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I have the same problem and unfortunately advanced search/filters seems not available at the moment. It could be a good idea contact them and ask to implement such features, especially now that Kickstarter seems to grown a lot in popularity after Double Fine Adventure success and have a lot of new projects. Anyway, back to your question, the only unfiltered ...
Problem solved, no thanks to the canned response I got from Amazon. I had to create a new Amazon.com account (rather than a new Amazon Payments account, as the canned response told me to), then use that to sign into Amazon Payments.
Is there any way to see an unfiltered list? Not natively using HTTP tools provided by Kickstarter.com. The closest you can get from HTTP is using the filtered lists provided and creating an unsortable list by automatically listing all pages via 3rd party tools. These would scrape the HTML for xpath data using regex and append the resultant next X pages to ...
It is not possible to change your Vanity URL after setting it the first time.
It appears that "Kickstarer is hiding failures" and your issue may also be an intentended design choice.
Chris - however it is pretty easy to change the email associated with your KS account. So, assuming you are fine not keeping htethe backer history you have on the account you opened first, you could change the email associated with that account to either your son's email, or another email. Then you can open a new account tied to your preferred email. Any ...
You can track all new "Open Software" projects here: http://www.kickspy.com/browse/new/open-software There's no RSS option but you could can get the results emailed Daily or Weekly. Although if you want them Weekly I suggest using this list instead (since it shows all new projects over 7 days instead of 4 days in the browse list) ...
You can track open source projects by visiting the open source tag: http://www.kickstarter.com/discover/tags/open-source?ref=sidebar#p1 However, tracking via RSS does not work, at least not in Google Reader. There are RSS feed only for all projects or individual projects (see this link: http://www.kickstarter.com/help/faq/backer%20questions#ProfSett): ...
This might be a bit late but I had the same problem so I wrote an app to do this back in October 2012. I just got around to wrapping it in a website (Kickspy.com). For Example: Here are the latest Technology projects sorted by newest first I've also added personal project recommendations based on your Kickstarter profile. So if you have a Kickstarter ...
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