And if you want to go straight to the source, you should ask for a beer/coffee with Chad: http://twitter.com/chaddickerson
* I'm potentially searching for a place to sell my "Robot that plays Angry Birds" (http://bitbeam.org/bitbeam-robots-invade-pycon). I go back and forth on whether I should roll my own store, or use a site like Tindie/Etsy/Kickstarter/Inventables, or all of the above. :-)
Soon we will need a qualified electrician to install light bulbs, who knows who difficult it is to sell a electronic device as a independent. Hopefully I'm being overly pessimistic.
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