The Micro has killed it on Kickstarter, blowing past it's initial $50,000 goal and cruising past $1 million with nearly a month left. It just goes to show that plenty of folks are into the idea of 3D printing, but not so into the idea of dumping a grand or more into a new and difficult-to-understand technology. There are only a few spots left in line, so if you want to get your Micro by the time they start shipping in August 2014, you better hop to it.
Evan Scott Schwartz is the Tech editor for Supercompressor. His iMac was blue, and he misses it dearly.