Ideas from books, articles & podcasts.
Use these three criteria to evaluate an idea:
Riding the hype train can get your project trending quickly, but you'll have nothing left when the hype is over. So find something that has longevity instead. What's something people will keep searching for in the coming decades? Email, DNS, online meetings, and timezone conversi...
If your project can't attract any users, then it's obviously not going to generate any meaningful revenue, let alone allow you to eventually build a business around it.
Too much monetization potential, on the other hand, can attract regular businesses, or venture-backed businesses. So ideal...
You can't undertake a massive project on the side, so the scope needs to be minimal. Once an initial version is live, it should be extensible incrementally. Adding many small features that add up to a great product. Since side projects are primarily done in the evenings and weekends, the availabl...
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