Tuesday, February 27, 2007

box.net widget - awesome

Get your own Box.net widget and share anywhere!

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Garage Cafe Idea

Apply the open biz concept to:
Sell used goods. Anything from ipods to cds to books to posters to bicycle parts.
Get posters from anywhere I can. Make money off the drinks and a little from the goods.

Saturday, March 04, 2006

Application Examples

30 Boxes - calendar sharing

IMDB - I write a comment on IMDB.  I should be able to associate it with my network..let my network see it.
All the things i contribute to on the web should be related / associated.

music - songs I listen to, my playslist

The value that Friendster provides:
1) Features:
 - Share Testimonials.  It's appealing because we want to know what our friends think of us. 

It's limited because you're limited to a text box.  I want to be able to express my thoughts about my friends in whatever creative way I can.  The application functionality shouldn't limit me.  Friendster provides the association between friends.  The functionality should be independent of it. 

Saturday, February 18, 2006

registry of tags

many aggregators are already doing this.
Tags vs. Tagging

We are tagging blogs all the time.  FLICKR users tag photos.
We are tagging pieces of content and entire sites.

What other things can we tag?  What other things can we tag that would bring us value?
Why aren't we tagging relationships between these other things?

can we tag relationships?

Thursday, February 16, 2006

eternal sunshie

just watched eternal sunshine,

memory is such a big concept.   it's almost as big a concept as time.
what's the relationship between memory and time?
there are probably many relationships or associations between memory and time.

What are the properties of memories? 
Let's see:

Some memories are good, some are bad.  No that's not right.  Memories must be neither good nor bad, the memories themselves are neutral.  We refer to them as good or bad but what we really mean is that the event, or segment of time the memory covers, is good or bad.  And probably the experience of recalling the memory results in an undesireable feeling.

what's the relationship between memory and habit.  How does memory influence habit?  Seems that habits aren't dependent on memory.  If I could erase my memory of a bad habit I have, will I remove that habit?  I doubt it.


Raymond Ie
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