If you crowdsource for something you yourself should be funding, you lack a lot of self-awareness and you’re f*cking selfish.
Cellist Michael Nicolas releases his solo debut, to call for peaceful Transitions to technologically engaged music. “I welcome our robot overlords.”
Know your slavery footprint.
Greg Pak is an award-winning Korean-American comic book writer and filmmaker currently writing “Batman/Superman” and “Action Comics” for DC Comics, “Turok” for Dynamite, and “Storm” for Marvel. His work on “Incredible Hulk” was named “Best Ongoing Series” in 2007.
Today I launched a Kickstarter campaign for NYC.TV; a new media company for independent video creators in New York City.
It wasn’t about scathing reviews or troll threads on fan forums–it was about finding real people and doxing them, stalking them, threatening them with violence.
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As a writer who frequently covers provocative subjects, I know that sex, money, and love, when bundled, form a combustible mix.
If you love books, this is a project you’ll WANT to support.
Anyone with an internet connection and a computer can start a business. Generally, you don’t even need a particularly good idea. Just let people indulge their vanity in a public way, and you’ve got a punchers’ chance of a billion dollar valuation.