Friday, July 10, 2009

Ok then.

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10 comments:

  1. I thought the advertising was great. The movies were funny as heck. I hope PC is not doing this whole "splash" campaign again, then loose it on the development quality and customer service for said development issues. It looks like it is a Playstation Portable for crafters.

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  2. Hi, I love your blog and have a "one lovely blog" award for you on my blog! :)

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  3. I heard that this may be a gimmick. The machine looks interetsing. I saw on a website tha you can download all your carts to it.
    I first thought how cool. But then I read that once you download your cart then the cart is empty. :( (Not sure how true any of this is)
    Don't think I would like that! If the Gypsy breaks then you have to buy a new cart too? OMG that would not be good.

    Thanks for your blog Linda. I LOVE IT!!!! You have such amazing talent!

    Laura from Orlando

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  4. Laura, And add to that how almost impossible it is to get PC support and you'd be in one heck of a mess. ~Linda

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  5. Oooohhh, I know that I don't want empty carts! (I bet that's to prevent people from selling their carts once they've loaded to the Gypsy.) I am a little curious, though. I wonder how much it will cost.

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  6. That was a great ad. It was so funny. To bad Provo Craft doesn't back up their products. I am sure alot of people will like the size of the gypsy but for me I need to have a bigger screen. I think they would have been better off fixing the products they already make.

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  7. From the direct meeting of Oh My Crafts and P.C., we are pretty sure there is no "emptying" of cartridges - that just sounds scrapbook urban legend-ish. It is just meant to be a "portable Design Studio" of sorts.

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  8. Thanks Stephanie! That sure is good to know. ~Linda

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