I make lists. A lot of massive to do lists. And it’s rare i get to the bottom of them. I just add the remaining points to another list, at the bottom. Some of these to do’s are not real. They lack importance so they are not necessary. My idea today is to create a to do list where the last item gets removed automatically on a daily basis. They get archived so they are not really gone but i’m pretty sure they are not so important after all, otherwise I would prioritise them more.
Tag: to do
Dunno whether Google is the right organisation for this idea but they’re certainly crazy enough to create it and put it in some kind of alpha experiment.
Talking Thoughts is an idea in which everything you say out loud gets recorded so you can make plans, resumés, to do lists, meeting minutes, appointments,… anytime, anywhere, on the go and on purpose, via voice commands (start now, last ten minutes,…). It can be build as an extension of current technologies such as google glass or the smartwatch, or it can be launched as a stand-alone connected device (pin, badge) that seamlessly works with a web service accessible via mobile and desktop.
The goal of Talking Thoughts is to facilitate thoughts into concrete actions by simply expressing them.
2 url’s, 1 idea. One in Dutch, one in English. It’s some kind of (bullshit) generator of what you could potentially do. It acts as an inspiration trigger to actually do something when you’re bored. You can make a clear choice based on categories or sentiment, such as outside event or music or happy or … Why not sex?
Simple to market. Easy one off scoring opportunity.