What could you learn if you supported a new crowdfunding project every week for a year?
Ups & Downs of Kickstarter
Ubuntu’s Edge is on the brink of something unusual
I subscribe to a lovely little service called Stack.
When a century old brand uses mainstream media to plug its crowdfunding campaign, what should Kickstarter do?
As part of an experiment I’m calling The Year of Giving Dangerously, I’m supporting a new crowdfunding project every week.
You’re damned if you do, and you’re damned if you don’t.
I’ve mentioned before how celebrity can be used to accelerate a crowdfunding project.
When Richard Nixon tumbled in disgrace from the White House, an axiom was wheeled out among the political classes: it’s not the crime that…
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The recent spate of celebrity Kickstarter campaigns has led to a little backlash in the crowdfunding community.
My friend Pawel was tall, skinny, and camp, and he lived in the house at the bottom of the street.
Just over a year ago, I benefited from a remarkable piece of internet altruism.
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