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Steve Conley interviews

Steve Conley 2021 Geoff Grogan Blockhead podcast May 11, 2021 https://geoffgrogan.com/2021/05/11/steve-conley-2021/ The Astounding Steve Conley drops by to talk about his latest Kickstarter;"Astounding Space Thrills: Undersea Menace from the Year 3200" and to share his secrets of Kickstarter success! Steve & Geoff talk comics and life in the days when the internet was young!  One of Geoff's favorite conversat...
Tags: Comics, Kickstarter, Steve, Geoff, Argosy, Mike Rhode, Bob Harrison, Steve Conley, Geoff Grogan Blockhead, Steve Geoff, Steve Conley Steve Conley, Geoff Grogan, SquadCast Interview, Argosy Smith, Buckaroo Banzaii, Amazon Steve


This Indoor Garden Will Feed You Greens Year-Round

Click & Grow 25 is the latest project by former orchestra conductor Mattias Lepp who felt that the idea of indoor gardens—essentially, a farmer’s market in a box—would be just the tool for staving off future food shortages. His company, founded in 2018, raised $11 million to develop new materials and hardware…Read more...
Tags: Science, Environment, Articles, Sustainability, Urban Agriculture, Kickstarter, Food And Drink, Environmentalism, Food Security, Natural Environment, Vertical Farming, Hospitality Recreation, Sustainable Food System, Mattias Lepp


This Replacement Bathtub Drain Is Like a Slap Chop for Hair Clogs

The only thing worse than a bathtub or shower drain that doesn’t actually drain is having to clean out the inevitable clog. The PressDrain promises to eliminate that awful chore once and for all with a pop-up mechanism that slices and dices long hair into smaller pieces so they easily wash away.Read more...
Tags: Science, Clothing, Bathtub, Culture, Kickstarter, Plumbing, Drain, Consumer Goods, Shower, Drāno, Clog, Drain Cleaner


It's Official: Mystery Science Theater 3000 Lives Again

Last month, when MST3K creator Joel Hodgson announced a Kickstarter to fund the cult-favorite show’s 13th season, I guaranteed it would get funded and make its third resurrection. But even I didn’t expect this.Read more...
Tags: Science, Kickstarter, Beaulieu, Kevin Murphy, Joel Hodgson, Jonah Ray, Mike Nelson, Bill Corbett, Trace Beaulieu, Yount, Baron Vaughn, Mystery Science Theater, Tom Servo, RiffTrax, Television Series, J Elvis Weinstein


Visual Basic 6 returns: You've been a good developer all year. You have social distanced, you have helped your mom. Here's your reward

(Almost) Why? Kickstarter and nostalgia of those who have forgotten the pain The beast is back... almost. A "100 per cent compatible Visual Basic 6 solution" has been promised to the backers of a Kickstarter. There is, however, no word on how much it would cost to ensure it stayed dead.…
Tags: Software, Kickstarter


You've been a good developer all year. You have social distanced, you have helped your mum. Your reward? The return of Visual Basic 6

(Almost.) Why? Kickstarter and nostalgia of those who have forgotten the pain The beast is back... almost. A "100 per cent compatible Visual Basic 6 solution" has been promised to the backers of a Kickstarter. There is, however, no word on how much it would cost to ensure it stayed dead.…
Tags: Software, Kickstarter


Why You Should Use a Physical Key to Sign Into Your Accounts

The benefits of two-factor authentication (2FA) are clear: A person trying to get into your accounts will need something else besides your username and password, which makes it more difficult to hack you. That something else is often a code sent via SMS or through an app, but there’s another option: a physical…Read more...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Science, Microsoft, Ebay, Cryptography, Dropbox, Kickstarter, Nintendo, Twitch, Dashlane, Trello, Computer Security, Yubico, Google Account, Yubikey


Funding Friday: Beach Lovers: A NYC Summer Love Story

One of the many things I love about Kickstarter is when a friend backs a project, I am alerted. My friend Kirk went on a binge yesterday and backed a half dozen photo book projects and I followed him on that binge. I thought I’d blog about one of the projects we backed today. NYC is many things, and one of them is a beach town. In the summer, the beaches of south Brooklyn and Queens (Rockaway) fill up with NYers of all ages and ethnicities. It is like the subway, a total melting pot. Th...
Tags: Crowdfunding, NYC, Trends, Brooklyn, Kickstarter, Kirk, Union Square, Queens Rockaway, David Gabeau


Maotoam, Support MacBook avec Hub USB-C 13 Ports (video)

Source : Maotoam, Support MacBook avec Hub USB-C 13 Ports (video) MaxiApple.com Plutôt que de proposer un hub USB-C filaire indépendant, Maotoam l’a intégré dans son support pliable en aluminium pour MacBook Pro et autres ordinateurs portables dotés d’un seul connecteur USB-C. Maotoam, support hub USB-C 13 ports MacBook Pro Au-delà de son design compact, pliable et ajustable permettant de travailler confortablement sur un ordinateur portable, le […] The post Maotoam, Support MacBook avec Hub ...
Tags: Amazon, Mac, Support, Seo, Macbook, Kickstarter, Macbook Pro, Accessoires, Hub, Chargeur, Maotoam Support MacBook


Hacking my way into analytics: A creative’s journey to design with data

Sydney Anh Mai Contributor Sydney Anh Mai is an award-winning product designer at Kickstarter. Her work has appeared on The Verge, Design Weekly and Core 77. Growing up, did you ever wonder how many chairs you’d have to stack to reach the sky? No? I guess that’s just me then. As a child, I always asked a lot of “how many/much” questions. Some were legitimate (“How much is 1 USD in VND?”); some were absurd (“How tall is the sky and can it be measured in chairs?”...
Tags: Startups, Column, Developer, Tech, Analytics, Kickstarter, Business Intelligence, Data Management, Database, Data Analysis, Data Tools, EC Column, Sydney Anh Mai Contributor Sydney Anh Mai


Exclusive: Preview of Eric Powell's forthcoming Ed Gein graphic novel

I recently binge-read Eric Powell's wonderful comic book series, The Goon, and instantly became a fan. So, I was thrilled when his publicist reached out to offer Boing Boing an exclusive peek at Eric and Harold Schechter's next project, a graphic novel about Ed Gein. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Graphic Novels, Kickstarter, Eric, Ed Gein, Harold Schechter, Eric Powell, Serial Killers, The 1950s


You Can Finally Buy the Flatcat That Looks Like Someone Turned Roadkill Into a Robotic Pet

Does a robotic pet have to look and behave exactly like a real dog or cat to entice its owners to interact with it? With the Aibo Sony seems to think so, but the creators of the flatcat disagree. First revealed a couple of months ago, the robotic roadkill is finally available for sale through Kickstarter, but like any…Read more...
Tags: Science, Robots, Kickstarter, Robotics, Anki, Human Interest, Aibo, Technology Internet, Ace The Bat Hound, Flatcat, Aibo Sony


Get high and fight gentrification with the new kung fu adventure STONED MASTER

Back in November, I shared a Kickstarter for Aubrey Sitterson's "Leftist Himbo" comic book Beef Bros (which I just got my copy of!). Now Sitterson is back with a new comic project he describes as "Kung Fu Hustle meets Pineapple Express. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Comics, News, Comic Books, Weed, Marijuana, Kung Fu, Kickstarter, Kung Fu Hustle, Gentrification, Legalized Marijuana, 420, Stoned People, Stoner, Kickstarters, Stoners


New line of action figures for psychedelic 60s cult TV show "The Prisoner"

A beautiful officially-licensed line of action figures for Patrick McGoohan's ground-breaking 1967 TV show The Prisoner? Here, take my money!Image: Screengra
Tags: Post, Video, News, Kickstarter, Action Figures, Patrick McGoohan, The Prisoner, The 1960s


Geometric projection candle holders are super cool

If you are into candles and Sacred Geometry, you will love these candle holders. The candle flame will create stereographic projections onto the surface they sit upon, in the patterns of Flower of Life, Metatron's Cube, and the Fibonacci Sequence. These are creations of computational designer and artist Greg Blanpied, whose Kickstarter campaign successfully reached its goal. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Kickstarter, Candles, Cool Stuff, Sacred Geometry, Flower of Life Metatron, Greg Blanpied


Cardlax, Machine à Laver pour Écouteurs AirPods (video)

Source : Cardlax, Machine à Laver pour Écouteurs AirPods (video) MaxiApple.com Aussi insolite que cela puisse paraître, Cardlax EarBuds Washer est une véritable mini machine à laver les AirPods, AirPods Pro et tous écouteurs sans fil, peu importe la marque ou le design… Cardlax, machine à laver les écouteurs AirPods Fabriqué par l’entreprise californienne Cardlax, EarBuds Washer est la première mini machine à laver conçue pour […] The post Cardlax, Machine à Laver pour Écouteurs AirPods (vide...
Tags: Iphone, Amazon, Seo, Kickstarter, Accessoires, Laver, AirPods, Ecouteurs, Cardlax, Cardlax Machine


Radiant Black Teases a Big New Reveal For Its Most Mysterious Foe

Radiant Black has been one of the most interesting superhero comics of 2021 so far, giving us an exciting spin on the masked superhero tropes writer Kyle Higgins previously examined in his work on the official Power Rangers comic. But big heroes need big stakes—and we’ve got a look at some big mystery comic to the…Read more...
Tags: Comics, Science, Marvel, David, Kickstarter, Power Rangers, Black, Michael, Spider Man, Erica, Inferno, Radiant, Busuttil, Marcelo Costa, Kyle Higgins, Eria


David Miller's Kickstarter for a Star Trek animated fan film

 Dave Miller is a Virginia cartoonist, and he's funding a new animated film...  Star Trek: AMAZONS An animated Star Trek fan film featuring an all-woman science survey crew.https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/davidmillerstudios/star-trek-amazons# [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Virginia, Kickstarter, David Miller, Dave Miller, Mike Rhode


Los Angeles developer Rick Caruso to accept bitcoin as rent

Billionaire Rick Caruso plans to roll out a variety of cryptocurrency programs for consumers, including a customer reward option as well as the ability to pay rent with bitcoin.
Tags: Technology, California, Los Angeles, Radio, Kickstarter, Americana, Armie Hammer, Rentals, Gemini, The Grove, Winklevoss Twins, Markets & Economy, Select, Tyler Winklevoss, Cameron Winklevoss, Rick Caruso


Mystery Science Theater 3000 is back on Kickstarter

I never got around to watching the latest iteration of MST3K on Netflix, but I have fond memories of the original, insanely low-budget series and subsequent film. In 2019, Netflix, as Netflix does to so many of the projects they air, kicked MST3k to the curb. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Netflix, Kickstarter, Mystery Science Theater 3000, Cult Classics, Terrible movies


‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ Kickstarter Campaign Returns to Fund New Episodes and Virtual Theater

In 2015, Mystery Science Theater 3000 creator Joel Hodgson launched a Kickstater campaign to bring back MST3K – and broke records in the process. The campaign resulted in the highest amount ever raised for a video project on Kickstarter, and Netflix eventually came in and picked up the revival. Netflix brought the series back for two new seasons, but like the other versions of the show before it, the Netflix MST3K was canceled. Now, Hodgson wants to try this again, so he’s launching a new Kicks...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Netflix, Kickstarter, Hodgson, Minneapolis Minnesota, Joel Hodgson, Sci Fi Channel, Mystery Science Theater 3000, A V Club Hodgson


Mystery Science Theater 3000 Relaunch Campaign Begins

Mystery Science Theater 3000 relaunch campaign begins For more than 30 years, the award-winning comedy television series Mystery Science Theater 3000 has been known as one of the best cult TV shows in history. The story of human hosts and their robot sidekicks trapped aboard a satellite and forced to watch cheesy movies by their captors, MST3K has maintained its reputation thanks largely to its devoted fan base, known as MSTies. In 2017 the show returned after an 18-year hiatus thanks to a re...
Tags: Horror, Movies, Joel Hodgson, Movie News, Mystery Science Theater 3000


Mystery Science Theater 3000 Is Coming Back—Again

In 1997, Mike Nelson and his robot friends, Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot, watched a bad sci-fi film called The Thing That Couldn’t Die. We might as well rename the beloved TV series Mystery Series Theater 3000 with the same title, because the fan-favorite show looks like it’s almost certainly going to be resurrected…Read more...
Tags: Science, Kickstarter, Joel Hodgson, Mike Nelson, Mystery Science Theater, Tom Servo, Television Series, Jim Mallon, Crow T Robot, Creative Works, English Language Films, American Television Series, Entertainment Culture, Best Brains, Mystery Series Theater


‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ Launches New Kickstarter Campaign for More Episodes, Online Distribution Platform

“Mystery Science Theater 3000” could be coming back again…again. Series creator Joel Hodgson announced Wednesday that the show has launched a new Kickstarter campaign to create a new, independent season of the series. The current goal is to raise at least $2 million to create new episodes of the beloved cult show and what Hodgson […]
Tags: News, Kickstarter, Hodgson, Joel Hodgson, Mystery Science Theater 3000


Meet a Local Comics Writer: A Chat with Matt Kund

by Mike Rhode Recently I went to my first comics signing since the pandemic started. Matt Kund and Brett Murphy were at Fantom Comics on Dupont Circle for a few hours. I chatted briefly, bought their comics, took a couple of photos, and asked them for an interview. Here's Matt answering our usual questions. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE ...
Tags: Comics, Maryland, Interview, Washington, Marvel, Kickstarter, Dc, Art Gallery, North Carolina, National Portrait Gallery, Joe, Jeff Lemire, Dupont Circle, Matt, Calibri, Mike Zeck


How One Knife-Maker Uses Tech to Reimagine His Craft

Joe Caswell’s knife-making process starts with popsicle sticks, and his latest knife, called the Provoke, looks like something out of a Klingon fever dream. He based the design on an Indonesian karambit, a work knife curved like a talon. His idea? To allow users to flip the utility knife open with one hand using a…Read more...
Tags: Tools, Science, Knife, Kickstarter, Knives, Weapons, Blade, SwitchBlade, Columbia River Knife Tool, Lithics, Utility Knife, Pocket Knives, Joe Caswell, Blade Weapons, His Craft Joe Caswell, Personal Weapons


This Soap Bottle Is Made of Soap and Also Dispenses Soap

I’m always trying to reduce the amount of plastic I throw away, and this new Kickstarter project’s clever solution, which uses soap to create a multi-purpose, zero-waste container, has me intrigued. Read more...
Tags: Tools, Science, Equipment, Kickstarter, Packaging, Containers, Bottles, Soaps, Beer Bottle, Jonna Breitenhuber, Dispensers, Plastic Container, Soap Dispenser, Waste Minimisation, Bottle Cap


The Alien on Stage Documentary Is Pure Sci-Fi Joy

In 2019, a New Jersey high school made national news when it put on a stage production of Ridley Scott’s 1979 sci-fi horror masterpiece Alien. The production even got the attention of Ripley herself, Sigourney Weaver. It was a huge deal because everyone had the exact same thought: “How the hell do you turn Alien into…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, New Jersey, Kickstarter, Sigourney Weaver, Ridley Scott, Alien, Star Trek Beyond, Ripley, West End Theatre, Creative Works, English Language Films, Entertainment Culture, The 2021 Sxsw Film Festival, Alien On Stage, Danielle Kummer


Designtly removes the headaches and mistakes of building a Shopify store by doing it for you

TLDR: Designtly uses all their Shopify knowledge to create and make sure your new Shopify online storefront is up and running, then teaches you how to run it on your own.  Did you know there is a company that sells boxer briefs for women? You may not have heard of TomboyX when they got started making less girly clothing designs for women with $76,000 in Kickstarter seed funding back in 2013, but their little Shopify store has tripled in sales since. How did they do it? Well, that’s the real secr...
Tags: Startups, Kickstarter, Offers, Shopify


Security module available in pHAT kit for Raspberry Pi and Jetson

Zymbit has launched an “HSM4” security module for embedded Linux systems that is available in a $125 HAT kit that supports Pi and Jetson boards. An upcoming “HSM6” module adds cryptocurrency support. Zymbit has announced a follow-on to its Zymkey4 and other Zymkey security modules dating back to the original, Kickstarter launched ZymKey we covered […]
Tags: Kickstarter, Linux, Jetson, Zymbit, Zymkey