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Steal This Product Idea #5 – Personalized Retail Shopping

January 27, 2012   -   0 comments   -  

For all the advances in consumer technologies, walking into a retail store and making a purchase still feels like a “outdated” experience.  There’s a ton of relevant public information that I’d gladly provide to retailers in exchange for a more personalized shopping experience.  But despite the proliferation of social data, most retailers don’t know anything about

Why it’s Important to Share your Startup Idea

September 21, 2011   -   1 comment   -  

We speak with a ton of idea stage entrepreneurs through StartupGiraffe. Many times, people think we’re going to “Zuckerberg their Winklevoss” and steal whatever brilliant ideas they have. Because of this, they speak in generalizations and vagaries (it’s like LinkedIn meets Yelp for Healthcare with Farmville-style gamification). Unfortunately if you don’t tell us the details

Steal This Product Idea #4 – CricketFaceoff.com

August 26, 2010   -   7 comments   -  

I’ve been playing Fantasy Football for the last 8 years and absolutely love it.   For those who don’t know how it works: you join a league with your friends, draft real players, and accumulate points based on how the players do in real life.  Each week you match up against one of your friends,

Steal this Product Idea #3: Get Together

July 18, 2010   -   11 comments   -  

While staying up all-night in your mom’s basement, battling magical orcs and pounding Cheetos sounds awesome to some people: most of us would rather meet up with friends and do fun stuff in the real-world.  Virtual worlds are dying.  Instead, we use status updates and check-ins to show off how awesome our first lives are:

Steal this Product Idea #2

April 10, 2010   -   6 comments   -  

So it’s 2010 and according to the 80′s movies I was obsessed with as a kid we should have hoverboards, flying cars, sexy robots, and violent but thrilling reality tv gameshows. I can forgive scientists for failing to deliver on the important stuff, but at the very least, they should’ve come up with a really

Steal this Product Idea: Sign.al

March 22, 2010   -   16 comments   -  

We are overloaded with information.  During the course of my day I email, tweet, comment, post, chat, message, buzz, check in, call, sms, mms, bbm and sometimes (if I’m really lucky) actually talk to people.  We are moving towards an ever increasing flood of content (much of it automated) and it’s only gettin’ worse.  One