Wednesday, September 5, 2012

2 Ways To Learn Something Quick In 30 Seconds Or Less

The first way to learn something quick is to visit Merriam-Webster's website and check out their Word of the Day.  If you were to do this every day for a month, you'd learn 30 new words.  Or 365 over the course of a year.

Another way is to go to Wikipedia and click on their Random Article link.  This second tip is from Chris Guillebeau's book titled The Art of Non-Conformity.  It's amazing how much a person can learn just by doing something random.

Does anyone else have any other links or tidbits for learning something that takes less than half a minute?  Please share your thoughts on the comments below.

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