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Website stores everyone's pizza preferences and creates the (most) perfect pizza.
Users would log into PizzaPrefs, which
could either be a seperate pizza or on a
major site like pizzahut.com, and enter
some information about their pizza
This would include their favorite pizza
toppings, pizza toppings they like (or
don't mind), pizza toppings they
hate and will not eat, whether
they like thin or thick crust, and how
slices they usually eat.
Then the person ordering the pizza
checks off which friends of their's is
the pizza, and PizzaPrefs would generate
the most perfect pizza it could,
the number and size of pizzas. No more
guessing, no more feeling sorry for the
poor girl who didn't tell anyone she was a
vegetarian, or hearing mushroom-guy
whine about not enough mushrooms.
This could be set up as a seperate
but I think it would be better as
worked into an online pizza delivery site.
It would definitely be something worth
advertising (Be a hero: order the perfect
pizza for parties).
Possibly interface with this.
[angel, Jun 23 2005]
||Yep that works for me.
Open up web browser, click on 'large
pizza' twice, click on 'add users' and enter
names (or select common 'pizza buddies'
from the drop down list) until you've listed
everybody (guests get listed as a bref set
of preferences). Select
your location from a drop-down list and
monitor the pizza production process from
the comfort of your browser.
Geek pizza. Perfect every time.
||The problem with it being part of a Pizza chain, like Pizza Hut, would be that they would tune the pizza designer to maxmise their sale - Ie probably recommend separate pizza for everyone with all the toppings, where one bigger one (comprimise toppings) would be cheaper....
||You should also allow for a preference of pizza suppliers. To me, the difference between toppings I like and don't like is much, much smaller than between bad and acceptable pizza.
||Good addition Jutta. An independent
pizzaprefs would be better than a
corporate-ized one. Still, an indie
pizzaprefs.com would cost time and
money that a pizza chain might have a
better time justifying.
||Yes yes yes yes yes! Get this working by tonight and there'll be a bright halfpenny bit in it for you [+].