Fourth Patron Results and Vote #5
Congratulations on unlocking wooden order tokens at $60k! We're now entering the final week of the campaign and we expect things to start really heating up as we race to the finish. Wooden engine components are up next so please help spread the word and let's see how far we can take this campaign - thank you all so much for your support!
Fourth Patron Voting Results
Results from the fourth regular Patron vote are in and we have a new winner! Sir George Stokes, in a landslide victory, will be joining Mary Anning, Michael Faraday, and The Lord Kelvin as the next backer-selected regular Patron included in Lovelace & Babbage.
Congratulations again to everyone who participated. Only two more votes remain so keep lobbying for your candidates! On that note...
Regular Patron Vote #5
Tonight, we present our next three luminaries for your consideration. Only one can win and only you decide! Portraits below are from the National Portrait Gallery in London including one rare image. As a reminder, voting will be open until 11pm on Wednesday with results announced in a subsequent update. Full rules are available in this update. And now, on to the candidates.Portraits below are from the National Portrait Gallery in London including one rare image.
Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861), abolitionist, child labor reformer, and poet, fought health issues her entire life, but achieved success through her prolific writing including the poem "How Do I Love Thee".
On To The Voting!
Here is the link to the fifth poll. Voting will remain open until 11pm (Eastern Time) on Saturday, October 20th. We'll announce the winners when we introduce the final round of candidates on Monday. Have fun!
Another Kickstarter Ending Today
Periodic is a strategy board game designed around the periodic table of elements. In Periodic, you strategically activate periodic trends (such as "increasing atomic mass") to move across the periodic table, collecting elements to score points. As you move across the board, you're also racing to end your turn in specific element groups, competing with opposing players to earn the limited bonus points! We love Genius and all their games so do go check out Periodic if you're looking for another science game to back.
Thank you, as always, for your support.