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« on: June 27, 2010, 02:43:01 PM »

Zazzle rocks: Great idea. I bought a Firefox shirt and it looks unbelievable. It's not just the quality shirts and brilliant colors they manage to get on them. It's the idea to connect brand holders with customers. This is a great example of web 2.0 in action.

Try searching on anything that you previously thought was hard to find like out of print posters or clothes with your favorite band from Woodstock on them. The brand owners get their cut just by providing the original artwork and letting Zazzle do the rest. Zazzle then is legally free to provide exactly what you wanted. It works great for artists that otherwise wouldn't get exposure too. Artists display their work in person, pass along the business card with their Zazzle store, and tell Zazzle exactly how much they choose to charge for their art.

Everything is made on demand so people don't lose their shorts over investing in product production.

Custom T-Shirts, Gifts, Art & more!

Zazzle is the world's leading platform for quality custom products. Zazzle's proprietary technology enables individuals, professional artists, and major brands, including Disney and Hallmark, to create and offer billions of unique products for customers worldwide. Zazzle's rapidly expanding product base covers every topic imaginable and includes t-shirts, business cards, invitations, in addition to a variety of custom gifts. Upon creation, products are instantly and accurately visualized on the site and offered in the Zazzle marketplace. When ordered, each product is made on-demand, typically within 24 hours. Launched in 2005 and based in Redwood City, California, Zazzle's vision is to redefine commerce, powered by the world's imagination.

I would love to change the world, but they won't give me the source code.
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