Briefly: Food Allergy Tips, Jetstar 2-For-1 Deal, Richmond $1 Land Block Sale

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: Buy one Jetstar ticket get one free, Richmond Shire Council teases $1 land block sale, Food Allergy Week safety guide.

  • The girls at PopSugar Health & Fitness have put together a safety guide for Food Allergy Week. The article covers the most common triggers and the difference between food allergies and food intolerance.
  • You can now watch the world edit Wikipedia in real time via the Wikipedia Recent Changes Map. As its name implies, the site shows a map of the world and the pages being edited on Wikipedia at any given moment. See it in action here .
  • You and a friend can currently fly on Jetstar for the price of a single ticket via Jetstar’s Take A Friend Free sale. The deal includes international flights such as Bali, Singapore and Honolulu. Most flights are valid between October and December 2013 or February and March, 2014. [Via OzBargain]
  • We recently explained the Bitcoin basics in an Ask LH post, but how do Bitcoin transactions actually work? This infographic over at Gizmodo explains the logistics of how it’s done.
  • Richmond Shire Council is considering sale of $1 blocks of land via a ballot system if enough interest is received. Explains the council’s website: “Council would like to gauge interest and has started an expressions of interest list. Your details can be recorded on the list. Please provide your name, address and phone or email contact to [email protected] ” Both rural residential land and industrial land is available for sale. Find out more at the Queensland Government Richmond website.

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