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(Tater) Tots for Toys

I love tater tots. They are delicious. Kids love toys. Toys for Tots is a thing. Why not (tater) tots for toys?   Cook some tots, sell them, eat them, proceeds goes to Toys for Tots. Done. Easy. Simple. Fun. … Continue reading

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Take this idea: Office Hours

Goal: Create an easy way for people to offer regular or irregular office hours to anyone who wants to drop in. Features: integration with calendars – outlook, gcal, etc Sign up through the site Find office hours nearby you Find … Continue reading

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Take this idea: A system to help developers get more experience

These are my notes about a system that could potentially help junior people get more experience, make a little money, build their github profiles, and help businesses to get help with the tasks they have. Take this idea, run with … Continue reading

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Take this idea: Video games dependant on your fitness

I was listening to The Morning Stream yesterday where they were, as per usual, talking about video games. This episode, they mentioned a newer model of video games where people are active while playing. We have seen this with the … Continue reading

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Take this idea: Retract a tweet

This article¬†at Wired sparked an idea for me, especially so with Boulder Startup Weekend on the way this weekend! I don’t have the time or inclination to build this system, but it would be pretty straightforward – so you should … Continue reading

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My ideation process

I come up with ideas all the time, which is one of the main reasons I have evernote. I couldn’t keep track of everything in a regular notepad. I have mentioned before that I have an entire notebook that is … Continue reading

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This would be a joke for parents to put on their cars, which would point to the child in the backseat. I guess it could also be used for adults who thought it was funny.  

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There are quite a few of these, but I don’t see them doing it quite correctly for a social app enabled world. There are a couple options: Define your route before you go, using Foursquare and Google maps. Would allow … Continue reading

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An app or website that will show you the likelihood that you will die today. This app should offer a Q&A to a user based on their daily activity. Things like “took a shower or a bath”, drove to work? … Continue reading

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A plugin that uses the SendOuts API to facilitate on-site (SEO friendly) usage of job listings and applications of candidates through the SendOuts ATS. The problem with the current SendOuts WebConnect system is that it is in an iframe, so … Continue reading

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