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I came across this article and thought it might be of interest to some.

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/27/techno......ail.html
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On 2010-05-28 02:08, MDantes wrote:
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Don't really know what this means.
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Anyone that gives iForce a low raing on purpose is an idiot.

You think Greg Rostami does this for his health? It's about credit and status in his world. He invented the best magic app out there, priced it super cheap and a bunch of loser, no life, chump magicians want to use him and give him poor ratings.

Gee, I wonder if Greg's next awesome idea will ever see the light of day.
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On 2010-07-22 22:28, Xiqual wrote:
He invented the best magic app out there, priced it super cheap and a bunch of loser, no life, chump magicians want to use him and give him poor ratings.

Gee, I wonder if Greg's next awesome idea will ever see the light of day.
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This.
QFT.
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Wow... read the article and I am stunned. Thanks to Greg for creating one of my FAVORITE apps on the iPhone and for making an app that doesn't look like the phone does the magic... To hear that people are damaging his rating and reputation to keep the app a "secret" is so lame... Would we tolerate the same from any of our other resources in the magic community (magic shop owners who intentionally steer people away from good new stuff... reviewers in the major magazines who trash excellent products so the readers purchase other items???) It is sad that some people are so selfish and small minded that they would act this way. For anyone else who has purchased this and not reviewed it yet, do us all a favor and give an honest review!
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Looks like a very very creative and cool app -

It is cool to see magic being taken to new levels using technology.

It seems this app uses a similar premise as some other Magic apps (maybe I'm wrong) but to me so much is in the presentation as seen in the video - as usual presentation make the magic even more fun and mysterious.

Great job and kudos.
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The app KILLS and looks so innocent on the iPhone that no one I have performed the effect ever questions the technology, but asks ME how I DID IT. Looking forward to the next "Pro" version.
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