The free blog really has a crazy amount of detailed guides. Too much even, maybe.
I’ve always been happy to help out, DIY style. But it seems we should differentiate between the absolute “must have” for the general public vs. what might be best reserved for those of us who help build and share endmyopia. Especially when I get e-mail of people complaining the free stuff isn’t structured enough, or how videos have too much ramble, I always feel reminded that they’re already getting way too much for nothing.
Everybody should have a chance to improve their eyesight. But why just shovel out what took years and sometimes many hundreds of people and trial and error to figure out?
Not saying you want to dig through all of the how-to section, more just a gauge on what you think about where we might want to draw the line of what general non-participating public really needs as basic 20/20 gains guides.
Ultimately, endmyopia in three tiers:
Freeloaders. Cover the basics, not leave people stuck with the stupid mainstream agenda of leasing out eyesight via. plastic focal planes. Website, blog, Facebook group. DIY.
Le Meow / contributing community. More detailed guides here, specific approaches, specific guide videos, Q&As, community discussion, sharing ideas and steps and things. No need to spend money, no need to fuel Jakey’s drug habits - but the give and take of contributing to the resource in exchange for being able to use the resource (extended version). No riff-raff, FB plzz-bros. Especially here too, getting into lifestyle ideas and ways to enjoy less diopters, away from screens.
BackTo20/20. Some people really just want all their questions answered, a structured approach, no time for community or DIY or messing around. Just sessions, step by step, minimal time invested. Happy to do this also, a simple transactional trade.
Main thing, separating 1) from 2). If you’ve got thoughts on this, feel free to share here. Especially curious since you have first hand experience into what you really needed, and where you feel would be a fair place to go from just handing out help, to trading for community benefit.