So much for the youth market. A flurry of start-ups and established companies in consumer electronics have begun to target middle-aged people. Kids know how to work this stuff, so why bother.
Smilebox, founded by MSN alumni Andrew Wright, lets consumers create multimedia presentations out of their photos. Users upload photos, add some prepackaged art with a few clicks and some music, and there you have it. Instead of being posted to a web site, the finished product is sent in an email. Consumers can get different levels of service, depending on how much you pay.
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