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Today at 7:58 pm CET I will reach my first billion seconds of life. To celebrate it I have a very stupid idea, to become the first crowdfunded billionaire. If this Facebook post gets 100 likes before 7:58 pm CET I will launch a Kickstarter project, recruit a team and make it happen.
(Of course, I will share my future fortune with those who like, share and back this. I promise to give a billion a meaning) 

Today at 7:58 pm CET I will reach my first billion seconds of life. To celebrate it I have a very stupid idea, to become the first crowdfunded billionaire. If this Facebook post gets 100 likes before 7:58 pm CET I will launch a Kickstarter project, recruit a team and make it happen.

(Of course, I will share my future fortune with those who like, share and back this. I promise to give a billion a meaning) 

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Money, in the end, is only a tangible token of energy: a superficial yet essential part of the financial system that governs so many of our decisions.
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e-Money band in Japan via @cscoutJapan
Running is a growing lifestyle activity in Japan, with applicants for the Tokyo Marathon increasing by 68% in 2009. This trend has led to Nike and Asics opening innovative new retail spaces in central Tokyo, and mobile devices and e-money are also adapting to meet the consumer demand. The band may be only single-function but for its price it is a useful tool for a consumer, plus it could also be integrated into watches in the future.
(via Trendpool » E-Money Wrist Band For Running Consumers)

e-Money band in Japan via @cscoutJapan

Running is a growing lifestyle activity in Japan, with applicants for the Tokyo Marathon increasing by 68% in 2009. This trend has led to Nike and Asics opening innovative new retail spaces in central Tokyo, and mobile devices and e-money are also adapting to meet the consumer demand. The band may be only single-function but for its price it is a useful tool for a consumer, plus it could also be integrated into watches in the future.

(via Trendpool » E-Money Wrist Band For Running Consumers)

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