TweetCreativity comes and goes — as any writer, artist, musician, etc, knows. I still have creative web ideas, but sometimes find myself in a niche. Currently, I have a bunch of social networking ideas, SMS / cell phone ideas, and a mix of the two.
TweetThis commercial is insane and I love it. When you feel great, it wears off onto others. Stick around great people.
TweetIs there an AdSense network for the blog post world? Meaning, I imagine a network that I add my RSS feed to — and in return, download a widget, which I put on my blog that displays random (?) blog post headlines (and 100 characters
TweetI LOVE this movie — always have. Michael Gray posts a great motivating blog post. If you need to be pumped about running with that idea that has plagued you — or if you need a kick in the ass to not go half-assed at
TweetRecalling Attention Trust, which Fred Wilson blogged about previously — it tracks where his time is spent online; it keeps track of your clickstream — what websites you’re visiting. If a bunch of users had this installed and then it was aggregated into a database,
TweetGreat post up by Andrew Chen (EIR at Mohr Davidow Ventures) with some reminders to entrepreneurs: 5 Deadly Sins for Blind Business Creation 1. “I’m smart, I know this will work.” 2. “I’m introverted, and I like the technology more than the people.” 3. “I’ve
TweetEver wondered what you do all day? OK – you likely know that now, but curious what you were doing last month? Or last year? How about what your friends are up to? Excellent post by Emily Chang today regarding an RSS mashup she’s done
TweetHere’s another SMS idea… Former (yet current) TechCrunch contributor (editor) Marshall Kirkpatrick listed his demands for a SMS/IM/Email alerts system for RSS feeds: I use services like this extensively, some of which I do pay for. Nobody quite gets it right yet as far as
TweetThere must be a way to turn Amazon.com’s userbase into a huge social network. Amazon offers an API that gives access to their user reviews (although it may just be per product — so you grab a product and then get the user reviews associated
IDEA #6 additions – LikeLoveOrHate.com (adds user compatibility ratings; dating / event capabilities)
TweetIf you recall, this original idea (“a HotOrNot for interests”) was all about the creation of a very simple (on the front-end) website for users. As soon as the user comes to the website, they’d be asked a question and immediately start answering them —