Rui Miguel Silva Seabra
rms at 1407.org
Tue Oct 13 09:40:48 CEST 2009
Looks like it's just in time for an Xmas gift.
Congratulations! All that's lacking is a hacking-howto :)
On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 01:51:42PM +0800, Sean Moss-Pultz wrote:
> Dear Community!
> Today, with the greatest of pleasure, I am ready to share with you the
> birth of our third product -- WikiReader. Three simple buttons put
> three million Wikipedia articles in the palm of your hand. Accessible
> immediately, anytime, anywhere without requiring an Internet
> connection. No strings attached. With WikiReader you'll be prepared
> for those unexpected moments when curiosity strikes. And once you have
> it, you'll realize how often you ask yourself questions during the
> WikiReader takes our original ideas of openness and accessibility to
> an even greater realm. WikiReader is so amazingly simple. There really
> is no interface. You turn it on and instantly become immersed in the
> rich world of reading specific topics or the serendipitous pleasure of
> discovering something by chance. It's perfect for all ages.
> From the "Aha!" moment when we held our first prototypes, to the last
> few months as we worked around the clock to polish every last detail,
> this product was a joy to make and even more fun to experience. We are
> head-over-heels in love with WikiReader. Never have I found so much
> fun in the little moments of curiosity life offers us. Try one and I'm
> sure you'll agree that we've delivered the essence of reading
> Wikipedia in an addictively simple form factor.
> Sales start today at http://thewikireader.com. Enjoy. Tell your
> friends. And let us know what you think!
> Sean Moss-Pultz
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