Oh Heck… Where was I? No! Not where am I? But “was” not “am”, and it’s about where I fell asleep. I’m sure it’s happened to everyone at one time or another! Your reading something very interesting and next thing you know you fall asleep and when you awake, you now need to find your place. What could be worse than that? Well in today’s world, how about your listening to an ebook and you eventually fall asleep… now this is a real problem, cause it could be many, many chapters that you’ve missed, or worse still the ebook comes to an end. Looking to find the place where you remember you listened to before you fell asleep is a real bummer. It’s a problem of the future, cause a lot of what’s offered today, is in the “clouds “.
So, I’ve come up with a product to solve the one where falling asleep when listening to an “E”book. Whatever gadget your using to listen, has the same problem, there is no other connection to you other than the earphones and the sound coming out. It will continue to send out that sound of the person reading whatever you’re listening to no matter what your condition. One solution is to hire a baby sitter to sit there watching you, till you fall asleep, and then proceed to wake you, or press the “II” to stop it. Another more private way would be for you buy a “Where was I” device to let you sleep peacefully, but it stops where you fell asleep… and no problem arising again, having to say… “Hey, where was I?
I’ve found a company that makes a product they use for another purpose,that will also solve my need, but I
need an agreement from them to produce it only for me and not market it themselves, as they actually produce the item now but sell it only as a part to other companies, for other uses. With that accomplished, I now have begun selling it. To who you might ask? well, the largest ebook seller is Audible .com, and it is now a division of Amazon, now the largest retailer in the world. Small world isn’t it? OH! Where was I? sorry! I plan to sell the idea to them as a complete package, thereafter with an added very small percentage for my input. That should solve the retail end.