How weejee Works

When we built KmikeyM I modeled the voting system on shareholder resolutions, which usually present an argument and allow shareholders to vote “For” or “Against”. One of the differences we’ve discovered in being a publicly traded person has been the need for multiple choice questions. So we built weejee (well, to be fair, Aaron built it).

weejee, a name inspired by the Ouija board, allows for multiple choice questions. It’s also a platform designed to be used by more than one project or person. The way we built KmikeyM it can’t support multiple people being publicly traded, but with weejee we built in the idea of expanding.

The main feature of weejee that is different from a typical poll is that the people who vote have different levels of power, just like the shareholders of KmikeyM.

The first project on weejee was for Publicly Traded, Privately Held, the ghostwritten fanfic project. The influence the supporters of that project have is based on how much they gave to the Kickstarter campaign. But for K5M.B we pull data from, so shareholders have the same level of influence and we can ask multiple choice questions.

How To Use It

  1. Make sure you are logged in at
  2. Go to and select “Login” in the upper right
  3. Select the button that says “Sign In Via KmikeyM”
  4. Congrats! You’re logged in!
  5. Select “Profile” in the menu bar on the upper right
  6. Add your phone number
  7. Check one (or both) of the boxes for receiving alerts via text or email