#1
I have an idea for a website, I have already started planning it all out, however I just recently found out there is already a popular website (Tumblr) that does the same thing as my idea.

Would I be sued if I went ahead with the website (Note: I'm not copying the website, it just does the same thing).
#3
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You wouldn't be sued, it just wouldn't go anywhere.


this, plus it's a stupid idea.
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#4
I came up with a new website idea too.

Basically, the idea is this: a website designed for the purpose of finding other websites.

I know it sounds crazy, but bear with me. The user would go to the site and enter certain search terms, and then the site (I haven't thought of a name yet but it would be good if it rhymed with 'Oogle') would return a list of sites that are relevant to his/her needs.

Say I wanted to look for a site filled with home-made hummus recipes. I would just type in "hummus recipes", and my site would do the rest. And people could search for whatever they want, be it music, travel information, porn, the definition of "irony", or even the legality of creating a website which is similar to an existing one.

I think you'll agree that it's an exciting prospect. Sadly, I do not have the start-up costs to launch such a venture. Therefore, I'll need backers. Hopefully someone reading this will realise the potential of such a website and be willing to purchase shares in my company. I will need at least £39.70 to get this off the ground, so if anyone can donate that money it would be most appreciated. Don't worry, I'm sure we will be able to make this money back at a later date by selling advertising. PM me and I'll sort you out with my PayPal details.

- Ninja.
#5
I mean, its like myspace compared to FB. One is better.
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