You wanted cheap pizzas and airline tickets, pricey properties, and the most useful programming languages. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:
- Sleep In The Nude To Boost Self-Confidence
Okay, so this life-hack might not be particularly enticing in the middle of winter, but those who are willing to brave bedtime in the buff will have a newfound confidence to go with their chill. (If you share a bed with your partner, it can also lead to more nooky. Hurrah!)
- The 20 Suburbs Where Property Markets Are Growing Fastest
Looking for a new investment property in a fast-growing suburb? Surprisingly, your best bet might be to look in Canberra.
- Are $4.95 Pizzas A Viable Business Model?
The battle for affordable pizza between Pizza Hut and Domino's took an interesting turn last week, with 80 Pizza Hut franchisees lodging an injunction against the parent company's "$4.95 pizza" promotion. While the Federal Court rejected the injunction, it does present an interesting question: is there such a thing as a pizza that's too cheap?
- When Each Australian Airline Puts Flights On Sale
Trying to track down cheap flights? Knowing when tickets go on sale is an important strategy. Here's when to strike to find the best deals on Australian domestic carriers.
- How Your Phone Can Make You A Better Worker At The Office
At the office, don't think that the computer is the only tool you need. Used right, your smartphone can help you better navigate life at the workplace.
- This Video Explains The Pros And Cons Of Different Display Connectors
Looking to buy a new video card or monitor? Linus at TechQuickie explains the differences between display connectors like DisplayPort, DVI and HDMI.
- Takeaway Truth: KFC Double Shell Zinger Taco
Takeaway Truth is a regular Lifehacker feature where we compare marketing images against what you actually get served. Today: KFC's Double Shell Zinger Taco. (Plus taste test!)
- Fast Food Face-Off: McDonald's Fries Versus Hungry Jack's Fries
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 fries versus Hungry Jack's fries.
- Five Computer Security Myths, Debunked By Experts
Some computer security myths and stories that keep getting passed around, even though they're clearly not true. We sat down with computer security experts to separate fact from fiction.
- The Top Programming Languages, Ranked By Popularity
If you're interested in learning to code, for fun or financial gain, this interactive chart from IEEE Spectrum can help you pick the first (or next) language to learn.