Toys aren't selling. Kotaku.com says video games are more entertaining and they are right, but there is a larger virtual vs. physical change happening too.
Are video games killing toy sales or are WE? One tend feels recoverable while the other trend means Barbie and G. I. Joe, as physical things in the world, are gone.
What about you? Have you noticed changes in your buying patterns? This post discusses the REAL COSTS of physical goods. Real costs such as curation (moving your "collections" and maintenance such as costs of getting a bicycle ready to ride for another season) and disposal costs are included.
Share how your buying patterns are changing and we will curate into the CrowdFunde post.