Thursday, August 9, 2007


The May Report mentioned Coaccession three times. The first was referenced in my first post here. The last was referenced when I thanked Ron May, The May Report's publisher/editor, for his praise and the experiences his interest occasioned. For completeness, this post references the middle mention: the Fast Pitch description Ron published April 5.

Thanks, Ron

In April, The May Report's Ron May wrote "...I do think Coaccession may have been one of the hidden jewels in the crown at the Fast Pitch competition. Mark, you may be like the woman who did not win American Idol, but did win an Oscar."

Ron's interest in Coaccession afforded me a couple of rare treats. A financial historian contacted me about my invention after learning about it through The May Report, and when we were discussing it further, this fine fellow told me he thinks my invention could qualify as one of Chicago's many important financial firsts. And then a fellow attendee at a DePaul workshop on nonprofit startups listened to my description of The Open Museum and asked, "It that Coaccession?" You could have knocked me over with a feather!