250 MORE —–

  1. Take along window sunscreen – foldable, suction-cup held window screen for people traveling on the train or bus who get stuck on the sunny side
  2. Ability to tag certain parts of online videos so users and friends can find videos and certain parts of videos easily
  3. Sensitive seats for trains so the instructor known when someone sits in a new seat.
  4. Mobile app that notes the GPS location of your car when you park it so you can find it again
  5. Refurbishing old photo equipment and giving it to kids.
  6. Netflix for home exercise equipment. Swap out your ergometer for an elliptical and then swap that for a treadmill.
  7. A perfect crayon box. com where customer is invited to create their own crayon box, picking his/her favorite colors. the user don’t have to have brown anymore, kids!
  8. Sell pre-paid wireless access to the internet.  Like pre paid cell phone but for USB internet card.
  9. Consulting services to help companies set up their own television show on UStream for internal communications purpose. Or maybe to utilize any Web 2.0 property for that purpose.
  10. A superpowerful exhaust for South-Asian homes.
  11. Tivo for the radio
  12. DeadPC Art: mail your old, hated PC’s sets to a factory that smashes it and returns it to the user as framed work of art.
  13. Amazing Race membership club that organizes trips to the various locations and to do the tasks from the show. Members get badges for every task, Detour or Roadblock they accomplish. Companies that were featured in the show would pay a fee to continue to be “the” place for the particular task.
  14. Device to brew wine in your own home
  15. One Xbox per child
  16. Consulting firm to help financial institutions fix bad mortgages portfolio.
  17. System that sends me my receipts electronically via email rather than paper copies at the store. Should file them in the same categories as my budget or credit card statement and talk to my bank/money management software. Could either work with my credit card company or via the loyalty cards stores offer. Compares the receipt I receive with the statement that comes later. I can see the copy immediately on my cell phone to check it there as well.
  18. Something that doesn’t make blinds so hard to pull (a lever or switch.)
  19. Personalized Macbooks – Provide custom laser engraved artwork on the new all metal Macbooks.
  20. Student loans collections agency that tracks ability to pay through online sleuthing.
  21. Ask an African.com, where users ask African locals about cultural issues, news, and consumer interests.
  22. Home delivery of pet food/snacks/toys on a set schedule
  23. A movie theatre that refuses to play movies but Nascar and live sports broadcasts instead. 21 and up. BYOB. Half the seating is replaced with round bars and barstools.
  24. A slide projector the size of a cell phone with a usb input for flash drives.
  25. A flower shop that is actually a restaurant, delivering pizzas that are shaped to look like various floral varieties.
  26. Online Pictionary Game Website – Play Pictionary online with people all over the world
  27. Brainstorm support – call in service with someone to talk with you to help get your brain going
  28. Virtual Stylist – On call stylist will look at what you’re wearing via webcam and give advice
  29. A way to get more people involved in Internet-mediated locally social stuff. For example, improve the techniques of using the Internet to organize people playing capture the flag in central park or some such.
  30. Program to organize health educators in the U.S. to come do sex and AIDS education in Southern Sudan. Could also include a medical team for testing, etc.
  31. Build Your Own Anime site.
  32. A site that does for intrade what Ning did for social networks; in other words, you get to make your own intrade for your organization or business, or just with your friends.
  33. A company that makes specialized dog food geared toward different breeds.
  34. American Idol online where the user judge the you own peers and strangers, built on a karaoke format.
  35. Bluetooth + quality microphone (like a combination of a Jawbone and a Snowball)
  36. Glow in the dark contacts
  37. Ammunition disposal – offer to collect unwanted and old ammo for a fee and sell it to collectors or recycle
  38. Commercial sales of ostrich eggs to gourmets… don’t think this has ever been done
  39. Users vote online which specials get on the restaurant menu every week
  40. Rent a kitchen. Comes with all that you need plus a great dining room table.
  41. A non-profit that works with town governments on writing laws that create incentives for landlords to make their homes more energy efficient. There are already best practices available for solving the principal-agent problem, they just need to be put in place at the local level.
  42. Tribe building – teach authors how to build & connect with Tribes
  43. A company that throws Tupperware parties for different company products. This could be anything from down comforters to purses.
  44. Frozen razor blades online store – Store sells special cryogenically frozen razor blades that last 10 times longer than conventional ones
  45. Auto transportation service for eBay motors buyers. Buy a car in San Diego and you’re in San Antonio? We’ll pick it up, inspect it to ensure it meets the OK, pay for it and deliver it to you. You have already paid us for the car and the delivery service. Price of car is refundable if you don’t think it meets the eBay description, but not the delivery service fee.
  46. Cloud computing company that allows large enterprises to do mega-scale statistical simulations on-demand or a SaaS model.
  47. Advertising platform that uses the web to allow local businesses to create and buy ads to be played in local traditional media channels such as television, radio, and perhaps newspapers.
  48. An online service that if your wallet gets stolen, has a secure place for all the credit cards and accounts you need to cancel right in one place.  Instead of having to dig and search and figure out online or in general which accounts and phone numbers you need, this website has them all in one place.  Security might be an issue here for hackers, etc.
  49. Design cell towers and wind towers as art to make them more palatable within an urban and suburban setting.
  50. Picture Organizer-A business that helps people aggregate all their family and personal photos and then makes them into customized albums. So many people have just boxes of pictures with no way of looking through them easily. This would at least give people the initial push of getting them in order.
  51. Stand alone IP Scanner that scans directly to a web site.  Would have automatic document feeder and could be used for archiving photos directly to the web.
  52. A video edit site that markets to Families looking for easy way to frame their families’ special videos, share, and comment.
  53. Neighborhood concierge
  54. Blog post editing with three hour turnaround time
  55. A person or pamphlet that explains health coverage.
  56. An application that you have your friends fill out that will compare against your answers and give you a compatibility score. In addition, tips about their personality.
  57. Mobile app to calculate quilting yardage. Would need to include stable of block patterns for choosing so you’d know how much to get of each fabric needed.
  58. Children’s fitness cartoon – Cartoon network that teaches fitness to kids
  59. Stylish and/or novelty compression and support stockings and sleeves. They only come in black and beige, if that wide a range. And they’re expensive!! So have some fun with them.
  60. A company that creates cupholders for public transportation rides. The Metro North does not have cup holders and I want someone to create one so I can buy it.
  61. Online tutoring videos for academic subjects or other subjects in general.  (Or online teaching videos where you teach someone something you know, and they do the same.)
  62. Rent a pet to see if it’s a good idea for your family
  63. A company that specializes in creating organization out of chaos. Example is making direct walking paths in Grand Central Station.
  64. Car rental service offering exclusively exotic cars and even better, one-off concept cars (with waivers).
  65. Cloth napkins made of old tshirts
  66. A business that provides great service for tech support for government subsidized broadband companies (a service that doesn’t exist yet, but it will).
  67. Yoga services/teachers for corporations during lunchtime.
  68. Online therapist that is available 24×7 via chat.
  69. Solar Power AC Company – Company that installs Solar Panels in order to provide/subsidize energy for AC
  70. A website that aggregates places you can go for factory tours. Like Ben & Jerry’s, the Cape Cod potato chips factory, etc.
  71. Build your own hot sauce online system – Online system lets you select key ingredients and quantities for hot sauce, makes it and ships it to you
  72. Modern websites for bible stories side by side – a bible story and a real life modern application of it – a graphic novel/interactive website.
  73. A grocery auction site. Bid online and only go to the store to pick up the items you’ve won.
  74. How to monetize this list: we buy a domain for each good idea, and create a high quality pitch and story around that idea. We then get people to fall in love with the idea and the domain and then sell the domains for a couple thousand bucks each.
  75. Company that helps marketers with digital promotions; especially in the form of loaded memory key drives containing coupons, special content, etc.
  76. A bobble head doll that has a motorized mouth…you set it in front of your video chat camera when you do video chats. When you talk it moves its mouth.
  77. Netflix for books/used books; online delivery service
  78. A digital chalk board site that allows teachers to upload pictures of their white boards at various states and post them online for students to see again.
  79. A service that allows you to test out different jobs per week/month
  80. eLance model for bands – "I’ll play that venue for only $500 and 1/2 of the door"
  81. Someone that creates an itinerary for running errands and chores for a household with working parents.
  82. One-stop set up of your digital world – create your profiles and accounts on LinkedIn, Facebook, Visual CV, Twitter, etc. so you just have to go in and use them.
  83. Custom monopoly boards.
  84. You come and make your own music video (we provide the space, house band, video recording & editing)
  85. Herbal ice creams
  86. A website that gives NYC street artists a web presence based on where they hang out. There are a bunch of people that sell photos on the street, but then I ask them and they don’t have a website. Maybe a web presence for people who hang out in the same place in the city each day in general, like food vendors and crazy religious people and whatnot.
  87. A ceiling/standing fan that doesn’t make noise
  88. A site that mines Zagats and yelp and restaurant reviews to tell you what the best menu items are at each restaurant, and which to avoid. There are a bunch of restaurants that have one amazing thing on the menu, but everything else sucks. (Example: Rockmeisha has the best ramen in NYC, but nothing else is especially notable.)
  89. A self cleaning microphone that never smells like breath or beer.
  90. A website that aggregates gaps in our scientific knowledge that would make good research projects. "The sum of all human ignorance, available to anyone for free."
  91. Advertising company that pays college students to wear advertisements on their laptops, backpacks, apparel, autos.
  92. iPhone – virtual trading card app – limited edition — creates secondary market – facilitate trading between electronic devices
  93. Custom window displays for small business
  94. Systems for airports that would read RFID chips in luggage so they always know where the bag actually is
  95. Expert legal testimony business – Company finds and connects expert witnesses with lawyers
  96. A spiritual/meditation workshop for the homeless, inmates, and people who don’t have regular access to these services.
  97. Laundromat/Theatre company – Watch a show while you do your laundry
  98. RC Airplane Class – Weekend intro to Remote Control airplanes with expert instructors
  99. A service that specifically helps 1st and 2nd generation immigrants communicate with their kids; an expert comes in and helps solve problems
  100. Something that tells you when your trash in your email is about to be deleted so you can look back and see if you need anything.
  101. Compost machine similar to a trash compactor that handles the temperature and turnover for you and opens to the outside of your house for easy shoveling into your yard.
  102. Zagats for churches.
  103. Voiceovers offer cheap internet only voice over service (with copy writing) for media adverts
  104. Locavore restaurants – all items come from within 100 miles
  105. Insulation made of recycled book
  106. Transcribing service that takes old journals/noteboooks
  107. Development company retrofitting malls and other abandoned retail to new purposes, style and uses
  108. Lamp manufacturer that will turn any inanimate objects mailed to then into lamps. Users buy direct online, picking from available stock. Added charge for sending in your own inanimate object.
  109. Local tour guide for foreign tourists
  110. A company that is the Lulu Lemon for running.
  111. Recycling for people (offer to pick up their recyclables and take care of it all for them… for a fee + the value of the recyclables
  112. A service/technology that migrates information on a persons MySpace page into a webpage or facebook.
  113. A travel company that takes people around to small towns in the South.
  114. Eco-lingerie. A company that makes lingerie that is created with eco-friendly material.
  115. A newsletter for people laid off of their jobs.
  116. Web-based portal for user-generated and -designed Flash games.
  117. Living through a recession or depression magazine with online properties and print.
  118. Agency that seeds word-of-mouth campaigns through a systematized process for large consumer goods companies.
  119. Create a "home security" multi-level marketing product line that is sold through parties like pampered chef and "in home" seminars on personal safety and self defense.
  120. A tool that you can scan barcodes of food and it will tell you the calories and aggregate them into your daily intake.
  121. Mancations – a company that sets up ‘guys week / weekend’ vacations (whitewater rafting, hiking, hunting, fishing, sporting events, etc.)
  122. Box-like device that you stick your foot in to measure it using laser detection. Your foot shape and size are recorded into the computer, with a program to then recommend shoes for you that will actually fit.
  123. A device that will hear words and translate for you instantly.
  124. Connect people who want to learn similar things. For example, if there are ten people who all want to learn the material from Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, introduce them all to each other. The site could even be monetized by allowing the people to rent a conference room to work in for a week or two. The idea being that this is stuff they could learn on their own, but they will all start at the same time and help each other and whatnot. (Ivan Illych proposes this in his book Deschooling Society, which was written in 1971.)
  125. Patent consulting for corporations and product developers.
  126. Animated versions of the best Ted talks, where slides come to life in Marvel Comic-like presentations.
  127. Interactive TV – remote control with ability to annotate parts of movies or shows, then friends can view with your commentary
  128. Eco-friendly furniture in traditional styles (not just contemporary and modern).
  129. Something that ties up all the cords around hard drives and tech. equipment. 
  130. Mobile app with picture-based inventory of my closet. Allows me to see that I already have 14 black sweaters so don’t get black! Or just that I do have something that this fabulous belt would go with.
  131. A company that will work with an organization to come up with a lottery program to raise funds for the group.
  132. Series of programs for educators on using social media to extend the classroom.
  133. Netflix, but for books. You pay a monthly fee for a subscription and get access to any book (new, old, "long tail"). Same logistics as Netflix. They’ve proven that the model works for DVDs, use the same model. Free shipping. A queue. Keep it as long as you need, etc.
  134. A sturdy, durable change purse that never breaks.
  135. Hampster Burial Kit.
  136. Hot product report for your town – develop contacts with local retailers and publish every day who has any hot products in stock
  137. An academic search engine targeting people who are college educated but who don’t necessarily have extensive experience with the inner workings of academia. Right now there are really good ways of accessing journal articles online, but really poor ways of learning what academic journals to look in. There’s no way to know which journals are respected and which aren’t. No easy way to translate plain English questions into the keywords that are used by academics. For example, if I want to know how grades correlate with how much money you make as an adult, there is no way to know that academics use the term "future earnings potential" and stuff like that is published in the Journal of Applied Whatever.
  138. Exercise call business – Expert motivators call clients to remind them to go to the gym and hold them accountable
  139. TIVO training company – Service that trains people on how to use TIVO
  140. Sand Castle kit: a packaged sand castle parts, encouraging fun times building a sand castle with family and friends. Biodegradable.
  141. Tea appreciation classes
  142. Company that helps smaller import/export companies band together to do collective borrowing based on purchase orders or letters of intent.
  143. Help communities create collective workspaces around the country. Ex http://www.madcollective.com/
  144. Cement painting advertising company.
  145. Twitter as a channel into a call center / customer support app.
  146. a website/directory for local restaurants that provides up to the minute status of their seating
  147. Kitsch contest site that invites user to design and vote on their best Kitsch ideas, Vang Gogh bow ties, low brow art, etc. The best get built and sold on the site.
  148. Netflix for handbags
  149. Zappos Consulting – Teach companies how to deliver remarkable customer service and embed it in their culture
  150. A website that will sell you a really cheap airline ticket to a foreign country anywhere in the world, but you only get to pick the day you’re leaving and coming back. The site picks where you’re going on vacation for you.
  151. On colleges, a service to put money on your college ID card for laundry, food, supplies, etc.
  152. Pandora for restaurants
  153. Real estate fund for acquiring under-valued properties.
  154. Multicultural Service Initiative- takes kids abroad to do service or help out local communities internationally.
  155. Mobile Drive-In Movie Theater – One semi trailer is a screen and the other is tickets / concessions – goes town to town and shows unique / remarkable movies.
  156. Online karaoke competition website powered by proprietary software, Skype, and other tools.
  157. A program that analyses you music to create a track for aerobics instructors for their classes
  158. Custom Watch Design Store – Luxury online store where you can build your own watch with all different complications
  159. Buy a buddy a booty call business, allowing customers to hire actresses to call a friend and simulate phone love.
  160. An industrial design firm that will redesign the look and feel of a portable room heater.
  161. A service that compiles people’s family photos/videos and makes them into something meaningful for them (Give us your family memorabilia and we’ll turn it into something fantastic); either for a party, occasion, etc.  Also takes boxes full of photos and organizes them into something meaningful.
  162. Resume writing website that submits jobs for bid by idle HR recruiters and professional resume writers.
  163. A God loves You Hotline, dial a number and talk to a priest.
  164. A gym that just has exercise classes – nothing else.
  165. A store that only sells goods for trailer homes.
  166. Group cruise for women’s ministry leaders
  167. A website that provides a semi-standardized way for people to build up a reputation without needing a college degree.
  168. Hairbush that cleans your hair
  169. Website that sells you home décor seen on TV shows and in movies
  170. Company history books – vanity coffee table books that recount the company’s history with pictures and stories.
  171. Magazine summary service for all the most important articles of the month in all the business magazines; similar to book summary services; paid for by memberships or subscriptions.
  172. Living through a recession or depression website and books.
  173. Unique design-patented snowboard protector sleeves to prevent damage to snowboards and cars.
  174. A touch screen digital picture frame that can be used by my grandma. He can’t use Google to find new content, so the key thing I need is the ability to send him podcasts and videos of booktalks that queue up sequentially as if they were blog posts in an RSS feed. What I also need is the ability to check online to see if he’s already viewed something, and if so the ability to get rid of it and add more stuff to his queue.
  175. Get you published service (Lulu editing and mechanics) for the non-computer literate
  176. An ultra high end daycare – we pick the kids up in a bus full of car seats with in seat DVD players playing Baby Einstein or age appropriate content, extremely nice facility, the best teachers, fully technology enabled with webcam ‘spots’ throughout the day
  177. Custom pets on iPhone
  178. Twitter or SMS when your table is ready – tied into website reservations
  179. Agency that specializes in helping professional athletes find obscure, unprecedented, endorsement deals.
  180. iPhone app that is a massive multiplayer games – like an "Amazing Race" that is not geographically specific
  181. Mailboxes Etc. that comes to you
  182. Turn down service for you home. They will even read you a bedtime story.
  183. Conflict resolution service that teaches any individual or corporation how to interact harmoniously in conflict.  It will offer classes and workshops.
  184. Web-based “pre-paid legal” counseling subscriptions.
  185. A site that aggregates what people or companies are working on and makes it searchable. So if you have a great idea, you can see which companies and people are already trying to solve that problem or similar problems.
  186. Consulting service for families who are helping transition their parents to an assisted living or nursing home
  187. Pandora for clothes. A service that drops off a different set of clothes for you to wear on whatever days you want each week. (E.g. only on Friday and Saturday.) It shows you a complete wardrobe on the website, and if you don’t like it then you get to veto it. You get up to three vetos each day, and if you veto three wardrobes then you automatically get the fourth. Then the clothes get delivered to your apartment. You have the option to buy the outfit at the end of the day, but if you don’t buy it that day then you never get the option to buy it again.
  188. Dance club in an old airplane
  189. Facebook and gmail/aol chat in one.
  190. Cloth diaper delivery service.
  191. iPhone app that shows allergens in air
  192. Digital rights management for books. A book publisher may individual mark all their books with a serial number, creating a digital database that can be accessed by buyers. Allow buyers to verify their serial number and receive their digital version fro $2. Read the real book at home, carry your digital version of all your books on vacation or long term travel.
  193. Web portal that aggregates all government projects open for bids.
  194. A chain of theme restaurants similar to the hard rock cafe or the rainforest cafe, but where everyone eating dinner was participating in some sort of game show. Buzzers at every seat of every table, with some sort of thing in the middle for the best contestants going into the final round. The food would cost twice as much as any other restaurant, but there would be some sort of prize for the winners. Maybe the winning contestants at each location would get together in one restaurant for a chance to win a car or something.
  195. Not-for-profit idea – hold free exercise classes on summer mornings in different areas around town.
  196. Stickers for decorating casts
  197. Sharable, open source address book
  198. Gordon Gecko iPhone case – makes your cell look huge / old
  199. A company that creates songs for educational purposes. It would focus on high school students in the content area of science and social studies.
  200. Pole advertising. A company that creates attention grabbing advertisements for telephone poles.
  201. Publish books for super niche markets like Internet celebrities, underwater basket weaving, dumpster diving, etc.
  202. A business that specializes in listening-how to listen, how not to listen, how to be a more effective listener.
  203. A business that figures out solutions to weird problems on earth-i.e.. How to run when there is snow on the ground without falling.
  204. Portable billboards, preferably digital for ad-hoc and outdoor events.
  205. Ning for children
  206. Web-based contract management for complex contracts that need legal counsel online.
  207. MyLifePlanner.com – allows people to set individual goals in public and help each other work toward them
  208. A company with a large list of jobs that you can sign up to try for a week or two as a hobby. For example, but a bike messenger for a week.
  209. 6 month, temporary / legit looking tattoos – fade out after 6 mos.
  210. A random gift generator system – Enter in specifics about a person’s personality/interests/demographics and the system spits out a gift
  211. A travel guide website where people can make pages about virtual destinations. So for example people could make Squidoo type lenses about Second Life locations. Currently people can create cool in-game buildings and items in second life and gain social status in game, but there is no way for users to showcase their creations to users outside the game. And, similarly, there is no way for people interested in Second Life but who don’t want to spend all day wandering around to find out what’s cool. For example I don’t want to make a Second Life account to take a virtual tour of Harvard, but I’d like to see what the buildings look like and what activities the Harvard island hosts if I could do that via the web. Then for actual players there is a Second Life link syntax, so with one click you can teleport to that location in game.
  212. Rake with a lever that puts leaves into a bag
  213. Dance Universe.com, a dancer specific site where dancers share their moves and tips and music with each other.
  214. Pet Video Shows – Organize pets and make funny shows using pets as characters.
  215. A live actors video stream where user’s log on and provide scripts and character suggestions online.
  216. A "cheesebox" that makes call centers transparent. Generates a line graph that’s updated on real time of the average hold time and posts it to the web. That way customers know when the down times are so it evens out the call flow, saving the company money, and at the same time makes it easy for the company to hold themselves publicly accountable for great customer service.
  217. Sermon to podcast service for churches.
  218. Online dating profile consultant – Clients would receive coaching on how to improve their dating profile to attract more visitors
  219. Cemetery care – guarantee that the dearly departed always have fresh flowers and holiday appropriate accouterments on their eternal resting place – for a monthly fee.
  220. Hygiene stations at public parks or near benches.
  221. Something that protects the back of your heels if you wear tennis shoes that dig into your heel.  So you don’t have to buy new shoes but you don’t have your heels hurt either.
  222. Tutoring program for struggling and underserved communities.
  223. A service that re-orders your prescriptions automatically (auto billpaying but for medicines.)
  224. Celebrity chef tour – $150 / plate – cooked by famous chef – meet chef – signed cookbook
  225. Print rifle/pistol targets on demand (with images uploaded by the client)
  226. A company that reinvents the index cards.
  227. Tell if someone is lying service – Submit your recorded calls where experts will analyze whether the person is telling a lie or not.
  228. A company that turns pay phones into internet portals. Similar to iPhone centers that people can access the service for a fee.
  229. High-quality food delivery service, offering a few fixed meals.
  230. Software that converts data between open-source and proprietary software.
  231. A cell phones that takes photos and automatically uploads them to satellite buckets without complicated prompts or web access. Perhaps it is a phone designed by Flickr or Picassa.
  232. A hair straightener that does a salon-like job without the time spent…a brush that has heat and spikes as one. (the brush really has to blow heat out powerfully for it to work.)
  233. A poker .com that invites players to purchase products through an affiliate as “buy in”, where $1 items and $100 items can be won and lost. No cash is exchanged p2p, but Billie Joe may end up with that rubber devil duck the user bid on.
  234. Fair trade jewelry importing business
  235. A service to come to one’s location to perform quarterly preventive maintenance on computers on a yearly contractual basis.
  236. Baby Fitness DVDs – Selling baby fitness DVDs directly to consumers online
  237. A “fearless” company/service where if you’re feeling fearful or worried, you go there to get recharged or get techniques for how to deal with your fears.  Any and all fears are acceptable and people will leave feeling empowered. 
  238. Web-based homeschooling curriculum.  Like club penguin, but educational – an online learning environment.  Integrate with MS touch.
  239. A car service that includes carrying your luggage to your front door.
  240. A service where you can teach kids in developing countries/village a particular skill or trade.
  241. TV show on UStream
  242. A company you give your new shoes to and they break them in.
  243. Rent a living room. Pay per hour for a public living room.
  244. A service to write professional obituaries for people preparing their estate documents.
  245. Babysitting service with actors – Provide babysitters for clients needing service with actors as the babysitters
  246. Custom vending machines in an office – higher prices but people get to ‘own’ four spots
  247. A nail polish that taste bad and will keep people from biting their nails.
  248. Web-based Flash-based display advertising rotation management.
  249. Barber business for facial hair – Barber that specializes in facial hair, no haircuts, just facial hair trimming
  250. iPhone app that sends SMS coupons – store allows coupon if you bring your iPhone

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