A term coined
by a friend to describe an odd method of integration
Draw the function to be integrated (Within the range to be integrated) on heavy paper. As big as possible. Cut it out and weight it.
This weight, combined with the knowledge of the density of the paper gives you the intergral. Yay.
This is really just a variation on the counting squares method, but it allows for more complicated (ie, curvy) functions. I suppose it wouldn't work on functions too complecated to draw...