Toni Feder’s report on crowdfunding in the April 2013 issue of Physics Today (page 23) was excellent. I thought I should pass along one correction though. While Matthew Inman was certainly pivotal in raising money to help purchase Nikola Tesla’s last laboratory, Wardenclyffe, he himself did not purchase the lab. He assisted the Tesla Science Center, which has been working diligently on the project since 1996. I’ve had the pleasure of working with the board of the organization, and the members are truly dedicated to preserving a piece of science history. You can read more about the project’s history at