The Comfort Principle: Spend Money Where You Spend Your Time

One of Lifehacker's main tasks is to help you save money. But once you've saved money, where should you spend it in order to maximize the usefulness of your money spent—or even your happiness? To answer that, just look at what you spend your day doing, proportionally, and allocate money accordingly. I'm going to call… » 9/19/14 4:30pm 9/19/14 4:30pm

Hey Brendan! Interested in hearing what you didn't like about the previous one. We've only been choosing books that either we ourselves have read and enjoyed and think highly of, or have high reviews and have been curated by a notable author. But definitely want to improve our process if you have any feedback as to… » 12/19/12 5:02pm 12/19/12 5:02pm

Like LousBFF said, Lou from our first bundle is a woman! Curcumastances happened to work out that there weren't any for this current one. A few backed out, a few couldn't do it for logistical reasons. Would have loved to have a few to include. Next time though. :) » 9/27/12 4:01pm 9/27/12 4:01pm

xMessages Adds Timestamps to All Your iPhone's Text Messages

iOS (Jailbroken): One of the major annoyances with the iPhone's default Messages app is that it barely shows any timestamps next to your messages. In previous iOS versions, you could long tap a message in order to see its timestamp, but with iOS 5 that feature is completely gone. If you've jailbroken your phone, now… » 1/26/12 1:30pm 1/26/12 1:30pm

Easily Screenshot an Entire Webpage with Skitch

Skitch, the popular screenshotting tool for Mac, has a very cool webpage feature that might not be evident just by using it. I know I've been using Skitch for nearly four years and never discovered that you can easily drag a URL from your browser onto Skitch and have it take a screenshot of the entire webpage. » 1/20/12 1:30pm 1/20/12 1:30pm

Science Confirms: Don't Go to Sleep Angry

The old anecdotal saying that you should never go to sleep angry just got backed up by science, thanks to UMass Amherst neuroscientists. Their study concludes that if you have a negative emotional response—their examples were for viewing an unsettling picture or experiencing a traumatic event—the response is reduced… » 1/19/12 1:30pm 1/19/12 1:30pm