Last Week’s 10 Biggest Posts

Last Week’s 10 Biggest Posts
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You wanted Mavericks upgrade advice, job interview techniques and . Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

  1. Ask LH: Should I Upgrade To OS X Mavericks?
    Dear Lifehacker, Now that Apple has released OS X Mavericks, I’ve looked over the features and I’m not sure if I should upgrade. I don’t know if any of the changes would really help and I don’t want to introduce new bugs and software incompatibilities. What do you think: should I upgrade now, never, or later on?
  2. Five Tricky Job Interview Questions (And The Right Answers)
    No matter how much interview preparation you do, there’s always that moment when the unexpected question shows up. Here are five particularly sneaky examples, why they get asked, and how you should respond.
  3. 7 Things I Wish I Had Known Before Getting Married
    This month, my husband and I celebrated our 12th wedding anniversary. A dozen years is both a long and a short time to be married, depending on how you look at it. Over the years, I’ve learned a few things about marriage I didn’t quite expect. Here are the things I think every single person should consider getting married.
  4. How To Fix OS X Mavericks’ Biggest Annoyances
    OS X Mavericks, which was released yesterday, does a few things that might get your goat. While it’s hard to complain about a free operating system, you’ll probably want to fix some of those annoyances.
  5. 10 Awesome Keyboard Shortcuts You Should Know
    When we asked Lifehacker readers to name their favourite keyboard shortcuts for a chance to win a Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop, we were bombarded with suggestions. Here are 10 of the most useful.
  6. Apple’s New iPad Air And mini With Retina Display: Full Australian Pricing
    Apple will release a slimmer, faster iPad, the iPad Air, on 1 November and an iPad Mini with retina display later that month — and Australia will be the first country in the world to see them. If you’re ready for an iPad upgrade, here’s what you’ll pay. No steep Australia tax on these, thank goodness, unlike the Mac Pro — though the older iPad 2 has gone up in price!
  7. How To Work A 60-Hour Week
    Forget the four-hour work week myth; for real productivity, you need to achieve a 60-hour work week or better. Here’s a five-step plan to make that happen.
  8. Ask LH: How Do I Stop Gaming From Ruining My Love-Life?
    Hi Lifehacker, I like playing games on my PC, PS3, phone, Xbox 360, tablet, and any other device I can get my hands on. I also work full time and currently have a girlfriend, but I have broken up with three previous girlfriends because of my gaming habit (Aion: The Tower of Eternity was the main culprit). What can I do to help balance my day and night, and keep my girlfriends?
  9. ALDI Mobile Halves Data Allowance On Unlimited Plans
    OK, so ALDI Mobile now looks like rather poorer value than before: it has just halved its monthly data allowance on its unlimited prepaid plan from 5GB to 2.5GB.
  10. Here’s How Telstra Is Putting Up Call Prices
    If you have a landline phone with Telstra, you’ll be paying more for most of your calls from January 1 2014. Call connection fees, local call costs and per-minute rates are all on the rise.

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