Disclaimer: if you follow me on Twitter you’ve probably already seen this.
In which case, please accept this kneeling goat as an apology.
But I put a project together for work and I like it, obviously, so by my powers of deduction, if you’re reading this then it probably means you:
a) like London
b) have some time on your hands
c) enjoy reading things on the internet
d) have recently had either me / one of my friends / my mum / my dad standing next you at a party refusing to top up your wine glass until you’ve put this website address into your phone and promised to look at it when you get home (thanks guys).
In which case, you might like it, too.
So this is 100 things in London.
The long and the short of it is: if you don’t learn something bout London after clicking on each and every thing on that page, then I’ll give you your money back.
(Not really. But only because it’s free).
It took us ages to put together, and people I know through Twitter and blogging helped, as well as tour guides, historians, and the marketing bods at London’s big and little known places.
So thanks to Yannick, Flora at Accidental Londoner, Mark at The Importance of Being Trivial, Simon at Hackney Tours, Mike from London Historians, the nice people at 1000 Londoners, and loads of others who sent brilliant things to my inbox in the name of educating the world / internet (ish).
If that’s not incentive enough, the finished result includes not only a horse, gorilla, water vole, and an otter, but also a walrus.
Anyway. I hope you enjoy it, and if you do, tell your friends. Preferably by standing over them with a large stick, waving it around in a threatening manner until they look at it and click “like”.