338 results found displaying 4-6
    
MitchBennett2k8
 United Kingdom
Receipt Card Printer Friendly Version
A card which enables you to forget the calssic paper receipt but a card that can have your purchase information inserted onto it by being scanned.. the information can be accessed via your account with your password and username which can allow you to send a receipt to someone for instance if you give someone a gift and need to return it email them the receipt and print it off. This will help with the problem with losing receipts.
Reward: Saves paper, saves space easy to access all purchase information in one place, stops people stealing receipts! 

There is 1 reply to this idea



Want to use this idea? Check out the Site Concept as well as the Site Rules.
80°

    
tigerat35
 India
Waiter Call Button Printer Friendly Version
In a busy restaurant, we always have trouble getting a hold of a waiter. All tables should have a call button, like you would find on an airplane. This would make life easy for both the client and the waiter.
Reward: Recognition 

There are 3 replies to this idea

Want to use this idea? Check out the Site Concept as well as the Site Rules.
74°

    
Stefan Micke
 Austria
Conclusions from The WTC Disaster Printer Friendly Version
During the past several days, I've been seeing those sad scenes from the World Trade Center disaster again and again. Now, I am wondering whether there might be any conclusions to be drawn (and I mean something that goes beyond the killing of more innocent people).
One of the images that struck me most was that of people jumping off the WTC in panic and falling to death. I can't believe that, at the beginning of the 21st century, the only way of escaping from a burning sky scraper is committing suicide by jumping out of the window. If a building is taller than 1000 ft, why don't they have any parachutes for emergency purposes? I don't know if this is technically feasible, but if it's not, there are definitely other solutions. I mean, if you travel on a ship, you expect it to have life-preservers for every passenger. So I think it wouldn't be too much asked to have a similar life saver for tall buildings.
      
Reward: It would be rewarding for me if others could think about these matters as well and come up with some constructive ideas. (Maybe someone has a new approach to enhance the safety on planes?) 

There are 22 replies to this idea



Want to use this idea? Check out the Site Concept as well as the Site Rules.
74°

Sort by Newest
Results are currently sorted by "hottest". Click here to see the newest ideas first.
Sort by newest
OFFSHORE