When you hear the word "Kickstarter," you probably think of campaigns asking for your money. This time, though, the crowdfunding website is using its own money to fund a project: one that aims to discover why Zano mini-drone, the most-funded campaign in Europe, failed to deliver. The company has hired an investigative journalist named Mark Harris, who has written for various publications such as MIT Technology Review and Scientific American, to look into what went wrong with project. If you recall, Zano's CEO suddenly resigned in November, leaving backers out in the cold. Prior to that, the campaign promised a tiny, cheap drone that can be used for aerial photography, and people liked it so much, it raised over $3 million.