About Problems to Solve

I’ve solved a lot of problems in my life and have a lot of problems yet to solve. I attribute a lot of what I know and what I’ve learned, and as a result who I am, thanks to the collective knowledge of the internet. My goal for this site is to contribute to that collective knowledge (it feels like a waste sitting in my brain, especially since it decays and I forget about it, so this site is a resource for me too), and to open the site up to have others solve problems as well. Hopefully along the way we can talk about the process of solving problems along the way.

Problems can be as small as a bug in a computer to as large as world hunger. They can have two statuses: solved or unsolved. I’ll be posting a lot of technical problems I’ve solved, because those are most of the problems I’ve solved, but I hope to post about other problems I’ve solved and haven’t as well. They can be political (for instance, I think the current administration being in office is a problem) or not. They can be personal–how you solved a relationship problem, how you overcame a personal problem. They just have to be real. I want to hear about the method you used to solve the problem–was it the scientific method? Was it faith based? How did the solution come to you? When did you know it would work? What did you learn from it?

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