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Daily activity tracker Printer Friendly Version
I would like to be able to look at a days computer activity by date on my Mac and also be able to use it as a search.
ie the interface might be a calender. When I click a date several panes would display... e-mails sent and received; Events as listed in iCal; contacts added/changed; files and folders created/deleted, downloaded or altered; FTP activity; web pages visited: Skype calls/chats, made/received; Software used etc.

Example scenario. Search for "John Doe"... I get a list of all the e-mails, calls, chats etc related to John Doe by date. I could then click any of those dates and see everything I had done that day on my Mac.
I think this would be a great piece of software for productivity
Reward: A free copy of the application for Mac. 

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Flexible Broadband Connections Printer Friendly Version
Provide broadband packages where the connection speed is set at, say, 1mbps. Then if a user needs to download a particularly large file they would be able - at a click - to boost their connection to 2mbps for an extra fee per minute.
Reward: A pat on the back 

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Six Degrees of Computation Printer Friendly Version
This idea would require a simple computer program that displayed a screen asking 3 questions -
1. What equation/formula are you interested in?
2. What constant do you want replaced?
3. How many degrees of separation do you want?
After you answer the questions the program would search a database that had been pre-loaded with as many standard equations / formulae as possible (engineering books are full of them) looking for ones that said the chosen constant equaled something else. The first equation it found would then be used as a replacement value in the formula you chose. This is the first degree of separation. Next, each constant in the replacement value would be substituted with equivalent equations found for them. The second degree of separation. The process would continue until you got the number of degrees of separation you asked for and then the result would be displayed. Some new and surprising connections will be sure to come up because the program will be acting like a divergent thinker (someone who can take two ideas from seemingly unconnected disciplines to form a new idea).
The following two rules would have to be enforced in order to make this program work -
1. Each constant must always mean the same thing: m=mass, c=speed of light, etc.
2. No replacement formula could have a constant that was used in a previous formula (to prevent recursive logic).

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