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Ronald Reagan had an entirely different opinion on building a wall at the Mexican border.


The subject of building a wall between the United States and Mexico isn't new. It's been talked about for decades, but it picked up a lot of steam when Donald Trump made it the cornerstone of his Presidential run.

The issue of illegal immigration was just as important back in the 70s and 80s, when Ronald Reagan was running for office, but he had an entirely different opinion. His solution was literally the complete opposite. Reagan was opposed to the idea of building a wall because he knew that physically keeping Mexicans from crossing the border was only a symptom of the actual problem, which is that the Mexican economy was weak.

As Reagan pointed out, the real problem was that Mex... [More]

Continue...Better Mexican Relations, Inspired By Ronald Reagan...

Our 100,000th View on YouTube!

This week marks an important milestone for Idea of the Day... Our 100,000th view on YouTube!


My original goal for IDEAOFTHEDAY.COM was simply to create a daily video blog (vlog), where I could put my ideas out there, and have some fun. It wasn't easy, and I tend to be a bit of a perfectionist, so it took me a while to create anything more than a "Coming Soon" page, which sat there for quite a few years.

As years passed by, as I tinkered with all sorts of camera and other technical gear, I made the decision to launch the site without any videos. After all, it was still an idea site, so I posted a new idea each day for a couple of years until I finally decided it was time to make my videos. That's when things started to really take off.

Once again, it wasn't easy. In addit... [More]

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Automatic Shorthand Text Replacement

If an iPhone can substitute a Cake Emoji for the word "Cake", why not replace shorthand text with real words too?


I've never been a fan of texting. To me, it's a pain in the neck reading the screen and using a tiny keyboard to type. In fact, 99% of the texts I send are from my Mac, where I have the luxury of a full-sized keyboard. That said, regardless of whether I use my Mac or my iPhone, I never use shorthand text like "RU" in place of "Are You", because I think it looks sloppy.

While I completely understand that most of these shorthands started back in the time before smartphones, where people had to type messages using nothing more than a numeric keypad, I think it's pretty strange that people still use things like "CU L8R", instead of typing out "See You Later". It's... [More]

Continue...Automatic Shorthand Text Replacement...

Replacing Batteries Too Soon?

Replacing batteries too soon is a waste of money.


Sometimes it's the little things that can drive me crazy, like when my Mac tells me to change the batteries in my wireless keyboard and trackpad, just because the power level drops under 20%. That's a huge waste!

The batteries in the Mac keyboard are good for months, so changing them too soon is a complete waste of money, especially since I get get several weeks of use with the remaining 20%. It's like throwing out 20% of the price of the batteries.

Soda Bottle Deposits Are Stupid!

Why do most states still require a 5 cent deposit on soda bottles... but no deposit on other bottles?


I'm not a soda drinker, but from time to time I drink some seltzer, and when I do, I'm stuck paying an extra five cents, just because it's carbonated. How stupid is that?

I simply don't see a point in adding an extra five cents for the "Bottle Deposit", just because it's considered a soda. I realize those laws were created at a time where sodas were the most popular drinks sold in stores, and they wanted to find a way to insure there would be fewer bottles tossed on the streets, and that there would be more recycling of used bottles.

A lot has changed since then. Recycling is now mandatory in just about every major community, which means just about every bottle made toda... [More]

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You Call That Shuffle?

Apple doesn't understand the meaning of Shuffle.


One of the most misunderstood features of all music players is the concept of "Random" vs "Shuffle". To many people, they are interchangeable, but there's a big difference between the two, especially when it's done right.

The core idea behind "Shuffle" is to play your songs in a random order, so the order itself is a surprise to you. Sounds simple enough. You hit Shuffle, and the music player definitely picks a song at random, so what can be wrong with that? As it turns out, quite a bit.

Here's the problem. If you have 100 different songs, and you decide to shuffle them, you should hear each and every song exactly once, before any song repeats, but that's not what happens, because more often than not, you'll hear some son... [More]

Continue...You Call That Shuffle?...

Do We Need MORE Traffic Cameras?

I think we need more traffic cameras, as long as they're used in strategic places.


We all hate traffic cameras... 99% of them are nothing more than traps designed to catch a driver who think's they can make it across an intersection before the yellow light turns red. Clearly their only motive is making money, but I would love to see this technology used for something far more important... catching JERKS who try to cut past traffic by driving on the shoulder.

Sitting in bumper to bumper traffic sucks... but what's even worse is watching a bunch of jerks cut through the traffic by riding in the shoulder. Not only is it frustrating watching them cut ahead of you, but knowing that when they eventually reach the front of the line, they'll only add to the delay as they merge back i... [More]

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Pre-Mixed Alka-Seltzer, In Bottles

Alka-Seltzer relief, without the Plop-Plop, Fizz-Fizz?


It's not easy mixing up a batch of Alka-Seltzer when you're on the go, because you may not have a cup, so why not sell ready-mixed Alka-Seltzer in bottles and cans? It's the perfect solution to a simple problem.

Your Kids Will HATE These 4 Mobile Phone Ideas.

Do you know what your children are doing with their mobile phones? Chances are, you don't, and that's the point.


The fact that most parents have no idea what their kids are doing with their mobile phones is all the evidence you need to see how bad the parental controls are on mobile phones. Today's idea of the day is a step in the right direction, and you're kids will hate all of them.

1. Parental access to every photo on their child's phone. Kids take a LOT of photos. Unfortunately, some of them are not exactly family friendly. If parents had the ability to access and delete every photo a child takes, chances are they would think twice before taking them. This is especially important for parents of very young children.

2. Parents need to be able to turn off texting a... [More]

Continue...Your Kids Will HATE These 4 Mobile Phone Ideas....

I hate when I have to lose text on my Clipboard because I need to copy a file.


The Clipboard is one of the most frequently used features, yet it has one weakness, they use the same clipboard for everything. This means that whenever you want to copy a file, any text or images on your clipboard will be wiped out.

Generally, when you copy something, such as text or images, you can only paste it into programs that handle text and images. Most programs don't let you past files into them, and the operating system itself doesn't let you paste text, images or other data as a file, so why not have more than one clipboard?

Having multiple clipboards isn't really new, but neither Windows or MacOS have built-in support for such a feature. I think its about time they expanded the cli... [More]

Continue...Windows and Mac Should Have More Than One Clipboard...

Why iPad and Mac Should Never Merge

A lot of people would love to see iPad runs Mac Apps and vice versa. Here's why that's a bad idea.


One of the most talked about things in the Apple community is the potential for the Mac and iOS platforms to merge, After all, they both share the same foundation. It's easy for a Mac developer to port their Apps from the Mac to iOS, and vice versa, so why not make it official?

First, let me make one thing clear. There's absolutely no reason why a Mac shouldn't have the ability to run iOS Apps. After all, every App designed for iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, and even Apple Watch starts on a Mac. Mac developers create and test every App on a Mac using a simulator that can run every Mac App on the market. If Apple ever gets around to producing a touch screen Mac it would be a p... [More]

Continue...Why iPad and Mac Should Never Merge...

Microsoft Office Needs Changes

Why are there so many different versions of Microsoft Office?


What is Microsoft Office? Well, it depends on what version you buy. If you buy the "Home and Student Edition", it costs about $150 and it includes Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and OneNote.

By contrast, if you spend $99 (per year) for the "Office 365 Home" version, and it includes the same four programs... PLUS Outlook, Publisher, and Access, along with Skype and OneDrive services. That's odd. It's still the "Home Edition", but it costs you $50 less (up front), and they give you 3 more programs and 2 online services.

Meanwhile, if you're a business, you can't pay an upfront price, you can pick from 6 different monthly prices, and you get all sorts of combinations of software and online services, but once again..... [More]

Continue...Microsoft Office Needs Changes...

Nobody's #1 On Google

Ever since Google changed their Page Rank algorithm in 2009, web sites can no longer claim to be #1 for any given search term.


One of the most misunderstood things about search engines is the way they rank websites in search results. A website's position in search results can make or break their business, so it's always been important to get the best rank you can.

Because of this, many companies spend a lot of time and money trying to improve their rank. The problem is, no matter how they try, there is no longer a SINGLE #1 site for any particular keyword. That's because Google's now uses at least 60 different factors to determine a site's rank, and most of those factors are based on the personal information they've gathered on the person who's searching.

For example, if... [More]

Continue...Nobody's #1 On Google...

Burger With a Side Order Of WHAT?

You want fries with that? No Thanks. I'll take a Tums or Rolaids.


This may sound like a joke, but I'm totally serious. I'm one of those people who loves fast-food, but sometimes it's a bit too much for my stomach to handle. Wouldn't it be great if they sold antacids in fast food restaurants?

Instead of asking if you "want fries with that?", why not ask if you'd like a couple of Tums? That would make things a lot easier for me.

Bottled Water Rip-Off

Why is it so expensive to buy bottled water?


When I go into a deli for a sandwich, I'm blown away by the price of bottled water. In many cases, the price for (individual) bottled water is exactly the same as just about every other drink in the store. That's crazy.

When you buy water by the case, it's dirt cheap, but for some reason when you buy it by the bottle the price is off the charts. I paid $2.25 for a 16 ounce bottle of water at Subway recently. That's the same price they charge for most of the other drinks they sell, which contain far more expensive ingredients such as milk, sugar, juices, teas, etc.

To me, that's simply a rip-off.

Why Did Han Solo Need an Interpreter?

Han Solo didn't have any trouble speaking Greedo and Jabba The Hut in the Original Star Wars...


Here's something that has puzzled me for a long time. In the Original Star Wars, Greedo confronts Han Solo using a language known as Huttese, which is the same language many of the people on Tatooine speak... including Jabba The Hut.

In the Special Edition of Star Wars Episode IV (A New Hope), there's even a scene where Han Solo has a long conversation with Jabba, where Jabba speaks to him entirely in Huttese, and Han speaks Galactic Basic (English). Both speak their own language, and neither one needs an interpreter.

However, in Return Of The Jedi, when Jabba speaks to Han, he uses C-3PO as an interpreter, which is strange, considering Jabba clearly understands Han, and vice v... [More]

Continue...Why Did Han Solo Need an Interpreter?...

The Digital Ghetto

Because of algorithms, we all live in a Digital Ghetto.


When most of us think of the word "Ghetto", we tend to think of the modern interpretation of a urban slum, but the original meaning has nothing to do with any particular race or community. It was a bit more general.

According to Wikipedia:
"A ghetto is a part of a city in which members of a minority group live, especially because of social, legal, or economic pressure. The term was originally used in Venice to describe the part of the city to which Jews were restricted and segregated. The term has been applied in various contexts."

In essence, it's the segregation of a group of people apart from the mainstream because of "social, legal, economic" reasons.

So how does this relate to Big Data and Algorithms? Everyth... [More]

Continue...The Digital Ghetto...

2-Sided ID Bages

What good is an ID Badge, if you only see it 50% of the time?


I spent time in a lot of hospitals and nursing homes over the last couple of years, and one thing that is common to all of them is that everyone is required to wear ID badges. Unfortunately, half the time they were upside down, and you couldn't see the name. Why is that?

Doesn't it make sense to simply put the name on BOTH sides, so that you are guaranteed to see it, whether it flips over or not?

One Volume To Control Them All

Having two independent volume settings is a pain in the neck.


I hate when a device like a mobile phone or cable box has it's own independent volume control, even when it's connected to another device, such as a speaker, headset, or car radio.

This causes all sorts of problems when the device playing audio has it's volume set too low when it's connected to the target device. For example, if the volume on your mobile phone is set too low, your connected devices such as your car stereo will sound way too low, or even distorted. Most of the time, people don't even realize why their connection sounds so bad unless they notice the volume level on their phone.

The solution is simple, whenever you're connected to HDMI or Bluetooth, the volume level on the source device should be... [More]

Continue...One Volume To Control Them All...

Big Parking Spots for Trucks

The most popular vehicles in the world are pickup trucks, so why are parking spaces so small?


I drive a Ford F-150 Pickup Truck. It's been the biggest selling vehicle in the world for over 40 year straight. It outsells not only every truck, but every car, SUV, or minivan, yet with all those pickups out there, why is it so hard to find a parking lot with decent sized spots?

It's hard enough for people to squeeze into those little spots with small cars, let along full-sized pickups like the F-150, so you have to wonder why they don't at least make SOME larger spots.

I realize they are simply trying to jam as many cars into the lot as possible, but for what it's worth, they're losing business because sometimes people with trucks have no choice but to leave when they can't fi... [More]

Continue...Big Parking Spots for Trucks...

Got Clutter? Eliminate Duplicates

One of the easiest first steps towards eliminating clutter is getting rid of duplicates.


A lot of people who struggle with clutter have one thing in common, they have a lot of duplicate items, which means their first step is to simply eliminate the duplicates.

While it may be hard getting rid of one-of-a-kind items, it's far easier for you to justify getting rid of something you have two... or even more of. For example, I realized I had well over 50 USB charging cables in my home... and perhaps more than that. When you get right down to it, how many do you really need? Even if you want to keep two in each room of your house, you still wouldn't need 50, so I gave away or threw out at least 40 so far, and counting.

My next step was checking out my toolbox, where I have dupl... [More]

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* Note: The ideas on "Idea of the Day" were posted without any formal research into existing inventions.

In some cases, patents may already exist for these ideas, in other cases, there may not be any existing patents and you are free to develop and explore the viability of developing and patenting the ideas.

The authors make no claim that any of the ideas are safe, practical, or suitable for any particular purpose. You are responsible for the results of trying, developing, patenting or using any of the ideas on this site.

For some people, our ideas are just an interesting read, but our goal is to encourage you to take action. If you see an idea that you like, do something with it... Take action.


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