You wanted Easter eggs, sweet dreams, unlimited NBN and better Wi-Fi. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:
- It’s Official: Aussies Are World Champion Shaggers [Infographic]
According to worldwide data collected by sex-tracking app Spreadsheets, Australians engage in longer lasting sex than any other country. Check out the below infographic to see how your ‘sexy time’ measures up.
- Ask LH: What’s The Best ISP Option For A Saucy Webcam Babe?
Hi Lifehacker, I work from home as a webcam model, so I need a very reliable internet connection. I can’t have any delay of any sort or I lose customers. My laptop is a bit old — is there anything I can do to ensure the best connection? Thanks, Model Citizen
- The Coolest Things You Can Automatically Add To Google Calendar
Google Calendar is a wonderful tool. While many people may know that you can import pre-made calendars with lists of various holidays in them, there’s a lot more cool stuff you can do with the service.
- Why ‘Fat And Fit’ Is A Dangerous Myth
The idea that people can be healthy at any weight has gained credence in recent years, despite widespread evidence that obesity creates health risks. While the idea is attractive, it’s also dangerous because it can lull people who need to lose weight now into a false sense of security.
- Lifehacker’s 2014 Google Easter Egg Guide
Just in time for the super-long weekend, here’s an indulgence that won’t rot your teeth or expand your waistline: a complete list of Google easter eggs.
- How To Train Your Brain For Better Dreams
There’s nothing quite like waking up after an incredibly lucid dream. Whether you were flying through the heavens, starring in your own action movie or making out with your secret crush, the lingering memory can put a spring in your step for the rest of the day. Unfortunately, most dreams are meandering, colourless and entirely forgettable — which is why you need these hallucinatory dream hacks.
- TPG’s Unlimited NBN Plan Is Finally Here
TPG first announced plans for an “unlimited” broadband service way back in September 2012. That deal is finally available, but as with any purportedly unlimited deal, it pays to read the fine print carefully.
- 9 Tips To Improve Wireless Connectivity In The Office
Two things that really upset people when they try to connect to a wireless network is that a) the connection is not free and b) that it doesn’t work properly. The reaction is very much the same within an office environment. Employees not only expect the company to provide wireless but they also expect a decent connection, at par with the wired network.
- Make Smarter Purchases With The ‘Stranger Test’
Having trouble deciding whether you should blow money on that new gadget? Budgets Are Sexy has a simple test that might help.
- Be A Better Negotiator With These Three Rules
Negotiations are tough, but even if the idea of negotiating scares you a bit, you don’t have to be a pro to get what you want. Scientific American points to three simple, research backed tips that can help you get what you want.
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