The Household Hacker got his hands on a 1957 publication called "1,001 How-to Ideas," i.e. hacks. He then picked out 16 of them and demonstrated them on video to see if they'd still be useful today.
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As with all "life hacks" roundups, a couple of these are just dumb, but several appear useful. I was impressed by the impromptu flashlight base and the steel wool refilling trick. I was also tickled to see that bacon packaging technology has not improved at all in 60 years, and the bacon-centric one is something I look forward to trying.