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Introducing the Kickstarter App for iPhone and iPod Touch
— We're excited to announce that the first official Kickstarter app launched in the iTunes Store this morning! It's available for iPhone and iPod Touch, it's free, and you can download it here. — The app is a whole new way to experience Kickstarter.
The Year of the Game
— Last week, Reaper Miniature Bones and Planetary Annihilation became the 10th and 11th Kickstarter projects to cross $1 million in funding. Both projects belong to the Games category. In fact, seven of the eleven projects that have crossed $1 million this year are games, and an eighth is a comic about a game.
Accountability on Kickstarter
— Yesterday, NPR's “All Things Considered” asked, “When a Kickstarter campaign fails, does anyone get their money back?” The story questioned what would happen if a Kickstarter project failed to follow through on its promises.
— There are crazy days and then there are days like yesterday. Kickstarter has experienced some frantic hours but nothing like what happened in the 24-hour span between Wednesday at 6:54pm and Thursday at 6:44pm. Two million-dollar projects, a major political speech involving Kickstarter …
One Million Backers
— Last week a woman named Rachel Perrie pledged to a film project called Cargo. At that moment she became the millionth person to have ever backed a Kickstarter project. — Rachel backed the film because she knew the creator. People often support people they know on Kickstarter.
Meet Carnegie Mellon's energy sleuths — Advances in data analytics and cloud services such as Microsoft's Azure Machine Learning are helping get buildings to the smallest possible energy footprint without sacrificing comfort.