I was thinking of some apps for the smartphone.
Like a diet app, when it determines your location is a bakery or fast food joint, it send an electronic zap to your phone. Call it "Shock Diet".
Here's a handy feature, have a sensor in your mailbox, sends notification when mail is delivered. How many times have you walked to the mailbox, opened the box, nothing. 5 x in a day. That would save time and money. But then again, surprised we still have snail mail. Call it "MailboxAlert".
How about an app that can scan your food, tell you how many calories, how many sit ups you'll need to do to work it off, how many days it will cut short your life. Call it "DietaryGenie".
How about an app so when you fly, it tells you what city/state/providence you are flying over at that exact moment. Call it "FlyOverU".
How about an app that tells you where things are in a store. Have you ever walked around a giant box store, wondering aimlessly, with no sales people in sight. Call it "SalesPersonGhostTown".
How about an app that does your waiting on hold for you. We are experience longer than usual wait times, your call should be handled in a week from Tuesday. Call it "IfWeActuallyCared We'dHireSufficientStaff".
How about an app that rates the office staff of a place you visit. You know the ones that could care less who you are or why you're there, that make you wait for long periods while the surf their smart phones. Call it "TooLazyForARealJob".
How about an app that monitor's the free items at food places. You know the people who take 25 sugar packs to stock up at home, or salt, napkins, creamers. How about an app that limits these petty thieves. Call it "Ain'tStealingHereNoMore".
That's all I can think of. I should have those apps completed by lunchtime.
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