Ideas Are Worthless – Post Doughnut

Ideas we've had that we'll never actually build.

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I love that you're doing this, and it all started from a tweet:
Zack ShapiroMaker@zackshapiro · Core Team at Nano
This our first episode, we hope you'll check it out! A few of the ideas we talked about: - WWJD: a conversational app where you can text into the abyss and find out what jesus would do in your particular scenario. How would we do it? Listen and find out - Chips: dip-able waffle cone bits that you scoop and eat ice cream with. Sounds delicious, right?
Jonathan HowardHiring@staringispolite · Growth engineer & founder
@zackshapiro They have this at the ice cream shop near me ;) It's called ShakeDown
Jordan Jones@jordan_jones · Founder, FolioSwarm
@zackshapiro How would I give an idea?
Tayler@tayler2412 · Builder, Designer, StudioMinted.com
Best Podcast of the new year. Yes, Yes, Yes! Please make another.
Zack ShapiroMaker@zackshapiro · Core Team at Nano
@tayler2412 Glad to hear you like it Tayler!
Nathan BashawMaker@nbashaw · Head of Product at Gimlet Media
Fun fact: the name of this episode ("Post Doughnut") is from a part of our conversation that I accidentally edited out ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Alex CarterHiring@alexcartaz · Operations @ 60dB. Ex-PH Podcasts 😻
@nbashaw haha no worries, first episode is just like an early experiment =)
Alex CarterHiring@alexcartaz · Operations @ 60dB. Ex-PH Podcasts 😻
Do you guys actually think ideas are worthless? What was the origin of the title? =)
Nathan BashawMaker@nbashaw · Head of Product at Gimlet Media
@alexcartaz we definitely believe in the power of ideas! I think we just wanted to make sure that nobody was taking this too seriously :)
nick barrMaker@nsbarr · exploring open problems in learning
Not quite worthless, imho. I dig Derek Sivers' post: "ideas are just a multiplier." https://sivers.org/multiply