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+ Concepts Rules
Wish / ProblemWhy?

    "I wish this thing be like that..."

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    | (19130)  The Paradox of the Economy Everything you buy needs to pay for all the salaries and costs of and needs of everyone involved in producing the good. This relationship is recursive. As they each need that from everyone they buy from. So how can there be enough money for everyone?
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    | (19127)  Visualize or visible demand How to cause demand to be visible to others in society
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    | (19125)  Safer world We can change the world to be safer
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    | (19124)  Work aggregation and work pattern matching Everyday 7 billion people do something in their average day. Someone needs to decide what these people do and some of it is intellectual and some is physical. Why isn't customer service perfect? Surely there is enough people to do the work. Why can't I phone government or my bank and my problems be resolved instantly over the phone. There must be a system that everyone could use that allows the work that each person does to satisfy the needs of multiple people. I propose work items are created and matched to others that have similar patterns. We could combine jobs and information together so that someone on the way somewhere also does other tasks that help others that have similar problems. If I am doing some work on a computer, this work must match patterns of someone else's work on the computer.
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+ Ideas Rules
Method / PrincipleHow?

    "I found a way this could work..."

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    (19132)  Transitive Pull model - impedence of work and profit : Every action of work should benefit the employer and by extension employees. How to algorithmically identify cost effective work tasks so everything a worker does pulls towards profit? I think this is an algorithmic problem. Effects of work can be represented as a graph of cause and effect. If you don't do administration or what causes your business to earn money, you go out of business. Work done is not priced unless you're a billable employee. Need some method valuing work and estimating compexity in terms of time used to calculate price
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    (19130)  Can A* be used to generate algorithm sourcecode? : I thought of an idea to use a* algorithm to "walk" toward a solution that solves a programming problem. Each neighbour can be a weighted list of programming tasks such as if statement, for each, assignment, recursive call. How do you map example data structures transformations to code that fulfils the changes to the data structure? You need a cost function that decreases when the output gets nearer to the solution. What does the cost function for code solving a problem look similar to?
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    (19128)  Stack pattern match : Imagine you have a reference implementation of a btree and a reference implementation of a locking manager and a security manager and you want to tie them together. You could add code calls from one to the other but what if there is a better way? The better way for extensibility is to match stack function calldepths to code snippets that run whenever the pattern is matched. For example when a btree is split you might want to acquire locks or release locks in a certain order. We can do pattern matching around the callsite of a btree split and return values and do the right locking and security behaviours without needing to change the API of either. Essentially you have parallel multiple return values.
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    (19127)  Failure due to not enough critical mass : For some thing to be successful, it needs critical mass. If a company doesn't get enough customers, it shall shut down. Same with websites and blogs, if they don't get visitors the creators or author loses interest or loses money for long enough they stop.
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    (19127)  Geographic wants and needs app : Ping server with geographic location of wants, be matched to providers of wants, view wants of others on app. Like Foursquare for wants and needs
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+ Projects Rules
Work / GroupAct !

    "Here's what I did, and will do next..."

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    | (19127)  Hivica : Planetary habitation vehicle (PHV). To help people live directly on planets, free from housing.
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    | (19127)  Grounded Stream . com : Connect entities in the crafts ecosystem together and create relationships to reach full economic potential
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    | (19127)  Document database backed by keyvalue storage : Implement a documentDB backed by keyvalue storage with efficient querying
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    | (19096)  Ruta : Helping people raise brainchildren
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    | (19096)  idoo : Make instructional videos for spreading the use of Odoo
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    | (19096)  ogiziu : Activating Imaginators
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ago @ Can A* be used to generate algorithm sourcecode?

We can scan the output structure and generate facts of each relationship … (expand)

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chronological

ago @ Can A* be used to generate algorithm sourcecode?

I had a thought. If you imagine the output generated code as … (expand)

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chronological

ago @ Failure due to not enough critical mass

I'm using a hyperlocal chat room called Jodel but it's got bad … (expand)

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chronological

ago @ Failure due to not enough critical mass

If marketing is good and accurate and reliable and true it is … (expand)

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chronological

ago @ Failure due to not enough critical mass

Yeah, well, marketing, this necessary evil? Then, next Q will be: "How … (expand)

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Mindey

ago @ Geographic wants and needs app

// I want so many different things. But I don't know which … (expand)

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Mindey

ago @ Geographic wants and needs app

I agree. We need that too. I want so many different things. … (expand)

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chronological

ago @ Geographic wants and needs app

Instead of showing what we want by buying, show what we want … (expand)

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Mindey

ago @ Commit to buy & crowdfunding

// Yes exactly like Groupon with mfg.com. This idea really makes sense. … (expand)

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Mindey

ago @ Commit to buy & crowdfunding

Yes exactly like Groupon with mfg.com. Commit to buy is worth billions … (expand)

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