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Why Amazon Echo Should Actually... Echo!

The Amazon Echo is one of my favorite gadgets, but it's lacking one feature that would make it even better, the ability to echo back what you say to it.


I originally posted this idea at least a year before I stated posting videos and it was one of my most popular topics. The essence of the idea is simple, in addition to all the cool things the Amazon Echo can do, I think the Amazon Echo could open the door to an entirely new service... a Personal Voice Database in the cloud.

Here's how it would work. You say something to Alexa like "Alexa, Frank's wife's name is Gladys", and at a later date, you can ask "Alexa, what's Frank's Wife's name?" and it would respond with your original voice message telling you the date.

In essence, it's like using Alexa as an intelligent voice... [More]

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Amazon Echo Voice Messages

Wouldn't it be great if you could use your Amazon Echo to leave voice messages?


As I mentioned in a previous idea, I think anything with a microphone, speaker, and Internet access would be a perfect replacement for an intercom or even a landline phone that can not only communicate between Echoes in different rooms, but any Echo (or phone line) in the world.

That said, even without direct calling, the Echo is also perfect for creating voice messages to yourself... your family... or anyone with an Echo for that matter.



Amazon Echo Intercom and Calling

Wouldn't it be great to use your Amazon Echo to make calls?


When you break it down, the Amazon Echo has 3 basic components, a microphone, speaker, and Internet connection. To me, that's all you need to use the Echo as a communication device.

The simplest form of communication would be from Echo to Echo, right in the same house, as an intercom system, so you can reach any room in the house by simply asking Alexa to connect you to another room. Taken one step further, you could use it to turn on the microphone in a baby's bedroom, so you can use it as a baby monitor.

Naturally this leads to yet an even bigger step. If you could connect from room to room, why not connect you to another Echo, or even another phone anywhere around the world?

Amazon Echo Unchained?

One of the biggest things holding back the Amazon Echo is the proprietary cord.


I was one of the first people to get an Amazon Echo. I pre-ordered mine after seeing a demonstration video showing a typical family using their Echo for all sorts of things throughout their home. What they don't mention in the video is that the Amazon Echo is not exactly portable, so for them to use it throughout their home they would have to keep unplugging it as they move from room to room.

Unfortunately, the Echo only comes with ONE power cord, and it's non-standard, so you can't simply plug it into USB plugs throughout the home. I think Amazon should make it easier for people to move it by using standard low cost USB cords or create some kind of docking system so you can move it quickly from... [More]

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Amazon Should Get Rid of Alexa

Hey Siri... What is Amazon Alexa?


I don't think Siri can answer that question, mainly because Amazon can't even answer it. For more than 20 years, Amazon Alexa has been the name of a service that provides traffic statistics to website owners, however for some strange reason, Amazon decided to give the Personal Assistant inside their Amazon Echo product line the exact same name.

One of the fundamental goals of building a brand is making sure the name itself is uniquely identifiable with the product or service, which makes you wonder why they decided to call their new Personal Assistant, Alexa. Of all the thousands of possible names Amazon could've used for their new Personal Assistant, why pick a name that they're already using for another product? What were they thinking?
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Amazon Generic Prescription Drugs

I think Amazon should sell generic prescription drugs.


A 30 day supply of Lipitor can cost over $200 in some stores, whereas a generic version can cost quite a bit less, depending on where you get it. Costco for example sells their generic version for about $16.

The trouble is, it's not easy finding a store that has reasonably priced prescription drugs. That's why I think it would be great for Amazon to sell generic prescription drugs. Not only do they have the buying power to insure a low price, but they have the logistics to insure fast shipment in all 50 states.

When you couple this with Amazon's Subscribe and Save program, for automatic delivery, they have just what it takes to become the leader in generic prescription medication.

Apple needs to allow people to play their digital media purchases on non-Apple devices.


Audible Needs User Defined Categories

Audible Needs a Feature To Let You Organize Audiobooks By Category, just like physical media.


It's a pain in the neck browsing my library of over 600 audiobooks because the only way to view your Audible library is by title, author, or date. While that may be useful if you are looking for a specific book, but it's useless if you're not sure what you're going to listen to next.

Let's say I'm in the mood for a mystery or a science fiction book. Without remembering each title and author, I'd have to scroll through all 600 titles and still not find something I like.

If they gave people an option to create their own categories, I would not only be able to find all my Sherlock Holmes books in one place, but it would also include some of the newer Sherlock Holmes titles that were... [More]

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Shared Amazon Prime Addresses

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Some households have more than one family member paying for Amazon Prime.


A few months ago I noticed some of my family members were getting packages with the familiar Amazon Prime logo on the side too. This made me realize that Amazon is getting $300 per year so that 3 people who live in my house can get free 2 day shipping.

It seems to me that since we all share the same address, we shouldn't need to pay for 3 Prime Memberships. Obviously, one option is for all 3 of us to order everything from one account, but that's a real pain in the neck, because I'd need to keep track of paying for each and every order. We order way too often for that.

The simple solution would be for Amazon to allow multiple accounts who share the same mailing address to link them to the same P

... [More]

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All Amazon Kindles Should Play Audiobooks

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For some reason, Amazon decided to eliminate Audiobook support in the black and white Kindle models.


When the first Amazon Kindle was introduced, it had a black and white screen, and it had an audio jack to plug in a headset to listen to books using a crude text-to-speech computer voice. The feature wasn't particularly popular, and some book publishers didn't allow Amazon to support text-to-speech because they felt it would hurt their audiobook sales.

As an audiobook fan, I can understand the publisher's point of view, because a computer voice is no substitute for a good narrator. I can't even imagine listening to an entire book read by a monotone computer voice. Simply stated, if you want your books read to you, get an audiobook version, read by a real person.

When they... [More]

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What are they waiting for?


The future of television is streaming, and there's a war going on to control it.

The first winner is Netflix. When they transitioned their focus from shipping physical DVDs to streaming movies over the Internet, they quickly became the gold standard in online streaming. One of the reasons for their growth was nearly universal support for playing their content on just about every platform in existence. You can play Netflix content on every computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone, game console, BluRay player and dedicated streaming box in existence.

Now that Google, Apple and Amazon have entered the streaming market, they took an entirely different approach, because all 3 of them are also producing their own streaming devices. Amazon has Fire TV, G... [More]

Continue...Amazon Prime Instant Video Support on Apple TV, Android and Chromecast...

Kindle PaperWhite SketchPad Feature

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The Amazon Kindle PaperWhite has a touch screen... so why not give people a way to use it to doodle or take notes?


The best thing about the Kindle PaperWhite is that the screen looks and feels like paper. Unless you use a magnifying glass, it's hard to to tell what you're reading wasn't printed on paper.

Because it's designed specifically for reading books, Amazon didn't put many other features into it, which is a shame because the the PaperWhite's e-ink touch screen would make a perfect writing surface too, especially with a good stylus.

Unlike some electronic doodling boards such as the Boogie Board, which can't save your notes, notes and sketches saved on the Kindle would could easily be placed inside an Electronic Notebook / Sketchbook or even saved to your local PC or... [More]

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Streaming music is great. Live streaming music with a real disc jockey... is even better.


I've been streaming music for years, but there's something special about live radio that can never be captured by automated playlists.

Live programming is what's missing from Amazon Prime too... something that transforms the audience into a genuine community, who are all sharing the same experiences at the same time.

I'm sure a lot of surveys and studies show that there is a definite trend away from live programming in favor of automated programming and on-demand services, but deep down there is still a huge demand for live programming.

Without live programming, Disc Jockeys, and talk show hosts like Howard Stern, Sirius and XM radio never would've caught on.


Live program... [More]

Continue...Amazon Echo... Live. Live Original Programming....

Re-Live Classic Radio With Amazon Echo

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Wouldn't it be great if you could listen to Abbott and Costello and other classic radio shows?


Yesterday, I wrote about the idea of using the Amazon Echo to play podcasts. This not only opens the door to new broadcasters, but it also has the potential to give people a chance to re-live the Golden Age of Radio.

It's a shame that most of the shows from the Golden Age of Radio haven't been heard in decades. Before TV came along, the biggest names in show business were on the radio, and just about everyone tuned in every day to hear their favorite shows.

Just think of the possible shows... Just imagine asking "Alexa, play..."

Bob Hope
The Lone Ranger
George Burns
Abbott and Costello
Milton Berle
Blondie
Bing Crosby
Batman
The Life of Riley
Buck Rogers
Al Jolson
... [More]

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Amazon Echo... Podcast Player

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The Amazon Echo should be able to play podcasts.


Today's idea is my fifth Amazon Echo improvement idea, and it's is a no-brainer. When I think of things that are perfectly suited for an audio-only device, the first thing that comes to mind is podcasting.

A podcasting option is easy for Amazon to implement. All they need is a way to subscribe to a podcast with the App or using the Amazon Music website. This should take seconds.

Once you've subscribed, all you would need to do is say "Alexa play the most recent Adam Carolla podcast". That's it. All your favorite podcasts should be just as easy to access as your Prime Playlists or other music stored in your Amazon Music collection.

New to Podcasting?


The word "Podcast" is a combination of Pod as in iPod... an... [More]

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Amazon Echo as a Baby Monitor

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Baby monitors are remote microphones and speakers... just like an Amazon Echo!


Continuing my series of Amazon Echo ideas, today's focus is on the idea of using an Amazon Echo as a baby monitor.

This idea is a variation of a previous idea... using Amazon Echo as an intercom. This one would be super simple to implement. All you need is an Amazon Echo in the baby's room to pick up the sound, and you can listen from a second one in your own bedroom or from the Amazon Echo App.

As a bonus, you could ask the Echo to play lullabies, relaxing music or nature sounds to help your baby fall asleep.
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Hey kids... dinner's on the table!


As my third Amazon Echo idea, naturally I'm focused on the kinds of things you can do with sound, so to me a natural progression is to have a feature to let you use the Echo as an intercom system.

There are several ways they can implement this. If you have more than one Echo in your house, the easiest thing is for the Echo to automatically consider all of them as one common group, and simply allow any of the Echo devices to broadcast a message to every other device in the same network.

A more advanced method would be to allow you to assign names to each independent Echo unit, so you could start a private conversation with a specific room.

Taking it one step further, it should be possible to create a Buddy List option of people you may... [More]

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Here's another idea for improving the Amazon Echo... Echo Mail


Since the Amazon Echo is focused on sound, why not use it to send and receive voice messages? It wouldn't be particularly hard for Amazon to implement this.

Basically all they have to do is create a "Buddy List" feature inside the App, where you create a list of people you intend to communicate with. Each person on the Buddy List would get an invitation. Once they accept the invitation, you could send and receive voice messages from them using a voice command like "Alexa, record a message for Sam". Alexa would respond "Start recording after the tone... say 'End of message' when complete".

At this point the Echo would start recording until you say "End of message", or until you stop talking for more than 10 s... [More]

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You can ask the Amazon Echo just about anything, and it gets the answer from the cloud. But what if you wanted to ask it something a bit more personal?


I love the concept behind the Amazon Echo. Among other things, it's a wireless speaker, a personal assistant, and an Internet search engine, but I think it can do a lot more. Since it has several high quality microphones, it stands to reason that those microphones should be able to capture your own voice, and play it back later, like a voice recorder, only better.

Unlike a traditional voice recorder, the Amazon Echo should be able to store your recordings in the cloud, then transcribe and index whatever you said, so you can find it later. Like all Amazon Echo commands, all you need to do is start each recording with the wak... [More]

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I'd better not buy that Banana Slicer, BillyRayValentine1232 said it's junk!


Every day, millions of people turn to Amazon to read the reviews of product they are thinking of buying. In some cases they pull out their smartphones while standing in front of the item in a store, just because they want to read the review before they go to the register.

That's because Amazon has the world's largest database of product reviews. You can find countless reviews for just about anything, and within minutes know if it's worth buying.

The trouble is, some of the reviews are fake.


Fake reviews hurt the entire review system, because they don't reflect the actual opinions of a real consumer. In some cases, the manufacturer will post a positive review for their own product, but wh... [More]

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Apple TV Should Support Amazon Instant Video

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What are they waiting for?


One of the things holding Apple TV back from widespread use is the lack of support for Amazon Instant Video. While it's still a great way to play photos and videos from your phone, a lot of people buy it just to play streaming movies using services like Netflix. Now that Amazon Instant Video has a lot of original and exclusive programming, a lot of people are forced to purchase other devices, such as Roku because it works with all the biggest video streaming services.

The heart of the problem is that Apple doesn't like putting subscription services on Apple TV unless they get 30% of the revenue, but since the revenue for Amazon's Instant Video service is linked to Amazon Prime, which extends beyond just streaming videos, they have to way to quanti... [More]

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When Alexa launched, I was excited that somebody created a traffic ranking system for the web. As it turns out, the whole system of increasing your Alexa Traffic Rank is so completely biased, it makes you wonder why it still exists.


When I say biased, I'm not just saying it's a little biased. It's a completely biased, and the funny thing is that everyone knows it, and that's why so many people LOVE Alexa. The bias is so obvious that there are now people making money helping sites exploit the bias to improve their Alexa Traffic Rank. In fact, Amazon is cashing in on it too.

What is the Alexa Traffic Rank? How is it biased?


Before Alexa first launched, there was no system to measure the popularity of a web site, so Alexa decided to borrow the concepts behind TV rati... [More]

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It was a mistake buying my Kindle PaperWhite at a slightly lower price, allowing Amazon to place advertising on the device.


Amazon sells two versions of each Kindle model. One version costs $20 less, because it has "Special Offers", which are advertisements in places that Amazon claims won't get in the way of reading your books.

The second version costs a few dollar more, but it has no such advertising. They call it a discount for allowing the ads. I call it an extra fee to get rid of them.

I'm a big fan of coupons, so when Amazon announced they would put Special Offers on the Kindle, I assumed that meant "insider coupons", special deals that only the savvy people who opted-in would get. Why wouldn't I want that? Any time somebody... [More]

Continue...Amazon Should Offer a Free Way to Remove Ads From "Kindle With Special Offers"...

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