Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted: KFC DIY chicken recipe, how to delete TV shows and movies from your Netflix viewing history and what happens when you fill a car's petrol tank with coke. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from last week.

  1. How To Make Real KFC Chicken (With All 11 'Secret' Herbs And Spices)
    Australian fund manager Michael Glennon has blasted cryptocurrency as "useless" and referred to bitcoin as a “quasi-ponzi scheme”. Like many finance experts, he predicts terrible times ahead for all-in crypto converts. Here's what he thinks you should be investing in instead.
  2. How To Delete TV Shows And Movies From Your Netflix Viewing History
    There are various reasons you might want to delete certain shows and movies from your Netflix viewing history. Maybe you "Netflix cheated" on your partner and want to hide the evidence. Maybe your kids keep using your account to watch crap about ponies and mermaids. Or maybe you accidentally clicked on Adam Sandler's Jack And Jill and need to erase this horrifying blot from existence.
  3. Australian Open 2018: How To Watch Live, Online And For Free
    On Monday (January 15), one of the world's biggest tennis events - the Australian Open - returns to the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne. If you're stuck at work when it's all happening or don't have access to free-to-air TV for whatever reason, we have you covered! Here's how to watch the 2018 Australian Open from your desk or on your mobile phone for free.
  4. Sydney Trains 24-Hour Strike: What You Need To Know
    Sydney Trains workers have announced they will be going on strike following a breakdown in negotiations between the train union and rail management. This means train services are about to experience major delays - including during the peak hour rush. Here's what you need to know.
  5. Here's What Happens When You Fill A Car's Petrol Tank With Coke
    Most of us definitely haven't thought about what a car would do if we put other liquids in an engine that runs on petrol. But cars are running on all kinds of stuff these days, right? Like electricity, and so on? That's what I hear. It's worth a try to put Coke in the tank, in case fuel prices go up and we all get desperate.
  6. Amazon Australia: One Month Later
    On December 5 2017, Amazon Australia opened its virtual doors, in the dead of night. After weeks of speculation and rumour, credit cards were unleashed and bargains were ready to be hunted. Amazon didn't make any huge promises, but Aussies expected a lot from the 800-pound gorilla once they landed on our shore.
  7. Don't Buy A New Samsung Phone Until The Galaxy S9 Comes Out
    If you made it through the holiday season without buying a new smartphone (or getting one as a gift) you may be itching for an upgrade. And if you're an Apple fan, go crazy - we probably won't see a new iPhone until late-2018 anyway - but if you're an Android user you should wait, at least until the Galaxy S9 arrives next month.
  8. Ask LH: What Happens To My Credit Card Debt When I Die?
    Dear Lifehacker, I'm getting on in life and at this point it seems unlikely that my credit card debts will ever be paid off in full. (I can barely afford the monthly interest repayments, let alone the outstanding debt.) I also don't own much in the way of assets. So my question is: What happens to my credit debt when I die? Do I need to worry about my adult son getting saddled with my debt? Thanks, Down And Downtrodden
  9. You Can Now Send iMessages On Android, As Long As You Have A Mac
    PIf it wasn't for iMessage, I would have ditched my iPhone for Android years ago, but because the rest of my family (and most of my friends) use iOS devices, I'm locked into Apple's world. Otherwise, I would be missing out on iMessage-only group chats (I know it's pathetic, but it's true).
  10. The Best Deals From Ebay’s Huge Tech Sale
    Ebay is running a big tech sale at the moment with lots of bargains for the savvy shopper. The sale runs for the next few days and includes products from over 40 vendors covering home entertainment, storage, cameras, PC components and complete computer systems. We've scoured the site to find some of the best bargains in the most popular categories.

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