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Episode IV: A New Hope

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You might know that over the last year I’ve been compiling a list of all the blogs related to the Transforming Legal Aid consultation and the justice cuts. If you’ve been given the password to read this page then at least one of your blog posts are included too and I’d be grateful if you’d keep what I have to say here to yourself for the time being – professional trust and all that

What’s this about

I’m asking for your permission to reproduce your blog post(s) concerning the Transforming Legal Aid consultation/justice cuts (those you published prior to the 27th Feb this year)

Who has agreed so far and invites status (edit: now final list)

For the last two months I’ve been compiling all the blogs written during the consultation period, formatting, optimising and turning them into a book – or more precisely, an ebook (though it wouldn’t be difficult for me to produce a print ready manuscript now too). Its working title is ‘Saving Justice’

It’s cross-platform and can be viewed on whatever smartphone or gadget you have: Kindle (all types, including Paperwhite, Fire and DX), iPhones and iPad (through the Kindle app (.mobi version) or iBooks (.epub version), other tablets and Android smart-phones and so on. It can also be read on computers and Macs through ebook reader apps

With your permission I intend to finish sorting it out and publish it within the next two months – I think it will take me that long getting everyone’s permission – but I want it ready in advance of the anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta on 15th June (my birthday too). I want to make it available as a free download [NB: see update #5 below in comments – issues with Amazon not allowing ‘free forever’ – will be using Apple iBooks as they do. A cheap paid version on Amazon is also possible]

We’ll need to agree the wording of the copyright statement at some point – something like ‘remains with the authors’ perhaps. We can revisit this later or feel free to give your views in the comments below

Why bother

It raises awareness and I think opens up a potential new avenue of interest in the Save UK Justice story, the Justice Alliance and what’s going on with legal aid and in our justice system right now. Personally, I think through all your perspectives it gives incredible insight and is likely to attract many new people to look at the issues. It’s also just incredible to read – it’s fascinating, really moving and makes you want to find out more. I can’t emphasise enough just how powerful it comes across when you start going through all the individual blogs coordinated into book format

It’s also worth mentioning that using whatever gadget you happen to be reading the book on you can use the inbuilt features to do things like search the book for keywords, particular authors, mentions, people, topics etc. You can count frequencies, create statistics pulled from the accumulation of all your work from all over the web but in one place. It’s a historian/researcher’s dream

A bit of detail on content and layout

Each of your posts in the book links back to the original on your blog so it will be useful for your own traffic and raising awareness of what you write about. Any links you included have been reformatted and work so readers can access whatever other content you originally included or referred to in their browser whilst reading the book. The book also includes all your pictures, image links to the videos you created, podcasts and so on. In other words, it is what you wrote as is but presented in rich ebook format (currently .mobi and .epub). Each article throughout is sequential, date order, broken down by month, running from April 2013 when the consultation was first announced through to February 2014 when the government gave its decision

It’s just the blogs. Other than a short introduction explaining what the book is there’s no narrative from me or anyone else

It’s the biggest piece of techie/legal hybrid work I’ve ever undertaken and has, to be honest, been a major ball-breaker

What next

For now I’m just floating this to a few of you whose work is included who I know on Twitter or elsewhere. I’d like some feedback really – what do you reckon? Most importantly, would you be happy letting me include your blog posts? Basically, are you in? I guess the next stage, if people are up for it, will be to let people check their posts in the draft, just in case they don’t want certain ones included or would like me to fine tune them. Anyway, that’s not for now

Example section

Here’s a little example as a PDF. It’s only a very basic PDF but you should get the rough idea – beginning bits, a chunk of the articles and the end bit. I’ve not bothered formatting it for PDF so it’s not perfect eg articles don’t start on their own pages as in the ebook for one. I’ve taken the full .mobi manuscript I linked to last night down as it could get messy with lots of versions kicking around and this page was also getting a bit technical with my stuff on Kindle Previewer etc. If the two people I gave the link to this page to last night have the copy please don’t circulate it

However, happy to send the whole thing to anyone if they do want to see it, just let me know

Can you reply below with what you think so others can see where we’re going with this?

Or let me know via Twitter @ilegal or email theteam@ilegal.org.uk

Thanks for reading

UPDATE #2 (Sunday 7.52am)

I’ve started keeping tabs on who has been asked and who has replied. You can view the spreadsheet online (edit: now final list). If anyone knows any of those who haven’t been contacted yet by all means invite them as I invited you (don’t forget the password). Just let me know so I can update the spreadsheet (email or DM me: theteam@ilegal.org.uk or @ilegal). Otherwise, I’ll start trying to contact them directly through their blogs/emails during the week

I was communicating with a couple of you last night and I confirm that I will make a complete draft available prior to publication so you have a final opportunity to be reassured (that this isn’t a cunning Grayling-esque scheme) and pull out if you’re not happy with the final book. I’m confident you won’t so happy to be fully transparent throughout

Thanks again everyone, especially those who’ve commented below. It makes it all the more worthwhile that you can see where I’m going with this!

I’ll leave all future updates as ‘comments’ below. You can subscribe to the comments to this post to keep up with what’s going on

UPDATE #6: THE COVER (scroll down through the comments for previous updates)

Feel free to comment – it’s only a screen grab, the actual one used will be high res. It’s not your traditional legalish type cover – I don’t like them, they’re only attractive to legalish type people. I think this has broad appeal and given it’s about getting people to look who might not usually bother, I reckon it’s the way to go. That said, I have a terrible habit of changing my mind so don’t be surprised if you see an entirely different cover in a week or so!

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57 comments on “Episode IV: A New Hope

  1. @gemma_blythe
    March 15, 2014

    Thank you for including me in this idea! Although times are hard, it has been extremely positive to see the profession (& Twitter) unite. We have come a long way since April 2013, but still there is some more fighting to be done.

    I am more than happy to be involved in this ‘movement’. Just let me know what the next steps are. Let’s make it happen!

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    • ilegal
      March 16, 2014

      Great that you’re in Gemma and yes, let’s make it happen!

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  2. Trevor Fleming
    March 15, 2014

    Hi patrick

    What an exceptionally great concept. Those that have joined up late get another a chance to read all about it. No matter what the outcome our efforts will be around forever.
    Have my full consent, backing etc etc
    If you need to contact the more anon bloggers like barristers wife then let me know and we can get in contact.

    The Law Society may very well have thrown in the towel but we haven’t.

    Thanks

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    • ilegal
      March 15, 2014

      That would be great, thanks Trevor. Especially A Barrister’s Wife, I don’t know who she is!

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      • utterbarrister
        March 17, 2014

        She and WonderWoman are two of the most powerful and heart rending out there!

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  3. stevecornforth2012
    March 15, 2014

    Count me in! Great idea Patrick.

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  4. chrispyes
    March 15, 2014

    This is a fantastic plan and I have no hesitation in saying that I’m in and you have my permission Patrick to use my blogs. I am sure you will have huge support for this project. It will be a great reference work for what was said and done to save our justice system.

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    • ilegal
      March 16, 2014

      Thanks Chris, and I think you’re spot on with “reference” – I think it will become even more useful to people as time goes on

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  5. jaimerhamilton
    March 15, 2014

    I’m in.

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    • ilegal
      March 15, 2014

      Excellent, you’re one of the most prolific in the book 🙂

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  6. Dan Bunting
    March 16, 2014

    I’ve emailed to confirm thst I’m certainly in – excellent idea! Use whatever you want of mine.

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    • ilegal
      March 16, 2014

      That’s brilliant, thanks very much Dan

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  7. fireycolin
    March 16, 2014

    Hi Patrick. I’d be more than happy for you to use any of my blog ‘AnotherGrumpyOldMan.blogspot.co.uk in your ebook. Colin

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    • ilegal
      March 16, 2014

      Really appreciate it, Colin! I would never have guessed you were the author in a million years if you hadn’t come forward. Many thanks

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  8. Great work, Patrick. I’m in. Thank you. M

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    • ilegal
      April 9, 2014

      Cheers Michael, just realised I never said thank you – apologies!

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  9. ilegal
    March 17, 2014

    UPDATE #3 (St Patrick’s Day 7.36am)

    Thanks everyone who’s been in touch so far. It’s really coming together! As well as the comments here I’ve been getting a lot of contact via Twitter DMs especially. Big thanks to @saveUKjustice for all the work behind the scenes and Dan Bunting for some great suggestions

    I’ve updated the PDF example download above. Reason being, I’ve tempered the foreword somewhat so people can also agree to be included without feeling they necessarily support or are part of the campaign. There are a few bloggers on the list who have written excellent stuff but, I imagine, wouldn’t want to feel they are aligned with something simply by being included

    Also, I’ve decided I’ll add updates here as comments so I’d recommend you subscribe to the comments for this post and that way you’ll be kept in the loop without having to remember to check back. We may as well use the comments to discuss stuff too, that way everyone else can see what’s going on and we have a record of what we’ve agreed

    Happy St. Patrick’s day, everyone. I’m absolutely full of cold and feel terrible. Ho hum :-/

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  10. utterbarrister
    March 17, 2014

    Ok took me less time that I thought just to look at this. Oh Lord count me in a thousand times over. Great idea. Top effort. Hope any of my drivel / rantings can help. Thanks for the work Patrick.

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    • ilegal
      March 17, 2014

      That’s brilliant, Tim. Thanks very much 🙂

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  11. Jon Mack
    March 17, 2014

    Hi Patrick,
    This looks really good. I’m in (although I may have edited some of my posts since posting them – naughty, huh?!)
    Jon – jonmack.net

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    • ilegal
      March 17, 2014

      Great stuff Jon and chuffed you’re in. Don’t worry, I’ll check I’ve got the latest

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  12. alie283
    March 17, 2014

    I’m in! Hope my small contribution is useful to you

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    • ilegal
      March 17, 2014

      It definitely is and thank you very much!

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  13. shodanalexm
    March 17, 2014

    Hi, sounds like a good idea. very happy for you to include relevant post(s) from me.

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    • ilegal
      March 17, 2014

      Great stuff, thanks for getting in touch and letting me know!

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  14. Mark Harries (@MRHarries)
    March 17, 2014

    Hi Patrick. I think this is an excellent idea and you deserve great credit for pulling it all together. You are welcome to use any of my blog posts that you think appropriate. Best of luck in finishing it!

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    • ilegal
      March 17, 2014

      Great stuff, Mark. Thanks for getting back to me. For anyone else interested, I’ve begun to keep a list of those of you who’ve agreed and who are on Twitter. I think this will be a useful link for the end of the book – I think readers will be curious about you (I would be!): https://twitter.com/ilegal/book/members Feel free to ping me on Twitter or here if you’re in but I haven’t listed you

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  15. barristerswife
    March 17, 2014

    Many thanks for thinking of me, you’re more than welcome to use any of my posts. I’m sorry I wasn’t able to keep blogging. I got derailed by some health issues (now resolved) and never managed to get the momentum back. I still have a load of ideas but it feels like it has been too long to restart now. We’ll see! I wish you all the best with this project.

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    • ilegal
      March 17, 2014

      Thank you very much, that’s really appreciated and it will be a real pleasure including your posts – I daresay I’m not alone in being in awe of some of the things you’ve written. I’m sorry about the health issues but glad to hear it’s resolved. Thanks again for getting in touch *bows*

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  16. Stephen Spence
    March 17, 2014

    Brilliant idea, please use whatever you want of mine

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    • ilegal
      March 17, 2014

      Hurray! Thanks Stephen. After all that – mysterious request for contact via blog, subsequent emails – I’ve realised we follow each other on Twitter! Typical *chuckle* 🙂

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  17. katesjc6189
    March 18, 2014

    Thank you for including me.I am honoured!

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    • ilegal
      March 18, 2014

      The honour’s all mine. Thanks for agreeing, Kate!

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  18. katesjc6189
    March 18, 2014

    I would be very curious to know what post/s you wish to include as I have always tried to find another angle on the collective blog voice on Twitter.

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    • ilegal
      March 18, 2014

      I know, and that’s why it’s good to include them! I’ll have the next draft ready within the next two weeks so you can have a look if you like and let me know what you think of which ones I’ve included

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  19. katesjc6189
    March 18, 2014

    A book is a great idea.

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  20. Phil
    March 18, 2014

    Excellent idea – I’m in.

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    • ilegal
      March 18, 2014

      Thanks Phil, much appreciated!

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  21. ilegal
    March 18, 2014

    UPDATE #4 Tuesday 18th March 18.09pm

    I’ve just completed another full edit over the last few days. Mainly layout and consistency changes in terms of titles and text within individual pieces. Knocking out obvious errors eg lack of spaces between words, too many spaces, spelling mistakes etc. Also a lot of time spent embedding hyperlinks into the text itself (so they’re still clickable) rather than lots of unsightly URLs.

    The book, if a paper-back, would be 919 pages long. To give you an idea of size this is shorter than The Lord of The Rings, for example, which comes in at over 1,000 pages. It’s still a lot of pages though!

    Next on the list: I have to go through it again and remove, format and then reinsert each image. There are quite a few blog posts with header images and also a number of posts made up almost entirely of images eg from the protests. All images within the book need to be less than 127KB in size and should really be JPEGs (a lot are PNG files at the minute for some reason). This avoids Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) re-compressing the images themselves, which can cause problems with the upload and processing. It’s also a good idea anyway as it’s the images that impact the file size – at the moment the whole book is running just short of 30MB. Although this is lower than the 50MB KDP upload limit, it’s still pretty massive to my mind – I’d like to get it to half that at least and ideally a third of that or less without adverse impact on image quality. The smaller the file size the easier it is for your gadgets to process on opening and, people don’t necessarily like all their space on their smart-phones being taken up by big books, however interesting they are!

    I’ve also begun thinking about the cover and sorting out the standard pages at the front and back – acknowledgements, copyright statement and so on. I would be grateful for any suggestions on the copyright statement I should include – is it sufficient to say that copyright in the individual pieces remains with the original authors under whatever terms they post them under? Is there a nice/sensible way of writing this? Should the book have its own copyright identity in addition to that?

    Everything is on target and, fingers crossed, going even better than planned. I think it will be ready for publishing within a couple of weeks all being well. I’ll make the it available to everyone for comments first, however. I suspect it will take longer than that chasing the remaining people who haven’t agreed to inclusion anyway, even though I’m blown away with how quickly we’ve got people onboard – @saveUKjustice deserves a special mention for that! We may have to lose some people from the final book if we can’t get them onboard but, even as it stands right now, we’ve got enough quality content to publish as is

    Feel free to reply if any thoughts, otherwise I’ll keep at it and update again shortly or if anything else interesting comes up.

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    • Nathaniel Mathews
      March 28, 2014

      Great iodea Patrick. Consents all round. Just looking at the database of blogs has already put me in touch with a lot I didn’t know about. One ring to rule them all…

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      • ilegal
        March 29, 2014

        Thanks Nat, it just wouldn’t be right without your stuff! Great you’re onboard bud 🙂

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  22. ilegal
    March 18, 2014

    UPDATE #5

    Amazon doesn’t allow ‘free forever’ publishing. It allows you to make it free for periods of time but at least a minimum price the rest of the time. However, Apple ibooks does allow you to publish ‘free forever’ so I’ve set up a publisher account with Apple. It’s annoying with Amazon though as I think their book market is much bigger. I guess there’s nothing to stop me just offering it as a free download – hosting the .mobi file myself as a download from my server – to everyone as well anyway. Only thing with that is it wouldn’t then get any exposure in the Kindle bookstore

    Back on Apple, I can go straight through iTunes Connect to publish on Apple: https://www.apple.com/uk/itunes/content-providers/book-faq.html But, I’ll have to upgrade the OS on my Mac to Mavericks so I can use iBooks Producer, which is their delivery system – it’s OS 10.8 minimum and my old baby is still Snow Leopard (10.6). It’s doable but a lot of graft all in. Right, that’s the project for the next couple of weeks! I’ll also check out Barnes and Noble, Google ebooks, Kobo, Aldiko and Sony too. Might as well put it everywhere!

    I’ll carry on preparing the relevant drafts and then put up a separate post on publishing strategy across the different platforms shortly

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    • OMGoodness patrick how much work is involved !! this it techie geek heaven. thanks for all your work in this.
      pretty sure with all the contacts we have amassed over the years this will be a popular download.

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      • ilegal
        March 19, 2014

        Let’s hope so. And yep, a lot of work but fantastic if we can sort it out. Even better still if it attracts the attention of people who don’t really know what’s going on with our justice system. Oh, one bit of good news on the tech front, I managed to find an old version of iTunes Producer today so I’m hoping I can get away with not having to update my operating system – result!

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  23. ilegal
    March 19, 2014

    UPDATE #6: we now have a cover – I’ve put the image in the main post above. Also now have working drafts for both Apple and Amazon. Anyone fancy doing some proofing?

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  24. Jim Brown
    March 20, 2014

    Sounds like an excellent idea and clearly you know your way around the technology involved, unlike myself. My only slight reservation is that I suspect my oft-quoted pieces from other published sources probably infringes copyright, although I’m always at pains to reference and attribute. Apart from that, by all means feel free to use my stuff!

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    • ilegal
      March 20, 2014

      Thanks Jim! Nothing jumped out at me the last time I read your pieces, although I will double-check to make sure I haven’t missed anything

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  25. John Finnemore
    March 20, 2014

    Hi! You’re very welcome to use my piece as far as I’m concerned. However, it is a transcript of something I wrote for and performed on The Now Show on Radio 4 – I don’t know whether that means that the BBC holds the copyright. Even if they do, I can’t imagine they’d mind you using it, but you may want to check with them. Best wishes, John Finnemore.

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    • ilegal
      March 20, 2014

      That’s wonderful, John. Thank you very much for joining in 🙂

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  26. ilegal
    March 24, 2014

    UPDATE #7

    Spent the last few days editing – I hate editing! I’ve been through the whole thing twice sorting out typos, formatting errors and so on and am now on the third run through optimising it where I can to reduce file size. For the techies, for reviewing I’ve been using Apple’s Book Proofer app, which allows you to make edits and see how they turn out by viewing the book ‘as is’ on your iPhone/iPad without having to sync each time. Also, Kindle Previewer is pretty good for reviewing the same thing but on the Kindle platform. Also been doing some work on the graphic so I can include a high resolution cover that will translate well into the varying display sizes

    I’ve also been doing a lot of work going through the Apple iBooks store requirements. It comes across a lot more complicated than Amazon. You’re also not allowed to upload test versions as it publishes (or at least submits for review then publishes) automatically. Guess I’d better get it right first time then!

    The biggest priority, if anyone wants to chip in, is to get those on the spreadsheet who haven’t responded yet to get in touch and let me know whether I can include their stuff. For example, anyone know where Guy Gozem is or when he’ll be back around? Also, anyone know Iamcallednick or Fatcat Lawyer? There are a few on there I’m struggling with so please help out if you can

    Thanks all

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  27. Guy Gozem
    March 24, 2014

    Patrick,

    I love the concept, the execution, and I’m absolutely full of admiration for the work that’s gone into it putting it all together. You have my wholehearted support. Having said that, if you ever need to cut any pieces, feel free to take some of mine out. There’s a lot of passion, talent and first class writing in there… Not much of it mine, sadly.

    Thanks again. I’d love to offer help (if required) but I haven’t blogged (or tweeted) for some time, purely because of pressure of work, so it would, I’m afraid be a rather empty offer.

    Best wishes,

    Guy

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    • ilegal
      March 25, 2014

      Thanks so much for getting in touch, Guy! I was getting worried I hadn’t seen you around any of the usual social media haunts for so long. Absolutely great you’re in, chuffed 🙂

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  28. ilegal
    March 25, 2014

    UPDATE #8

    A full PDF draft of the whole book is now available if anyone wants to have a copy to check their piece(s) and/or get a feel for the whole thing. If any of the authors want a copy please email me at theteam@ilegal.org.uk (or DM me @ilegal) and I’ll be happy to forward it to you. I’ve also updated the little PDF example in the main piece at the head of this post. Again, all and any comments are always welcome!

    I’ll carry on trying to get the remaining few onboard. As ever, any and all help nudging the remainder appreciated!

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  29. ilegal
    April 2, 2014

    UPDATE #9

    Since the PDF draft above I’ve now been through the whole thing again – Tim Forte spotted a few typos so I put it into Word and knocked all the other ones I’d missed too. It nearly blew my computer up – it’s never had to copy/paste a volume of text equivalent to a large book in one go before. It was interesting I suppose – I got lots of exotic warnings flashing up on my Mac I’d never seen before. Anyway, done now and looking much better for it

    I’ve hung back a little too to see how the CBA issue goes as I’m thinking of putting a brief timeline of key events following the end of the consultation into the Epilogue. They’ve got another couple of weeks but I’m going to be merciless with the very small few who haven’t responded and take it as an opportunity to keep the file size down without impacting on quality

    Nearly done now and publication ETA ahead of schedule: mid-April. If anyone wants to see an updated PDF of the whole thing DM me your email on Twitter @ilegal or email me: theteam@ilegal.org.uk or leave a reply here

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  30. ilegal
    April 6, 2014

    UPDATE #10

    OK, apart from a couple of people who might yet come back to earlier messages I sent them we’re done on the list and the contributor spreadsheet is now offline. It’s the final stages now – here’s what’s left to do:

    1. Finish going through and making sure each link in each title post links to the original blog or, where that particular blog post has been deleted, to the ‘about’ or ‘home’ page of the blogger. I’m half way through June at the moment so it should take me a couple of hours today to finish this all being well
    2. Finalise the formatting, especially in titles. This is what is taking a lot of time. Each time I adjust the formatting I have to produce a new epub (Apple) and mobi (Amazon) version of the book to see how it comes out
    3. Wait for the outcome of the CBA barrister ballot on the 9th. This isn’t essential but I’d like to include it in the timeline in the epilogue
    4. Once the above has been done, upload it to Apple and Amazon. I’ve no idea how this will go. Apple especially is notoriously hard work and I’m using an older (v2.9) version of iTunes Producer (you have to use this to upload it). If it doesn’t work I’ll need to upgrade my operating system on my Mac to allow me to use the latest version (v3.0). I’m really hoping I don’t have to do this as the knock-on compatability hassle with every other bit of software I have on here will cause me no end of problems
    5. Create the widgets to allow me and others to embed the book into blogs and websites. This looks pretty straightforward…

    The publishing plan: (1) epub version on Apple as a free book – this is the main ‘product’ so to speak and what I’ll be plugging to everyone (2) mobi version on Amazon as a cheap download (they don’t allow free forever books and minimum cost is dictated by the file size of the book when downloaded (3) the same Amazon mobi version but in my public Dropbox for free download. This is aimed at anyone who can’t access the free Apple version but still wants it for free on their Kindle or whatever without having to buy it from Amazon. Buying the Amazon version will then be optional and only aimed at anyone who wants to make a contribution to the work creating the book

    Right, things to do so better get on with it. Oh, by the way, I dropped my iPhone down the toilet (don’t ask) and it is now sitting in a bag of rice on my desk. As I’m in the Twitter login verification thing I can’t get access to Twitter until either my phone starts working again or Twitter Support sorts me out. Can’t tell you how p*ssed off I am about this but there you go. Anyway, if anyone wants to contact me please EMAIL: theteam@ilegal.org.uk or leave a REPLY HERE on this blog

    Thanks all and cheers to anyone who has been keeping up with my rambling trials and tribulations on this particular blog post

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  31. ilegal
    April 12, 2014

    UPDATE #11: PUBLISHED TO APPLE

    It’s done! I uploaded the completed book to Apple this lunchtime. Assuming it gets through Apple’s review process, it should be available for download in a couple of weeks at best but could be considerably longer depending on how busy they are. I’d say May sometime. Hopefully all will be well with the review process. Once it’s live and available for download I’ll let everyone know

    For the techies, iTune Producer (2.9) was fine. It kicked me out with a few validation errors first time I tried though – turns out a couple of images I’d dragged and dropped into one of the pieces weren’t listed in the OPF manifest. Can’t work out why it picked these two though as lots of the images I optimised were included this way *scratches head* Anyway, basically I’m pleased it didn’t identify anything more serious and once I’d repaired the epub it was all sorted

    Still some way to go then but, getting there. Cheers all. I’m off to the pub now for a drink to celebrate. Have a nice weekend any of you reading this 🙂

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