@Debradelai

I'm working on a video that will analyze openness versus secrecy in three Middle Eastern battles:

Shijayya (2014)
Third Battle of Fallujah (2016)
Mosul (2017)

This will be a video viewable only by those who make a donation.

So figure out how to get that done.

It's going to be a few days, but this'll be my best effort yet.

@ThomasWic @Debradelai \

It needs to be made available to be viewed only by people who have the correct link, or by putting it in a place that it password protected.

A friend of mine sends me his movies and documentaries that way.

The most secure is to put it in a place that is password protected, because once a link is sent out, that person can give it to someone else, so that link is only secure for a period of time.

You can tell if it has been exposed by the count though.

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@ilumanous @ThomasWic

We are creating a new section of the website for donors only.

Those who make this place possible will have access to exclusive material. It's only fair.

@ThomasWic

We started work on the password section of the website. It will take a couple of weeks.

It could be faster, but without funds upfront it's on an "as time permits" schedule.

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When it's ready, current subscribers will receive an email invitation to create a password.

@Debradelai

It'll take a while to make the video.

You'll be very happy.

@Debradelai @ThomasWic as a computer tech I’m thankful for your work on the security

@Debradelai @ThomasWic

As a current subscriber, I’m excited about this new upgrade. It’s an incentive for those who enjoy and learn from SQV to subscribe if possible and help keep this great forum going and growing.

I consider my subscription as an investment in my continuing education with so many knowledgeable teachers here.

And also you Quods are a stellar group of people.

@Debradelai @Torchbearer Haha! I will do my best to remember. But I’m sure I will see other quads mentioning it. Thank you very much. 👍

@Debradelai @ilumanous @ThomasWic

In the days when the newspaper was the order of the day, how much would one spend each month to have their morning paper, for news that was days old and always had a liberal slant?

How many looked forward to the Sunday paper simply for the ad flyers? A Sunday paper was what, $1.50-$3.00 depending on where you lived.

@Krissy_Caster70 @Debradelai @ilumanous @ThomasWic

Yep. I was one of his charter subscribers. Bck in the days when the American Spectator was a serious publication.

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