Briefly: Religion Hacker, 2014 Anime Guide, Scientific Dating Tips

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: The history of every major religion explained, Q4 2014 anime guide, is Domino’s “Pizza Tracker” telling the truth?

  • This week’s Humble Bundle features the works of Nordic Games. Pay $1 or more for Supreme Commander Gold Edition, AquaNox, AquaNox 2: Revelation, Black Mirror and Summoner. Beat the average price (currently $5.82) to also get MX vs ATV Reflex, Titan Quest Gold, Darksiders and Red Faction: Armageddon. Those who pay $10 or more will also score Darksiders II, SpellForce 2: Demons of the Past and Deadfall Adventures. As always, you can choose who gets the lion’s share of your money: Humble Bundle, the developers or the nominated charity. For more online bargains, head to our Hump Day Deals page.
  • Man has pondered the nature of existence from the moment he stopped messing about with apes. This gave rise to religion — and lots of ’em. This fascinating infographic attempts to lay it all out in chronological order. While the dates are approximate — many of these religions started before written records — this is how most theologists and historians agree that it all happened.
  • Ninety per cent of everything is crap. With anime, it’s more like 95 per cent. Thankfully, the otakus at Kotaku have sifted through the garbage to bring you the best new shows from Q4 2014. Click here to see their recommendations.
  • Domino’s has been using a “Pizza Tracker” for online orders for a while now. But does this fancy graphical widget actually telling the truth? Gizmodo investigates.
  • Plenty of men want to know what will make them irresistible to women – especially when it comes to things they can change and control. Here are six things that blokes can do to attract more ladies — according to the wonders of science.

  • The Cheapest NBN 50 Plans

    Here are the cheapest plans available for Australia’s most popular NBN speed tier.

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