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    Default On line course?

    Just seen Rob Cosman's on line woodwork courses. Now why didn't I think if that. In fact I am thinking of it now.Is it a flier at $20 a month for two 30 minute 'lessons' a week?

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    Sounds good, I'd be in ��
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    I'd consider it at that price. I'd have to see a sample video and a list of possible topics before I could say for sure one way or the other.

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    Yup. I'm game, Pete.

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    That would be great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Howlett View Post
    Just seen Rob Cosman's on line woodwork courses. Now why didn't I think if that. In fact I am thinking of it now.Is it a flier at $20 a month for two 30 minute 'lessons' a week?

    Let me know. I need at least 100 subscribers to make it work
    Not sure why anyone would want to pay Mr Cosman $20.00 per month for information which is freely available online.
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    Great idea, but why not do it for free Pete? Think of the 810,232 thousand views. Think of the buzz. Think of the wild west. It is a new marketplace out there. Just a thought.... I would watch. Plus, you don't have to keep track of all those subscriptions.

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    Joking aside, I think there could be a market for something like this. You could either do it really broad, with mostly video "courses" and perhaps some text communication. Or you could try to be more hands on and combine specific build project videos with small group communication and even some skype type interaction where students could show you what they've done or get help with a specific issue.

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    Been there done that got insulted and harassed.. I took down a virtually free online course 2 years ago to cries of outrage and despair. All of my peers thought I was nuts posting all my ideas in the first place ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Howlett View Post
    I took down a virtually free online course 2 years ago to cries of outrage and despair.
    I'm really sorry to hear that. i would have loved to see it.

    Such is life I suppose.

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