Never before in history has creativity and free enterprise been on a more exciting path. A 14 year old from Spanish Fork, Utah named Robert Nay has created the #1 most popular free iPhone app on iTunes. His game, called Bubble Ball, already has more than two million downloads, surpasssing the very popular Angry Birds game. Had he charged just 99 cents he would have more than $2 million in his account. He found the software to create his idea from a book at his local library.
Today’s tech environment has opened the door for anyone with a creative notion and initiative to take an idea globally. There is no longer any distance between creators and users. Market acceptance or failure is determined by the free market. No experts, research, marketing gurus or agents required. Never before has there been a more perfect time for ideas.