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Jason Scott isn't the only Kickstarter user showing up on Apple II users' radars. Another project, one designed to fund a recurrence and propagation of a glitch-based conference held last year in Chicago, has a tangential connection to the Apple II.
An integral component of Kickstarter are the incentives that projects offer their backers — a physical reward or honored acknowledgement of each person's financial support. For the Glitch project, Melissa Barron — KansasFest alumna, exhibit hall award recipient, and Juiced.GS contributor — has donated two of her famous glitch weavings, produced on a Jacquard loom. For the same price you paid for your Apple-1, you can support the cause and receive your own tapestry. Only two were originally offered, with one already spoken for at the time of this posting, so get yours today! The project ends the evening of Tuesday, September 27.
(Hat tip to Daniel Kruszyna)