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AaronBurns
 USA
Guest Book On The Moon Printer Friendly Version
Plant a closable metal box securely onto the surface of the moon with non-biodegradeable paper and pen too sign your name, date, or any other message in the book, as we will all (some day) be able to charter a space plane to the moon, to sign the book. The sponsor could leave an ad and charge by line in the book, or books. You could also be buried there, or leave a plaque or tile with your name or a flag of your company or heritage as long as we don't clutter the moon's surface. We could narrow it down to the essentials and I think a guest book and charge would be best, as well as the sponsor's name on the box and book.
Reward: Just a thought that would become obvious soon any way. No reward other than being the first to say it here. 

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jelley
 USA
Doppelganger Locator Printer Friendly Version
An interface allowing people to find many others who are lookalikes (or nearly lookalikes) of themselves, and then enable them to compare notes with each other re: possible shared tendencies/tastebuds/etc. It could enable people to upload images of themselves whereupon a 'Face Recognition Bot' would guide them in dragging their JPEG to an area of other JPEGs most closely matching their image in an array.
A numeric equivalent to such an array is:
11 12 22 23 33 34 44
45 55 56 66 67 77 78
This was inspired by Nancy Segal's book about twins separated at birth - Entwined Lives
Reward: Satisfying my curiosity. If such a site were created, people would be enabled to discover the not-as-yet explored aspect missing from the book Entwined Lives. That is: Do non-related lookalikes share similar tendencies, tastebuds, etc. just as identical twins do? E.g. even if they're not "supposedly" related, nevertheless, maybe their genes are related? 

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magicat
 USA
Book Chips Printer Friendly Version
I know food isn't allowed in libraries, but this is different. These would be little chips that could be implanted in the spine of a book. If the book went missing then it could be tracked down.
The chips would have to be hidden pretty well so that no one could remove them.

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