All the worlds best recipes at your fingertips - you can think about it like Spotify for recipes. Be able to seamlessly search for recipes, cooks, or ingredients so you can figure out what to cook this week or how to use those radishes that are on the verge of going bad in your fridge.
Cards should be personal, fun to open, and easy to send. This is a web app that allows artists and designers to upload their work and convert it into ecards (with click-and-open animations) to send! Possible features include a way for designers to make money from cards, public/private cards, etc.
We are in the very early stages of exploring an idea to build a web-based IDE for non-programmers! We want to allow anyone to build web-applications, even if they lack the ability to code. We are trying to accomplish this by leveraging machine learning/AI to allow code to be generated just by typing in text. For example, instead of writing out HTML/CSS for a blue button, you could just type "give me a light blue button that says sign-up" and our software would output the code and the styled button as well. Any feedback is welcome as we are trying to establish the best direction to take this idea.
Would it be nice to: Never forget a link again and go searching for hours? Open all your common links easily? Save all your open tabs in one go to resume later? Never have your computer slow down because of too many tabs open? We've built an extension and website for managing your bookmarks with nice visuals and collaboration in mind, and we're now wondering if we should take it to the next level by managing your tabs too. There are some great extensions out there that help you manage your tabs like onetab and gettoby, but developers have stopped working on them and there's so much room for improvement. We're wondering if we took the best features from there around tab management and added it to our current bookmarking platform would you want this?
Startup Name Check helps you to identify which name you should use for your next side-project or startup. The free service allows you check over 50 social networks and domain names in parallel - for as many names as you want. You can also get suggestions for other names.
As a kid, do you remember building forts with cardboard, sticks, blankets, tape, tarp...whatever you could use to create a wall and erect. It was always challenging cause you had to somehow attach the cardboard or sticks together so that it would actually be sturdy and making it look appealing was not even possible lol. So, what if you could attach cardboard together easily (an 8yrd old could build), securely, and neatly making straight walls, 90 degree corners (or any degree corner), pitched roofs, swinging windows and doors? You could make forts, mazes, dog houses, doll houses...almost anything you or your childs mind can imagine. We are in development of what we would like to compare it as "the Lego of Fort building". Our "clips" are about two thirds the size of a credit card and can attach cardboard, foam board, or gator board together easily and securely. Thoughts?
Anonymised sharing platform. Ever wondered "Am I the only one?" Ever had something on your heart that you don't feel like sharing with your friends and family? Ever had a big idea to change the world but been too shy to share it on social media? Unburden will be a website/forum allowing users to post and discuss anonymously. No influencers, no likes, no judgment. If you click with someone, you can still ask them if they would like to "connect" and add them to your contacts.
PartageonsUnConteneur is a marketplace that connect people that have empty space in a shipping container to people looking for empty spaces for small volumes. We are trying to solve the challenge of merchants that would like to import small volumes (1 to 10 cubic meters) and can it afford to buy a container on their own. The platform allows their members to get together and ship a container with their shipments
The idea is to have a directory to find/discover local restaurants (primarily). Right now it seems that its Google Maps, Yelp, blogs, and food delivery services that are the main source for discovering where to eat/where to order from. I think if there was a better solution to discover local places to eat it would be easier to support them. I would love for a platform that allows restaurant owners to pitch their offerings to the public directly without having to rely on reviews from Yelp/Google Maps. And by all means, I want to avoid this type of restaurant review: https://www.blogto.com/restaurants/danforthroti/
Quick question: anyone here experiencing Sleep Paralysis? I'm curious of the solutions you found. I'm about to put in some effort create one, but wouldn't like to reinvent the wheel. So let's share knowledge I'm thinking about a detection - wake up poke product
It a website that offers domestic services. Where the user can make a better use of his/her time by reserving and scheduling any kind of service for his home. The services includes cleaning, laundry, gardening, technical support, handyman, etc. All payments are done online.
A browser extension that removes feed from LinkedIn. You can still view a person's post by going through his profile - but nothing in the feed. A further version could be improved filtering - if you have seen a post of one type - you won't see it's a sibling posts. (Eg. Spammy posts like getting a certificate, becoming part of a DSC/Club would be filtered out.