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The Analogies Project – Review 2014

We’ve had a fantastic year here at The Analogies Project. We’ve now published 135 pieces submitted by our growing number of 77 contributors from 11 different countries (UK, USA, Brazil, France, Israel, Denmark, Belgium, Australia, Holland, Spain, Colombia). We’ve added analogies in six different languages to the site so far and will continue to add content from around the world next year.

By far our most popular analogy this year has been What the Elizabethans Teach us About Cyber-Security by Juliet and Jonathan Armstrong followed by Clouds & Cleavage from the consistently impressive Sarah Clarke.

Over the course of the last year, the site has seen a 122% increase in visitors and continues to grow strongly. We’ve launched our regular video series ‘People’s Stories’ and are looking forward to add more videos, content and even events in the coming 12 months.

We’d like to thank all of our contributors and especially you, our supporters, for helping The Analogies Project develop to the stage we’re at today. It’s been an exciting journey so far, and we hope you’ll continue it with us into 2015.

Author: Ross McMinn

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