The Stripes Project is a project that was started by a Harvard graduate and current teaching professor. The reason for its development is complicated and it’s not going to be covered in this presentation. We understand it is a confusing process to use it, but we hope our presentation here will help take out some of that confusion. It should be noted that the best way to learn anything is by practicing. If you just read this like a newspaper, then you are not going to learn anything. A newspaper is for passive users, people who want to obtain information and not learn anything. If you are a passive reader, it would be a waste of time for you to stay on this website any longer. So you might as well leave. If you are an active reader, and you are going to actually execute every step outlined here, then we promise that you will learn a lot of useful lessons here.
Another piece of advice that we have: Don’t be afraid of making mistakes. Through experience, we know most people do not like being wrong, they don’t like to make mistakes because they are afraid they will look like fools. This fear of appearing foolish will cripple them and they won’t try anything new. Therefore, they will never learn. Our advice to those users is to never be afraid of making mistakes. If you make a mistake, you can always undo it, and you can also email our support team and they will be glad to sort it out for you. It’s always good to know where to go when you need help. We have experienced people working around the clock, and there is not a problem that we have not seen before. So everything that you could possibly come across, we can confidently say we can resolve it without transferring you over and over again. We are also working on putting together a frequently asked questions page that will address most of these issues. By doing this, we hope to accomplish two goals. Goal number one is to have a convenient place that people can refer to when they need answers quickly. This way, they will find answers more easily, and will be more satisfied with the service. Goal number two is to reduce the number of hours our employees are working to answer questions. By reducing the hours, our costs will go down, and we will pass these savings onto you. But don’t worry, this does not mean we won’t have live support. In fact, we guarantee that live support will never go away. It just means instead of your emails being answered within an hour, they might be answered within four hours. It’s not a significant difference and it will really do more good than harm. This is just a plan that’s not set in stone, and it may or may not happen. We will post updates as soon as they become available, please keep referring to this page for more details.