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“To hear men describe it, renting a tuxedo the old-fashioned way is hell. When Patrick Coyne went to Men’s Wearhouse to get a tuxedo for his friend Andrew Blackmon’s Santa Barbara wedding, he was astounded by the process. “Some guy measured me and was like, ‘You’re good to go,'” he explained. “Do I try anything on?” the 25-year-old business school grad asked. Apparently not.”

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“Things have moved quickly for the New York-based startup Ringly. After launching a little over a year ago, it opened up pre-orders in June for its first product, a Bluetooth-connected ring that buzzes when the wearer receives a notification on her phone. In December, Ringly started shipping its first batch of rings.”

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“Crowdemand, which launched Tuesday, uses similar methods as Kickstarter to connect designers directly with their customers. Designers will post their work on the site and during a two-week campaign period consumers will pre-order the items they want.”

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