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Uhh, perhaps a typo?
"'Post-It Notes have generated at least $1 Million(?) in sales..."
How long have Post-It Notes been out? Was that supposed to be $1 Billion? :))
It seems to me that, no matter what article is posted, a lot of people can find something to bitch about. Witness the thread for this article (Under $5.00 products worth millions). Out of 15 comments, four are negative. That's right around 25%. Very cynical. Why can't people just see the interest in the story and leave out the sexism, the politics, the capitalism, etc., etc. etc.
What this story really does is point up that, if you have an idea, market it. It may not be as dumb as you think, and it may make you a fortune. And, it is a testament to Man's inventiveness, encouraging that inventiveness without which this world would be a sad place, indeed.
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