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The Crowdfunding Revolution
Deep and intertwined in our humanity, is a need to support and feel involvement in the kinds of projects and companies which we care about. Until the recent crowdfunding phenomena emerged, our more centralized and intermediated capital formation and funding mechanisms scarcely recognized the social power of crowds which form affinities around any kind of mission. Crowdfund ...more
Paperback, 254 pages
Published November 5th 2010 by Createspace
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Very cursory glance at "crowdfunding," but hits some very good topics in an atempt to try and define this now source of capital. Majority of the book is focused on this is happen or this is the way of the future without too much practical information. I was really more impressed with the bibliography and think reading through the primary resources would yield a better understand.
A very interesting overview of the intellectual backdrop of, and framework for, crowdfunding. This book doesn't contain very many prescriptive details about using Kickstarter and Angel List, but I don't sense that was the intent of the author.