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- Top 10 New and Improved Apps of 2007
"When it comes to new technology, 2007's destined to be remembered as "The Year of the iPhone"--but a whole lot more went on in the past 12 months besides Apple's much-hyped gadget launch."
- Lifehacker Gift Guide 2007
"Today we're taking a look at gifts small and large--from under $10 to the over $50 set--perfect for the life-hacking loved one on your list (even if that's you)."
- Host Your Domain with Free Apps
"You can buy a domain name for around 10 bucks a year (or less) and map it to a variety of free web-based apps for no-mess and no-cost hosting."
- Breathe New Life into Your Old Gadgets
"Instead of forking over more cash to the likes of Jobs and Gates for their newest toys, we're taking a look at several ways to make your old gadgets new again."
- Fifteen Foods that Burn More Calories than They Contain
"We need to scarf down plenty of calories in a day, but if you've got a nasty snack habit that's tipping the scales to heavy, weblog Bootstrapper's list of 15 foods that burn more calories than they contain might be the perfect addition to your grocery list."
- Lifehacker's 2007 Software Superlatives
"Who had the Most Obnoxious Icon, Best Splash Screen, and Best Easter Egg of the Year?"
- Rip DVDs in Linux the (Semi-)Easy Way
"I've tried out a good number of DVD ripping and conversion programs, and I've made peace with one method, and one program, that gets the job done more often than not."