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  • posted Black Fridays
    A plugin for all for e - commerce websites. When its enabled the products go on sale for 24 hours (like 75% off, 50% off) and then keep on changing pricing for A/B testing automatically. This is kind of like black Friday everyday :)
  • posted GrowthHacking NOW
    A simple site for actionable micro growth hacks for startups. All of these can be started in less than 5min. It can be something similar to > http://requestforstartup.co/
  • posted Happy Customer Service
    Companies pays customers who are waiting on HOLD. Customers will be happy to wait a little longer and companies will be forced to improve the wait times.
  • posted SnapChat for Text:
    You send text messages to each other and they are not saved anywhere. I think Mark Cuban backed "cyber dust" is very similar to this.
  • posted Global knowledge depositories that are constantly with knowledge in the public domain like the Swalgard global seed depository. To protect knowledge in case of a global catastrophy. I propose huge titanium spheres that would float on water or land and would only be damaged by atomic warfare or an asteroid strike.
  • posted Have a tiny self guided drone that flies around inside of your house taking pictures of everything. Then have software that compares the pictures with the pictures from the day before and determine what's different. The list of differences then gets sent to an app on the mom's phone where she can approve each change or assign the difference to someone else to correct. Deadlines could be set for when the anomaly needs to be resolved and what should happen if it's not completed on time.
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      Ali Mirza wow this amazing John.. btw i think celebrities will be all over it.. a personal PR drone assistant .. hahah
  • posted CRaaS: Code Review as a Service.

    As a developer, there are times when I need "another pair of eyes" to check my code for any stupid mistakes, but nobody else is available. I wonder if there's a market for Code Reviews As A Service, where you pay a fee to have a senior dev look over your code and point out any obvious flaws, optimizations and improvements.
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      Ali Mirza oh man this is awesome.. BTW you just gave me another idea "Growth Hacking" as a service.
  • posted ShareYourPrime: This probably goes against Amazon terms of service, but the basic thought is: What if even though I don't have Amazon Prime, my neighbor does. Every once in a while I give him money and he orders stuff on Prime for me, so it arrives faster. I get my stuff faster, Amazon gets more business. What if there was a app/website that facilitated this sharing? For my neighbor with Prime, he could get a couple bucks from every neighbor wanting to use it, plus the service would get a small cut. My neighbor gets more cash, Amazon gets more customers plus the service gets a cut. Win-win-win, with the new sharing economy!
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      Umer Ali Could you not pay bit more to get your stuff deliver faster ? I have not used amazon prime so am not sure about the price difference and if there are any monthly fee to keep the account. My concern would be about exchange of your information( what you are buying and etc). This app would also be able to build up a database for what stuff is being bought more often and compare it with the age/sex group. That information can be sold to Ebay/amazon etc.
  • posted Borrowly - A place where you can post & find items you want to borrow from your neighbors.
  • posted ComfortOut
    Get out of comfort zone application - daily or weekly tasks (4hour work week type of tasks) that help you go beyond your comfort zone.