I've seen cartoons exactly like this one before but this one - I like the presentation, packaging, I don't have to go looking for it, it's kind of user friendly looking and your name does have a certain cache.
Yep, you've given us something totally new here, completely raising the bar. The way people interact with cartoons will change forever and even if you don't keep it up, there'll be a host of long running imitators waiting to step into your shoes.
Ladies and gentlemen - the O-Toon.
the O-toon is a Game Changer !!!
Well that's me buggered.
Follow me, buy my stuff and make me super rich as I convince you that I'm changing the world while making you think you're buying into something exclusive and elite while simultaneously saving the environment.
The JooJoo is a perfect example of how smaller, less intelligent companies go astray. I don't know about overseas, but calling a device a “Jew Jew” in America is not going to endear it to consumers. And people thought “iPad” was a poor name choice! LOL!
That is :)
Expert marketing. But NOT
at the expense of making a decent product that's worth marketing to start with. They have a good balance. The expert marketing convinces people that the good product is an amazing one ^__^
Yup, Joojoo is a silly name. They're nice and big (over 12 inches), nice design too… looking very sexy. The problem with them is though that being browser based they're just as closed and limited as the ipad. Still, unlike the ipad they're open source (I believe) so it might be easier to do more with them. They won't have the same level of software wow as the Apple one because that's a teeny independent company and Apple is a 20 story monster, Apple will also find it a LOT easier to attract partners and developers because of that fact, BUT
it does have a lot of potential and it is a sexy device.
A great example of the Apple effect and the atrocious quality of tech journalisim is the furore about the use of the word “slate”:
After it was rumored that the Apple device might be called an “islate” most of the tech “journalists” started saying that all the other new slates coming out were slavishly co-opting the Apple invented name, proving what a leader Apple was and proving how much the other companies follow them…
When in the wonderful world of reality “Slate” has been used as the standard word for keyboardless tablets for years. What that episode proved was that the tech journalists not only had an innate bias, but they didn't know what they were talking about when it came to tablets since even the most basic research on a general info site like wikipedia couldn've corrected that moronic assumption. lol!