Last year, I began a micropatronage campaign to fund me while I fundraised for my research project, the Open & Closed Project. Some 250 people donated almost $6,000. It was a success. (Except that, even after applying hither and yon, the Project didn’t get its funding. Yet.)

Even though twice may be once too often, I’m giving micropatronage another go. This time the goal is to lobby against closed-door “standards” and in favour of our own open standards, and to propose a radical new deregulation plan that would provide for 100% accessibility.

This time I’m trying something new. This time it’s personal. Micropatronage: THE REVENGE.

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