[off-topic-ish] do you prefer LC-related content as books or video courses?

Erik Beugelaar e.beugelaar at me.com
Tue Jul 7 13:06:43 EDT 2020

Hi Andre,

Book. Always.
And paperback I prefer instead of an e-book version.
I have noticed that my concentration is better by reading a real book.

Kind regards and good luck!

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Subject: [off-topic-ish] do you prefer LC-related content as books or video

Hey Folks,

I have been working on some new LC content to sell. I want to transition my
career into content production and I think there is an unserved demand for
quality content for our beloved language.

I'm just not exactly sure if you prefer to consume content in book format or
video format. My reason to ask is because I love books but apparently people
enjoy video courses more. Some friends of mine report more revenues from
video courses than books, but doing video is harder and takes longer, so
before deciding on what medium to go for I decided to ask you all about it.

My outline is done and the research into the topics I want to cover is
almost complete. I'll soon reach the point in my production pipeline where I
need to decide which way should the content go. What do you prefer?


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