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50 Amazing Life Hacks To Simplify Your World

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Introduction: The word “hack” has become an interesting word in our culture, laden with various shades of meaning, depending on the context in which it is used. Depending on how it is applied, the word can have positive or negative connotations. But in all cases, there is an implication of cleverness or technological prowess on the part of the “hacker”.

The term “hacking” was once applied to software programming and implied an investigative approach to problem solving – particularly to back-engineering complex systems. The meaning of the word then veered towards the exploration of large-scale computer and telephone systems – and before long, this encompassed criminal “cybercrime” activities – leading to media popularization of the term “hacker” used in a very negative way, as denoting specifically a criminal who broke into computer systems.

Nowadays, these meanings exist side by side, which is somewhat confusing and problematic in a way. Nowadays, a hacker could be a software programmer, an “investigative problem solver adept in complex systems, clever techniques and back engineering”, or a cyber-criminal – depending on the context. Let’s just generalize (if we dare) and say that a hacker is someone who dives deep into systems with a free-spirited, individualistic approach to problem solving.

A life hack doesn’t involve breaking into anything! It is essentially a clever technique or short cut which simplifies a task or improves the quality of something. Life hacks typically use “low tech” – in other words, low technology as opposed to high technology – and they often involve repurposing common objects, breaking the rules of how they are “supposed” to be used in clever, innovative ways. Life hacks are generally also fun – and although they use “simple” technology, there is often some interesting science behind them – for those who have such inclinations. What’s interesting is that very many people develop their own life hacks – some of which are downright clever – without even realizing that they have gained a measure of “hacker status” in the process… 😉 The best life-hackers adopt a creative problem solving mindset and may be self-sufficient to a high degree. If they need something, they will make it themselves out of whatever they have to hand, combined with sheer ingenuity.

Enter Twisted Sifter, who have gone to great lengths to assemble a smorgasbord of life hacks – 50 to be precise. This is a great page and well worth your time. Here is the link to the original post listing the 50 amazing life hacks: http://twistedsifter.com/2013/01/50-life-hacks-to-simplify-your-world/



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  • By cassandra Nelson, October 6, 2013 @ 6:18 pm

    Good ideals keep them coming….

  • By renpeg, December 1, 2013 @ 7:52 am

    you should wrap the cords minimum 2 times 3 is better, that way you are no kinking the ends like in the picture. Thus not damaging the wires causing a fire danger…

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