About this project
Can Throwaway make it to the final furlong? only a few hours to go and just a short head short of $16K......
help us to....
*COMPLETE THE DEVELOPMENT OF JOYCEWAYS by BLOOMSDAY
*MARKET JOYCEWAYS TO EVERY JOYCEAN AND NOT-YET-JOYCEAN OUT THERE.
*BEGIN PHASE II -- JOYCEWAYS FOR ANDROID
Not all our fabulous awards are gone..... Choose your one now!
And THANKS EVERYONE. See you at the launch on June 14--Joe, Louie, Logan, Robert, Eileen, Tomas and everyone who helped us along the way
Remember that it's all about....
...the research, the mapping, the quotations—the fun parts. We've got amazing support: Frank Delaney, "the most eloquent man in the world," will read quotations and explanations. Senator David Norris presents (performs actually!) a whole ten minutes from the book. All this, arranged in six chapters from "Ulysses," containing 100+ locations across Dublin.
We want everyone to have a taste of the brilliance that is Joyce. With Professor Nugent's guidance, we've made each Point of Interest colorful, quirky, and crammed full of fascinating facts.
Totally new to Joyce? Terrified of "Ulysses"? We all were at some point! Try starting with our friendly "Lestrygonians" route or pick out some spots from the "Dubliners" short-story map. And after a few hours' stroll, unwind with our other innovation: "Joyce Pubs." We've selected the 15 most lively taverns from Joyce's works, added quotes and contemporary posters—even rated them for authenticity!
We've loads of contemporary photographs that the fine people at the National Photographic Archive in Ireland are lending us. Have a look below. And check out some of the dozens of contemporary cartoons and newspaper clippings we've dug up for you.
As you can see, we've put all our (ahem...) creative genius to work on the interface. Below are some mock-ups of the home and menu pages as we imagine them. We're ready to send it off to the developers....
...of our newest incentives—signed pages from Rob Berry's Ulysses "Seen" and original sketches from his "Dubliners" series!
It's modeled after the handwriting of James Joyce himself!
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