The site restructuring continues!
Looking to add more value. Mini courses, specialized courses, things hiding away in some of the 1,000+ posts on the site now, all boiled down into just must-have video sessions and guides.
What would those be, both for you and what you’d say would be useful for newbies? Want to make a list so we can sort out a a bit of a schedule to make these happen. Just think about, what is a thing you struggle with that you’d love to just be able to click a button and get a specific guide explaining all the ins and outs of?
This can be stuff like, astigmatism specific course. Low myopia. High myopia. Child myopia (for the larger categories).
It can be things as small as a ‘how to measure’ guide, including the printable measuring tapes (heyyy, I also actually had to pay to have those designed go figure), eye charts, some videos how to do it and why to do it, how to keep a log, how to gauge improvements. That’s an always repeating question, and even if it was five bucks, I’d probably be more inclined to make it people-friendly as far as a starter guide.
What else? I’m sure there’s dozens of topics. In Matt’s video for example (not yet released, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pm1lhoJI4sU) I explain how to use very low plus to help stimulate focal plane change to get past the last diopter. Something I can’t remember having explained anywhere previous, but as with so many things, stuff we’ve done plenty of over the years. Bearing in mind that the site is just a collection of notes, and only one effort on my part to make a structured guide (BackTo20/20 is in place so far). There’s plenty more to talk about, from dealing kids to all this specific types of questions and cases.
Would love your input on what you’d like to see on that front.
Vaguely related, this post - https://community.endmyopia.org/t/le-podcast-your-input-please/9255 - yet another example reason why we need to monetize endmyopia a bit. Yikes every time I turn around, it’s another bill!