Blahman wrote on Jan 18, 2013, 20:30: The way I see it, Kickstarter is not a charity, it's a marketplace for consumers to invest directly in the development of products they are interested in, regardless of its current stage of development (leave it up to the consumers to vote with their wallets if they think its a worthy cause).
I agree - to a point. It would just be a shame to see those who really need it squeezed out by a plethora of people asking for money who don't need it. As I said before, perhaps they could break it down into sections or tiers or something to help people differentiate and choose.
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