Internet of Words :: T Minus Seven Days

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Finally, it’s a week to go. I’ve been working incredibly hard since the last time we spoke getting the back end of the site to a decent state, ready to receive the upcoming dump of data. The last of the tier rewards are now being produced and will be on their way shortly, so I can finally get pictures into the Patreon site. If you’re following the IoW Feed on Twitter there will be an opportunity to snag some exclusive prizes starting on Sunday, but for now there’s been a subtle but obvious increase in advertising. I’d like to thank the new people joining me on the journey, and hope I can make you think as well as have some fun along the way.

For now, you’ll be seeing a daily countdown on the Twitter feed and an introduction to the discussion topics around words and how the Internet uses them. Once we get to Monday, expect everything to go into Serious Mode as the Patreon will be open for Twitter followers. Before that, we’ll be running through the rewards available, what you can ask me to do for you (and yes, there will be individually produced content) providing a flavour of the first Book of the Month plus discussions arising. More significantly for some of you, there may also be an AMA for Launch day…

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Thank you again for joining me, and may this be the beginning of a fruitful and entertaining relationship… 😀

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Having taken a week off to undergo important surgery, I’m back today to start the countdown to the Internet of Words ‘going public.’ It is genuinely exciting looking at the journey ahead, and in the next week we’ll be giving more details on the tiers and rewards available via Patreon, what extras you can expect to be rewarded with for participating, and how to prepare for the following months of discussion and content.

For now, here’s a quick reminder that content has already begun on the @InternetOfWords Twitter account (which includes a Haiku every day at 7am and Micropoetry at 5pm BST) which will extend this week to include suggested videos and ‘extra content’ around our first Book of the Month choice, ‘Ways of Seeing’ by John Berger. If you’d like to read more about how the project will work, please see this blog post for the outline and further details.

This week will also see dedicated pages for the IoW ‘portal’ and the current Blogging 4 Noobs project be established and taken up to date. There should be no interruptions to current site operation, but if (for any reason) the site needs to go down, we’ll give you plenty of advanced warning. For now, sit back and get comfortable, as the structure of the project is effectively constructed around you.