• Robert BusbyRobert Busby, over 9 years ago

    Spotify for movies/tv shows.

    3 points
  • Patrick LoonstraPatrick Loonstra, over 9 years ago

    So, you are asking us to help you find the next Dropbox of Evernote?

    There are several option that provide a dashboard for all your social media activities. But non have made me convinced that I want to pay for it.

    That will be met $ 5 per month worth. But it has to be really kick ass slick and nifty. Twitter, G+, Dribbble, everthing in 1 place to track my ass.

    2 points
  • Benjamin KowalskiBenjamin Kowalski, over 9 years ago

    A travel site that truly works for the customer checking all the available modes of transportation including flights, train travel, boat travel, etc. to find the cheapest or most effective way to travel and at what times of the year. Also maybe scrapping for promotional codes and special deals?

    2 points
    • Christian BundyChristian Bundy, over 9 years ago

      http://georama.com ?

      0 points
    • Zander BradeZander Brade, over 9 years ago

      The reason something like this would never work as a monthly subscription is that most people don't need to travel (long distances) often. For example, you may go on a short holiday twice a year and have lots of plane, train, boat and tourist stuff to book but then what about the other 10 months? That's $50 for a dormant account. Obviously this could be different for you as you may travel regularly, but for the everyman it'd be pretty worthless.

      But there is definitely a lot of space to exploit in that market.

      1 point
  • Pierre Gouthéraud, over 9 years ago (edited over 9 years ago )

    What about a feedly-like for images/videos only ? (tumblrs, flickrs, blogs, dribbble feeds, twitter & facebook feeds...)

    0 points
  • Devin HalladayDevin Halladay, over 9 years ago (edited over 9 years ago )


    EDIT: Whoops, I didn't see the "doesn't exist" bit.

    0 points