Captchas get topical
no second-level password requirement. it even accepts auto-login cookies, for god’s sake. Google Checkout is like leaving your credit card on the street.
Somebody should invent a piece of paper which reads out words as you read them. By scanning your eyes. So you could have audio on any book, and you could hear the audio at your own speed. Wouldn’t work well for fiction.
Adobe Air. Google Gears. What is it with offline-web applications and alliteration anyway?
I can’t believe it’s taken less than two years for Jeff Han’s multi-touch megascreen to go from amazing at TED to annoying on CNN.
program that tells you if anyone in your email address book is online (if they have the program too) and lets you chat over email using subject lines as text. instant cross-network IM. maybe if i post it someone will spontaneously build it…