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Kickstarter – Part Two: Limit Theory and Sir, You Are Being Hunted

In yesterday’s post I talked about the phenomenon that is Kickstarter, a brand new way of bringing stuff into the world. A much more creative, transparent and democratic way, giving buyers more power over their purchases than ever before, and … Continue reading

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Kickstarter Brings The Awesome

For centuries the prevailing economic model has been this: Stuff is made Stuff is displayed If you like the stuff, or it fills a need, you buy. If not, you keep looking. In these fangled modern times, however, what with … Continue reading

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So you contribute a few monies to a Kickstarter project aimed at making a film about Minecraft, one of the most phenomenal games/creative sandboxes to hit the PC ever, and all they send you is a lousy 2-disc DVD set, … Continue reading

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