[off-topic-ish] do you prefer LC-related content as books or video courses?
prothero at earthlearningsolutions.org
Tue Jul 7 13:00:10 EDT 2020
What I like about books is that I can go back to them easily and find Gems, if there is a good index. Videos work for me, if they are short. It also depends on your target audience. If you are going for experienced Livecode programmers, I suspect a highly indexed online “Book” that is searchable and contains tricks and gotcha workarounds would work. If you are wanting to target new users, I suspect an intro video designed to show how cool Livecode is, with demos of apps built with LC, then pointers to your online books might work. But then, I’m of the older generation, so.....
What might also be an idea is to create:
Livecode for beginners
Livecode for teachers
Livecode for students
Livecode for kids
If you go with the book route, it would be pretty easy to make it into an indexable online text document.
> On Jul 7, 2020, at 9:28 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
> 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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