Last Updated on March 12, 2012 by New-Startups Team
Ever wish there was a thing to (enter your wish here)? We all have ideas, not just entrepreneurs and corporations, but sometimes there may be no means to make them a reality – so what happens to those ideas? Do they just get scribbled on a napkin and then just thrown away? Thing.to aims to voice these everyday ideas to the world, making innovation a social experience.
Acting as a bulletin board of ideas, users can post, browse and share ideas while interacting with other thinkers and entrepreneurs. Currently in Beta, Thing.to asks users whenever they have an idea or wish something was invented to post it for everyone to see. By sharing the idea the opportunity for it to be developed actually becomes real. Anyone can read the posted ideas, rate them and if they like it hopefully they will create the “thing to ….”
Founded by Aaron Lundin Shapland tells us: “Thing.to is not intended to share your golden egg, but rather to share everyday problems and ideas that everyday people have. If there’s an idea you want to develop, go for it! And if you won’t, then let’s use social innovation to make your life easier.”
Next time you have an idea and want to see it made, post it on Thing.to instead of letting it float away on a napkin.