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Member Features

What's This About?

Like an iceberg, only a small portion of this site is visible to casual visitors.

Primarily, it's about The Art of War. I can't make everything that we're doing and all the resources that are already built or planned to be built public. If the school bonds cartel knows exactly what to expect, where to expect it, and when to expect it, it can adjust its plans ahead of time.

For the casual visitor, it's not a big deal. Hopefully, however, some of you will be curious enough to want to see what's under the hood.

The first level of access will involve providing you information that will help you write ballot arguments. That's the most important thing for the next 10 weeks.

I don't yet have all of the local information I'd like to have, so you'll also have ways to contribute small chunks of the information. That will benefit others, especially in your county.

How Do You Become a Member?

The first step is to sign up here.

Once you sign up, you can also sign in, using the link in the upper right hand corner of every page. That initial sign-in won't change what you can view, however. For that I need to evaluate what you wish to do and how you're willing to help. I'll assign you an appropriate level of access and then, like magic, new menu options will appear and links that don't go anywhere for non-members will start working for you.

How Do You Know You're Signed In?

When you sign, the link in the upper right hand corner will change to display a portion of the e-mail address you used to sign in. It's only visible to you while you're at your computer.

It uses cookies to determine you've signed in, so anyone using the same machine and browser will see it.

 

In an effort to allow collaboration among site members, I'm trying out Disqus. Only site members are offered the opportunity to communicate this way. Let me know what you think of this.

PLEASE keep comments RELEVANT to the page you are viewing!

 


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