| September 9, 2002

HalfBakery.com, Web site review by Chris Dodge
Remember riding on an adult's shoulders as a child? What if adults could hire the services of brawny people to carry THEM around? Such half-baked ideas for new businesses, products, and services can be found on Halfbakery.com, an interactive 'communal database of invention and speculation' for people with playful minds. Arranged by category and subcategory, hundreds of ideas ranging from the absurd (intestinal flue) to the plausible (folding chopsticks) are rated by popular vote, with two and a half croissants denoting the highest approval, and two and half fishbones the worst. Pre-formed cream cheese rings for bagels, anyone?
--Chris Dodge
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