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How Kickstarter created a community for Adapteva

11/27/2012 12:01 PM EST
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old account Frank Eory
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old account Frank Eory   11/27/2012 4:49:40 PM
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It is remarkable that through the use of a vehicle like Kickstarter, that a startup can not only get customers to fund their tapeout, but simultaneously expand their customer base by orders of magnitude. Congratulations and best wishes to the Adapteva team.

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rick merritt   11/27/2012 11:09:21 PM
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I'd love to hear other Kickstarter stories.

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mcgrathdylan   11/28/2012 12:19:27 AM
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@Frank- Agree 100%. Raising the cash was impressive enough, but in the process they got a whole community engaged and excited. A wonderful thing.

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OlyG   11/28/2012 3:09:19 AM
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Check out http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/panacast/panacast-panoramic-camera-and-apps

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