95 Merrion Square Articles: All formats
Hello to you all,
Here is a link to the finished outcome of our experiment in public inquiry. Although the original plan called for a single article, we actually have three.
The link below takes you to a shared Dropbox folder. It contains the articles compiled as a PDF, as a Kindle file, as a epub and (a bit roughly) as a rich text format rtf file.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/08upn0isok9p58l/f_LNCsECWm/Apothocaries Hall- 95 Merrion Sq
Thank you all for your support.
Sigh. See my email below.
Hello all again.
As pointed out, asking for people to email me and not including an email is not the most constructive message.
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Thanks for your patience.
New site: www.95merrionsq.com
Just an update on progress.
Gerard expects to have your article ready to travel out to you next week. If you'd like to recieve it in a format other than plain text (in Apple ibook or Kindle .mobi, for example. Or even a pdf, if you prefer) please email me before Monday with your preference.
In the meantime, if you go to http://www.95merrionsq.com, you'll find the special site for backers as promised. In the next few days I'll be posting up lots of historical (and also, more recent) documents. If any post asks for a password try HeldHostage45
Enjoy, and I look forward to hearing from you with your reading format of choice.
No 95 Merrion Sq research underway
I've been speaking to Gerard. Although we still have seven days to run on the fundit campaign, he hasn't been letting the grass grow under his feet. He's been up to the Registry of Deeds, looking up the owner of the building, and has a good lead.
I'm also trying to follow up on my own queries.
My plan is to make the docs and records found available to funders via a passworded site. If anyone has a really easy and attractive way of doing that, let me know.
Thank you all so much. I understand we're in the running for having broken the record for the fastest funded project ever here.
I've already been bugging poor old Gerard, who will be back on Monday to me when he has dug himself out of the snowdrift of papers, links and photos I have dropped on him.
Thank you all very much again.
And isn't the model an interesting one, too?
Just over half-way
Thank you all very much.
If you want to follow me during the week where I'll be coming up with some extra bits and pieces on Apothocaries Hall, I'm Tupp_ed on Twitter.