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$1,585
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72
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Funding Unsuccessful
The project's funding goal was not reached on Mon, October 13 2014 7:46 PM UTC +00:00
$1,585
pledged of $20,000pledged of $20,000 goal
72
backers
Funding Unsuccessful
The project's funding goal was not reached on Mon, October 13 2014 7:46 PM UTC +00:00

What an exciting start to the week!

Posted by Mari and Linda L. Johannessen (Creator)
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We have now been featured in 4 Norwegian newspapers! We want to give them all a big thanks for reaching out and writing about us, we appreciate it so much. 

To our Norwegian backers - you can read the articles here: 

http://www.kvinnheringen.no/nyhende/article7598173.ece
http://www.vest24.no/nyheter/article7598409.ece (also posted on BA.no)
http://www.sunnhordland.no/article/20140918/NYHENDE/140919744

We have now also reached over $1000 and over 40 backers. Thanks for both backing us and sharing, people! You are all awesome. 

Staff Pick, Journalists and Investors

Posted by Mari and Linda L. Johannessen (Creator)
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People are loving the idea of authenpic!

We're so happy to be staff pick here at Kickstarter! We've also been contacted by a couple of news papers, and we have an investor interested. So "all" we need now is more backers, and this is where you can help us! Join in, and spread the love! Remember, you do get the product when you back us. You get your very own 24 images film roll - fully developed and delivered.  

Norway is added as a delivery country!

Posted by Mari and Linda L. Johannessen (Creator)
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We're so happy to tell you that we now can deliver photos to Norway as well! We've been talking to our print partner, and they promised us that they would expand to Norway within a couple of months. Just in time for releasing our app!

Some people are wondering why we want $20,000 "for an app"..

Posted by Mari and Linda L. Johannessen (Creator)

The reason is quite simple: We give all our backers their money worth in products

Then we have to get the money for developing the app from the small profit margin that we've set on the pricing. We're not getting any salary or stuff like that. We're not doing this for the money (although, money is nice) - but because we really believe in this idea.  

With the cost of production of images, the fees from Kickstarter and Amazon, we're left with just enough money to cover our basic developing costs. But it also tells us that people like this idea, and thinks that 24 real images from their life is worth $10. 

Linda & Mari :)