Find Problems To Solve

Find Problems To Solve-60
)You can use personal experience to work out some intangibles (like how many lines of code would it take and how long to write) and sometimes you have to construct small experiments which help inform the outcome.The key is that if you are ready to accept that your idea isn't feasible (productwise) to just move on.As a follow-up, how do you actually validate whether or not you will actually move forward with it (market opportunity, personal problem, growth potential, ease/challenge of problem, customer validation)? I once told someone who asked me about the same question "How can you not see new ideas here?

)You can use personal experience to work out some intangibles (like how many lines of code would it take and how long to write) and sometimes you have to construct small experiments which help inform the outcome.The key is that if you are ready to accept that your idea isn't feasible (productwise) to just move on.As a follow-up, how do you actually validate whether or not you will actually move forward with it (market opportunity, personal problem, growth potential, ease/challenge of problem, customer validation)? I once told someone who asked me about the same question "How can you not see new ideas here?

How can I build something that would auto-plug in my Tesla and save it from being bricked without thinking about it? Can you build a device which parents of young kids or day care centers could use to generate a steady stream of safe toys?

What would it take to make a solar powered device which recycles plastic bottles or cans into something which is more easily processed into new products?

Basically transferring the 'state' of how many times I'd gone around the loop in the state of the cap. Maybe a nice thank you if I sent it in to "Helpful Hints from Heloise."So looking around at problems they come in some common forms.

They are the result of something being too complicated thus requiring either specialists or training time.

Sometimes its useful to think about those kinds of things and watch for the 'unlimited energy' appearing in the news (as it would if we suddenly mastered the fusion cycle for example).

A variation on this I was doing back in the 80's as a network programmer at Sun wondering what sort of things would be possible when everyone had high speed network access. We know that nearly every nerd who goes into space, if they have a wee bit of privacy is going to be thinking how they try out sex in space. Bigelow wants to put inflatable hotels up there, what kind of luggage do they need?", "How do I enable non-technical people to have all their purchased video available at their TV?" (clearly the media PC hasn't quite gotten the recipe right there).Then there are solutions that are not currently possible, but would be if 'X' existed.For example, if you had unlimited energy you could easily create liquid fuels out of the air.They are the side effect of a desirable thing, so doing X is desirable but has (or sometimes has) undesirable side effect Y.Here the solution makes X better because you find a way to mitigate Y. The human brain has a finite capacity for maintaining state, so solutions that either abstract out chunks (and free up the brain for more relevant state) or eliminate complexity, win in those situations.Consider the more probable new capability like 'easy access to space'. And there are all sorts of geeky technical problems like "how do you make white space spectrum available to everyone?So there are folks like Virgin Galactic, Space X, etc who are working toward making access to space available to non-NASA types. ", "What sort of cash drawer thing is useful for an NFC enabled world?The next step is to break out of your personal routine and small circle of problems.If you're only building ideas based of your own life, and your life is generally pretty comfortable, you'll only be solving problems that are relatively meaningless in the grand scheme of things.

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