Perhaps next: an app for paying to reserve a bathroom stall at Faneuil Hall
"Haystack, launched in Baltimore in May, is expanding to Boston this week with what its 24-year-old founder calls a convenient solution to one of urban living’s great frustrations. Instead of circling the block, praying for a parking space to open up, a Haystack user would receive an electronic notification that someone else in the network is about to leave a nearby spot, and could call dibs for a few bucks.App claims to be a new tool in the eternal quest for a city parking space - Business - The Boston Globe
“We’re allowing neighbors to help each other out. That’s what this is built on,” said Eric Meyer, the young entrepreneur behind Haystack."