Monday, July 02, 2012


 I've spent more time than I should have on kickstarter explained below.

The filmmakers, musicians, artists, and designers you see on Kickstarter have complete control and responsibility over their own projects. They spend weeks building their own project pages, shooting their own videos, and brainstorming what to offer as rewards. 

Rewards are things like a copy of what's being made, a limited edition, or a custom experience related to the project. This isn't Best Buy — rewards aren't shrink-wrapped and ready to ship. Once the project is funded, the journey to bring them to life begins. 

An interesting way to get funding for a creative project or to invest in something that sparks your interest. There's a sous-vide gadget that I think has promise.

1 comment:

  1. Oh no, now I have to buy another type of conversion blender!

    And why didn't she show how the custard turned out? Maybe it didn't.

    And after you immerse and cook the steak, you still have to fry it and dirty a pan?
    Don't think I'll invest in this one?