Once reserved for computer programmer tricks and shortcuts, a “Life Hack” has become a great way to describe the clever/brilliant/ridiculous solutions to everyday dilemmas we see posted online. It’s hard to describe what a life hack really looks like, but let’s just say you know it when you see it. Are these “hacks” truly innovative, or just accidents waiting to happen?
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17 Crazy Yet Brilliant "Life Hacks"
http://www.buzzfeed.com/huffpost/17-crazybrilli...Once reserved for computer programmer tricks and shortcuts, a "Life Hack" has become a ...