[kwlug-disc] what would you pay for good kernel documentation?

Robert P. J. Day rpjday at crashcourse.ca
Mon Jun 7 02:57:54 EDT 2010


  one more observation:

On Sun, 6 Jun 2010, Bob Jonkman wrote:

> Nobody is going to pay to self-study from a course outline you
> provide online, but they will pay for access to *you*.  You can make
> yourself available through IM, IRC, Skype, vidcast or Chatroulette,
> and can answer questions, evaluate code, control a remote session,
> or what-have you for those people who have signed up.
>
> I took a course like this where I logged onto a virtual machine to
> do some hands-on administrative learning.  The instructor was also
> logged in on ten student VMs, providing personalized guidance and
> evaluating results.  Voice contact only, no vid.  Far more expensive
> than $39/month, and I was glad someone else footed the bill for me.

  and it never occurred to you that my charging spectacularly less
than someone who has a different delivery model might explain the
necessary difference in delivery models?

rday

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