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Come up with novel solutions to hard problems in five minutes.
We'll suggest some problems for you.
You're ready to start generating ideas.
Write your problem as a question, as open-ended as possible.
Selecting an idea generator...
List as many asummptions about the problem as you can, then hit "next."
Think about all the facets of your problem. In what ways can you substitute one thing for another?
Can you combine parts of this problem together? Can you combine other problems with this one? Can you combine other people's problems with yours?
Can you adapt an existing solution to fit your needs? Can you adapt a solution designed for a different problem?
What parts of this problem can you modify in interesting ways? Is there something you could magnify in an over-the-top fashion?
How could you eliminate or minimize parts of this problem?
How can you combine different parts of this problem?
How could you rearrange parts of this problem? Could you change the order of events? The physical layout?
How does this word relate to your problem? List all the attributes of this word in your mind, and ask yourself how those attributes apply to your situation.
Picture 1: How does this image relate to your problem? List all the attributes of this image in your mind, and ask yourself how those attributes apply to your situation.
I think you can do better.