The best teachers ask their students questions.
Dear David Pogue:
We are daring you — actually, DOUBLE SECRET daring you (and when “we” say dare we mean “I’ but there is more power in the collective imagination) — to ignore us.
We are coming at you — hard and heavy in all your safe places and in The New York Times Square tower — by writing two new Apple books for Thomson/Cengage Publishing due to hit international bookshelves soon:
We are hungry. We are dedicated. We are fast. We will outlive you!
NOTE: We have yet to actually send that note directly to Mr. Pogue for we are in fear of appearing ungrateful and inappropriate in the light of our ongoing love of his previously hard-won books on the Mac OS and Apple.
P.S.: We also mention here and now we are writing another new book for Thomson called Picture Yourself Learning American Sign Language, Level 1 and it includes a Bonus DVD for learning the signs and phrases. Janna M. Sweenie is once again our co-author after our raging success writing Hand Jive: American Sign Language for Real Life together.
Asking for help can be a hard thing to do and most people wait until it is too late to seek the help of others. Asking for help is not a sign of weakness.