Yancey Strickler is the CEO and cofounder of Kickstarter he sees the future of work and the economy different than most CEOs. Strickler sees a future with people working jobs that actually matter for causes that make the world a better a place. Instead of profit over people, we can have people who all profit.
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tado° is looking to get funded on Kickstarter is designed to make your home more efficient. If you use an AC unit to cool your house then you should consider backing this project as it can save you money and the environment. Every summer regions in North America suffer blackouts because energy consumption . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Remote, Intelligent Air Conditioning Device and App
You are an entrepreneur with a fantastic idea for a green startup. You go to the bank for funding but they turn you down. What do you do? Fear not, green warriors! We will show you five non-traditional funding sources for social and environmental startups, including crowd funding and peer-to-peer lending, and go through . . . → Read More: Carbon49 – Sustainability for Canadian businesses: Creative Funding for Green Startups
Who doesn’t like toys? Nobody! Everybody loves playing and we all can remember the joy that toys bring us when were kids. Now some educators are looking to make a toy that is not only fun but also teaches kids empathy. Empathy is perhaps the most important skill one can acquire in this . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: A Toy Designed to Increase Empathy
Following Facebook’s example of giving sexist, abusive douchebags a free pass, Kickstarter is refusing to take down Redditor Ken Hoinsky’s dating advice book.
Above the Game: A Guide to Getting Awesome With Women, includes such gentlemanly dating advice as “grab her hand and put it right on your dick.” Another excerpt posted on . . . → Read More: April Reign: Classy Move Kickstarter
Sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo have changed the way some projects get funding by using contributions from individuals on a large scale. There have been many art projects and products that have come into existence thanks to this new trend in crowdfunding.
Todd Aalgaard has wondered if crowdfunding can be used to encourage progressive politics. . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Crowdfunding for Political Change
No pun intended!
A threatened colony of magicians in India will be digitally preserved at least by a group that put together a proposal and posted it on Kickstarter.
The colony of street artists, magicians and jugglers came together in the 1950s as the life of the traditional traveling performers in India became difficult . . . → Read More: Co2 Art: Group Raises $40,000 on Kickstarter to Film Disappearing Magicians