It’s only been a few days since we announced Every Point on the Map, but we’ve been asked quite a few very good questions.
These range from the, “Where are you going to start first?” types (geographical) to the “How are you going to decide who to interview?” (logistical) kind. Here are a few others we’ve encountered:
- How are you going to fund this project?
- Who have you contacted to publicize your work?
- What kind of documentation are you going to do (I like video best; or, I like photos best; or, you’re going to write, right??)?
- Could I ride with you during one of your trips?
- Are you going to write a book? Make an installment at a museum?
- What about passing along a gift from one stop to the next, kind of like geocaching, only different?
Holy Road Trip, Batman – we have some decisions to make, eh?
I will say that we’ve begun to sort many of these decisions out. For example, we’ll be rolling out a Kickstarter fundraising opportunity to bankroll our first year on Monday of next week. We’ve been working with Tree & Leaf designer Dusty Gilpin on our project logo. And, we’ll be introducing the project on Oklahoma Horizon TV and through other media or publication outlets as we are ready. I’ve even outlined various legs of the trip so we can be efficient, cover a good amount of ground, and locate places to spend the night from time to time if needed.
In other words, the answers to these questions are coming together, slowly but surely. And, we’ll cover each of them in individual posts as they are ready to share. But there is one we’re still mulling and we could quite frankly use your help. Here’s the deal… Continue reading “Every Point on the Map” – Fair Questions and the Nitty Gritty Details