The first time, I drew straight lines. Now I’ll draw curves!
How do you draw upcycled materials? I’m not sure, but I’m interested in finding a way to get people interested and drawn.
What did you mean when you wrote, “A man will learn what a car looks like just from riding a bicycle”? You don’t have to buy a car, you could drive. If I ever manage to get a license I’d love to go on bike rides with any car that has been out of the workshop for awhile. I don’t have a car, so I’d be a walking computer in the wild.
What do you think the best way to use a computer is? Use the program to do whatever you want, then leave the program alone.
How close do you think you are to finishing? I think I will finish by next fall.
I would love to meet the people you drew for the book!
How do you know we can trust you to follow our instructions? I take a lot of time and energy to do these booklets. I only have two days to do them. So I’m not going to do them in a hurry. I’ll try to have my drawings ready to sign and send this fall.
How much does it cost for a copy of the booklets? $10 plus shipping.
I have just received my copy, what do you think? Pretty cool. It’s more book than pamphlet, and I’m interested in people who are interested in computers and computer science and not just computer nerds who have a computer. They’ll like it.
Do you have any other projects you’d like to do, or anything else you’d like the public to see? I’m interested in putting computer code and diagrams on computers that people can access, and I’m interested in computers that people can teach their kids to use and how to use, and I’m interested in creating a website for people to go into and just type into a text box to get answers to questions and see the output. You should check out my website, www.mjbennettphotoshop.com. Or if you’d like more information on my booklets (which we have now) please send your mailing address to me at: Matthew B. Bennett, P.O. Box 23, La Jolla, CA 92101-2301.
Thank you so much for taking the time to do this booklet. I hope