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

David Wood dave at davewood.nz
Tue Jul 7 15:15:53 EDT 2020

Books for me - either phyical or eBook. Although video might have a support role.

I’ve learned several programming languages over the years and the practical value of having a well indexed book open beside the computer so I can go back and forth leaving the development environment open on my computer makes sense to me. Whether that book is physical or eBook: I prefer physical for practicality but prefer eBook (generally) for lower cost. If eBook, then it must have a good table of contents AND index.

Interesting issue


> On 8/07/2020, at 4:27 AM, Andre Garzia via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> 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?
> Best
> Andre
> -- 
> http://www.andregarzia.com
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