MY friend Andy and I have been looking at the World Wide Web for some time, and we were thinking there was an entire audience that was being overlooked - people whose needs weren't being met by the web because, you know, they don't have computers.
So we've created a business that is, at its most basic, the internet for
people who don't have computers.
So let's say you have to build a simple side gate for your fence, and you need a specific kind of fence
post, perhaps one that is about 6ft high, which is ideal for keeping intruders or animals out.
Or maybe 7ft high.
If you had a computer, i suppose you could jump on the internet and plug "fence gates" into a search engine. But what if you don't have a computer? Well, you would visit one of our ANDYGUT Kiosks, which will be conveniently located near or around town centers. At the counter there will be slips of paper. Simply fill out a slip with a few "keywords," such as "fence gate." You hand this slip over to one of our kiosk clerks, and they'll do the rest of the work.
In two or three hours, we will have the results printed, holepunched and placed in a large binder.
This process doesn't just work for building fences. We will be able to perform all kinds of searches, as long as there is an adequate public library nearby.
Some of our preliminary research has shown that roughly 39 million Americans don't have computers, but do want to use the Internet. Our other focus group research has show a real positive response among people, primarily the elderly, infirm, and people who, in general, don't have computers. Basically, they are just waiting for it.
I have to say we are cautiously optimistic.
If you are interested in making a lot of money on this opportunity, feel free to leave your name and number in the comments section.