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Acretrader for farms
Square footage touch down
100 yard touch down

video ecommerce
in the beginning, you don't have to build a whole app or website. 
- partner with people and ask them to link to their tiktok on the website 
- ask for link to products target, walmart, shein, lulumon
- how much they want to sell for
do the shoping and returns 

Ok I built a small draft of the website where you have videos and on the side you have the affiliate links, the problem is liketoknowit is exactly like that
- their draw backs
- you have to apply and have a large following to be able to sell. You have to be a model yourself
- liketoknowit is affiliate marketting that's partnered with major brands. 5000 retailers worldwide. You'll be buying from those brands directly.

data analytics auction
1500 a month al inclusive, 750 only mysql and google analytics
kiss metrics
open source analytics
freebase annoutation
message telegramic

impress.me   do you have something to brag about? something to impress people? post it here. like reddit. but serious stuff

dating: let prople connect from their facebook, twitter, linkedin, but also create their dating portfolio. then invite 6 people out for dinner in a day of week based on their likes and who they like to have a good dinner with have a godo conversation. For each dinner charge them 5 dollars this can be done as surprise (before they know it) for further verification ask for their phone numbers as well

my personal email analytics with lots of visualization, who I've contacted over time, what topics, what sentiments, graphs of contacts. add note for emails, contacts, their websotes etc. the files exchanged. keyword suggestion (tag cloud) based on date range, file exchanged sugegstion, search based on sentiment!! search based on frequesnecy of a conversation. bring all of the emails at your fingertips. everything online and on the go not in outlook or thunderbird, classify similar emails together take actions (e.g. delete all) give a star to en email (like 1-5 stars) of how important it is or ... don't be black white. curret email is 0-1 inbox archive like class grades, make a fluent look. add feature: takea look at it by, then sort emails by that   http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/big-data-analytics/apply-big-data-to-the-email-fight/

smart marketing of tickets. when to buy when to sell, extract patterns, then buy and sell automatically. Due to limiting brokers from market you might only be able to have 4 tickets of each venue.

localnews: on a map show local information from twitter, find local news sources automatically, geo-tag news sources, get people involved: impact app. show local trends. dont only show big impact stuff show me new stuff: bad quality bad organization (clustering/topic modeling). Avoid enterprise:   Darian Shirzai with a geo-search news aggregator says why

indoor location via bluetooth.
In a Bluetooth piconet one master can communicate up to 7 active slaves, there can be some other up to 248 devices which are in sleep mode (may participate to communication actively when another active device goes into sleep mode).link android bluetoothSDK Android Bluetoth RSSI

3d photo. stereo vision case for two iphones to capture 3d. 3d reconstruction using a single camera that circulates everywhere like the 'rome in a day' project - if it was possible kineckt would do it. and wouldnt go for 200 price margin, or there would be competitors, lack of domain knowledge.

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Grocey subscriptions, you can leave any time you desire or don't want. delivery like uber. are you willing to pay $5-$20 to save 2 hours of grocery shopping? and carring? etc. would you like to have fun with your friends instead? Allow temporary add-ons of specific items.  Uber grocery. deliverrere's background checked. 
challenge: we don't have list of items in a store!
every store of a single chain store is different
every department has their own
 $10 per delivery is too much
stores don't give discounts on $4,000/months of grocery shopping. they only offer their own credit card with no late fees/interest


telegram, a bit size at a time. a messaging app that to
for each message put your finger on the screen, screen becomes all black and we show text with certain speed that goes from right to left showing text message
but once somethign is past its past
once you tap on the screen to read a message move your finger to right to make scrolling faster and left to make it slower
for each user you get a latest message you can click to view and a note which will copy links sent or any note you'd like to save for that user. definitely not every single thing sent back and forth need to be saved. we automatically extract links, numbers, addresses, for you. but you cant tell which part was saved by use or by you
you cant see it again
when you have a picture message same thing
hold your finger  on the screenwhereever your finger s is visible rest is not
then after a few  seconds or until you've seen like 80% of imag eit disappears

1. load up all grocery items
2. let ppl scan their receipts, we OCR the prices.     http://www.poiplaza.com/index.php?p=dc&c=49&lpg=&d=&pg=11
3. let ppl add on the deal list
4. give the best deal, where they could've saved.
5. crowd grocery delivery: save on gas, time

4-day week work. It's so controversial that takes 

Hiring classifier
Market fit
Dustin: no, problem is people not tech
Mara Romanelli: That's awesome! We have 50+ engineering roles so not sure it would make sense for myself and our team as pretty much any/every engineer could be a fit for any of our multiple teams and openings here.
Jill MacInnes: We do not use ML to match candidates with roles. I found that the components of a job search often require a human component to ensure the best service.
Sammie Slote: Yep, definitely! I think right this second we are probably not interested. We JUST hired a sourcing team in India so we're giving that route a shot. But perhaps in time!
Mark Dinan: No ML at this point - I just eyeball the resume and match them up. Also, a lot of the resumes in my database are outdated, so if I try to match someone to a role based on their 2013 resume, it may not be accurate. Lots of people get promoted to management roles, develop new skills, etc. Interesting problem!

Game as a live 3d experience where you get to see other people too and can explore into shop. right now when you go to an online shop you get blasted with a bunch of irrelevant items. the first UX for a user is search. not navigation
introduce navigation back to online shopping experience
a very interactive, fun and engaging experience as users navigate through aisles with fun activities, trivia, games in between. How other users look like in photos

let sellers setup shops. sellers can spend a ton of time collecting unique products so shoppers don't have to and can find delicate niche unique items 

you can also be there live selling and talking to customers as they enter your shop

users can walk through the mall and stores or just click and jump in the map.

Create an atmosphere with music nice photography, nice decor

Game as a communication tool.
something like simcity or fortnite where other players are your co-workers. There are locations where you can go like meeting rooms
you can talk and other people in your vicinity will hear. There is also asyncronous listenning spots at designated locations like rooms whre you can go to and listen to stuff

Conclusion: hard to validates until fully built, then there is if adoption happens, you can't force people to use it if they don't like it