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kfield
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kfield   7/28/2013 12:14:30 PM
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@rylangrayston Very cool!  Would you be interesting in blogging about your progress here? It's a great to document your work, and also get some free technical advice and help from our community!  If so, please email me at karen.field@ubm.com and we'll get you set up.

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kfield   7/28/2013 12:15:22 PM
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@rylangraston Have you thought about trying for funding via Kickstarter or one of those types of sites for entrepreneurs?

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Tom Murphy   7/28/2013 7:55:30 PM
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That's an attractive offer Rylangraston. I'm not the one to help you, but I hope you find a team.  I like that option a lot better than charging people a penny -- it's worth more than that, not that you need to make billions. But there should be a good return on your efforts. Best of luck!

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rylangrayston   7/28/2013 8:22:24 PM
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oh yes ... In fact I have 3 other projects that will debue on kick starter... this is actualy one that me and my investor decided to let go public befor doing any croud sorce funding

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rylangrayston   7/28/2013 8:33:39 PM
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Well thanks to this article and the one on hack a day a team is coming together!

Before this article I had 0 colaborators, 2 comments in 1 form and 40 views on youtube ... now I have 4 forms with lots of commments on each and 3700 veiws!



And the best part... 5 people colaborateing with me! So a big thankyou to Caleb for the great article and everyone at the EE Times!

Your work is a key part of this project getting on it feet.

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