But seriously: sometimes randomness breaks assumptions and generates great ideas. See also:
Added: Sites with working online decks: http://www.joshharrison.net/oblique-strategies/
In person, this might be trickier. This might require a robot mannequin. Alternatively, you could hire an actor with wireless ear plugs. Presumably, the computer would tell the actor what to do.
crunchmob.com <-- considering buying this one
I've considered having a best available .com competition here, but think it might be considered wasteful, doing the work of squatters for them.
I've grabbed it via 1&1 - if you're going to do something useful with either of them - let me know so I can transfer it to you gratis - just create something interesting. :-)
...I like the ykombinator premise too.
var A = ["A new and improved", "A better, faster", "An awesome", "A vibrant", "An innovative", "A faster", "A rapid", "A quick and dirty"];
var y = ["Searchable", "Virtualized", "Cloud-based", "Mobile", "Application-aware", "Viral", "Friendlier", "Online", "Web-based", "Streamlined", "Performance-oriented", "Next-gen", "Revenue-shared", "Professional"];
Is there a stock image site that has a collection?
Edit: Found it here, but no mention of what the "style" is called. http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-illustration-10284891-beaut...
Then click on their logo.
Love the instant load.
"OMG ShopMob is the next Quora!! #omgnextquora"
wrote the phrase down to my english idioms book. all investors are mine!
Surprisingly surprising - the average framework X programmer would automatically use framework X. What a great example of using the right tools for the right job.
The names were very catchy too.
how funny it would be if some sophomore really implements one of these mock ideas and become a blnaire
Back to scanning through.