2. Put a lading page to collect emails in it. Link to this demo.
3. Include the copy "Accordionfy.com is aiming to disrupt the accordion industry by leveraging the web stack to deliver an life-like accordion experience to anyone with an internet connection."
4. Under the copy include: "We are currently raising seed investment."
5. Write 3 blog posts a day about anything but accordions.
6. Tweet about accordion-first startups.
7. Apply to YC and then complain about how PG hates accordions.
8. Buy a black hoodie and an airplane ticket to SF.
9. Go to every startup event in SF.
10. Tell people how much traction you got from the HN post.
11. Rinse and repeat #9 && #10 for 3 months.
12. Make a blog post about how you failed, and how it taught you that startups are hard. Never thinking about that you were trying to sell a fucking accordion in a web browser.
13. Get acquired by Yahoo! for 15 Million dollars.
In all seriousness, I love this.
The size of the window vertically would control the pitch, so if I have a small sliver vertically it should be high pitched and if my browser window is tall(vertically) it should be low pitched.
The speed of the change in size horizontally should be how fast the air passes through the instrument.
If I have it vertically large and slowly drag it to the left it should let out a low drone, if I go quickly it should be a low burst, etc.
Still very cool!
And then make a litte plugin out of it, so this can be put on all websites; using a canonical CDN location would even mean everybody has it cached all the time, so there'd be no downside to doing that.
I have been wondering what the web 3.0 would look like for a while now, but I asked the wrong question.... what does it sound like, that is what matters.
I'm off to hang myself.
It was so loud. There was no escape.
Had to pull the battery to end the ordeal.