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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Close doesn't count . . .

Boing Boing highlights a kickstarter campaign that fell $28 short of a $50,000 project.

Kickstarter is a platform for innovation.  It allows projects to advertise their funding needs, benefits to contributors, and project descriptions.  You set up a target date and a funding requirement.  Contributors pledge moneys and when the total contributions match or exceed the funding requirement the project is a go and the project lead gets the cash (less a small % to Kickstarter).

There is a great discussion in the comments - be sure to scroll down.

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