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RDTN.org is looking to deploy a network of radiation detection devices to the affected regions in Japan. Read more

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This project was successfully funded on May 7, 2011.

RDTN.org is looking to deploy a network of radiation detection devices to the affected regions in Japan.

Tokyo, Japan Hardware
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Thank You Cards

We've been thinking a lot about the thank you cards that we're going to send out to all the folks who have donated $10 or more.

We wanted to make it more functional than just a thank you card. Something that you'll use and keep while being reminded about how awesome you are for donating to our project.

And we also wanted to remain true to the integrity of Kickstarter and its rules.

So we're still sending you a thank you card.

It's just going to be in the shape of a Field Notes book. We will be stamping our (yet unreleased) Safecast logo along with a thank you message on each Field Notes book. Everyone who donates $10 or more will receive one (1) Field Notes book with our logo and thank you message.

It's our way of saying thank you and inspiring you to fill it up - with data, notes, scientific analysis or to-do lists, whatever you fancy.

So thank you. And happy Field Noting!



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    1. Creator Bryan Booy on May 14, 2011

      ARWE, a rad design agency here in California, gave me a branded Field Notes memo book a few months ago. I use it all the time! I can't wait to get a RDTN.org version.

    2. Creator Danielle Bauer on May 9, 2011

      Great idea! :)

    3. Creator Lisa Savage on April 30, 2011

      Thanks. Please link back to my message of support for people around Fukushima here: http://went2thebridge.blogspot.com/2011/03/terrible-things-to-share.html

    4. Creator Brandy Suppi on April 29, 2011

      VERY VERY VERY COOL!

    5. Creator Tara Tiger Brown on April 27, 2011

      Very cool. Me likey.

    6. Creator Lewis Shadoff on April 26, 2011

      This is a most generous thank you! I am a scientist (Ph.D. Chemist), and WILL use the book.

      I wish you the best of fortune in your endeavor.