What it does: Lets you watch people react to videos and photos you send them
Why it'll be big: Beme is the brainchild of filmmaker and social-media bon vivant Casey Neistat, whose street cred alone is enough to propel it to the next level. It's a little like Snapchat, in that it lets you record moments in real time and send them off to friends. However, it's armed with a couple game-changing differences. For one, you're not allowed to preview the four-second clips you've recorded before they send, and you can see people's reactions in real time when they're opened.
What it is: A carpooling service for coworkers
Why it'll be big: Dreamed up by Uber's founding CTO, Ride is designed to make your commute less expensive and shitty by matching you with carpools of similarly scheduled coworkers whose route to the office coordinates with yours. It's a simple concept, frankly, but one that might catch on as we start to care more and more about not totally killing the climate.