Has anyone given thought to creating and conducting some type of on-line platform, webinar
type of training?
Microsoft Windows' "Remote Access" is kind of my inspiration here. But I'm thinking-- if IMSI or some other entity-- would like to host
one or more on-line installations of TurboCAD that users can pay to access, and certain expert-level users can hold interactive webinars with. These instructors, of course, would be compensated for their knowledge, time, and effort.
IMSI would benefit because not only would that be a selling-feature for the program, it would help to retain
Users that give up and quit using TurboCAD (and quit purchasing the upgrades, IMSI's only way of making money and staying in business-- for us).
I've also been thinking the past several weeks that it would be a useful thing-- for the same reasons as above-- to have this/these on-line TurboCAD installations for us Forum users to use to communicate with each other, both with communicating issues, and with communicating how to resolve the issues... as well as just basic use, Tips & Tricks, etc. Something more interactive than the videos that Rip generously posts.
I don't play video-games, but-- from watching The Big Bang Theory
-- I see that this on-line, interactive, communication is possible and beneficial, and can exist in a secure