word of the day: December 22, 2005
A tool or technique that makes some aspect of one's life easier or more efficient.
Web sites now exist, where lifehacker (followers of the movement) can trade lifehacks - suggestions on how to reduce chaos and make their lives more enjoyable.
Together the words “life” and “hack” create a phrase that describe any hacks, tips and tricks that get things done quickly by automating, increase productivity and organizing.
I was the most disorganized person ever. A few life hacks later I get more done in a day than I used to get done in a week.
A science-fiction novel about nanomachines being used to create a zombie outbreak.
The protagonist is a lesbian who falls for a girl who is straight.
Not focused heavily on horror, Lifehack is heavily character driven.
Lifehack is written by Joseph Picard, and can be found on Amazon, smashwords, ozero.ca, and probably a bunch of other sites.
A term the technologically (mostly) illiterate throw around to demonstrate that they understand these newfangled computers. Formerly known as "good ideas."
A: "Did you know that if you take a shampoo bottle, pour some shampoo on your hand, and mush it into your head when you're in the shower, your hair will smell better? Lol, my favorite life hack!"
B: "Shut up."
Someone who does not know how to live well. A person who never gets the big picture.Someone who dwells on unimportant things.
I was talking to fran about the big questions of life, and all the sudden dick walks up and pops off with,"so are we gunna order some pizza or what?" What a lifehack!