Ayesha and Zachary Reynolds, a married couple who live in Chattanooga, want to travel in a vintage Airstream trailer across the Southeast and help ten people improve their lives. They call their project Caravan of Change, and they're planning to create short films based on their journey. To raise funds for travel and filming costs, they've started a Kickstarter campaign.
An interview with Jason Griffey, creator of LibraryBox
In late June of 2013, Jason Griffey, a librarian at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, began a Kickstarter campaign for LibraryBox 2.0. LibraryBox is described as a device that can "share files with anyone, anywhere, off the internet, even off the power grid."
Working like a thumb drive with a wireless connection, LibraryBox can distribute files to anyone with a wi-fi capable device such as a tablet, smartphone, laptop, or personal computer.
With an initial goal of $3,000, the campaign ended on July 28th. LibraryBox made its $3,000 and then some.