I guess those don't always converge necessarily. I smell a request for product brewing or just a shitty events prevention filter haha.— Quintin Woods (@qwoods13) May 29, 2019
Request for product 💡: Chrome extension that uses AI to create a headline based on the article’s summary and automatically replaces the human headline— marko calvo-cruz (@CruzCalvo) May 27, 2019
Fund me plz 💸
Request for Product: If Twitter & Quora had a baby.— Erik Torenberg (@eriktorenberg) April 4, 2019
Something that combines the timely, Github-for-thinking, building-block nature of Twitter w/ the timeless, searchable, compounding-knowledge nature of Quora.
A true social network around knowledge. Not news. Not photos.
Request for product: The best parts of classic games (e.g. Catan, but just settlement picking) broken up into solvable sets of problems like chess tactics puzzles.— Arjun Balaji (@arjunblj) April 5, 2019
Request for product: simple app that checks your websites loading speed in different countries.— Joey Tawadrous (@joeytawadrous) April 5, 2019