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Machupicchu Archives - The Wonders Expedition™ - @Archeoastronomy

April 24, 2019

Dave Taylor Interview About Our Kickstarter Campaign

My friend, Dave Taylor, from Colorado, interviewed me today about the Kickstater campaign and asked some great questions about what we’re working toward, why Machu Picchu, and what makes Interactive Books so special.

Dave also has backed the effort so we want to doubly thank him for his generosity and support.

Dave Taylor Interview About Interactive Books for the iPad

 

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Join Our Kickstarter.com Campaign For An Interactive Book for the iPad on Machu Picchu

We are going to build one of the first, coolest and most advanced Interactive Books for the iPad on Machu Picchu and we are asking for your help to do it through a campaign we’ve just launched on Kickstarter.com.

Machu Picchu in Peru, by David Hart

The details of the campaign are on Kickstarter.com but it’s on these pages of The Wonders Expedition where even the process of raising funds for the expedition are going to come alive and be interactive.

WE ARE ASKING FOR YOUR HELP!

Please, jump over to Kickstarter.com after reading this short post and find out the particulars about the campaign, like how much we’re trying to raise ($57,766) and why (to create the coolest Interactive Book for the iPad yet!) and then help support our effort.  Once you’ve done that, please come back and stay engaged in the process.  Let us know you’ve made the contribution!

Send @Archeoastronomy on Twitter a message saying you’re part of the team!

Add a status update to your Facebook wallsaying you’re in and you don’t want your friends to be left behind!

Are you a TWE Backer on Kickstarter? Here's your chance!

And write your friends, family, colleagues, fellow students, etc. and tell them that you’re a part of something global and you want them to be, too.

Kickstarter.com is a crowd source fund-raising sites for startups and for cool projects like putting an expedition together 100 years after the site was first “re-discovered” and telling the story about it 100 years later with the advancement of technology that the Incas never could have imagined in 1438 when they started building it high in the Andes in Peru.

Oh, and don’t forget you can also add a badge to your Facebook wall, your emails and even your own blog site.

Interactive Question

If you were going to Machu Picchu, what would you want to know or see the most? Have you already been there and want to share photos?  Let us know!  This is what’s going to make this an incredibly fun and interactive project for everyone interested no matter where they are in the world.  And that’s what The Wonders Expedition is all about!

Once again, here’s the link! 

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Two llama overlooking the tourists at Machu Picchu in Peru

So, along the lines of, “A llama walks into a bar,” here are two llama overlooking Machu Picchu in Peru

It just begs a funny cutline, caption or quote.

“There goes the neighborhood….”

“I remember when …”

“If only ….”

Or, “There were two llama overlooking the tourists at Machu Picchu in Peru…. ”

PHOTO CREDIT

The photo was taken by Dr. Mark Van Stone who visited Machu Picchu back in January of 2011.  We’ve received dozens of photos from him about this incredible site, but this one just jumped out at us.  We want to have a serious site, but there are times, too, when it just makes sense to let one’s hair down a little.

So if you could write a caption for this photo, what would you say?

WIN A $25 iTUNES GIFTCARD

We’ll give a $25 iTunes gift card to the person who can come up with the funniest caption or comment.  (No profanity or vulgarity here).  We’ll leave the contest open until Saturday, March 10, 2012, at 5 p.m. CST.

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