Monday, December 28, 2009


I need to clarify something.

If you want the download information for HFWC ... I NEED you to follow the instructions I gave out from the very beginning. They aren't complicated instructions, either, so I'm not sure why people are having such a hard time with it.

Send me an e-mail - to my G-Mail account. The e-mail MUST have "How Far We've Come" in the subject line.
Not "hi" or "Clois" or "download" or anything silly like that ... I get a lot of e-mail, so if the subject line is not clear I will probably overlook it.

I need the e-mail to contain FOUR KEY pieces of information: your name, your e-mail address, your online username/nickname and the social networking site I would know you from (i.e. YouTube, DI, Twitter, etc.).

I also would appreciate you acknowledging the agreement that you will not share the links or passwords for the file with anyone else. As you all know by now, that was my only main request before I agreed to make this available for download.

I've been pretty lenient so far but that stops now. From this point on I will ONLY respond to e-mails that follow the above instructions.

If you have questions, that's fine ... let me know. Just be sure to put "How Far We've Come" in the subject line.

I already have reasons to suspect that people have been untrustworthy, which upsets me beyond belief. I'm very close to deleting the links and the project completely, in fact. I thought I could trust everyone but apparently that is not the case. :(

At any rate ... just want to make it clear from this point forward that I NEED that information from you if I'm going to send you the links and passwords.

It isn't much of me to ask, considering the size of this project and the countless hours of work I'VE put into it.

It takes about one minute for you to write an e-mail with those FOUR basic pieces of information, it shouldn't be that hard.


1 comment:

  1. Actually, it's the extracting part that seems confusing. I think I've finally figured out how to make it work. It wouldn't work, just extracting it one at a time with your instructions because it wanted to overwrite but you can't rename them. I'm trying it where I'm extracting all 12 files at the same time and see if that works. *crosses fingers*