a startup idea shared by pavelgardavsky on 08/06/2012
Problem No. 1: Imagine that you are movie fan. You know a lot about them and want to share your experience. What will you use? imdb.com etc.? Too open and overload with ads... You are lookin' for some solution but you are IT user not expert…
Problem No. 2: Imagine that you are jazz music lover. Jazz is about: musicians, groups, cds, tracks, concerts, places. You want to store somewhere your experience. You need some web database which you can define, modify, fill-in through web user-friendly interfaces. What will you use? google freebase? wiki?…
Problem No. 3: Imagine that you are teacher and you ask your students to collect information about solar energy: technologies, companies, products, persons, events etc. From various sources. You need perfectly categorize and classify all the stuff an present it. What tool will you use?
So the idea is something like universal web database, where even greenhorn (not IT guy) can easily create web database for real problems, easily collect data and present them. To solve all 3 above mentioned problems (and much more) with one web based tool … Nothing like this in this world driven by Google, Facebook, Apple and other big names…
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Brilliant idea. Unfortunately this exists. It's called the Internet
|31 months ago
A community-curated database of well-known people, places, and things
|43 months ago
by Gennady Kovshenin
|LibreOffice Base||43 months ago
by Gennady Kovshenin
|49 months ago
|IMDB API||51 months ago
by Michael Minter
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