Posts Tagged ‘Kickstarter’

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas

'Twas the Night Before Christmas

I’ve been trying to pinpoint what I’m feeling right now, and I realized that it’s the exact same mix of feelings I experienced as a child every year on Christmas Eve: Trepidation and nervous excitement. When I was a kid who wholeheartedly believed in Santa Claus, I would go to bed on Christmas Eve not […]


The Myth of MSRP

The Myth of MSRP

I used my creative energy tonight to write a fictional scenario over on my Kickstarter Lessons blog about how I used to think MSRPs were determined. You can check it out here.


The Nice Jeans Solution

The Nice Jeans Solution

Last week I wrote about the “nice jeans conundrum,” the internal debate to purchase or not purchase the world’s most comfortable pair of jeans. The jeans in question, which I tried on about a year ago and still think about, cost $180, which is a lot of money. That’s 180 Slurpees, people. There were many […]


Fudge and Puppies

Fudge and Puppies

At the end of my Kickstarter campaign, I told all 942 backers that if they ever ran a Kickstarter campaign for a passion project of theirs, I want to support them in some way, whether it be a pledge, a post, feedback, etc. Because many of my supporters were people who started Kickstarter projects during […]


Viticulture Pre-Orders and Lessons Learned from My Kickstarter Backers

Viticulture Pre-Orders and Lessons Learned from My Kickstarter Backers

Tonight at 11:59pm, my Kickstarter campaign ended. We went out with a bang, raising $8,000 in the final 24 hours to bring our total to $65,980. Which, considering that I had absolutely no idea back in August if we’d even hit our goal of $25k, is astounding. But I want to focus today on a […]