You know those days packed with meetings, work assignments, etc? For me they are a harsh reality.
Any time scheduler/planning tool lacks intelligence. With this idea, I want to create a better scheduler, an intelligent planner that takes into account travel times, previous encounters with the same persons (analytics of the time planned and spent both from my perspective as for the other) and anticipates changes. Planning meetings, or time in general, is something that is theoretically right. Once you start your day, it rarely happens that you can keep up with all your good intentions. Thebetterscheduler is an agenda 2.0, a helpful tool that synchronises reality in real time with your planning, while with an add-on you can track time effectively and invoice accordingly. The better scheduler – plan you life better.
With the rise of so many people eating in front for their screens, it’s a simple, yet nice idea to connect these people. Eating together is more than just sharing food, it’s the social conversations that make it a fine, enjoyable event.
So whether you are in front of your desktop, laptop, tablet, cell phone or TV, whether it is breakfast, lunch or dinner, just don’t eat alone. Chatroulette someone who’s just like you eating solely. Or join one of our table chatrooms. Talk to strangers, make new friends.
A relationship with books as a starting point for relationships with real people. The bookswap.com service enables people to keep track of their personal library, say what books are available for swapping and keep track of the ones that got passed on/through. By discovering books you love (to read), meet people with mutual interests, start discussing them books and other stuff that matters to you. Enjoy the track and trace of your (favourite) books that passed through real people’s hands.
The book swap service works with a book valuation system and guestbook review system per book aims to become the largest reading initiative in the world.
The guestbook review system can be compared with the guestbook at the end of a exhibition or hotel visit. Every member of the bookswap service gains points which can be exchanged to get priority listing on rare books.