Monthly Archives: July 2020

Y’all Come Back Now Ya Hear

This is a prod­uct where com­pa­nies can embed URLs into doc­u­ments to get repeat cus­tomers. Not just “see more at Maddocks.com.au” but “Got ques­tions about this doc­u­ment? Here’s a link. Got a mod­i­fi­ca­tion you want to make? Here’s a link.” … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Casey

AI assis­tant that can do case research / dis­cov­ery like an assis­tant would. Point is that you don’t have to spec­i­fy the search terms, it uses terms in the case file, snip­pets of text that have been high­light­ed and a … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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App Ideas for Microsoft Teams

https://www.theverge.com/2020/7/21/21332414/microsoft-teams-third-party-apps-calls-meetings-integration-features Meet­ings can now have third par­ty apps. Ideas: A big clock to record how long the meet­ing has been going on for Lit­tle mini start/stop clocks under it to keep peo­ple from talk­ing for too long. AI that can detect when some­one … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Weekly — a daily tracking app from a sheet

So you’re doing some self improve­ment and want to take a mea­sure of some aspect of your life dai­ly. Now imag­ine that you could fire up a Google Sheet, whack in some columns, down­load an app, point it at that … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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CarBed — Killer of Cities

Imag­ine you go to bed at night with your wife as per nor­mal, but dur­ing the night your robot­ic bed wakes up, fer­ry’s you to the car and loads you in (think like a cof­fin into a hearse). The car … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Hydroponics using just energy and (sea?) water

So you can make Ammo­nia (NH3) by tak­ing water mol­e­cules, split­ting it into H2 and O2 via hydroli­sis­ers, and then using a plas­ma (or the Haber Bosch tech­nique) to com­bine the H2 with Nitro­gen from the air to pro­duce Ammo­nia … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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