(PRWEB) January 30, 2007
How many times do you type "www" into your browser and then think -- what now? Or how many times do you sit with friends and say -- What should we do tonight?
Well the good news is, you're not alone. The creators of FLADGE dreamed up the idea because they too had this very same problem.
"I can't tell you how many times it's happened to me," says Steve Bell, founder of FLADGE. "My brain just locks up, and although there are thousands of possible things to do -- I just can't bring them to mind. That's why I created the FLADGE database. To remind me!"
But FLADGE offers more than just a simple database of ideas. The core to the site is that it feeds up the database at random -- suggestions range from the simple to the sublime. It has everything from dinner suggestions to what you can shop for, travel ideas to the coolest web sites, sports and sporting events and a great section is suggestions for what people can do with their kids -- ideal for the holiday period. The really great thing about FLADGE are the hidden gems. These are ideas that are in the data base that a person would just never think of on his or her own -- Go watch Dwarf Throwing -- yes it really exists.
The next great thing about FLADGE is that once a person has chosen what he or she wants to do, they simply add where they want to do it and then FLADGE uses the powerful Google search engine to go and get useful links specific to what they want to do.
"FLADGE is not a search engine," says Steve. "It's what we call a Suggestion Engine. It's a new concept. A core feature is the proprietary database, and the way it's constructed that helps Google to serve up more relevant links."
In a world of difficult and complex sites, FLADGE is ultra simple, but very addictive. Just a few clicks and you could be on your way to starting a new hobby, visiting the Harry Potter web site, trading on line or any number of cool activities -- all suggested by FLADGE.
Give it a try today.