Arcade sticks are a great way to play games, but swapping out different sticks for systems is a pain. To solve this problem, DIYer Dave Nunez made a single arcade stick that works on NES, SNES, and an Atari 2600.
This week on the podcast we're talking about Google, Google, and more Google. Also, your questions about keeping to a budget, cold-emailing your dream job's company, and freeing up space on your iPhone.
The DSLR LCD screen once served as little more than a means to viewing photos you'd already taken in the comfort of indoor lighting. Now you can use it as a live monitor and capture photos and video. It still doesn't work too well outside. With some old hotel key cards, however, you can fix that problem on the cheap.
When you know how to do something, you have a skill. When you understand how something works, you can alter that knowledge and adapt it for your best uses. This gives you confidence and the ability to grow.
Welcome to our next Hacker Challenge! Each week, we issue a new challenge. You get until Sunday to prepare your submission and send it to us. That gives you a few days to think about it and a whole weekend to work it up. Our editors pick the best submissions and our favorite will win a copy of the Lifehacker book!
We love hackintoshes—the OS X-compatible computers you build yourself—but finding a compatible build requires some effort. Hackintosh master tonymacx86 offers up the latest working builds so you know the machine you'll build will work.
In this week's MacGyver Challenge, we asked you to hack something using paper clips