What if there was a product that could help us identify faults in our electrical appliances easily? Say hello to the fault detector.
They say we think more than 80,000 thoughts per day. Many of those include light ephemeral thoughts and others; weighty like whether or not to buy the iPad Pro or the Surface Book. In this maelstrom of thoughts, where is the space for new ideas?
Have you seen yclist? It’s a listing of Y Combinator’s alumni. The dead ones, thriving ones, those exited and those trundling along.
Africa may trail the US and Europe in terms of technology, but the gap is closing fast. It seems our economic woes have inspired us to harness certain technologies with more zeal and in more innovative ways –Big Data is turning out to be one of those.
Idea: use the e-commerce model to solve the major problem of event planning in Nigeria.
They say ideas are a dime a dozen. Perhaps, these days, startups are too, without meaning to disparage anyone. However, most geniuses aren’t contemporaneously rich – they need to sell their ideas to moneyed backers so the ideas can be given wings and take flight. The most pressing concern for the great majority of geniuses […]