Daily life problems no one has a solution to:
- I have computers/suits/graphic novels/items I’d love to sell and don’t care about the money, just feels wasteful to throw away something that could sell for a few hundred bucks. How can I do that?
- Want easy way to dispose of items: someone picks them up, they sell or distribute them, give share of money to you or to charity
- I want to share my wifi, but set a limit on it.
- Current solutions are very complicated. Want wifi router that lets you set up separate networks, open and/or closed, and rate limit
- At a cafe, I order, then go sit down far away and focus on something else. Turns out someone has been shouting my name for 10 minutes.
- Buzzers are impersonal and expensive but work.
- I want to buy premade food in the morning, without having to reroute myself or wait for everyone else to deal with payment and choice.
- Want a $5 breakfast burrito to be waiting for me at subway exit — that I can take or leave.
- I want to access data from my apps like weather, movie times, NBA playoff wins, etc.
- Want a central API service that I can ask for different data, and have them source it and deliver it to me at a reasonable rate, with the same key. Pricing could work like Heroku — free for delayed and infrequent use, expensive for frequent access and updating.
- I want to hire a French tutor to come tutor my daughter. Um, how on earth do I do that?
- Seriously, it's crazy this question doesn't have a better answer yet
- I want to sign up my kids for summer camps. Which ones are free, when, and which of their friends are signed up? It's a mess and every site takes a long time to register.
- Single site that camps and afterschool programs list on, which handles registration and connects to social media
- I want to be able to filter the internet's nonsense by preferring to see information posted by people with a social or financial track record of decent behavior and credibility
- Opt-in internet-wide reputation. What could go wrong?