So what kind of online ideas are you interested in right now? There’s no barrier to prevent the average internet user from blogging online to their heart’s content. Whether they want to focus on online news and informational materials, on celebrity centric online buzz or just great online articles about the topics you like most. Online ideas can turn up anywhere, whether in the form of a philosophical concept, a running joke, a political cause or just a new trick you can use around the house, while enjoying your favorite hobby or passion, in the outdoors, or in bed.
Examples? Sure, I have some examples! This is not the most practical resource on the internet, but there is such a thing as the Center for Prevention of Shopping Cart Abuse. It’s pretty much what it sounds like (and obviously not to be taken too seriously), but as online ideas go, this one’s pretty solid.
There’s also Doggles, basically goggles for your dog. I hate to shoot down someone else’s online ideas, but I wouldn’t really bother getting these. I assume my dog can close its eyes or just blind frequently for long enough to finish a run through the surf. This is i guess a pretty good example of online ideas that have grown into a brand in their own right, and have made their owners a heap of money.
There’s also BugMeNot, which is a pretty interesting approach to avoiding the hassle of account creation for sites like YouTube or the New York Times where you’re expected to create an account, but you don’t really need a personal one. Basically it’s a group of users sharing a limited set of login information. Pretty neat right? I don’t know if I’d use it, but this is just another instance of the kind of online ideas you’ll find even if you just look around randomly.
This is a great source for more: dna-digitalnews.com