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Gifted Calendar 2012

I’ve been spending the past 3 months setting up a place online that will allow me to work with all the awesome people I get to meet through FormFiftyFive.

This place is called Gifted!

It’s going to be a mix of shop, blog and community funding platform where we can create things free from commercial restrictions.

To kick things off I brought 12 of our collaborators together to create a A3 lose-leaf calendar for our first joint project. The calendar is on sale from today and I guess you could say it’s a beta test for the funding platform.

To make the project happen we’re looking for 100 people to pre-order the calendar and as an early supporter of the project you get some exclusive goodies! So get your calendar while stocks last.

The full Gifted site will launch this Spring.

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    Luke TongeLuke Tonge
    5th Dec 2011
    12:20 pm
  1. Great stuff Glenn – excited to see what else you have in store over the coming months..

  2. GlennGlenn
    5th Dec 2011
    12:47 pm
  3. Glad you like it Luke!

    Yeah this is a bit of a trial to see if the idea can work. I’m very excited about some of the ideas we’ve already been discussing :D

  4. Tom Vining
    6th Dec 2011
    1:22 pm
  5. Nice idea, pre-ordered.

    Any more info on the community funding aspect?

    Good stuff!

  6. GlennGlenn
    6th Dec 2011
    6:37 pm
  7. Nice one Tom :¬)

    We’ll develop products that we fund ourselves but will also present more complex or costly ideas to our readers to gauge interest. That’s the the community funding side will come into play. Most ideas stumble at a financial hurdle, hopefully Gifted will allow us to realise ideas that might otherwise land in the bin.

    A bit like but curated.

  8. Tom ViningTom Vining
    6th Dec 2011
    7:43 pm
  9. Sounds brilliant.

    I’d be very interested to support if/when there’s an opportunity.

    Best of luck with it!

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