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Kickstarter has completely changed how people are approaching their business. Ideas are suddenly full of passion rather than focused on profits and margins and people are following their gut rather than a managed business plan. So it is now possible to start a business by having a dedicated fan base rather than a strong financial foundation. While I think that there is room for both the traditional and unconventional business start up I cant help but be excited about the kickstarter phenomonon and am interested in seeing how each of these fledgling businesses fend in the ‘real ‘ working world.

Here is the latest Kickstarter project to catch my eye.

What do you think. Sounds good to me – the idea of having a  co-ordinating capsule wardrobe shipped over to me each season sound amazing. But also being ethical, and for kids – I can imagine parents everywhere signing up for this one. Click here for more information.

Four records that I can’t stop listening to

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I was asked this morning on twitter for some music recommendations… here are four records that I can’t stop listening to of late. Ok, the Royal Blood album came out yesterday but the others have been playing for a bit longer now…

1/ Royal Blood: Royal Blood 2/ Kate Tempest: Everybody Down
3/ Stephen Steinbrink:  Arranged Waves 4/ Watsky: All You Can Do

How about you?

I love discovering new music so hit me with any recommends…

The GivR

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The Tech Jean is a patented fabric that has been designed for the active man and woman. At its core is a crimped polyester that is designed to flex, and then go back into shape. This polyester is then wrapped using a secret process with cotton. Clever stuff. So you have the best of both worlds. A jean that gives like polyester but feels like good old cotton. So it’s great to ride your bike into work, it’s quick drying, but in the office they just look like a great cut of black jean. Stealth Tech, we call it. [Read more here]