We've put a number of files up on a Google Drive, and we'll happily share it with you. The details are here
, and here's the executive summary:
- The one price we charge is that you help us publicize it. You can share the YouTube video on your Facebook timeline, or you can tweet it, or you can email it to any Stoa folks you think haven't seen it.
- After you do that, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org that contains your Gmail or other Google account name, and we'll share the GDrive with you. If you don't have one, take a few seconds and create one.
- As always, our primary objective is to offer things that are useful. As always, our secondary objective is to let as many homeschooled forensics competitors as possible know we exist, so the subset who would fit well in our student body won't miss the opportunity because they don't know.
- Don't expect sourcebook polish. We're not selling this, and we are philosophically opposed to sourcebooks -- sorry, but we are. Nearly every piece of evidence is from an article that's linked, so we strongly encourage you to go back and read and reverse-engineer these arguments yourself. But the fact that you would need to put in a lot of work before any of these files were tournament-ready is deliberate. We don't want our work to be rip-and-read; we want it to be proof of concept.
We're not offering the NCFCA materials just yet; we'll do that in a few weeks.