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September 11, 2012

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Peter Gasca

I agree, Richard. The future of shopping as well as game play is changing radically, and I am excited to be in the middle of the shift! I am particularly fond of the potential for crowd funding sites, such as www.jumpoff.co, to also assist non-tech inventors and entrepreneurs by offering a huge audience with which to test product concepts, increase awareness and potentially raise money for a start up! Very soon, these large influential social networks will change the way consumers find products, and no longer will banks, large toy manufacturers and mass retailers control demand. The future does look bright!

SpiroFlux

It's an interesting future.

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