Kickstarter receives Australian launch date: November 13

Kickstarter Australia

By on October 15, 2013 at 11:04 am

The previous news that Kickstarter would be officially launching in Australia was tempered by the vague release date of “soon”. Now, however, Kickstarter have revealed that Australian creators will be able to launch their Kickstarters on November 13.

Although you can begin putting together your Australian Kickstarter now, it won’t be able to launch before that date. Don’t let that stop you, however!

For more information on putting together a Kickstarter and how it will work, the company is holding “Kickstarter Schools” — in Melbourne on October 27, Brisbane on October 28, and Sydney on October 31 and November 1.

More details at the Kickstarter Australia page.

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If only kickstarters would give us free shipping and not just yanks :(

 

I’m thinking of launching one for this new idea I have.

I’m calling it “Super Sweet Fibre Internet In your House”

SSFIIYH

Catchy, right?

Basically we’ll being building a national fiber network to service 91% of households.

Any pledge of $5000 or more gets connected for free!

The first goal is $27bn.

who’s in?

 

Oh great! Now Australia can join the long list of designers and programmer who are really talent but lack most, if not all, the skill to manage, market, control and deliver their products in the manner promised, in the timeline promised, if at all.

Yay…

 
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