Devawriter Pro: Fund Raiser Goes Live!
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Thu May 31 13:26:26 EDT 2018
Thank you, Lagi, for your advice.
On 31/5/2018 5:43 pm, Lagi Pittas via use-livecode wrote:
> Hi Richmond,
> I think peter was hinting at the same thing as me in the Forum.
> Crowdfunding campaigns of much more expensive products and aims come with
> token "We love to help but don't have a use for your product"
> The article above says don't have anything within a $1 and the core
> product. In this case your core product is a smaller Niche than Iphone
> I would put a couple of "we love ya" perks $1 $5 or $7 (there is some
> psychology with the last one). In fact I would just put $1 and $7 - as you
> have explained a lot of languages, cultures and philosophies owe a debt to
> not only Sanskrit and the Vedas and hindu philosophy in General is so
> important - having influence on greek more than Latin but the takeover of
> greek culture by Rome broke that historical connection and latin got it's
> direct connections as well Video and Vidi (see and observe) from the word
> Veda (meaning to see or to know).
This is a good idea.
> WE also wouldn't have had the great talk by Alan Watt ..
> I would get in touch with some of these people as well and see if they can
> put the word out
I wouldn't go near anything to do with Sanskrit and the University of
Oxford with a ten-foot pole as they are seriously in bed with ISKCON,
an organisation of which I was a member 36 years ago until my family had
the strength to hire deprogrammers from the USA to
rescue me: I will NOT do business with either a cult or an organisation
which in any way helps that cult achieve its ends.
> I would suggest universities with sanskrit studies might be a good bet.
> I don't think i'm wrong in assuming Devawriter is more a labour of love
> than a get rich slow program.
I've never heard of a "get rich slow program", although it does sound
charming, even if, at 56, slow may mean
that I hit my richest point about 3 years after my funeral.
> But even if some of the student cant muster $25 they could still help at
> least it will be on the radar when they have jobs and can afford it. . If
> they can't afford $7 to help then they have the $1 - if they can't afford
> $1 what are they doing on the internet with an Iphone drinking starbucks!!
> Anyway since you haven't put a lower pledge I've donated - now to learn
> Breaking News
> Went to the site to donate and they have a contribute any amount - but
> since I had already decided that I was gonna learn Sanskrit (and help -
> maybe not in that order) I've pledged the $25 anyway..
> I would still put it as a perk - the perk being the undying love of
> Richmond - (not in the biblical sense and certainly not in the Kamasutra
> sense ).
> People will see $25 and not bother clicking further.
> For the sake of Humanity Richmond!!
> Regards Lagi
> On 31 May 2018 at 09:40, Richmond Mathewson via use-livecode <
> use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
>> I do have a support level below the purchase price!
>> The purchase price is $50, but donations of $25 will get a copy of the
>> On 31/5/2018 7:04 am, Peter Bogdanoff via use-livecode wrote:
>>> Hey Richmond,
>>> Looks good! You should have a support level somewhere below the purchase
>>> price. I would make a donation, but don’t want to purchase the program.
>>> On May 30, 2018, at 10:54 AM, Richmond Mathewson via use-livecode <
>>>> use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
>>>> Be there, or be square:
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