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  17. <title>Developing World : Donate jobs not money</title>        
  18. <description>- I don't agree on giving money to developing countries .. it doesn't work like in Africa the money just disappears into a huge black hole and the corrupt rich get richer and the poor poorer. I have always said to keep development sustainable it is important to trade with the developing countries and buy their good and services.
  19. - A new idea I have is that instead of our local government donating money to foreign aid projects it should outsource some of it's jobs to those countries</description>    
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  22. <pubDate>Sun, 21 Feb 2010 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  26. <title>Unemployment : Share the hours not the money</title>        
  27. <description>- One expert explained how family business is good for the economy. When times are good you have a ready labourforce willing to work extra hours. likewise when times are tough the family are not a drain on the unemployment funds cos they share what little work there is between the whole family. This provokes an idea to me since we are all part of the family of himanity why can't we behave in the same way ? There is no need to have any unemployed people in a region. </description>    
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  34. <title>Korea Farmers should get into building Mountain boarding centres</title>        
  35. <description>- BBC countrytracks had an item on mountain boarding basically it's skateboarding but not on concrete instead on heavy duty skateboards down village hill sides. I immediately thought since Korea is so hilly and fond of sports that it would be a great idea for Korean farmers to get into that business
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  43. <title>Background Music Ruining TV Progs an easy solution </title>        
  44. <description>- I see from the RT letters page a lot of people are complaining about distracting background music in programmes. Well I thought one of the benefits of digital TV is that you can have extra things like 3 video feeds for the grand Prix so why can't ordinary programmes have 2 audio feeds one with canned laughter and background music and another "Calm" which is without the distracting stuff people don't like ?
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  52. <title>Fairy story to make children wary of trusting adults</title>        
  53. <description>- Children protect themselves against sexual exploitation by adults, but the problem is you can't really explain to them explicitly. Fairy stories like Babe in The woods are a good way of teaching awareness skills to children, so are there any fairy stories which show the dangers of them being exploited by older people ?.. E.g. Evil king innocent princess
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  57. <pubDate>Wed, 17 Feb 2010 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  61. <title>Radio Show should help people sleep not lose sleep</title>        
  62. <description>- I was at the lecture last year by the famous sleep scientist from Edinburgh University and he said the nations health is being damaged by lack of sleep.
  63. - On Radio 5 Live Livesey's nighttime radio show is full of interesting items, so problem is it's not calming so you don't fall asleep and you'll probably be still awake at 1a.m. Before the news at 11pm and 12am he should have some calming words and one minute of calm music.
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  67. <pubDate>Wed, 17 Feb 2010 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  71. <title>Blind RFID glove color checker - but already done</title>        
  72. <description>- I was listening to the radio and a blind person was saying she has a handy device she holds it over her clothes and it speaks what color they are. So I started thinking  you could build such devices into a speaking glove.
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  76. <pubDate>Wed, 17 Feb 2010 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  80. <title>Finance railway by getting passengers to make a huge deposit and then they get free travel</title>        
  81. <description>- Pete waterman was talking about railways and this gave me an idea for financing them :if you are a shareholder you get free travel and B-shareholders take a profit from people who do pay.  
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  85. <pubDate>Wed, 03 Feb 2010 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  89. <title>Protect Cargo Ships from  Attack by Organising Safe Convoys for Somali Fishermen</title>        
  90. <description>- Make it a rule that Somali fishing boats can only go more than 20Km out if in a convoy with UN navyboats. The problem is at the moment the Somali coast it littered with thousands of boats, but the Navy can't tell who are evil pirates and who genuine fishermen until they attack a ship and fishermen are sick of being mistaken for pirates. So for each big town you organise convoys 1 or 2 days each week so genuine fishermen can go out in safety. If a boat is seen in the ocean ouside a convoy and it's not a registered as a genuine is could targetted by missiles.
  91. Why aren't cargo ships Travelling in Convoy Anyway ?
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  95. <pubDate>Wed, 03 Feb 2010 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  99. <title>Facebook campaign to put move celebrity radio presenters to the graveyard shift </title>        
  100. <description>- Seems people are getting so irritated by Chris evans doing the Radio 2 Breakfast Show so why don't they organise a Facebook petition to get him transferred to the middle of the night slot. You could do the same for all the other Switch Off Radio Personalities like Richard Bacon, Chris Moyles, Jonathon Ross, Stephen Nolan, Davina Mcoll etc.
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  104. <pubDate>Wed, 03 Feb 2010 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  108. <title>One Line ebook reader and  tabletop newspaper idea</title>        
  109. <description>- you only read a novel 1 phrase at a time so an ereader doesn't have top be like a real book.
  110. - We are making the common mistake of thinking new solutions need to emulate the modus operandi of the old solutions. But think about it just because a book gives you a whole page of text it doesn't mean a new solution has to. In a catalogue you may scan a whole page, but in a novel you don't. It's like saying a moving picture box is no good cos your normal visual field is a kilometre wide so 21 inches is nowhere near big enough.
  111. Also - desktop newspaper idea. Why are libraries still putting out printed newspapers on tables instead of having screens embedded in the table.
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  115. <pubDate>Mon, 28 Dec 2009 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  119. <title>scroll ebook reader</title>        
  120. <description>- You could try to read a newspaper/magazine on an ebook reader, but either the device would be too big or the print too small. But what if was a scroll format which you could roll up and put in your pocket. A laser projector housd in the scroll tube could project the emage sideways onto plastic paper.
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  124. <pubDate>Mon, 28 Dec 2009 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  128. <title>Cookery book for kids</title>        
  129. <description>- Explaining very simple things like "how to clean" etc .
  130. - One book for the kitchen
  131. - One book for the garage/workshop </description>    
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  134. <pubDate>Mon, 28 Dec 2009 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  138. <title>this telephone to web human interface
  139. "Man sat in front of computer 247"</title>        
  140. <description>- How about a service for people who are unable to use the internet. There are a lot of good services on the internet e.g. You can find cheap insurance. Find a bargain on ebay etc. But these services are too difficult for many people to use </description>    
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  143. <pubDate>Mon, 28 Dec 2009 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  147. <title>TV is like the apple in the Garden of Eden</title>        
  148. <description>- Eve is walking around the Garden of Eden
  149. .. and she calls Adam over - "look what I have found she says indicating a TV"
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  153. <pubDate>Sun, 11 Oct 2009 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  157. <title> idea</title>        
  158. <description>- I think in schools there is too much acadaemic education and not enough practical experience and people talk about training kids to be entrepreneurs. So I have this idea :  
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  166. <title> idea</title>        
  167. <description>- I think in schools there is too much acadaemic education and not enough practical experience and people talk about training kids to be entrepreneurs. So I have this idea :  
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  175. <title>London Taxis should come in a wedding car version 19/11/09 </title>        
  176. <description>- I saw in the Ukraine how a Chrysler Prowler car was being used as a wedding car. Surely it would be very easy for the company that makes London taxis to make a special body shape for weddings </description>    
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  179. <pubDate>Thu, 19 Nov 2009 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  183. <title>60 Second Ideas from The Forum Guests</title>        
  184. <description> - A list from the BBC Radio programme called the Forum. I had actually already thought of some of the same ones</description>    
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  187. <pubDate>Tue, 10 Feb 2009 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  191. <title> Tax Tie-ins.. to Discourage Movie Piracy</title>        
  192. <description> - To encourage people to buy genuine movies the production company is allowed to make an agreement in each country so that instead of going into the general taxpot there is a tax-tie-in. The tax money gets allocated to specific project. That way people know when they buy genuine copies some of their money comes back into their community</description>        
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  195. <pubDate>Sat, 13 Dec 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  199. <title>My Brilliant theory about dreams </title>        
  200. <description> - I can explain dreaming + Alzeimers, schizophrenia, sex in terms of a system for avoiding neural pathways being burnt into our brains see the opinion blog pc442</description>        
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  203. <pubDate>Wed, 03 Dec 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  207. <title>Computer Generated Evolved Intuition</title>    
  208. <description>- At the lecture Gerd spoke of Gut Feeling often being a process of strategies which has been honed through evolution .. So even though the logic of the strategy is not clear survives cos it works. This gives me a revolutionary idea : you could run a computer program which automatically generates and tries out simple possible strategies</description>        
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  215. <title>A Pillow Case with a  picture of you loved one printed onto it</title>        
  216. <description>- I saw in MegaMall KL a shop where they print pictures of your family onto cups, so surely they should offer to print your husband's face to a pillowcase, that way when he's not there you can still hug him, or punch him.</description>        
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  219. <pubDate>Tue, 01 Jul 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  223. <title>Sanctuary Idea - </title>        
  224. <description>- A place where people can go to reform themselves, before things get so bad society has to reform them.
  225. - Humans are special cos unlike the peeing tomcat they can overcome addicive behavior. And if they do address their behaviour problems early then they save society from crime etc. - could just be a book. </description>        
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  228. <pubDate>Thu, 16 Oct 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  232. <title>save on travel by having beds at the job  </title>        
  233. <description>Imagine if people are travel 2 hours to work and back 5 days a week, that's 4 hours travelling each day ontop of 8 hours work= 60 hours. So if there was one room of your work building you could sleep at your job and save a huge amount of travelling time.</description>        
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  236. <pubDate>Wed, 03 Dec 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  241. <title>why not live at a holiday resort ? </title>        
  242. <description>- Why put up with having to maintain a pokey house in England, when for 50 quid/week = £2600/year a couple could live at a Thailand resort. They'd have access to gardens and a pool, no heating bills and their room would be cleaned for them. </description>        
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  245. <pubDate>Wed, 03 Dec 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  250. <title>Robot Trucks on the M1, same as trains, but cheaper</title>        
  251. <description>- Scientists often talk about self driving cars, but the in town bits are tricky. Likewise trains are good at moving long distance, but the infrastructure costs are a lot and they are crap for door to door service. So I have the idea to combine the 2 ideas</description>        
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  254. <pubDate>Wed, 03 Dec 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  258. <title>lazer zap waterless toilet</title>        
  259. <description>a lazer zap waterless toilet - Design a toilet so as solids drop they are detected and vaporised by a lazer so it would need no water. ... but neither do the Korean farm toilets. </description>        
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  262. <pubDate>Wed, 25 Jun 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  266. <title>Shakespeare the first Rapper </title>        
  267. <description>To show the kids that  Shakepspeare was the first great rappers teachers forma cool group to rap shakespeare lines .. My Man Will ..June 2008</description>        
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  270. <pubDate>Wed, 04 Jun 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  275. <title>The Bizarre Situations - Rational Explanations Game </title>        
  276. <description>On Skeptoid, Brian Dunning told the mysterious story of the missing Russians. Instead of accepting simple but bizare solution like "it was aliens" he picked the story apart to reveal rational explanations. - Why not turn this into an interesting games on your show.   </description>        
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  279. <pubDate>Fri, 25 Apr 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  283. <title>Advanced Thinkers Test ?</title>        
  284. <description>We have the Advanced Drivers Test - what about the Advanced Thinkers Test ? </description>        
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  287. <pubDate>Thu, 17 Apr 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  291. <title>Save Computer Power by ignoring some changes in the peripheral view </title>        
  292. <description>Now we don't refresh the parts of the image that don't change, but what about we don't refresh some parts of the image immediately even when they do change ? </description>        
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  295. <pubDate>Thu, 17 Apr 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  299. <title>Rape Awareness Course for workers</title>        
  300. <description>An online training course that taxi-drivers, security guards, teachers, doctors and all male workers who might find themselves with single women.  </description>        
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  303. <pubDate>Tue, 15 Apr 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  307. <title>theatre festival day - to get people in</title>        
  308. <description>Everytime I go to the theatre there are few people. so have a festival Since people will be there all day there's a high chance they'll see something they like. </description>        
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  311. <pubDate>Fri, 04 Apr 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  315. <title>Shared Cars Idea</title>        
  316. <description>Someone 0n Berkely Groks Podcast ? was talking about having shared foldable electric cars in the same way as the dutch white bike idea. why not have self driver taxis ? - They could even easily be semi-robotic by piloting themselves down main or dedicated roads</description>        
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  319. <pubDate>Thu, 03 Apr 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
  320. <category>Green</category>      
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  323. <title>stainless steel beaker instead of tins idea</title>        
  324. <description>Instead of coke, beer and vegetables coming in throw away cans, why don't companies use 20c universal stainless steel beakers that you can wash and stack and take back to the supermarket ?</description>        
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  327. <pubDate>Tue, 01 Apr 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>
  328. <category>Green</category>      
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  331. <title>Reduce rape by allowing Temporary Marriage by voicemail</title>        
  332. <description>- When people are married there is clear indication of consent, but marriage is such a big complex thing. This system allows people to register Temporary Marriage in seconds and confidentially. which gives 2 extra services :  a secure way of instantly registering verbal contracts, </description>        
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  335. <pubDate>Fri, 28 Mar 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
  336. <category>Business</category>      
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  338. <item>    
  339. <title> video shows maybe on bus TV</title>        
  340. <description>3 programme ideas for bus TV</description>        
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  343. <pubDate>Fri, 15 Feb 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
  344. <category>Media</category>      
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  347. <title>Post nightclub cafe at LRT</title>        
  348. <description>KL, Clubs close at 3am, so someone needs to provide a safe place for people before public transport begins. An LRT station has controlled entrances and cameras so how about there ? Turn it into a chillout cafe before the trains begin. </description>        
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  351. <pubDate>Fri, 15 Feb 2008 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  355. <title>Idea : Get a Critical Thinker in every school</title>        
  356. <description>Daniel Loxton on Skepticality posed a question : When's a skeptics job finished ? I say  When everyone can do critical thinking. When we have 100% CT literacy. </description>        
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  358. <pubDate>Sat, 20 Oct 2007 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  361. <item>        
  362. <title>I faked to pomote Skeptics </title>        
  363. <description>EXCITING MESSAGE - People sending in their videos of them doing AMAZING things ..but They are allowed to cheat, fix the audience, use Magicians techniques etc </description>        
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  366. <pubDate>Sat, 20 Oct 2007 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  370. <title>Can I be Golden Subscriber BBC web receive content without advertisements ?</title>        
  371. <description>Can I be Golden Subscriber BBC web receive content without advertisements ?</description>        
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  374. <pubDate>Sat, 20 Oct 2007 02:13:26 GMT</pubDate>  
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  379. <description>The Main Index and entrance page to Stew Green's Ideas blog. My own personal ideas for you to use and good ideas from other people</description>        
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