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Kotaku's sister site, Lifehacker, has often described its unique mix of work, life and technology advice as "looking at the world from a programmer’s perspective". Today it expands that focus on technology, while making it easier than ever to find the stories that interest you the most, from saving money on bills to finding the most rewarding career path. Lifehacker’s content now sits in three main channels: Work, Life and IT Pro (advice specifically tailored for the IT crowd). And don’t worry: when you come to the Lifehacker home page, you’ll still see every single story across all channels in reverse chronological order, just as you do now. Take a look.


You guys and girls are so awesome you just spontaneously have your own meet-ups all around the country — but Lifehacker? Well its looking to host a meet-up that is developer focused. We seem to have a lot of developers here at Kotaku, so I thought I'd let you guys know.


So, anyone want to work at Allure Media across Kotaku, Gizmodo and Lifehacker? We're looking for someone to cover the weekend shift on our technology sites - if that sounds like something you think you could do then let us know!


We had a look at the Xperia Play, and left a little unconvinced. Angus Kidman, the Australian Editor of our sister site Lifehacker, however, felt differently. In the interests of fairness the pair of us decided to duke it out over the issue - am I wrong about the Xperia Play? Find out below!