Horn Heuristics

The word comes the Greek Heurisko [heur (to find out, discover) + Latin isticus, – istic] meaning “find or discover.” A heuristic is an approach to problem solving, learning or discovery that is not exact or completely accurate, but it gets the job done for the nonce.

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Lifehacker – Advice and Tips on Life

Lifehacker.com  We love stuff like this: all kinds of bits of information about all kinds of things. Sample article titles: “10 Professional Kitchen Tool I Use in My Kitchen, “Coding isn’t about commands; it’s about learning concepts”; “Most Popular Business Card Printing Site”; “8 Surprising Household Uses for Chalk”; “Remember people’s names and faces by creating visual hooks for them”; “The best time to buy anything during the year.” And so on.

Johnny Lists – Everyone Loves Lists

Interesting lists of good stuff, e.g. 30 Tips for College Students, 50 Small Ways to Improv Your Life, 50 Things to Do When Bored, 12 Websites Where You Can Download Free Stuff, etc. etc.