Two-Facebook: A social site where you could tell one group of friends one thing, and tell another group of friends something else.
Milk Motors: A company that developed an engine that ran on milk, which seemed like a great idea until somebody realized milk costs the same per gallon as
2YK Protection Corp.: Face it, after 1/1/2000, no one was interested in the threat our computers faced from the Millennium Bug. Especially when the company was founded in 2006.
Amish GPS Int’l.: Turns out the Amish ready don’t use or want GPS devices for their horse and buggies.
PizzaFax: A company invented a way to fax pizzas to people’s homes.
But, because of email, nobody has fax machines anymore. And the technology to turn pizza into an attachable file doesn’t exist.
General Motors: ‘nuff said.
Frozen Apps: Everyone got excited about buying shares of this company, until they found out it wasn’t a software company. They made appetizers for cocktail parties.
Tasty Apps: The confusion continued when this software company issued stock around the same time, with an app to locate stores selling frozen party snacks.
Digital Buggy Whips, Ltd.: There was no way this company was going to update buggy whips into the 21st century.
Tepid Fusion Co.: Between hot fusion and cold fusion, this company claimed it could create energy in a lukewarm environment. But no one warmed to the idea.
Obsolete Technology Corp.: Despite a slick brochure, this company never really had a shot to succeed.
Ponzi Schemes Inc.: Yeah, no one took the bait when this company went public.