Being a single man has it's ups and downs. I am left to making my own decisions that are never second guessed by a woman. (You can decide it this is an up or down)
If you are in a committed relationship with a person that you love, admire and respect, do what you can to keep that intact. Use hunch.com to keep from fighting about life's decisions.
Questions? What questions?
What should I make for dinner?
What movie should I rent?
Am I a Mac or PC?
Where should I go on vacation?
Am I drunk right now? (You should ask this...good stuff)
These are all questions you can ask at www.hunch.com. In return you get to answer a series of questions. Shortly you will get suggestions based on your answers. You will see 3 Top Answers and a "Wild Card" which is actually a Top 4th. Beyond that there is an "All Results" button where you can peruse all applicable answers. But seriously, you came to hunch for a reason...try one of the Top 3...uh....4.
To join or not to join.
You can ask as a casual browser without creating an account and logging in, but the beauty of hunch is that it gives you better suggestions, the more you use it. The only way that it can learn about you is if you create an account.
Sign up...follow me...love me...need me...
The power of the people.
Yes, they have a blog and a forum, but the contribution of members goes deeper. Active members can suggest content like questions and topics and results. If you don't agree with or see missing content, suggest away and help make hunch give better hunches.
To be continued.
Hunch is adding new "social" features to take advantage of the power of community. Maybe my future "her" will eventually influence my hunch(es) virtually and in real life.
I don't just write about hunch...I'm a user. Writing this review I have learned that I am not drunk and that I should make gumbo for dinner and that I am smack in the middle of the Mac/PC war. (although, I am squarely in the PC camp in real life)
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Jeff Daly (dalydose)
Jul 13, 2009
Mar 4, 2013 03:52 PM UTC
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