Yes, in all likelihood I have received your order but haven’t had a chance to process it yet. The one thing that will most certainly change between this issue and the next is that with issue number 2 I will setup the ordering process so that upon completion of your order, you will automatically receive the PDF. Unfortunately, the system isn’t setup that way yet.
So far, I’ve been able to complete all orders within 24 hours, usually much faster than that. I guarantee receipt of your PDF within 48 hours or your money back.
Of course. In fact, I’ve uploaded a reformatted version of this edition to the download folder (the link that came in the email with the PDF).
The two-pages-per-PDF-page setup was done so that it looks like an open magazine when you have it open on the screen. Since a few have requested the single-page-per-page format, I’ll offer both formats from now on.
Yes, I will accept a personal check. Send me an email at email@example.com and I’ll reply with my address.
I will use a page numbering system that makes more sense in future issues. It seems like most haven’t noticed, but look closely at the dice in the corners of each page up to page 10. Each pair of dice adds up to the page number. Maybe that was a little too clever for its own good. Some of you had to have noticed that, right?
There is a way to do it yourself on the PayPal site, but it’s easier if you just email me. It just takes a couple of clicks for me to cancel that auto-renewal and I’ll send you the PayPal confirmation as soon as it’s done. Please allow 24-48 hours for me to process the cancellation.
Another lesson learned: when publishing an article about a designer or game or book or historical figure, make sure to tell the readers where to go to learn more about said designer or game or book or historical figure. If you have any specific questions, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave your question in the comments of any post here on the blog and I’ll happily respond as soon as possible.
You can also look for a follow-up post here in the next day or two that will provide more links to more info about the topics in the newsletter.
I don’t know, but I’m curious: what do you think?