I'm going to take a look at what was required to do the first trip. The idea of using these experiences to put a value on the power of my social capital is becoming more and more interesting to me. I think this is one way into it.
Lets group things under the following headings:
Kit (camera, phone, laptop etc)
Travel between cities
Travel within cities
Food & subsistence
I think there'll probably be a post for each of these – it's not as simple as adding up a list of numbers (even if I'd recorded things in any detail) but I think it will help in being more structured in keeping records next year.
I'm starting to look for cash sponsorship for next March's trip to cover those things that can't be received in kind as well as offers of other corporate support. If you know anyone who'd be interested in getting involved in this way, point them in my direction.Originally posted on Tuttle2Texas2
Thanks to a helpful man from the University and his blow torch and to Brian and his salt-sprinkling skills, the Centre will be open at least today, tomorrow and Wednesday this week
We’re happy to welcome anyone who’s unexpectedly in town and stuck because of the snow.
If you need somewhere to touch down, plug in, recharge, sup some coffee and maybe meet some new people, we’re at 16 Acton Street, WC1X 9NG very close to King’s Cross/St Pancras station and we’d love to see you.
I’m going to be here from 11am to 5pm but there may well be others in at other times too – call me on 07919182825 to check.
Originally posted on Centre for Creative Collaboration – blog
I'm the founder of the Tuttle Club and fascinated by organisation. I enjoy making social art and building communities, if you'd like some help from me feel free to e-mail me: Lloyd dot Davis at Gmail dot Com or call +44 (0)79191 82825