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Last month, the Katanas & Trenchcoats Kickstarter campaign closed. It did pretty well, getting 328% of the initial goal! In fact, if you go to the campaign’s site, you’ll see: 895 backers pledged $32,766 to help bring this project to life. Calculating the Project’s Budget I’m rolling in money, right? HAHAHAHAHAH. Let’s get into a breakdown.
So, I have this thing I launched today: And it’s going to consume my life for the next 30 days. So I thought I’d share how I’m planning on coping with the overwhelmingness of everything while the campaign is going. (This post is not an April Fools’ Day joke.) Take Time off of the Internet Sarcastically:
Have you checked out the A World of Dew Kickstarter campaign? I’m on deck to do the Fate rules for A World of Dew once it hits $20,000! When Ben
Last week, Keith Senkowski wrote this brilliant piece on his discoveries regarding his Kickstarter campaign. I recommend you read all of it. There’s one bit that resonates with me: I first thought Kickstarter would be the venue to get funding to help me justify the time spent on a project like that. I was wrong.
If you’ve been following social media yesterday and today, you may have already seen posts about the Cortex Plus Hackers Guide. Long-time fans know that a couple years ago, I posted my article on my blog: Hacking Stress. Not only will the article be in the book, but the folks at MWP are letting me
There was a great G+ post from Epidiah Ravachol this past weekend about crowdfunding that started with: As a producer, I’m in love with crowd-funding. As a consumer, I might hate it. And from there, talk about how some people didn’t see a reason to not crowdfund as a producer. Now, having crowdfunded something and