Just dreaming up some ideas for the kickstarter prizes.
Prizes where something is sent to you
- Something made with a makerbot
- Internet Archive has a lot of swag like Hats, Shirts, Glasses.
- Single issues of low-value but interesting vintage computing/hacking/electronics/science magazines
- Physical personalized IA "library cards"
- Old HDs from real petaboxes signed by Brewster and the rest of the board. We have tons of older 40-500GB drives laying here as well as stacks and stacks in RWC that are just chilling and don't have a use.
- Books from the IA bookmobile printing thing
- We could make ArchiveTeam Stickers? @KevinSavetz knows a guy who'll print 'em for free. (But first class mail to ship 'em ain't free.)
Prizes of a more Ethereal nature
- Phone call with person of prominence
- Tutorial/instruction/Q&A with person
- Thank you name drop from person on Youtube video
Prizes where "you have to travel to get them"
- Tour of the Internet Archive
- Dinner with people
Actually Offered Prizes
- Robb Sherwin has offered 10 hard copies of his game "Fallacy of Dawn".
- Leonard Richardson has offered a tutorial of how to use Beautiful Soup
- Leonard Richardson has offered copies of his novel Constellation Games
- @KevinSavetz offered Kindle version of Best Of Creative Computing Volume 3 (maybe earlier volumes too. Still working on 'em)
Prizes that are not destined to happen:
- Name a server at the IA (IA is not into that sort of thing.)