- incorporates accessibility to make public predictions and bets in the vein of http://longbets.org
- would be nice if g+ could import friends from fb and followings from twitter autominously. I would need automated import of them to g+ like how spotify imports itunes songs, there are so many of them. I would love to tweet through g+ and replace fb entirely. so I have 1 interface replacing 2.
- (1)Commercial or organizational emails need a link to click at the bottom of each e-mail to change the frequency of updates to yearly or monthly or weekly or daily or no limit from what ever the frequency was before. This customizabilty would prevent people from labeling updates as spam or unsubscribing. People need to be able to control how they receive information in parity with their inherent control over what they receive. (2)The ability to redirect updates to another email proven to be the same owner of the previous email is also necessary.
- foursquare: What if every act you did was rewarded or punished in your favourite MMO game? If you picked up a pepsi can and recycled it you would get Prestige on COD7. Or used a bicycle rather than a car you would increase your stamina in World of WarCraft? Of course who decides the rewards and punishments
- multiple users on 1 email account - (limitation scale) there is always a niche use
- the problem I have with tagging things is the redundancy, I know other people must have tagged this image into gimmiebar and so I want collectively all their tags to show up as suggestions so I don't have to repeat the work. I'm only ok with tagging if I'm the first person to ever tag this image, but when these images are posted aren't there already inherent tags? why can't we have an extremely intelligent program that generates tags automatically based on the webpage data or captions?
- buy up hashtags.org, you should be able to tag the graphs with news items or what you think was the cause of a spike or other behavior. You should be allowed to tag lines in google docs as demarcations you can jump through like clicking the contents to jump through chapters in a book. So tag lines and search tag lists and create document lists containing up to 15 tags. these lists can be accessed remotely and allow one to make groupings on the fly of hundreds of documents from your Google docs to archived documents stored by diigo.
- dual interfaces for bookmarks, and other organization: you want a separate interface for entering bookmarks, and another for retrieving bookmarks. for example, I have a folder called "healthcare tools", if I want to add to this folder I like the option of adding it through a "tools" folder so I don't have to go to my "Health & Hygiene" folder and open folders until I find the subcategory, its more efficient opening one folder and finding what you need if you are looking based more on the tools criteria than the healthcare criteria. I also may add tools to the folder and then sort them later so having multiple accesses for the same folder in my bookmarks tabs is essential.
- on listography crossing something off the list brings it to the top
- ability to share listography lists w/ g+ circles
- External redundancy filter:
- How it works: If you follow an entity on twitter, on tumblr, on fb, on g+, and on rss. That entity which posts a new item posts it synchronously across all social media might include a link back to that entity's website or include an acknowledgement button if you don't want to follow up on the item posted. If you click a like button, +1, or a given link to the material (or open in new tab/window) then the external reduncancy filter will filter out all other instances of that story popping up on your dash, or in your streams across all other social media and media readers. You won't have to see the same item more than once. The acknowledgement button is an active means of communicating to the filter but communication might be passive if you wanted it to be like in an rss reader.
- What it allows you to do:follow the same entity across all platforms to ensure you see everything regardless of which application you are using without the annoyance of sifting through redundant material. It makes the application more irrelevant for the reader.
- if answering stupid but general questions on okc could only lead to more specific, non multiple choice questions, the precision and accuracy would sky rocket. So instead of like 2k random questions there wold be several threads that woulld just continue and branch off. Q&A overlapping wouldn't be an issue either because all questions asked of you would be derivative off what you previously answered.
jul 16 2011 ∞
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