Qonote is a new way to leave comments on anything you’ve found, read, seen, or heard on the web. Instead of your comments disappearing into the abyss, Qonote allows you to store them all in one, social place. Comments no longer have to be relegated to second class status, elevate a comment into its own autonomous published piece. Share a comment via its unique URL, and organize your comments into categories. Qonote is a great way to keep track of your opinions, and to discover the comments of others.

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Orbts allows users to simply navigate through the history of humans
in space through an extensive image archive. Missions, people, places,
and things are easily searchable and savable for future reference.
Connect with your friends to see what they're finding, and add to your
own collection of images to never lose track 
of your favorites. 

It's little bits of space -- in your pocket.


Capsule helps you categorize thoughts and moments in your 
life through photos and words. Like a diary, Capsule is a private 
place for you to write, remember, and associate images with feelings. 


Inventory helps you track and search through your belongings.
Inspired by the fact that we acquire, consume, and then lose or
throw away material belongings, Inventory aims to assist users in
understanding the things they own and use.



ViewQ allows users to categorize and save videos for future
viewing. Think of it as your queue for online videos, a way to sort
through the mess of cats, movie trailers, and music videos. 



A concept for a simple utility for New Yorkers to find free
and open public wifi networks provided by the city.