|Genre||Public-domain e-books (through Amazon KDP)|
|Founded||2011 (officially launched in 2012)|
|Products||Public-domain reprints (Gadsby &c.)|
|First official release in October 2012; 8 titles scheduled for 2013|
|Owner||Reginald Routhwick (a.k.a Slgrandson)|
Number of employees
|This user is currently semi-active on Wikipedia. Contact him at Google+, at Wikisource, or by e-mail in the meantime.|
Hello. My name is Dylan, also known as Slgrandson on select MediaWiki sites, and by my initials at IMDb and elsewhere. I am 26 years of age, and now live in Waterbury, Connecticut. I used to live near my home suburb of Stock Farm located in Roseau, the Commonwealth of Dominica, with my two sisters, a granny and a great-grandma, as well as my daddy, and edited for almost three months in the Bronx of New York City.
I am named after my family relation, a contraction of the phrase "Sylvie Lewis' grandson" (the first two letters are her initials). I am among only a handful of Wikipedia members to come out of Dominica, out of a few dozen more from the Caribbean region.
Though I've taken to articles on obscure topics when I can, I'm not quite here often anymore. As you can see from the infobox I've just added, I've gotten into the PD reprint business lately. Which partly explains my recent ongoing lack of activity on WP...and the way my edit total has flourished on Wikisource.
At this writing, three books of poetry await the Amazon kiosks: one by William Wordsworth, another by Edmund Clarence Stedman, and the third (The Wonderful Fairies of the Sun) by Gadsby author Ernest Vincent Wright.
- Keep track of my progress on other Wikipedias: EO |
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- Sepp Blatter (pictured) resigns as president of FIFA in the wake of corruption indictments of FIFA officials.
- At least 18 people are confirmed dead and more than 400 missing after a Chinese cruise ship is struck by a cyclone and sinks in the Yangtze.
- Almost half of the world's saiga antelopes, a critically endangered species, die in May from suspected pasteurellosis.
- Scientists announce the discovery of an early hominin species, Australopithecus deyiremeda.
- Cable telecommunications company Charter agrees to buy Time Warner Cable in a deal worth US$55.1 billion.
- A heat wave in India kills more than two thousand people.
- In motorsport, Nico Rosberg wins the Monaco Grand Prix.
The Geneva drive is a gear mechanism that translates a continuous rotation into an intermittent rotary motion. The rotating drive wheel has a pin that reaches into a slot of the driven wheel advancing it by one step. The drive wheel also has a raised circular blocking disc that locks the driven wheel in position between steps. Such a mechanism is used in film projectors, watches, and indexing tables, among others.
My statistics (edit #10,000)
|First edit||February 23, 2005
(3:19 p.m. AST)
|Unique pages edited||6,135|
|Edits by namespace
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Milestone edit: 139th support on WP:Requests for adminship/VernoWhitney (November 10, 2010)
- From X!'s tool; tabulating the statistics below, this is actually nine edits short of the milestone. The number is based on the "Live edits" displayed on the page.