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The Best of Betterific – This Week’s Favorite Posts

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Here’s a rundown of just a few of our favorite betterifs from this week. We’ve got some amazing ideas for Apple, Hallmark, Amazon, Geneaology.com, Facebook, Target and much more….

Wouldn't it be better if you received an e-card version of the physical greeting card you purchased in store. Make it happen American Greetings and Hallmark.

Wouldn't it be better if you could take a number at each of your doctor's offices as is done in bakeries and delis. That way you could maintain more privacy/anonymity when they call out your number rather than putting your name out there when it's your turn.

Wouldn't it be better if you could purchase a movie in iTunes, for a discount, after you've already rented it? Similar to the "complete" the album discount, after you've already purchased a song.

Wouldn't it be better if there was a "thank you note" generator to help you write thank you notes. It could make serious and funny ones.

Wouldn't it be better if an umbrella company manufactured a sun-inspired rain umbrella line complete with red, orange, yellow decor and mini-rays.

Wouldn't it be better if "amazon moms" was called amazon parents? As a dad who is active in his kids' upbringing, I find the Amazon Moms program to feel like an odd name. That said, I am grateful for the program!

Wouldn't it be better if while online shopping for clothes you could put an outfit together on a model who had a similar body shape? Just so you would know how it would look and fit.

Wouldn't it be better if in addition to the "videos" album on facebook there was also one called "videos of me"? Both for vanity and for damage control purposes.

Wouldn't it be better if a third-party company measured and published the waist sizes of garments from popular clothing retailers? If, for example, you have a 32" waist, does that correspond to pants labeled "30 inch waist" at The Gap in 2014? People would pay for that app.

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