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AaronBurns
 USA
Personalized Commercial Database Search Engines Printer Friendly Version
Choose any Search Engine and install it with the added perameters of data input which puts more power, and accuracy in what you search for simply by answering personalized questions and which results you prefer to come first to last in any online search.
An easily adaptable, question/answer alteration to any search engine which would then be applied to all chosen search engines until you wish to change parameters and personal preferences. This program should be Freeware and apply to any web search.
Reward: Aaron Steven Burns 

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vertygo
 Canada
Personal Reviews Printer Friendly Version
A site that you can submit reviews of people you've dealt with in any way, i.e. like eBay reviews but for off-eBay transactions (say you bought something off someone on a forum) .
Have a variety of sections from Teen Dating to Business Dealings, to Friendships (hey, we could have good reviews too!).

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Steve
 Austria
Ignore me, too! (automatic) Printer Friendly Version
What I hate most about modern email times is that more and more people believe that emails can be simply ignored. While this is partly understandable and probably due to the rising wave of spam that is sent by machines anyway, I find it incredibly annoying when you really have a request or problem and are longing for an answer.
Two ideas:
1. An "I definitely want an answer" setting. Your email program will monitor if you received a reply to a particular message, and if you didn't, it'll send out a second mail insisting that you are still waiting for a reply. Such a second mail usually works very well if sent manually, but I find it increasingly difficult to keep track of all of the mail I have sent that has remained unanswered.
2. An "ignore me, too" setting. - Sometimes, the "I definitely want an answer" setting will fail. Some people are simply impolite, they won't reply, or it'll take them forever to answer. Then, all of a sudden, they need something themselves, and then it has do be done really quickly, of course. My suggestion is an "ignore me, too!" setting in the email program. Once activated, it'll keep track on how long it took someone else until they finally got their reply out, and it'll delay your own message for the same time span.
Reward: A free copy of the software. 

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