I’m back at the Lifehacker desk after a Christmas/New Year holiday, but that doesn’t mean we stopped publishing over that time. Here are the best stories from the last fortnight you might have missed.
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Get the new work year off on the right foot by taking up any (or all) of these challenges.
Over the last two weeks of December, we rounded up the most popular Lifehacker stories of 2013. Here are all those posts in one easy-to-digest list.
Kotaku editor Mark Serrels explains how porridge revolutionised his life. This is not an exaggeration.
The latest in our regular Lifehacker U roundups highlights the best free courses available online. If your resolution for 2014 is to learn something new, this is the place to start.
Don’t feel bad about your high opinion of yourself — you can’t help it.
The right screen can make a big difference to your productivity. Here’s what you need to know.
Pretty pictures are fine, but your smartphone camera has a lot more potential.
Digital media is great in terms of storage space, but there are downsides to your all-binary entertainment future.
Feel like Google is trying to force you to use Google+? There are still ways to avoid it.
Many of us are back in the office, but that doesn’t mean the hot weather has stopped. Check out our Summerhacker posts for tips on staying cool.