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This Week’s Most Popular Posts [Highlights]

16 Mar/09

Got an abundance of unread items in your Lifehacker feed? Try out our top stories feed, or customize your own feed, for a more manageable intake of your productivity porn. This week’s most popular posts include:

  • Six Best Video Editing Applications
    You want to be the supreme ruler of your own virtual cutting room? Better break out the checkbook-your film-chopping powers aren’t going to come cheaply.
  • Top 10 Happy Hour Hacks
    The work week’s (finally) over-now’s your chance to get really creative and industrious. Skim through our ten tips for enjoying a cheaper, tastier, and intriguingly fun night out or party at your pad.
  • Ten Must-Have Gmail Filters Available for Download
    Now that you can export and import email filters with Gmail, we’ve decided to compile some of our favorite filters for organizing your inbox into a single, handy download.
  • Four Experimental Firefox Extensions We’re Into
    Every so often, Lifehacker rounds up Firefox add-ons that are too new for official approval, but seriously neat-looking. This batch can automate download management and image uploading, queue up MP3s, and manage Gmail tasks anywhere.
  • BackTrack is a Security-Focused Live CD Packed With System Tools
    BackTrack was the winner of our recent Hive Five for best Live CD, so we decided to take it for a test drive and show off a few of the features for everybody else
  • Simple User-Interface Trick Makes Your Remotes Idiot Proof
    Ever written out detailed schematics so visiting friends or family members could operate your home theater setup? It’s annoying, right? Web site Designing Interactions highlights an incredibly simple but surprisingly workable solution.
  • Put Google Calendar and Notes on Your iPhone Wallpaper
    Two free apps for the iPhone and iPod touch give users the ability to add any text they’d like, or their upcoming Google Calendar appointments, to their home/unlock screens.
  • Avoid Mediocre Portraits with These Tricks
    You have a camera and a willing subject, but you’re not sure how to break your portraits out of the flat blandness that plagues many snapshots. Avoid boring compositions with these tips.
  • The Student’s Sanctuary
    When you’re a busy law student renting a small room, your stuff needs to be tightly organized. See how one attorney in training elegantly fits an office into a tiny bedroom.
  • Build an IKEA NAS On the Cheap
    If last week’s look at the five best home server software got you excited about setting up a home server but you’re not keen on another unsightly PC in your home, check out this DIY IKEA NAS.
  • Google Voice Emerges from GrandCentral, Transcribes Voicemail
    Remember GrandCentral, the one-number-to-rule-them-all webapp that got everyone excited before Google bought it and closed its doors for almost two years? Well it’s back, and now it’s called Google Voice.

Got a favorite post of your own from the week? Share it in the comments.
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