Contacting the ChemTeam
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALL BUSINESS PEOPLE
I don't want you to contact me at all. I don't want you to offer to buy my website. I don't want you to offer to improve my website. I don't want you to offer to partner with my website. I don't want you to offer to put advertisements on my website. I don't want to be involved in your business. I don't want anything from you. My answer will always be no.
Also, assuming I didn't mean you and contacting me anyway is a dick move. Before you decide to contact me in spite of my clear desire for no contact, I'd like you to consider how you would react if our positions were reversed. Of course, saying you'd be grateful for the contact is a dick move. So, here goes . . . .
I DON'T WANT ANY BUSINESS PERSON TO CONTACT ME FOR ANY BUSINESS REASON AT ALL. NEVER. NOT EVER.
Here are the instructions for those not trying to crawl into my wallet.
Send me comments about the ChemTeam at a gmail.com account called ChemTeamComment. Although I may not be able to respond to you, please be assured I am quite appreciative for any help rendered.
I am only interested in fixing web site problems, some examples of which are:
(b) calculational mistakes
(c) broken links
(d) unclear or inadequate explanations (tell me why you think so; more for teachers than students)
There are some things I am not interested in (all generated by actual contacts):
Students: Please do not ask me for help with your studies. Or offer to help improve my website.
Other website people: I am fully involved in my website. I cannot be involved with you in yours.
Educators (at any level): Please do not ask me to publicize your program on my website.
Everyone: There are some browsers (in early Jan 2018) that do not recognize MathML tags. If you are seeing something really wrong with my web site, please check to see if your browser recognizes MathML. As of early Jan 2018, I have had three emails on this topic. Interestingly, all three assumed I had made an error and that it was a REALLY OBVIOUS error and that I should have known better. The error, of couse, was their not knowing that their browser did not recognize MathML.
None of the three contacted me after I pointed out the true cause of their problem. Yup, this is my shocked face.