+<subject "Shlomi Fish' Random Ideas" />
+Ideas are the lowest level of value-production and comprise of 1/1111 of the
+effort it takes to materialize a tangible value. Nevertheless, I have a lot
+of them, which I cannot or don't have the time to realize right now, so I
+decided to put them here for all people who wish to be inspired.
+I don't put here things that are sort of pipe-dreams (solve any NP-complete
+problem at polynomial time; prove Goldbach's Theorem), but rather think that
+can be materialized given enough time and effort. If you do materialize
+them (or know of someone who did), write me a note and I'll mention you
+<h3>An Affordable Private School Network</h3>
+Objectivists can tell you only too much about the evils of public education.
+They are right. But being a bit proactive, I think the solution is to create
+a network of private schools that will compete (and eventually out-compete)
+the public schools. As opposed to traditional private schools, they should
+With enough schools like that, that would still offer a superior education,
+the need for public schools would be very much decreased and eventually
+<h3>Discotheques Playing Music at a Decent Volume</h3>
+I hate going to discotheque because the music is so loud and I don't like
+to ruin my ears. (which happen for discotheques patrons all the time). I
+believe a discotheque that would make it its policy not to play music too
+loudly can actually make a lot of money from people like me.
+<h3>Computer Games with a Sensible Budget</h3>
+It is well known that to accomodate with today gaming "standards", computer
+games became more and more pricy to produce. However, while having better
+graphics and special effects, they are by no means better. Hell, they are
+all <a href="http://www.logicmazes.com/video.html">pretty much the same</a>.
+Instead of producing one $2,000,000 game, isn't it possible to produce 5
+$400,000 with lesser graphics, audio and effects, but better playability?
+I think it is possible and that this course of action would be better in
+the long run. Think about it.