Introducing Superbox

A little tool to help you solve your biggest problems

TLDR: We built a little tool to help you solve your hardest problems called Superbox. It’s an implementation of the Zwicky Box concept invented by famous scientist Fritz Zwicky. Members have access to Superbox below.

Last week, Adam Keesling started working on a post about Zwicky Boxes. They’re the simple tool for thought that famous scientist Fritz Zwicky used to solve thorny problems in his scientific career.

They work by helping you search the entire space of possible solutions to a problem, so that you can pick the best one, not just the one that comes immediately to mind. You can read more about Zwicky Boxes here.

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