Everything I’ve written online since July 22, 2009

Neatly summarised in the perhaps vain hope that the recent burst of activity here will continue and I’ll get back to daily summaries. Predictably, there’s a lot more Lifehacker than anything else.

Group 1: APC

  • Windows 7 may slow PC sales
  • Sony bans hi-def porn in Aussie factory

    Group 2: SearchSecurity

  • Commonwealth Bank, Australia post, BUPA and NSW Fire Brigade explain their security strategies
  • How Queensland Sugar fought off a denial of service attack
  • URL shorteners represent a new threat

    Group 3: iTWire

  • Managing enterprise smart phones can cost $4,500 a head: Gartner

    Group 4: Lifehacker

  • DIY IKEA BlackBerry Stand (promptly picked up by the US site)
  • Add Every Other Cell In A Column In Excel
  • What Happens To Your Luggage Once It’s Checked In? (Road Worrier)
  • Google Jump To Links Help Navigate Long Pages
  • Last Week’s Best Posts
  • Artog Travel Insurance Compares Rates For Overseas Trips
  • Coles Offering 20% Off Mobile Recharges
  • Reading Room Revamp Still Has Flaws
  • Foxtel Readies New Channels, Download Services
  • Google Place Pages Provide Area Information
  • Officeworks iPhone App Has Product Listings, Store Locations
  • How Much Caffeine Would It Take To Kill You?
  • Save Money On Shampoo By Using Detergent
  • Five Cool Features Of Macquarie Edge (Loaded)
  • Dan Murphy’s Event Planner Calculates Your Drinking Needs
  • Byteside Offering iTunes, Brief And Audio Versions
  • DIY IKEA Handbag Rack
  • iDumpit BlackBerry App Offers Mobile-Exclusive Bargains
  • Enhance Your Wi-Fi Network Security (Lifehacker 101)
  • TicketChoice Adds Event Listings, Social Networking
  • The Basics Of White Balance
  • Chime Lets Aussies Update Twitter Via SMS
  • txtctr Counts Characters In iPhone SMS Messages
  • Rate The Loo Helps You Find The Best Toilets
  • What Are The Unwritten Ground Rules At Your Workplace?
  • SMS My Ride Lets You Warn Other Drivers
  • Catch Of The Day Pressure Cooker Sale This Wednesday
  • YouTube Resume Continues Videos Where You Left Off
  • Do Road Warriors Need An iPod Dock? (Road Worrier)
  • Improve Your Writing With Dan Brown’s Mistakes
  • Last Week’s Best Posts
  • Aargh, It’s Speak Like A Pirate Day
  • When Fried Eggs Can Be Good For You
  • Why You’ll Soon Have More Supermarket Choices
  • MyHouseHunt.com.au Adds Maps, Property Shortlists
  • Get Acrobat Reader To Work With 64-Bit Windows
  • Aussies No Longer Panicked About Saving
  • 3G Broadband A Safer Choice Than Wi-Fi
  • Watch Lifehacker Live On Byteside
  • Dodgy Ad Techniques That Telcos Can’t Use Anymore (Loaded)
  • Comic Reader Turns PSP Into An Ebook Reader (Almost)
  • Google Makes Shift To reCAPTCHA By Buying It
  • How Minimal Can Your Calendar Get?
  • Skinny Thighs Can Point To Poor Health
  • The Telstra Split 101 (Lifehacker 101)
  • Music Videos Most Popular YouTube Content
  • Linux.conf.au 2010 Schedule Now Up
  • Find Where Stimulus Money Got Spent In Your Area
  • iView On PS3 Should Be Here In 2010
  • Credit Card Finder Outlines Australian Credit Card Deals
  • Check Firefox Extension Settings After Upgrading
  • Government To Force Telstra To Structurally Separate
  • Is Technology Being Used Effectively To Help 000?
  • Google Maps Adds Australian Traffic Information
  • 113% Of Australians Own Mobile Services
  • Optus Offers iPhone Billing Tracker Application
  • Picking The Best Airline Seat (Road Worrier)
  • PowerPoint Terminology Explained For The Confused
  • Last Week’s Best Posts
  • Foods To Help Fight Prostate Cancer
  • Don’t Neglect Your Camera Manual
  • Knife Handling Secrets From Jamie Oliver
  • How To Get Crayon Marks Off Your TV Screen
  • Office 2010 Paste Improves, Could Still Be Better
  • eBay Results Change As Stores Get New Focus
  • Make That IKEA Concealed Laptop Desk Less Ugly
  • Top 10 Ways To Save Money On Food (Loaded)
  • Google Search Box To Get Bigger
  • Australian Pricing For New iPod Models
  • How To Deal With Fussy Eaters
  • MacTheMagazine Packed With Mac Tips
  • Understand ‘Best Before’ And ‘Use By’ Dates
  • Repeat 000 Time Wasters Will Have Their Mobiles Blocked
  • Time Shift TV Ratings Plans Firm Up
  • Is Adobe Reader The Most Evil Program Ever?
  • Shut Your Eyes When Brushing For Whiter Teeth
  • Archive Binge Helps You Catch Up On RSS Feeds
  • Top 10 Food Hacks, 2009 Edition
  • How Can You Take 365 Different Photos Of Yourself?
  • Coles Promises To Your Bench Grocery Deliveries
  • Assign Tasks The Right Day To Get Them Done
  • British Library Sound Archive Offers Rare Recordings
  • Making The Best Of Airline Food (Road Worrier)
  • ABC Wants iView Carried For Free On The NBN
  • It’s Food Week At Lifehacker
  • Last Week’s Best Posts
  • Don’t Be A Cheapskate On Father’s Day
  • Google Sports Calendars Include One Australian Sport
  • Why Are Internet Cafes Still Popular?
  • Tricks For Finding Cheaper iPhone Apps
  • Contract Workers Are Seeing Pay Decline
  • Time Shift Viewing Will Finally Get Included In Ratings
  • GetPrice Adds iPhone Application
  • DIY Landing Strip Storage
  • What’s Happened To Your Salary In The Last Decade?
  • Hi, I’m Consolidates Social Networks On One Page (promptly picked up by the US site)
  • Seven’s 4G Plans For Perth Not Such Great News
  • DIY Chalkboard Paint (promptly picked up by the US site)
  • Right-Click For Fast Excel Sheet Navigation
  • Wikipedia Editing For Beginners (Lifehacker 101)
  • Perkler Tracks Your Loyalty Programs Online
  • Internet Archive Offers Public Domain Movie Downloads
  • Zone 2 Melbourne Buses Free On Weekends In September
  • Set A Password On Your Outlook File
  • Why Too Much Hand Sanitiser Is A Bad Idea
  • Don’t Trust Offers Of Early Super Access
  • Wellington Gets Transit Information On Google Maps
  • Commercial TV Scheduling Is A Joke
  • TV Complaints Could Soon Be Lodged By Email
  • JB Hi-Fi Has Two $20 iTunes Cards For $30
  • Be A More Productive Traveller On The Road (Road Worrier)
  • Vodafone 3G Now Covers 94% Of Australia
  • Last Week’s Best Posts
  • More Than Half Of Australia Has Digital TV
  • Curing Insomnia With Online Tools
  • TwitterLogos Offers Graphics To Promote Your Twitter Life
  • Adobe Customers On Support Hold For Two Hours
  • Google Might Ditch CAPTCHA One Day
  • Woolworths May Do Data Plans After All
  • Beanhunter Tracks Independent Cafes
  • Netbooks Rapidly Grabbing Notebook Market Share
  • Don’t Get Ripped Off With Foreign Currency (Loaded)
  • Adelaide Bus Gets Wi-Fi Service
  • Air Canada Offers iPhone App For Check-In
  • Show Off Your Cooking Skills On TV
  • Are On-Screen Keyboards Really More Secure?
  • Persistence Is Key To iPod Music Copying (Lifehacker 101)
  • Use Google Calendar To Send Free SMS
  • GPS On Your Mobile Phone Illegal In Cars
  • Make Better Black And White Conversions In Photoshop
  • Google Offering Wikipedia Sub-Links In Results
  • DIY IKEA Earring Holder
  • Hostel Hero Books Hostels Via Your iPod
  • Heapr Searches Google, Twitter, Wolfram Alpha And Wikipedia
  • Ten Ways Not To Use PowerPoint
  • Failed Travel Transactions On The Rise
  • Let The ACCC Know What You Think About Postage Increases
  • Is Premium Economy Worth The Money? (Road Worrier)
  • staticICE Hover Shows Price Ranges
  • Last Week’s Best Posts
  • Reading Faces (And Emoticons) Less Universal Than You Think
  • DIY Cardboard Pinhole Cameras
  • Carve Your Keyboard Into the Desk
  • What Features Does Your Smart Phone Lack?
  • Disable Recent Documents History In Windows 7
  • Digital Luggage Scales: Still Essential, Now Affordable
  • Yellow Pages iPhone App Now Available
  • Suna Finally Arrives In Canberra
  • Windows 7 Upgrade Pricing Still Messy
  • Costco Has Some Good Deals For Tech (Loaded)
  • Online Video Not Quite Mainstream
  • The Hulu/iView/iPlayer Overseas Viewing FAQ (Lifehacker 101)
  • No Float Imminent For Qantas Frequent Flyers
  • ABC Trialling iView On PS3
  • US Money More Likely To Attract Customs Attention
  • Australia Post Has 10% iTunes Discount
  • Microsoft Concedes That The Ribbon Isn’t Intuitive
  • AlbumArtExchange Offers High-Quality Album Art
  • Coastalwatch Splashes Out With iGoogle Version
  • Your Lights Are On! Sends SMS To Save Your Car Battery
  • Declaring Bankruptcy On Your To-Do List
  • Internode Shows Call Wait Times On Its Site
  • 10 Geeky Projects For National Science Week
  • Four Corners Investigates Online Crime
  • Comparing Netbook Broadband Bundles (Road Worrier)
  • Woolworths Offering 20% Off iTunes Cards
  • Last Week’s Best Posts
  • DIY Bookshelf Pod
  • Mitre 10 Busted By ACCC
  • Australia Post Giving Away Scales
  • Mac Office Gets Business Version For Double The Money
  • Twitter To Officially Support Retweets
  • Have Your Say On The Government’s Web 2.0 Plans
  • Why You Should Challenge A Dubious Tax Assessment (Loaded)
  • Where Guests Hide Stuff In Hotel Rooms
  • Millions Now Using Wireless Broadband
  • Phixxit Lets You Rate Your Favourite Tech
  • Top 5 Things You Should Never Pay Full Price For (Lifehacker 101)
  • Internode Launches Naked ADSL2+ In Tasmania
  • Is Tweeting The Birth Experience Going Too Far?
  • iHateHolding Gets You A Real Person On The Phone
  • Belkin Flythru Might Help With Airport Security
  • Queensland Citytrain Wi-Fi Inches Closer
  • How To Travel For Free
  • Make A Life Poster Using Picasa
  • MakeOfficeBetter.com Seeks Suggestions For Office 2010
  • iiNet BoB Is An All-In-One Router And Charging Station
  • Score Free DVDs When You Buy New Tech
  • ABC Switches Off Unmetered iView
  • Building The Google Chrome Icon In Lego
  • Avoid Extra Charges That Inflate Air Ticket Prices
  • Telling People About Digital TV Is Costly
  • Last Week’s Best Posts
  • How To Make Your Own Mousepad
  • Use Baking Paper To Keep The Office Sandwich Press Clean
  • Hit Inbox Zero When 12:34:56 7/8/9 Comes Around
  • Twitpay Lets You Make Payments Via Twitter
  • Google Adds “Social Gadgets” To iGoogle
  • Track Writing Submissions With A Template
  • Readers Conclude: Cheers To End Email Is Fine
  • Useful Shopping Tips From 1958 (Loaded)
  • How Selfish Users Can Mess With Off-Peak ISP Deals
  • New Nine Digital Channel Soft Launches Today
  • ABC iView Trialling More Unmetered ISPs
  • Get Up To $1,600 For Ceiling Insulation
  • Use Windows Search To Find Deleted Outlook Mails
  • TrackEngine Tells You When Sites Change
  • Jetstar To Offer SMS Boarding Passes From November
  • Ask Lifehacker: Restoring Lost iPhone Apps
  • No Data On Horizon For Woolworths Mobile
  • Navigon iPhone GPS App Released For Australia
  • Tweepsearch Lets You Search Twitter Bios
  • Display Photos And Artworks Under Shelves
  • eBay Motors Adds Finance Comparison Tool
  • Google Enhances Date Search Options
  • Woolworths Goes For Phones With Everyday Mobile
  • Last Week’s Best Posts
  • Gmail Fixes “On Behalf Of” Email Nuisance
  • Is Sampling The Right Way To Attract Rural Workers?
  • Can Your Chairs Be Practical And Attractive?
  • Comparison Site Fumzup Updates With New Interface
  • TravelSECURE Outlines Airport Security Rules
  • IceTV Updates Web Scheduling Features
  • Maternity Ward Packing Checklist
  • DIY IKEA Kitty Litter Cupboard
  • MagMe Lets You Read US Magazines Online For Free
  • DIY Portable Laptop Desk
  • Who Shouldn’t You Follow On Twitter?
  • BlackBerry Bold Now Has Next G Blue Tick
  • Using RSS To Keep Up With Your Favourite Sites (Lifehacker 101)
  • People Going Places Highlights Travel Options For Caravan Lovers
  • QuickBooks Readies Online Version
  • Google’s Top Aussie Searches Show We’re All Media Whores
  • HP Launches Top-Secret Takeback Program
  • Apple Half-Revives Singles With Digital 45s
  • Bill Gates’ Multiple Monitor Email Management System
  • Warholizer Gives Your Pictures An Andy Warhol Feel
  • DIY IKEA Messenger Bag
  • The Lifehacker 3G Broadband Directory, 2009 Edition (Road Worrier)
  • Why Club Nintendo Stars Are Bad Value
  • When Blu-ray Digital Copy Is A Dud
  • DIY Tetris Magnets
  • Last Week’s Best Posts
  • Metlink Offering Cheaper Tickets Online
  • Organising Secrets Of A Google Tasks Developer
  • Does It Matter If The Price Of Stamps Rises?
  • Remember Your Twitter Name Length When Seeking Retweets
  • Taskbar Eliminator Hides The Windows Taskbar
  • Will We See More Massive Petrol Discounts? (Loaded)
  • Teach Kids To Be Independent
  • Woolworths, Big W Doubling Qantas Points This Weekend
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