From The Tips Box: OneNote Summaries, Flickr Viewers, Testicular Health

From The Tips Box: OneNote Summaries, Flickr Viewers, Testicular Health

Lifehacker readers offer their best tips for creating summary pages in OneNote, getting full-size images in the new Flickr viewer mode, and remembering to perform testicular self-exams.

Every day we receive boatloads of great reader tips. From the Tips Box is where we round up some of our favourites. Got a tip of your own to share? Add it in the comments or send it using the contact tab on the right.

Create Summary Pages in OneNote

From The Tips Box: OneNote Summaries, Flickr Viewers, Testicular Health

Cass reminds us about how to create useful summary pages in OneNote:

I just “discovered” OneNote several months ago too. My favourite feature is “Create Summary Page.” I take daily notes at work now and I just have to tag a task in my notes to have it show up, categorized, when I create my notes page the next day.

View Full-Size Images in the New Flickr Viewer Mode

From The Tips Box: OneNote Summaries, Flickr Viewers, Testicular Health

Tushar shares a simple way to view full-size images in Flickr’s new viewer mode:

Here’s a simple hack to get to the full size images in the new Flickr viewer mode: add in sizes/o after the Flickr image URL.

Write Important Reminders on Your Shampoo Bottle

From The Tips Box: OneNote Summaries, Flickr Viewers, Testicular Health

Simon shares a clever way to remember important things you might need to do in the shower:

We all know we should check our nuts regularly for lumps that signal a potentially cancerous growth. But you know how it goes — you’re in the shower in the morning, half asleep, waking up to your mental to-do list for the day, and of course you don’t remember the nut-check thing.

Fix GIFs to Upload Properly on Tumblr

From The Tips Box: OneNote Summaries, Flickr Viewers, Testicular Health

Cory clues us in to a site for prepping GIFs for Tumblr:

If you’ve ever used Tumblr before, you’d know how terrible posting a GIF is. You get an error or sometimes the GIF is frozen. Nobody really knows what the limits of what you’re allowed to upload is. We whipped up a simple drag-and-drop web app that automatically converts and optimizes any GIF to work on Tumblr. Problem solved and its free and easy.