Shut up and make the hits—Kickstarter's best projects are back with a twist

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Kickstarter is bringing back some of its greatest hits.

From music scientifically tailored to cats’ ears to a radio in a Mason jar to wooden robots that teach kids to code, the crowdfunding company has selected 65 of its most notable creators to reprise their campaigns with new versions, accessories, or other updates of their original output. 

The push is called Kickstarter Gold and it will last through the end of the next month. Each artist, designer, musician, or entrepreneur was chosen by the company’s curation team based on their funding success and the novelty of their product.

The goal is to remind people to think of Kickstarter as more than just a one-and-done deal; it’s possible to build a business or creative endeavor around coming back again and again to update your work or spin off new creations, the company contends.  Read more…

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