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An website that get most important news from the day and show It, and on end of day save it and that day can be accessible later.
A web app where people can input youtube video links and timestamps to create shorter versions of the video and share it with their friends. These shorts can be public or private, and there can also be a section to discover cool clips.
A highly scalable and security-first database 1) Can be SQL, Key-Value, JSON document , Graph or Column Family 2) Uses Master Slave or Leaderless architecture 3) Deploys anywhere - Kubernetes? Yes. Amazon? Yes. 4) Fully encrypted - not only the data but also the structure
A website showcasing different ways you can use WebGL shaders to stylize DOM elements. (e.g. button animations that use shaders instead of CSS transitions)
Make it possible to follow new comments in a reddit thread
Website that generates a list for you to rank. Like type in "rank Disney movies" then it pulls up all Disney movies and let's you rank them. Or "rank pizza restaurants in New York", "rank Beyonce songs" etc
Create a firefox/chrome add-on that enables BTTV emotes on YouTube live stream chats.
an open source token generator so you can invest in github and gitlab projects via their token.
i want a crypto wallet for all my shitcoins where I can exchange them for other shitcoins right in the wallet.
A tool for teachers that generates multiple choice questions / answers when you feed it some block of text. Uses AI to generate wrong answers that seem plausible.
An RSS reader that looks exactly like Google reader did. With a folder, then the list of feeds, then another folder. Whenever you clicked on a feed link, a list of articles would come up with headings for titles, and links. I don't particularly care about the social features.
A "project naming" service. You give it a theme - say "nautical" for example, then you click "generate" and it spits out a bunch of 1-2 word names to name your services and projects that you're building after.
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croudsourcing the letter N on twitter
Online art curation platform. Let artists make art, let curators sell it. Curators don't keep inventory. Curator get a cut of the sale, but much less than a gallery would take because they don't have overhead.
App that continuously does speech to text and allows users to search their past conversations. Bonus points for detecting other speakers.
Remote daycare for children.
An attentionizer! When you launch a crowdfunding site, after the initial eyeballs are gone it's hard to get users. I want a service where you can pay to have people try your app and you can pay them. Different than internet search.
My app idea is called JobDetecta - An app that can use my cellphone GPS to determine available jobs in my area - whenever I come into close proximity to an open job , the app pings my phone...when I open the app a map is shown with pins of the open job locations info
A news forum where you have to pay to post.
Get me 3 names of software engineering recruiters that are legit, so I can find a job over the next 2 weeks.
Speed dating app
Rank news based on truthfulness. Detect deceptive text and deceptive images in media.
A stock exchange except you bet on the value of memes. The more popular the meme, the more valuable it is.
A DNS registrar with a simple UI.
A Hackernews where you can change the app's source code.
A service that summarizes down to the 10 key points in less than one page.
An Amazon that doesn't suck most of the vendor's revenue. Amazon is a labyrinth, make the UI be simple.
An auction site like eBay with better UI/UX and payments done with crypto.
A fair search engine. Open-source. Anyone can change the code. Use 100% of the revenue to pay developers that work on the engine. Store engine contents in public database (no API, no libraries).Add proof-of-work mechanism (eg deposit) to protect from malevolent changes to code.
What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I've been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I'm the top
A Game of Life simulation that controls the geometric parameters for a "living" 3D shape visualizer.
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An app that gives me free money.
A tool that searches for a particular YouTube video based on the words in the transcripts of these videos.
Develop this app as platform to run campains and gather ideas about specific campain , collaborate, share, track, manage all open sourced.
A collaborative reading and learning platform. Read nonfiction titles, submit chapter summaries and discuss. Earn points to trade in for more books.
An app that tells you your current browser version, and if there’s an upgrade for it.
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A platform strictly for artists to showcase their art, a way to share ideas and get exposure without other influences that don’t serve that “purely art” community. Vote for me;)
Alternative to Twitter that's specifically about calling politicians out on their bullshit. Gotta give a reason why what they said/wrote is misleading or wrong (multiple categories, there are scientific definitiona of bullshit) and give sources. Sorted desc by vote count.
The internet, but without stealing everyones data
turn this into a platform
A postcard club: users are given a theme, and once a month, try to make or find postcards to send to other users, secret Santa style
Collection of mental checklists for various tasks, eg "Startup Idea Checklist", "[Country Name] Packing Checklist", "Product Launch Checklist" etc. Start with checklists from famous thinkers (like Charles Munger). Allow users to upload their own checklists too.
App for cultivating 150 social relationships, based on Robin Dunbar's research showing that humans can maintain about that many relationships at one time.
A crowdsourced playlist for music to listen to while programming. No lyrics, songs ranked by community.