[hackerspaces] Start a Kickstarter for Your Laser Cutter Today

Tim Saylor tim.saylor at gmail.com
Mon Feb 7 08:25:44 CET 2011

Well, the worst that will happen is you won't have a laser cutter but you've
already cashed in your chips with whoever you convinced to go "donate" once
and now they'll be less inclined to "donate" for your second try even though
they haven't really donated yet.  Kickstarter is a great tool but you should
put some thought into your proposal before kicking it off.

On Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 1:17 AM, tetsu yatsu <tetsuharu at gmail.com> wrote:

> https://www.kickstarter.com/start
> Now I may just be high off sublimated acrylic fumes, but I love our lab's
> laser cutter and I want everyone to have this chance. I cut out 15 Hudson-CI
> logos to entice people at my work to buy into continuous integration, 8
> stupid keychain things, and I couldn't help but fill the sheet with little
> rockets that say 'derp' on them. Now I have 2 dozen 'derp' rockets. And I'm
> cutting out a big wooden Github Octocat made by our member JohnBentCope,
> which my girlfriend thinks is adorable, and was a big hit at the MagicRuby
> conference.
> I want everyone to have a laser cutter.
> If you start a kickstarter for getting a laser cutter, I will donate.
> There's the link. Doesn't cost anything. Just do it.
> Worst that'll happen is you'll not get a laser cutter, which is where you
> are now.
> Come on.
> I got my pocket book out. Let's get you a laser cutter.
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