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Uihyun Bae
 South Korea
Time as a resource Printer Friendly Version
A big problem that can happen in the work place is the lack of time to do anything else. Frankly, no company wants to give their workers more free time; they would rather have them work on projects or maintain the company. But this leads us to a situation where many Korean workers simply have no time to do anything else like exercise or spend time with their family. Out of interest of both sides of the group I suggest an innovative method of solving this problem.
My idea is to use time as currency. I got this idea from a movie called "In Time" where society uses time as a universal currency to purchase goods and services. In the movie, people with massive amounts of time live of hundreds and thousands of years while the less fortunate usually die around 40 due to a lack of time. I think this can be implemented in the work place as a motivation and incentive for the workers to work efficiently.
The system will require a simple balance sheet that records how much free time a person has. This can be electronic or physical but shouldn't matter to much as long as counterfeits can be avoided. The company will simply distribute a set amount of time to all the workers in the company monthly. This will give everyone some time every month to take some time off. However, the catch is that workers can gain or loose time by earning or spending their time. For example, they can sell their time for a slight raise in wages or forefeit some of their wage to buy time. In addition companies can use this as a sort of incentive by rewarding time to workers they deem worthy of the reward.
I am also aware large companies such as Samsung have ID cards they slide through before entering their offices to keep track of time. This can be implemented with my idea (such as keep the amount of time on their ID cards) to produce a system where workers are paid according to their time worked but also allows them to literally spend time doing other things they want or need to do.

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MaritaHelen
 South Korea
Korean vs Western dining table Printer Friendly Version
Having a table that can change height after what is wanted/ needed, from a Korean dining table to Western dining table. Also, it should be able to change the height of only half of the table, so half can be Korean traditional style and half Western.
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A table like this would be very convenient for non-Koreans living in Korea together with a Korean, or a Korean living abroad with a westerner.

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Smart1Iam
 USA
Dual screen = dual user computer Printer Friendly Version
I sometimes find my wife wants to kick me off my computer to use Facebook or something else and I thought that Windows should be able to switch my computer to a dual user mode where I can have 2 mice plugged in and at the click of an icon my two screens could switch to separate user interfaces. Most computers have plenty of processing power and dual screen video cards are very common. This could work with wireless screens (tablets) or any other video device. Audio could be tricky but could easily split a 5.1 into 2 stereo channels or split stereo into 2 channels. I think this could be a great benefit to families that have children sharing computers for homework and other things. I would like to see this as a Microsoft Windows integration.
Reward: Public recognition for the idea and free product would be great. 

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