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Going It Alone, Part III Coming May 1st

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The third installment of “Going It Alone” is tentatively scheduled for simulcast on CrunchGear.com and right here on DesignTheatre.net the weekend of May 1st.  The working title for the next part is “Going It Alone Part III: Inside the Factory Walls”.  I plan to do a parallel dissection of one of American Innovative’s products and the factory anatomy that was responsible for creating it.  I welcome your suggestions in advance (please comment on this post) and I will try to address as many of those as possible in creating the piece.  Looking forward to it!

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Written by designtheatre

April 21, 2010 at 9:14 pm

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  1. Sounds great! Looking forward to it!

    Brandon

    April 21, 2010 at 11:50 pm

  2. Adam,

    There are a lot less flames over here! I’ll subscribe to this feed.

    S Kendall

    April 22, 2010 at 10:16 pm

  3. I’m a subscriber talking here . In your previous posts, you gave an overview of the process of manufacturing outside the US, especially in china. But that was what it was;an overview.

    In fact, on your first post on TC, one of the commenter added more value to the post than the post itself. (On http://www.crunchgear.com/2010/04/10/going-it-alone-how-to-make-your-stuff-in-china/ , view comments by Matt Lawson )

    It would be great if in your next post you could include some experiences you had, some more examples, your learnings, and the beginners mistakes one should look out for etc etc .

    It’s really great of you to ask your readers about what they want in the next post. Wanted to reach out to you about your next post and you provided a chance with this post.

    Really appreciate the efforts you put behind every post you write and your concern for reader opinions.

    Shawn

    April 24, 2010 at 3:48 am

    • Shawn, thanks for the feedback. I enjoyed Matt Lawson’s comments as well. I have found, from reading the comments, that is hard to give the right amount of detail to such a broad audience. Some think the posts were too much of an overview, others felt there was not enough detail. Some felt it was too colloquial and others liked the writing style. I think you’ll like the upcoming post and I will try to address, more specifically, who I am writing for.

      designtheatre

      April 24, 2010 at 2:57 pm


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