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Posted by Kyle Parisi 
Alternative to 100k
October 09, 2018 10:15PM
I used this site a long time ago for a part. I still like the idea but it doesn't look like anything has changed. I put up a fake landing page at https://buildapart.io. The only thing you can do is get notified. Sign up there so I can gauge how much interest there is and I'll start making it work.
Re: Alternative to 100k
October 31, 2018 01:06PM
Hey Kyle,

I signed up and I'd like to provide my CAD design services at resonable rates, and of course locate Fabbers near me for assistance in up and coming projects.

When do you think you'll get this launched?
Re: Alternative to 100k
October 31, 2018 08:59PM
Great to hear! I'm starting to see more interest and have decided to put more time into the site. I will keep you in the loop as I make progress.

Kyle
Re: Alternative to 100k
November 18, 2018 11:39AM
Made a small amount of progress setting up a blog: [buildapart.io]. User profiles next.
Re: Alternative to 100k
December 16, 2018 04:13PM
thanks. This site leaves a lot to be desired. I signed up on your site.
Re: Alternative to 100k
December 26, 2018 09:40AM
I tried to garner interest in the Maker economy several years ago by offering free space in a house I owned in central Tampa, but gave up after Tampa Hackers screwed me over by storing stuff taking everything they wanted including proceeds from garage sale and then badmouthing me.
I rented house for a few years but now its available and deciding whether to flip or try again.

Any thoughts? check it out -Horatio House
Re: Alternative to 100k
December 27, 2018 05:13PM
Thanks for signing up, still a work in progress. I'm only available to work on it in my free time. I just got branding logos added and functionality around projects is working. The ability to view projects in the community and communicate about the projects is on my todo list.

The maker space is working well in some cities. I know of one that does a gym membership and they've been growing pretty steadily. Not sure how you can get around the issues you mentioned.
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