I recently emailed all the people who were on my mailing list about what I can do to help you guys further; I think it’s great to have that interaction and build a bit more communication with you all.
I had a bunch of really great responses, and that has been enormously helpful. Because I got that feedback, I can now deliver more content in line with your interests and what you want to learn next; and sometimes, if it’s stuff I don’t already know, then it gives me a bit more direction for learning; I can learn it for you guys, make it simpler, and then share it with you all.
It’s a great win-win; I end up learning more rope stuff and testing it out, and that makes learning easier for you guys as well! I can even share my mistakes, so you can learn what NOT to do; several people have indicated that they found that helpful.
It’s sometimes a little bit embarrassing for me, but hey; if it helps you guys, I’ll continue doing it.
Other Things I’m Working On:
I’m currently working on setting up a shopping cart and sales page etc for Rope Bondage The Smart Way here on Rope Connections. I’ve had a bunch of messages indicating that Amazon is a pain in the ass for people to leave reviews on, and I’ve also had requests for different formats than just the Amazon one.
So basically I’m going to try and set up a system that allows people to purchase directly off the site, and hopefully receive multiple different formats in one easy download. There’s quite a bit of work involved, so I appreciate your patience, guys – I’m working on this every morning before I go to my day job, and I’m optimistic that it will be up and running in a couple of weeks.
Additional Material For the Single Column Tie
One of the responses I got back from emailing all you guys was a request from a guy named Tim for a video showing how to do the Burlington Bowline, going both over a limb and under a limb.
Here you go Tim! I’m also placing this on my “First Tie You Should Learn” post, in addition to the picture tutorial. I hope it helps!