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Stand up and be counted, all ye bloggers. A pooled effort might be just the ticket for this Web 2.0 ready internet generation

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 by by David at 07 Jun 2006 12:40:50
Community software model

Software_packaging

It is not easy these days to squeeze money out of users of software applications any more, maybe due to the Open Source phenomenon, may be due to the ready availability of copied versions etc. Maybe we should develop on the shareware model a bit and see if the revenue can be collected in a different way. How about incorporating the payment system made extremely popular lately by the mobile phone companies i.e. SMS. Users just text a message to a phone number, and payment is automatically collected through their accounts. This will completely eliminate the overhead associated with setting up an Ecommerce website. Also, this model is more efficient for high volume but low nominal payments. The problem remains in how to tie this payment system ...more

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 by by David at 02 Feb 2006 23:00:21
Adaptive Tannoy

Tannoy

Most rail/underground station public announcement systems suffer from the problem of not being able to rise above the abient noise level. The announcer has no way of knowing how noisy the environment surrounding the loudspeaker is in order to adjust the volume accordingly. These loudspeakers should be incorporated with a microphone which measures the level of ambient noise, and automatically adjusts the volume accordingly.

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 by by David at 02 Feb 2006 23:00:12
An airdeflator, is that a good business idea ?

Cyclepump

I went to Centerparcs this year and one thing struck me while standing at the big sub-tropical Paradise (a kinda big massive swimming pool with waves). I noticed everyone went up to the lifeguards and asked them to inflate these massive floats of all shapes and sizes. However, when the end of the session came, most of these people attempted to deflate these things by holding on to the valves while sitting on them. It takes a good ten minutes to accomplish this unenviable task. Would it not be a good idea if there were some kind of gadget you could attach to the same valve and suck the air back out at the rate as the one that let it in ? Or maybe the same inflator could double up as an inflator, although that is not so good for the lifeguards ...more

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 by by David at 02 Feb 2006 22:59:58
News Headlines

A high school pupil turned her mobile phone into a remote car starter, and is now patenting it www.poststar.com

by David at 04 Jun 2006 14:45:23
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Good read for a teenage business success story www.bullpistle.com

by David at 06 Jun 2006 15:34:07
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