So here’s an announcement of epic proportions.
We, darling fellow Endmyopian, now have a wiki.
You know, like Wikipedia. Only, cooler. And grand-er. And more filled with actionable ideas to actually open your eyes, and minds, and …. maybe just eyes. Or maybe just, you know, about how myopia isn’t a mysterious illness, and actually just a paid optional subscription to your own eyesight.
Unsubscribe from myopia, and instead go check out the Wiki (wiki-wiki-wiki): https://wiki.endmyopia.org/
Here, some more of the original announcement from our Facebook group:
The wiki is a fine opportunity to get some endmyopia core concepts, without having to endlessly dig through the blog. Or pay me, your wise and only eyeguru, for courses. Though you can. And you should. Cocaine isn’t getting any cheaper now, IS IT.
*No illicit drugs were harmed in the making of this post. Just coffee. And smoothie bowls. And excitement about new tools and resources, for you.
Many thanks due to all the participants for the many hours spent in making this happen. Especially 👑 Andrew Dennis who masterminded the whole project.
And if you want more of the back story, discussion, the byzantine, labyrintine corners of the dank, dark web of the Endmyopia community, do join our forum: https://quizzes.endmyopia.org/le-quiz/
That’s right, some sweet cocaine references in there.
It’s absolutely worth reiterating that without the community (meaning, YOU) all Endmyopia is, is rants and obscure deadpan self-amusement humor, and digression, and things that are increasingly less compatible with an (Internet) world filled with cancel culture and outrage and corporate censorship and partisanship and general lowest common denominators.
In other words, Endmyopia needs YOU to be saved, and grow, and meaningfully connect people’s hearts and minds and brains, with their eyeballs.
That or do nothing and end up with just more gratuitous cocaine references. It’s up to you, really.
Go out there, and make some 20/20 gains. And be part of our wiki editor community. And share things that you think matter. Unless you like politicians trampling your rights, and Zuckerborg telling you what’s ok to read, and Google telling you what videos are ok to watch, and your optometrist telling you that your eyes are terrible and you’re a failure (genetically speaking) and that you need their $200-a-pair glasses subscription.
Be the change that you want to … , something-something.