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Opensource Suggestions

Based upon what you have, other can suggest what is possible.
 
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Life is a great thing. You want to do something but you don't have a thing.

others may have something and they don't know what to do with it.

How about a website where you can post what you have and others can tell you what is possible with it.

More things you list, more useful ideas you can get.

Suggestor can also think better and useful thinking can flow like anything, which can be useful to mass.

Items may include Money, Power, Humanity, Location, etc..

Update: IN the light of replies, here is the update:

1. Let's say you know music and you have some free time.

2. Let's see there is another person who also happens to know music but has almost no time due to busy schedule., But he would like to record a tune.

When he see the advertized time and music, he would contact that party , give him the idea of the type of music that he want toc ompose and other person will work on it and provide to the 2nd person. Meanwhile the second person is going to point to all resources that he think will be helpful to the 2nd person.

Think this as a little act of balancing the world, burning the gaps between people who have differents resources and different demands.

Not just the shared sites or ideas or software, but using the actual 'free' resources that people have.

If we have the open source software, I think the open source suggestions can be more useful and more widesprad.

artist, Oct 15 2003

something like this? http://www.londonti...nk.org.uk/info1.htm
[po, Oct 04 2004]

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       //Items may include Money, Power, Humanity, Location, etc..//   

       "I have humanity, but no idea what to do with it. Can someone help?"
suctionpad, Oct 15 2003
  

       eeh ?
have : time ?
want : ideas?

then simply post something called Opensource Suggestions on the HB
neilp, Oct 15 2003
  

       I have Location but don't know where I'm going with it.
lostdog, Oct 15 2003
  

       Bury it.
Detly, Oct 15 2003
  

       Misunderstanding concepts is very easy with limited senses.   

       What I mean to say that If the person writes that I have free time in the evening regularly or have 'x' amount of money to spare or lives in 'x' location or 'feels for someone about having cancer' etc...   

       I mean put what you are and what you have, and others can give wonderful suggestions for it as what positives in the life can be achieved.
artist, Oct 16 2003
  

       this was suggested at one time, in UK. I cannot remember how it worked though.. volunteers offered periods of time for using their expertise for the community or something.
po, Oct 16 2003
  

       You could print this out, fold it (until it is all sharp corners) and stick it where the sun don't shine.   

       Little sheeple running all over the place trying to find meaning in their little lives, asking to be given answers to the most pressing moral questions of our time:   

       What should I wear?   

       Who should I vote for?   

       Where should I live?   

       To which diety's represetitive should I send all of my government dole?   

       Think for yourself.
ato_de, Oct 16 2003
  

       ah, suddenly it all becomes clear.
neilp, Oct 16 2003
  

       I thing you guys don't get it: this is putting the "monkey" in "monkey island". _Whoa! You've got your bathroom key? You could open, or even close your bathroom door with that you know? _Holy Molly! If you mix this pipe, this electronic components, and that handle in the proper room, you can make a bazooka, to use against the mother-in-law I see on the bottom of your list!!
sidi, Jan 24 2004
  
      
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