Monthly Archives: December 2008

Weightbot Tracks Your Weight with Pretty Graphs, Friendly Interface [Featured IPhone Download]

iPhone/iPod touch only: Tonight we go on our last major holiday binge. Tomorrow we start to work at shedding the extra holiday heft. Weightbot is here to help. The Weightbot iPhone and iPod touch application is a simple, attractive application … Continue reading

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Set and Track New Year’s Resolutions with Free Software [New Year]

Put the web to good use in setting and keeping your New Year’s resolutions in 2009. Here are our picks for best free web applications for managing your New Year’s resolutions; and if getting fit and healthy is at the … Continue reading

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Dropbox Updates Its Web Interface, Adds Drag and Drop [File Synchronization]

The free, cross-platform application Dropbox—which readers voted the best file syncing tool available—has updated its web interface, adding new and improved navigation and drag-and-drop support for all the files and folders in your Dropbox. If you’re looking for ways to … Continue reading

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Display Your Unread Message Count in the Gmail Favicon [Featured Script]

Firefox with Greasemonkey: The Gmail Unread Message Count in Favicon Greasemonkey user script displays your unread message count on the Gmail site favicon. If you’re not familiar with the concept of the favicon, it’s the small icon that appears next … Continue reading

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The Great Best of 2008 Roundup [Best Of 2008]

All of us here at Lifehacker wish you a safe and happy New Year. Just in case you missed any of our best-of posts this month, have a recap. Photo by Joe Shlabotnik. Most Popular Top 10′s of 2008“Almost two … Continue reading

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MoboPhoto Is a Lightweight, Portable Photo Suite [Featured Windows Download]

Windows only: MoboPhoto is a portable photo suite. The stand alone 1.6MB executable has a basic photo editor, gallery builder, and a batch tool for mass resizing and renaming. The basic editor is fairly limited in comparison to standard desktop … Continue reading

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