Well, to really support VOS development we need to raise thousands of 
dollars (since we're talking about me being able to live independently 
for at least a year).  Anything less than that won't do more than help 
defer the cost of the server that hosts interreality.org (which, if you 
are wondering, is on colocation hosting and costs about $100 a month, 
currently out of my pocket).

That said, there will probably come a point where I'll be making a 
serious fundraising effort, but that's a little bit in the future.  I'm 
still in the planning stage at this point.  Writing a business plan is 
almost as hard as writing software, but with none of the satisfaction of 
knowing you're done when it works ;-)

On Tue, Jan 16, 2007 at 08:54:51PM -0500, Reed Hedges wrote:
> Ken Taylor wrote:
> > but if it makes
> > you feel better, I certainly would click on the little "Donate to
> > Interreality" paypal button if it ever appears ;)
> There's a link at the bottom of the webpage to a list of relevant books 
> and things on amazon, and we get a few bucks if you buy from that.
> Any suggestions on things to add to it?
> Reed
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