Last Week’s 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted World Cup streaming, slow cooker meals and the best takeaway breakfast. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

  1. Delicious Dishes You Didn’t Know You Could Make In A Slow Cooker
    You’ve probably heard about slow cookers, and how they can save you time and money in the kitchen. Most people use them for slowly-simmered soups and stews — but did you know you can make cheesecake in your slow cooker? What about barbecue ribs? Let’s talk about some unexpected, delicious meals that are surprisingly slow cooker-friendly.
  2. How To Stream The 2014 World Cup
    The World Cup kicks off on Friday morning, and for once there’s a very clear choice if you want to watch it online. Here’s how to get your soccer fix on the screen of your choice.
  3. Here’s What You Need To Stream Every FIFA World Cup Match For Free
    Over the next fortnight, Aussie football fanatics will be able to watch the entire 2014 World Cup via SBS’ On-Demand app. Not just the main matches, or the ones that Australia is taking part in — but every single game. All you need is an internet connection and one of the following devices
  4. Ask LH: Should I Install The iOS 8 And OS X Yosemite Betas?
    Dear Lifehacker, I’m not a developer or anything, but I’m really excited about the new improvements in iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite. Is it safe to install the betas for them? What’s the experience going to be like if I do?
  5. Fast Food Face-Off: McDonald’s McMuffin Versus Hungry Jack’s Muffin
    Fast Food Face-Off is a new, occasional Lifehacker feature where we compare two seemingly identical takeaway products from rival stores to determine which offers the best value. Today: McDonald’s Bacon & Egg McMuffin versus Hungry Jack’s Bacon & Egg Muffin.
  6. How To Slack Off At Work (And Not Get Caught)
    We’re all for productivity, but some days you just need to find a way to de-stress and relax a little bit. Unfortunately, goofing off at work makes you look bad and can get you in a lot of trouble. Here are some ways you can pass the time on a slow day and keep Sauron’s eye off of you.
  7. Ask LH: Can My Local Pizza Shop Charge Me For Using EFTPOS?
    Hi Lifehacker, The local pizza shop charged me an extra dollar for using EFTPOS even though it was a savings account. I understand a 1 per cent surcharge for credit card but this seems excessive. Is this legal?
  8. Eight Stubborn Alcohol Myths, Debunked By Science
    The act of drinking alcohol is surrounded by myths. Whether it’s the idea you can trick breathalysers or the suggestion that caffeine sobers you up, let’s debunk some of these misconceptions so we can actually enjoy our drinks.
  9. How Do Costco Smartphone Prices Compare?
    Costco sells food in vast containers at cheap prices. But are its smartphone deals such good value? Planhacker investigates.
  10. How To Decide What To Do With Your Life
    When you’re young, the world is your oyster and opportunities seem endless, but there can be a lot of pressure to decide on a life path. How do you know what career to pursue and what to do with your future?

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