The founder of Scrap Wood Solutions, Josh Darlepstein, said in an exclusive interview with TheYellowDailyNews that he came up with the idea of transforming pieces of scrap wood into iPad stands that look and feel like pieces of scrap wood when he was a construction worker.
"I thought to myself, 'There's gotta be a better way to earn a living than pounding nails,'" he said. "Then I realized I was sitting on a gold mine. I could package this scrap wood into iPad stands that look like and feel like pieces of wood scrap."
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"This is just mind blowing," Ongloria said. "We were blown away last month with it taking just 20 hours to raise the million bucks for the "Piece of Scrap" wooden mousepad. "But 16 hours to fund this gorgeous iPad stand. It simply shocks the conscience."
The "Wood" iPad stand project received favorable reviews when it was debuted.
Wired Magzine, for example, declared it "A revolutionary piece of furniture from tomorrow." Gizmodo said "Wood has a gorgeousness that enhances the iPad's gorgeousness. At $199, it's a steal."
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