Last Week’s 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted router advice, HTML5 demystified and pizza comparisons. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

  1. Should Sexy Attire Be Banned From The Workplace?
    The Australian Taxation Office has reportedly initiated a crack down on skimpy business skirts, with employees sent home for wearing “revealing” or “immodest” outfits. Do you think it’s acceptable to force women to follow a modest dress code? Or should we all have the right to be professional and sexy? Discuss.
  2. Blind Taste Test: Pizza Hut Vs. Domino’s Pizza
    “Domino’s or Pizza Hut?” It’s an age-old question that has caused countless arguments at house parties, LAN events and footy nights around the country. Everyone seems to have a personal favourite, but few people have actually tried them side-by-side. In a bid to find out who makes the best pizza, we enlisted the taste buds of our Allure Media colleagues in a blind taste test. Check out our video for the final verdict!
  3. Killer Interview Question: Will You Drive My Car To Lunch?
    Another addition parks itself in our collection of killer interview questions, and it’s a doozy: Will you drive my car to lunch?
  4. What The ACCC Case Against Coles Means For Supermarket Shoppers
    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is taking supermarket giant Coles to court, alleging that it has engaged in “unconscionable conduct” against suppliers. Why does that matter, and what difference might it make to your supermarket experience in the long run?
  5. Take The ‘Supertasker’ Test To See If You’re A Genius
    The following test was developed by US psychologists to identify ‘supertaskers’ — people who excel at completing cognitive tasks simultaneously. According to the study’s results, just 2 per cent of the population are truly capable of supertasking, with most people’s brains unable to handle the overload. Take the test yourself to see if you’re that rare breed of human.
  6. Five Myths About HTML5 You Shouldn’t Believe
    HTML5 is essential for developing modern web sites and frequently touted as a future path for mobile app development, but its reputation is often clouded by hype. Here are five myths about HTML5 you shouldn’t believe.
  7. Dealhacker: Get A 3D Printer From Kogan For $699
    Bargain-basement retailer Kogan has added a 3D printer to its online store. With an RRP of $699, the da Vinci 1.0 3D Printer is one of the cheapest 3D printers on the market; especially when you factor in international shipping costs.
  8. Learn How ‘Tenting’ Works To Make Intercourse Easier
    No, we’re not talking about the cutesy term for the shape your pants make, guys. Tenting occurs when the vaginal tube expands, which is what makes intercourse possible. It’s one of several key stages of arousal that clinical sexologist Dr Lindsey Doe explains in this video.
  9. The Most Important Security Settings To Change On Your Router
    Your router is the first line of defence against hackers trying to access all the internet-connected devices in your home. Sadly, many of the top Wi-Fi routers are easy to hack. You should be concerned — and also make sure your router is set up properly.
  10. Ask LH: Should I Buy My Own Router Or Use One From My ISP?
    Hi Lifehacker, I’ve just finished building a new house which has Cat5e cabling and am looking at my modem and router options. It seems that the best speed I can get is ADSL2+ so the download and upload capabilities of the modem aren’t going to be critical; the ability for the router to transfer traffic around the home network at maximum speed is going to matter more.

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