Kickstarter Isn’t A Store, But These People Still Want Their iPods

Consumerist

whereEarlier this year, Kickstarter made some changes to the way they deal with campaigns to fund new types of hardware. Most importantly, the product has to actually exist. But what happens when the Kickstarted project is obsolete before it even ships?

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