With the release of An Unofficial Anecdotal History of Challenge Coins, this project is complete.
We won't be posting more updates, and we will not be using this mechanism to email you about any of the very interesting things we have coming. It's tempting, of course, but that's not what this is for.
Here is some final bookkeeping before we turn the lights off:
- If you have edits for the PDF, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you post them here they will likely get lost.
- The lights in here never actually go off. We can't stop anyone from posting, but at this point we're not checking for questions here. Got questions? Email email@example.com
- All inquiries about this project along with any other communication you want to have with Howard or Sandra should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for you patience with us on this last deliverable. We wanted to do it right, and for a year now I simply couldn't see what "right" looked like. Then, in a fit of anxiety, guilt, and deadline pressure, I COULD see what it looked like. It only took me about 20 hours of work to finish my part in this, but it took over a year for me to wrap my head around those 20 hours.
Thank you for your support, not only for helping us make neat things while feeding the family, but also for your support of the challenge coin tradition. We're humbled to have become a tiny part of it, and you should know that you, too, are now a part of it, writ in stamped brass all over the world.
--Howard and Sandra Tayler