So you guys have had problems. There are customers out there who are concerned. But you have had to try a number different approaches, and many of them are focused around managing expectations. I don’t envy your jobs, @Rob and @JulioMiles , but then again, I kinda do.
You have created a huge thing, a thing that stared as an idea and you made it into a real thing that a lot of people feel strongly about. In creating a socially funded company, you have had amazing experiences that we spectators and backers are unlikely to have.
As whiny folks like me clamor for shipping details, it would be a delightful lagniappe to hear what you are going through. What is it like to have to staff up? To manufacture something and have it blow up. To fuss with technology partners who process backer payments. I may be in the minority, but I know there are a few of us out there that would love to live vicariously through your entrepreneurial adventure. This is what draws me to crowdfunding activities.
So this is an appeal to tell us what is going on. The problems are interesting. What problems,l even boring day to day ones, are you hitting? Not because we are whiny folk, but because a few of us would like to go on this ride with you. It’s not about ship dates, it’s about this adventure. Blog that!