I don’t often use by little patch of cyberspace to promote products. I have, on occasion, reviewed books or music that have been sent to me, but I have never solicited these items. Someone sent me something that I thought was good, so I wrote about it here. Trust me, though, I don’t make mention at all of most of the things that I’m sent.
So, when I highlight a product that I have not been sent; nor that I’ve even seen in-person, it’s because I like the idea. Enter Cinch. Though I love the Seinfeld episode about how big George’s wallet is, I don’t like that way any longer (which certainly implies that I have lived that way). I carry a front-pocket wallet to try and avoid some of George’s posture problems. But, to be honest, it’s still a bit bulky for my taste.
I am a fan of minimalist wallets. So, when some friends decided to help develop Cinch, I got excited. If I had a ton of money, I would be on Kickstarter all the time. I love seeing good ideas take off. But, as it is, I don’t have any money, so all I can do is point my friends to the products/ideas that I think might be worthwhile. This just might be one of them.