Material (bibliographies, tables, research notes, deleted text, etc.) which didn’t fit into a gazette article but which the author thought was worth making publicly available. Like the extras on a DVD.
This Appendix explains, in more detail, how I came up with the estimates for the number of books in Grantville as explained in my article, “My Name Is Legion: Copying the Books of Grantville.” It also includes additional information about some of the copying technologies.
This Supplement provides material which, for space reasons, wouldn’t fit in my Mineral Mastery article in Grantville Gazette 23. Don’t expect it to make much sense without reading the article!
This FAQ supplements my 1632 Slushpile article, “In Vitro Veritas”. IVF concentrates on up-time techniques which might be feasible in 1632, while this FAQ is more concerned with what is already going on down-time. However, there is some overlap with respect to types of glass and uses of glass. If you find this FAQ of interest, be sure to read “In Vitro Veritas”.
The transportation infrastructure consists of the actual transportation network (roads, rivers, canals, rail tracks, pipelines), and the service facilities at the various nodes (stations, ports, etc.)
There were some tidbits which I couldn’t fit into the main article (“Saddling the Iron Horse,” Grantville Gazette 7), but I thought I should preserve for reference purposes. I have grouped the information according to the headings in the Iron Horse article. Please note that this Addendum is going to seem very disjointed to anyone who has not read the main article recently.
This is an addendum to my gazette 8 article, “Aluminum: Will of the Wisp?” In essence, it consists of stuff I thought interesting but which for one reason or another I couldn’t fit into the article. Rather than deprive my fellow barflies of the information, I am posting it here.
Roadbuilding Addendum by Iver P. Cooper These appendices were deleted, for space reasons, from the original article All Roads Lead... published in Grantville Gazette Volume 10, but are collected here for reference purposes. So, too, are a few tables. Definitions...
Available on Amazon! Click the picture to view product page. Author's Notes for Cooper, 1636: Seas of Fortune (2014) These notes copyright Iver P. Cooper 2014. Please do not duplicate without permission. They do not create canon. In case of conflict with what is in...