How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


Now this is fairly interesting. Now, I am a fan of simple, creative toys, blocks, etc., or more complicated, but non-electronic toys, like Transformers. Yeah, we all know I like Transformers.

But I do have to say, I think the voicemail bear is cool. Very cyberpunk; you have a toy that has value because of connection to a digital network. Now the only thing that has to happen? The parents lay out the cash for a collection of stories, and the kid can random access them, and play them back as often as they please.

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