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A lot of ideas go to Kickstarter in hopes of getting needed funding. Many die but a lot of good ideas are successful and become products. If you’ve missed the initial wave of a Kickstarter project, you can still be an early adopter by grabbing a product off of Outgrow.me. Outgrow.me is a marketplace for many of the Kickstarter projects that were successful. So instead of waiting six months to see if a product idea will get funding and then another few months for fulfillment, you can jump on the bandwagon once it’s all smoothed out. Some of my favorites include:
Keylet: A metal wallet that holds a key like a Swiss Army Knife
Cap Buckle: A means of ensuring you don’t lose your camera’s lens cap
Weerol: An adjustable wooden toy
Creatures: The craziest looking card game I’ve ever seen
Stick-N-find: A way to use your smartphone to find lost stuff (except lost smartphones)
For those of you who are attending (or thinking about attending) more detail behind the sessions for Planningness is filtering onto the website. It’s an interesting array of topics and speakers that will get the participants to think a bit. I’m sure there is more to come leading up to the event. If you haven’t registered yet, do so here.
Personally, I’m looking forward to both Garry Tan (CEO of Posterous) session on building web experiences and Joe Lambert’s storytelling session.