Re: [videoblogging] Tangent, a crowdfunding experiment
- i will keep u in mind :)
On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 11:23 AM, Adam Quirk <quirk@...>wrote:
> Hey all,
> I just launched a new project called Tangent. It's a bit more coherent than
> things I've made in the past.
> It's a history series that shows how all things past, present, and future
> are related and reciprocal. The pilot episode shows how credit cards are
> related to the Pledge of Allegiance, Eisenhower, and the Interstate Highway
> The show is only half the news though. I'm also crowdfunding the production
> budget. I've split the show up into $10 shares, kept 51%, and am selling
> the other 49% to individual investors. These investors will potentially
> profit from any ad revenue or licensing fees the show makes over the next 2
> I've laid it out in fairly simple terms here:
> So if you have some extra loot lying around (and really who doesn't these
> days), I'd love your support. I'm going to be busting my ass to get this
> thing spread across the web, and glad-handing my way into as many
> distribution deals as possible. So it may actually be possible to make some
> money off this thing. No promises though.
> Also, if you have any press contacts that may be interested in this sort of
> crowdfunding/microfinancing story, please send them my way.
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