2014-10-10 2 min read



Mostly, I'm consumed with The Public Radio's Kickstarter. Last weekend I wrote a long piece on the economics of the project, which aimed to be as transparent as possible about our motivations and how we will handle our campaign's success. Check it out; it took a lot of time to write - and CNET says "it should be required reading for anyone who aspires to launching a new crowdfunding project."

Oh, also: I was *shocked* at how many of you clicked on the Eric Schmidt email rules thing. Possible that I oversold it?





Stuff that doesn't fit into my dumb/arbitrary categories.


Some cool analysis of the pronouns that Facebook users use,
by age ranges.

Love, Spencer.

ps - Thank you to everyone - especially my friends at Gin Lane, Undercurrent, and on twitter - who referred me to everything here.

We should be closer friends. Coffee's on me.

Spencer Wright
Spencer Wright
Spencer Wright is the (mostly accidental) founder of Scope of Work, which he started writing (as The Prepared) in 2013. Today he serves as its editor-in-chief and chief dilettante.
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