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Pascal
 USA
Automotive Repair E-Books Printer Friendly Version
Simple, painless: Pay, and download. A supersite covering virtually every Make and Model, with a complete automotive repair E-book detailing the car as a rebuild... Much like the books you buy at the auto parts store. With books costing around 15-20 bux, one could easily charge $10 for E-books. There is nothing like this on the Internet today, even Chilton's Online only has these stupid interactive CD's you can order... Who cares, who wants to wait 2-4 weeks when the car is sitting in the driveway, broken? Keep it small, under 5 megs, hell, use Adobe format if you must. Trust me, and if you don't believe me, try and find, sometime, how to replace a throttle cable on a 1988 Thunderbird LX... You'll see what I mean, it's just not possible.
P.S.: Not for the feeble-minded, a site like this would take a *ton* of work.

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Steve
 Austria
Intelligent Email Software Printer Friendly Version
When I write my email, I'm sometimes REALLY absent-minded. One of the worst mistakes I sometimes make is sending mails to the wrong people. This problem could be solved by an intelligent email client that does some basic checking and then outputs an appropriate error message (e.g. "Are you sure you want to be so rude to your GRANDMOTHER?" - "Do you really want to send this business letter to yourself?" etc. etc.)
With 20-30% of the internet population ignoring unpleasant emails, I would also need a "Be a pain in the neck"-Button. The conventional method (pushing the "Forward" button and then copying&pasting the original email address by hand) gets boring after some time.
Reward: Free copy of the software. 

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Eduardo and his brother
 Peru
Period Detector Printer Friendly Version
No, this isn't some new spellcheck feature, but it might also be useful...
If you encounter someone (some woman) in a forum such as this who seems normal one day, but bitchy the next, all you have to do is let this convenient plug-in search and filter all of that person's previous posts, and determine if there is a monthly cycle of exclamation marks, italics or profanity. If there is, you have successfully detected the relevant period, and can set the tool to ignore that user's posts during the times of greatest danger.
Reward: Peace. 

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