Eclectic Curiosity


Posted on July 15th, 2002, by Steve Hardy in Archives, Uncategorized. No Comments

Talk about something small making it big. Wired has an article this month about a young New York fashion entrepreneur by the name of Karin Spitzer. She’s getting tons of press for a phrase she originally used in a public art project: “no-time“.

Spitzer, 27, is a refined example of how little it takes to build a business in the information economy: Her tools consist only of a laptop and some imagination. Based primarily on the Internet, Spitzer has created a successful business called no-time, selling bracelets, armbands, mouse pads and similar items emblazoned with variations on the logo: “no time for….”





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