Wow. That's a great complement. It doesn't get much better than that. The book is so good that it helps the people that make the software.
Yeah, Daniel is a good guy. This community is great here too. It's a usually a very friendly place. I'm surprised by what happened here.
This is also a great compliment. Thanks.
A Book About Hype is more about interactive examples than video tutorials. (There is one video in the book, but that's to show how the "Capo" works with the "Timeline Cursor".) One of the goals was to keep the book's file size down. That doesn't accommodate large video files.
There is a bright side to this conversation. It does show a possible opportunity for leaders in the community. There are different ways to learn and videos can be preferred over books. Way back in post #58 @JohnnyMoon mentioned an interest in creating Hype videos.
While I'm still wondering what project to work on next, it's probably not going to be a YouTube video channel about Hype. That doesn't seem like a bad idea, but I don't think I'm the right person for that. Also, it's a way for the community to grow. There are many ways to learn. More resources, created by more people, seems like it would be good for Hype and the people that use it.