Michael Arrington lists some web companies that he cant live without. There are quite a few good ones. Let’s take a quick peak into one of them and merge it with another. And create an even better tool.
Memeorandum meets Digg.
Memeorandum was created by Gabe Rivera
Gabe created something as big as the New York Times without having to have to employ 10000 workers in order to do it.
Develop a great program to keep track of conversations on the internet. The potential for this program truly is endless. In fact it could be used along side Digg in a corporate environment to track important issues that are important to employees and customers.
Thats if they ever open up the API’s to these great tools. The first thing I would do is create a great way to track conversation that is important to the people that keep the business afloat.
So if you could merge a few good tools what would it be?
Delicious and Memeorandum to track your most frequented conversations on the internet. I have such a hard time keep track of my pingbacks, comments and all this would be a great tool, and business to anyone who is on the web as much as me.