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March 22, 2007


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I think that can be true of a heck of a lot of products in todays society. I look at our business (web sites) and think where will they be in 2 years time. Microsoft and Google will offer what we do for free by then and we will have to have adapted to the new changes in order to survive.

Karin H.

Hi Mike

Possibly, but I just couldn't understand why all five of them 'jumped' right in, most of them are known (or want to be known) as eco-friendly people, they could use their influence in a better way?

As for adapting to change, will the value of one-to-one contact ever decrease? So, in that case, WWC will still be around for a very, very, very long time (as will Wood You Like ;-))


The Dragons Den power Saver product has already in production by other companies elsewhere

Karin H.

Hi Joseph

Sure, The Standby Saver featured in the Dragon's Den isn't really something new. In Germany something sort like has been on the market for a long time.

But that's not the issue of this post.

Do you think there is a long window for profit for any of these devises?

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