Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: Smartphone screen size and resolution buying tips, new Chris Lilley clip, never miss out on your exercise regime with the “Anywhere Workout”.
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- Screen size and resolution are two of the most important things to consider when it comes to buying a new smartphone. Gizmodo has published a buyer’s guide focusing on displays — from the most popular dimensions on the market to calculating pixels per inch (PPI).
- If you’re a fan of Australian comedian Chris Lilley get ready to rejoice: Ja’mie the private schoolgirl — arguably his greatest and most grotesque creation — is returning to TV screens next month. Here’s a new clip of the titular tantrum-thrower learning to drive. Ja’mie: Private School Girl is set to air 23 October, 9pm on ABC1.
- Maintaining an exercise regime is a lot easier if you’re not tethered to a gym or big piece of equipment. With that in mind, PopSugar Health & Fitness has presented an “Anywhere Workout” which includes a quick set of bursts for each day of the week.
- Elsewhere on PopSugar Health & Fitness, find out why you should be drinking liquid chlorophyll; “a green pigment found in algae and plants that helps alkalise the body.” It’s basically an internal cleanser and deodorant that can apparently clear the skin and brighten the eyes. Click here to learn more.