Briefly: Giant Funnel Web, Breast Milk 101, iPhone 6s Live Blog

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Scientists discover a massive 30-year-old funnel web spider in NSW, the crazy miracle of breast milk explained, how to watch Apple's iPhone 6s event live.

  • Here's a little story to delight arachnophobes: Scientists from ANU have discovered what is believed to be a giant, 30-year old funnel web spider in Booderee National Park. Gizmodo has the scary info.
  • Ever wondered how breast milk works? What, not even a little bit? Well, check out this Gizmodo post anyway. It's pretty amazing stuff.
  • Apple is kicking off a special event in the wee hours of the Australian morning. If you're desperate to get the news as soon as possible, you can get live updates here.
  • Dimmi is offering half-price coupons to more than 35 restaurants to celebrate Restaurant Week. For more online bargains, head to our Hump Day Deals page.


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