcohol!
  7. Give Your Old Laptop An Extreme Makeover
    No matter how fast and shiny your laptop was when you first bought it, time takes its toll. Your laptop is now dirtier, hotter, slower and less effective than is was on day one. Here’s how to give your laptop an extreme makeover and bring it back to (or at least closer to) its former glory.
  8. The Interview Question That Is Always Asked (And How To Nail It)
    “Do you have any questions for us?” As someone who regularly conducts interviews, I find it staggering how many interviewees are not prepared for the one question that you can be absolutely certain will be asked. In some ways, it is the most important question of the entire interview. The interviewer will look at the questions that you ask as representative of your top priorities.
  9. iiNet And Internode Mobile Plans: Any Good?
    You might think of iiNet and its Internode subsidiary primarily as internet service providers, but both have also updated their mobile phone offerings in recent days. We’ve analysed what’s in their new plans and compared them to other offerings on the market.
  10. Five Career Setbacks (And How To Recover)
    Have you ever felt like burying your head in the sand and waiting until no one remembers what just happened? Positive thinking sounds awesome in theory, but it won’t help you erase a mistake. What can help is smart, adaptive action. Here are five common workplace blunders and what you can do to make the best of them.


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