Saturday, November 29, 2008

Free Idea # 197 - Weekly real estate magazine

Publish a weekly magazine that contains all houses and homes
for sale or rent in a particular district and distribute the
magazine using homeless vendors. For a small charge,
the public will be kept up to date and the vendors will
receive a share of the magazine price.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Free Idea # 196 - Group bookings discount services

Provide a service where individuals can apply for holidays,
hotels and activities where there is a group discount on bookings.
Once the requisite number of people have applied, the booking
would be made. Everyone would then pay the discount price
whilst a small commission would be paid to the company
that runs the service.

Friday, November 21, 2008

Free Idea # 195 - Airline compatible liquids containers

As Airline require liquids in carry-on baggage must be in
individual containers with a maximum capacity of 100 ml/ each.
Include an 'airline compatible' section in drugstores where
cosmetics and toiletries are sold in containers of less
than 100ml.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Free Idea # 194 - Aggregate and distribute real time traffic speed

Aggregate and distribute real time traffic speed by monitoring
cars that are using GPS mapping units. These real time feeds
would be far superior to radio broadcasts and could be sold to
GPS owners as well as TV, radio stations and websites) to
define the best real time route to any destination.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Free Idea # 193 - Afficial intelligent bathroom light

Create touch sensitive bathroom floor tiles that light up when
trodden on to avoid waking up others - or hurting the eyes -
with the excessive brightness of a regular bathroom light.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Free Idea # 192 - Home use UPC barcode scanner

Manufacture a UPC barcode scanner to use at home.
Users can scan barcode of their possessions to make
listing on eBay simpler, and the codes of new purchases
could be kept in a private database and compared
automatically against product recall announcements.