1. meredithmcclaren:

Last afternoon we reached the funding goal for my Kickstarter.
I’ve been pretty much an emotionless void since then.  (That’s the mean trick of running a Kickstarter campaign.  You push so hard to get funded that you are completely burnt out by the time you succeed.)
But I’m grateful.
So very grateful.
And its gonna hit me hard in a day or two.
Thank you everyone who kicked in to the Kickstarter.  Who tweeted and linked to it.  Who showed your support.
Thank you so, so much.

THE KICKSTARTER

    meredithmcclaren:

    Last afternoon we reached the funding goal for my Kickstarter.

    I’ve been pretty much an emotionless void since then.  (That’s the mean trick of running a Kickstarter campaign.  You push so hard to get funded that you are completely burnt out by the time you succeed.)

    But I’m grateful.

    So very grateful.

    And its gonna hit me hard in a day or two.

    Thank you everyone who kicked in to the Kickstarter.  Who tweeted and linked to it.  Who showed your support.

    Thank you so, so much.

    THE KICKSTARTER

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  2. Len Peralta really loves video games. We mean, really. In 2010, he started an art project called Geek A Week with the goal of taking 52 influential geeks from a range of disciplines — science, music, art, etc — and turning them into neat little trading cards. The results were wildly popular, garnering Peralta a ton of press (CNN!) and a hugely enthusiastic fan base. Now, the next incarnation of his series will narrow the scope to a specific Geek subset: video gaming! It will include some of the most interesting names in gaming right now, including Notch, Tim Schafer (heard of him), Gabe Newell, and Cliff Bleszinski. Phew, what a line-up. Backers can get their hands on a pack for a $15 pledge.

    Len Peralta really loves video games. We mean, really. In 2010, he started an art project called Geek A Week with the goal of taking 52 influential geeks from a range of disciplines — science, music, art, etc — and turning them into neat little trading cards. The results were wildly popular, garnering Peralta a ton of press (CNN!) and a hugely enthusiastic fan base. Now, the next incarnation of his series will narrow the scope to a specific Geek subset: video gaming! It will include some of the most interesting names in gaming right now, including Notch, Tim Schafer (heard of him), Gabe Newell, and Cliff Bleszinski. Phew, what a line-up. Backers can get their hands on a pack for a $15 pledge.