Idopia (beta) – Adding value to the Networked World

October 13, 2007

Idopia Process

Another of the latest interactive sites – Idopia is different in a way that it actaully provides an environment to focus on creating, sharing, developing and implementing ideas that are WORKABLE.

Most of the social online communities gather around only to share general interests. It is seldom that if ever some enhtusiasts belonging to a community acutually collaborate to make something happen. Reasons ranging from positioning of the comunity to the format and facilities to actually share, build upon and conclude ideas.

Well Idopia intends to provide all that facilitating environment to share and implement ideas. Membership is free and currently no exciting activity goes on there.  I see a few obvious reasons for that:

1. New, in BETA and largely unknown
2. Lack of pass-on thrust: too dry, lacks a lot of inspiration for new joiners
3. No social brainstroming, idea invoking, incentivising facilitation
4. No socializing opportunities except around ideas that people don’t tend to stick around for long
5. Staying down for noticeable periods

Well all I can say for now is lets see what new does Idopia has in sleeves. Its a great idea but not so greatly executed, so far. Any user comments?


G.ho.st – The New Web on the Web

September 24, 2007

This application is quite futuristic in the way that it will make sharing a totally new phenomenon, napster etc, would sound like pre-historic as soon as the G.ho.st gains popular usage.G.ho.st Logo

Imagine countless users connected to a singular O.S with personalized interfaces but similar/shared resources. Being shared, on similar platform the users will seamlessly engage with each other. My God! Facebook, Orkut, Youtube, google etc etc would become dependent on G.ho.st to access their market.

World Wide Web, as we know it today, will become just a supporting platform for the hi-level “virtual web world” where everyone can come play, learn, exchange, live, work without any boundaries.

G.ho.st must surely be haunting a lot of heavy weights around the web globe. Anyone know if Microsoft, Google or any other giant is vying to buy out G.ho.st or even just buy & bury so that their distributed, sgregated, each item for a price business model can sustain a little longer?!