Research and Development
We're going to continue to develop and market the NOTEBLOX with the goal of getting into every college bookstore in the United States. Once our initial marketing goal is satisfied we'll get a major publisher to take over and move to mexico. Its a small group of individuals collaborating on the actual execution of NOTEBLOX and were more than likely to take you comments and suggestions very seriously.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE! leave comments below. we accept all sorts of comments from praise to criticism. if you have something you would like to add, a feature we missed of a giant flaw in our execution PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE! let us know. this project began as a muse for myself, and while im certainly my own best consumer, i hope to never be blinded by my own reflection.
our first mission will be to add some colors to our lineup of NOTEBLOX with a collection of colors to compliment the natural/raw finish of the original. we'll likely stick to inexpensive recycled materials for the first round of updates.
for the third update i would personally like to see some creative use of recycled materials. I'm especially fond of rubber and i want to source a rubberized cover that will add grip and weather protection to our short, but sweet list of benefits...
until the iPad changes sizes we'll stick with that. i feel like its somehow more appropriate than "letter", i like the way the pages fill up, and dont leave as much empty space behind.
we've tossed around 8.5 x 11 so that classroom handouts have an appropriate "garage" however we feel a little bit like other peoples paper is a waste of time, and that handouts are spiraling into the grave.
with the iPad mini on the horizon were fairly confident that the mini will also employ a similar magnet system, and well jump right on that with an appropriately sized NOTEBLOX for the "mini"
the stylus market still seems pretty strong. I have 4 and i love and hate them all. so.. naturally ive already got plans for a stylus. i want it to be inexpensive and i want it to be metal and ergonomically flat on 1 side. i lose them constantly, if they are metal and attach to the magnets i'll be less likely to misplace them. if they are inexpensive ill be less likely to whine about having to.
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