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Monday, May 27, 2013

Dj Grandpa's Crib: The Twisted Complement

Discover the artists, singers, producers, entrepreneurs, game developers, and inventors of the future at DJ Grandpa's Crib, the unofficial Kickstarter Podcast. With a fresh voice and inspiring interviews, this weekly podcast celebrates the creative genius in each of us. Don’t miss a single episode!

DJG is joined by Richard Redpath, Ed Bettinelli, Mark Landry, Carmen Caruso of Odd Owl, Greg Rucka, Tommy Morris, Durell Coleman, Helmut Neumann of Fanfare Ciocarlia, and Alcee H Walker.

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Show roster to The Twisted Complement links to all kickstarter campaigns discussed in this episode:

 1.  Richard Redpath 
Blue Laser Lamp- with passive cooling technology 
Apex, NC              
2.  Ed Bettinelli
Thumb Thang: Handsfree Shaker 
Dobbs Ferry, NY
3.  Mark Landry / Ashley Marie Witter / Georges Jeanty
Bloodthirsty: "One Nation Under Water," Volume 1 
Landry Images
Los Angeles, CA
4.  Carmen / Steve / Phil / Adam
San Francisco
5.  Tommy Morris
The Day I Died.
by Tom Morris & Dan Johnson 
London, United Kingdom
6.  Greg Rucka / Rick Burchett / Eric Newsom
Lady Sabre & The Pirates of the Ineffable Aether Vol. 1 
Portland, OR
7.  Durell Coleman
Dream Series: Laser Engraved Wall Maps for Dreamers
Mountain View, CA
8.  Helmut Neumann & Henry Ernst
Asphalt Tango Productions
from Romania to Germany
9.  Alcee H Walker
MFA Social Documentary Film
The School of Visual Arts
The Peacekeepers Global Initiative Documentary 
New York, NY
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  1. Brought here by the Firefly, if you're interested in backing this project I'd urge you to carefully go over the comments on it.

    You'll see the creators have forced several backers to pull out by refusing to answering basic questions about manufacturing plans, claiming to have patents on new components without proof and generally being rude/obnoxious.

    It's a shame because it looks like a good product. The creators just need to show more transparency.

    1. Thanks for the comment. Kickstarter can't survive without its backers. On this week's show, DJG discussed this very topic with Greg Rucka of Lady Sabre. The comments section of Kickstarter is hugely important to any KS campaign--it's a portal for communication between backers and creators.

      I'm sorry your experience has been less than favorable.

  2. my first negative comment ... thank you...


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