Signing & Shipping Update
Backers: if you have questions about your surveys or order status, please post them here: https://change-is-good.backerkit.com/faq#contact-us
This is Change is Good this Friday. That sea of paper Erik is scratching... Read more
Three Days Left + Stretch Goal Unlocked: Hand Printed Posters
Only three days left! Wow! What a ride. We're deeply grateful for your support.
Please take one minute and let your friends know about Change Is Good before it's too late...... Read more
Louis Kickstarter Live TODAY
Join Louis Rossetto, co-founder of Wired and author of Change Is Good, for a Kickstarter Live today!
12 noon PST, San Francisco
3PM EST, New York
9PM CEST, Berlin
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Important Updates & Note from Louis
We're super close to unlocking the Change Is Good poster at $150k!!! Please share the campaign with friends. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter.
Louis will be doing a ... Read more
Live Chat With Erik In Two Hours
We're going live in two hours!
Noon – San Francisco
3PM – New York
9PM – Berlin
Erik will be sharing details on the making of the physical Change Is... Read more
Book #1 and Erik's Kickstarter Live
For our friends in Houston, our thoughts are with you. Please let us know if there's anything we can do to help you. For our backers, please consider donating to... Read more
Stretch Goals & Continuation Series
You have blown our minds!
In less than two weeks, you've helped us sell out of the first 1,000 copies of Change Is Good! While we always hoped we'd get... Read more
Change Is Good Excerpt & Interviews
Yesterday was one of our best days so far.
Many thanks to John Gruber at Daring Fireball for posting Om Malik's interview of Louis. We're big fans of John and... Read more
Ordering Multiple Books
Many of you have asked about getting multiple books for your collection or as gifts.
Starting TODAY, you can grab additional copies (up to five per person). Here's how...
If... Read more
Wow! Thank You
Yesterday was amazing!
I literally had no idea how the start of our Kickstarter would go. Or rather, I feared the worst, that no one would show up. Felt the... Read more