From Apple Music to Windows 10, we covered the biggest news and tips. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:
- How To Become A Cunnilingus Master [NSFW]
Cunnilingus has an undeserved reputation of being one of the trickiest sexual acts to perform well. I think this characterisation is grounded in cultural judgements of women's genitals as being "complicated" and "mysterious". Let's lay this unfair reputation to rest with some straightforward advice on performing some awesome cunnilingus.
- How Windows 10 Update And The New 'Patch Tuesday' Will Work
There are a lot of vague announcements and a myriad of conclusions from security experts and the media regarding recent Microsoft news about the upcoming release of Windows 10 and the introduction of Windows Update for Business. What's actually happening?
- Australian Apple Music Pricing: No, Not $9.99 A Month
As expected, Apple used its annual WWDC developer event to officially launch Apple Music, its
Spotify/Pandora knock-offsubscription music service. And while that service will cost $US9.99 a month (with a three-month free trial) in the US, that price won't translate across to Australia.
- This Flowchart Helps You Find Your Career Personality Type
Deciding on a career is daunting, especially when you're not quite sure what you want to do for a living. To start you in the right direction, it might help to know your career personality type.
- Ask LH: Is The iPhone 5 Still Worth Buying?
Is the original iPhone 5 worth buying in 2015? I'm looking for a phone to replace my fourth-generation iPod and to finally upgrade from a flip phone, but I don't want to spend a fortune. Any thoughts?
- Turning Off The Lights Isn't The Best Way To Save Energy In Your Home
If you wanted to reduce your home's energy consumption, what's the first thing you would do? If you're like most people, you'd start by turning off more lights, or maybe the TV. However, the appliances that will save you the most energy are the ones you rarely think about.
- Why Uber Means The End Of Work As We Know It
If you are a driver for Uber or ride-sharing platform Lyft, a host on AirBnB, or a "tasker" doing odd jobs on TaskRabbit, you may consider yourself what has been recently labelled a "micropreneur".
- How Badly Will New Hand Luggage Guidelines Mess Up Aussie Travellers?
There are new hand luggage guidelines incoming, and that usually means trouble for regular travellers. Here's what you need to know.
- Six Myths About Digestion That Just Won't Die
Most of us have a vague idea of how digestion works: we eat food, break it down (that's the scientific term, right?) and, somehow, profit. But without a better understanding of what goes on in there, we're liable to believe a few bizarre myths that have become commonplace.
- How To Avoid The Most Common Grilling Mistakes
Want to make better use of your BBQ? It's important to know what not to do. Don't let your skewers overcook, your burger become bland, or your steaks dry out. Here are some basic tenets to follow to avoid the most common BBQ mistakes.
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