Known for breaking into computers, stealing important information and just making a mess of things, hackers asserted themselves as a pop culture force shortly after the rise of the Internet.
But "hacking" isn't necessarily a negative thing.
In fact, hacking can make things safer, more efficient, streamlined.
And that's where Lifehacker.com comes in to play.
Lifehacker, part of the Gawker network of blogs, features tips and tricks to refine your life. Use it to "hack" your life.
Want to know how to optimize your smartphone or get the most out of Google? Lifehacker has answers for it.
What about improving your mental well-being, learning the Art of Packing or how to make better decisions? Yes, it's on Lifehacker.
Tips and tricks range from cooking, to computer repair, to how to remain productive during the summer slump.
Rest assured, if you're browsing Lifehacker, you're bound to find something you can use.
Visit Lifehacker now.
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