The Most Innovative Laundromat You’ll See

The new laundry and cafe has a clean design and provides lots of amenities for customers.


Cool Idea: Life Tokens

Each token features a graphic on the front that encapsulates a specific emotion, and a 6-digit code on the back that, when entered by the recipient on Life Tokens’ website, reveals the identity of the sender along with a personal message.


SodaHead.com Wants To Know What Questions Are “Bubbling In Your Head”

Michael (Co-Founder & President) and I wanted to create the best place on the Internet for people to discuss their opinions and connect with others on a more substantive basis than other social networks.


Public Library Allows Patrons To Also Borrow People

The idea of a Human Library first emerged in Copenhagen about a decade ago, as a way to break down prejudice by bringing people of different backgrounds together for one-on-one conversation.


Tech-Savvy Tailgating

Drill Blender You normally don’t have a blender in your truck, but you might have a cordless drill.

The Money Tree

Amy Rosenthal hung 100 dollar bills from a tree in Chicago just to see what would happen.

Giant-Screen Social Games For Crowds

Uplause games can be shown on-screen during breaks in the action at any game or large event.


Chatroulette Founder Comes To America

In Julia Ioffe’s story, we learn that Ternovskiy struggled in school–his offenses included “chronic truancy and correcting the English of his English teacher” (he learned English by chatting with friends online).


Five Ways To Make Great Social Games

He offered the following tips on what it takes to get consumers to get addicted to a great social game.


Twitter Has A Sweetheart

A select few candy hearts will proclaim, “Tweet Me.”

The Twitter-Sweetheart project seemed almost predestined, executives with the candy company say, with Twitter transmitting billions of ever-so-brief 140-character messages around the globe, and Sweetheart limited to amorous overtures of nine characters.