Being somewhat of a foodie and living in Portland, I’m going to come right out and endorse the idea of Cheese & Crack. Charcuterie, cheese, and homemade cracker in a food cart sounds like an ideal picnic lunch.
At this writing, Cheese & Crack is $161 short of their $2500 goal with 23 days to go. I’m positive they’ll make their goal, and I’m really looking forward to some artisan nosh.
UPDATE: Cheese & Crack has met their funding goal, I’m going to get to try their cart out!
XKCD put up this comic about how “meta” trend that some Kickstarter projects are developing into. Raising money to raise money to start a project. It’s like Inception only Ponzi-er. I’m talking to you, Pathfinder.
"If you pledge more than $50 you'll get on the VIP list and have first dibs on a slot on ANY of the pledge levels in the actual campaign
Recently two 3D printers went up on Kickstarter with two very different approaches to 3D printing, Rapcraft, and B9Creator.