Zero Editorial

I recently clicked a link on Hacker News entitled “There‚Äôs a new open source cloud in town. Meet Apache CloudStack”. It was a link to GigaOM **about** Cloudstack.

So then I did a google search for “apache cloudstack”:

![screenshot](http://i.imgur.com/KbW2o.png)

Not a single non-blogspam link. It turns out, I wanted [cloudstack.org](http://www.cloudstack.org/). Who knew.

I’m going to build a site where anybody can contribute links, with the only requirement that it cannot be a link to something “about” what the really interesting stuff is. No editorializing. “Apache Cloudstack” will link to the cloudstack website. A link about a new apple product will link to Apple’s video, or to the product page.

Anonymous Transactions

With the advent of BitCoin (and *cough* some online marketplaces), it’s clear to me that in the future, these kinds of things might be more common.

When most homes still had dial-up, YouTube beat everyone by predicting that broadband become the norm. They built a video streaming service before most people could even use it.

Besides illegal things, what else would be made easier by using anonymous transactions? What can we build?