Shakesprick’s Hashpaedia is no more (boo!). Shakesprick’s A History of the Hash House Harriers is on Facebook (yay!). Here’s a screen grab of the introductory post:
Actually, the Facebook page isn’t intended to replace Hashpaedia. That, if you read Shakesprick’s post above, will happen in book form, some time in 2017. Meanwhile, the Facebook page is a place for people to contribute HHHistorical facts, documents, and photos to the project, and for Shakesprick to share some of the historical information he digs up himself.
Hashpaedia was brilliant, and I’m sorry it’s no longer on the web. But the book will no doubt be even better and more comprehensive, and I can’t wait.
Meanwhile, how ’bout you visit A History of the Hash House Harriers on Facebook, “like” the page, and contribute what you know of HHHistory. No bullshit, please … but if you have good information on the early days of hashing, whether that be on the world, regional, national, or even city level, your contribution will be welcome, and will most likely go into the book.
By the way, if you want to know a little more about this Shakesprick fellow, here’s a Half-Mind interview with the man himself.
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