Peek’s Picks: The Internet Wishlist Is a Wall of Inspiration

Peek's Picks

The Great Aric Peek does it again. Last week he sent me a link to The Internet Wishlist (theinternetwishlist.com). It sounds like such a basic concept, but it’s a bit genius as well. It’s simply a wall where people post ideas for apps and websites. Imagine that, a site where potential entrepreneurs and developers can simply pluck ideas from a source to which people are voluntarily submitting. It’s pretty awesome.

If you want to add an idea to the wishlist, spit it out on Twitter and use #theiwl. But be (hopefully) innovative because they’re selective.

You know, I’ve been slacking on my 100 Days/100 Ideas posts. Mostly because it’s tougher than I thought to constantly come up with (hopefully) innovative (more or less) new ideas. I’ll be using these as backup. All credit is due to the posters as well. I just want to share awesome ideas.

Created By: http://magentalabs.org
Website: http://theinternetwishlist.com
Twitter: @theiwl
Email: theiwl@magentalabs.org

Previously: Purpose Looks to Change the World Socially and Economically

One thought on “Peek’s Picks: The Internet Wishlist Is a Wall of Inspiration

  1. Pingback: Peek’s Picks: Aric’s TED Talk Picks | Andre C Griffiths

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