Which is why I love Wipebook. It's basically a notebook in which all of the pages are little whiteboards!
I was lucky enough to receive a Wipebook as a gift from my friends, @mhellstern and @kentdaitken. And I can attest to its sheer awesomeness; I worked on a presentation this weekend using the wipebook to document and sort all of my ideas. Love love love it.
What makes it even better is that it was developed by some MBA students from University of Ottawa during their entrepreneurship course. They sold 100 books by word of mouth and then launched a KickStarter. That's when things got crazy:
It has been a crazy start here at Wipebook, most notable is the unexpected demand growth encountered during our Kickstarter campaign that was funded at 100 times the original goal. The intent of the latter-mentioned campaign was to essentially raise additional funds to augment development efforts surrounding the ensuing version of the Wipebook, the Wipebook 2.0. And from the campaign's inception, backers cordially received the product, such that within 24 hrs we had exceeded a pre-defined revenue goal of $4,000. Within 3 days, we had surpassed that value by 800%, with over $30,000 in generated revenue. At this point we were projecting $200,000 in total at the campaign's termination date of December 23, 2013; however, this approximation had literally doubled -- we eventually exceeded $420,000 in backer revenue. Needless to say, we think that we have identified a nascent need for a whiteboard-notebook.How amazing is that? If you want one of these gems, you can pick one up on the Wipebook website for $30. They come in blank, lined, grid, mixed variants and music. If you're as much of a whiteboard aficionado, this is a must in your office arsenal.
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