An interesting story about a book... There once was a book that I kept downloading and then sending back to step one. This was before I worked for Bookshare. I started validating it, but I was kind of not interested in the story. It was just not turning out to be what I had hoped for. But I had already done maybe fifty or sixty pages of editing, so I didn't want my work to go to waste. So I kept renewing, even though I didn't really want to validate it. Finally I stopped downloading it. To anyone reading the book's validation history on the step one, I probably looked like the biggest flake. If anyone had tried to base their rejection just on my download history, they would have rejected it. So then about two months later I saw the same book on the step one list and I started feeling bad forit. Yes, I feel bad for lonely step one books. So I downloaded it and fixed it up and uploaded with a little help from
G Cindy. Now the book is in the collection and on the most frequently downloaded list. So I'm glad I stuck it out. But my point... and at least I think I have one is, you can't always base an assessment of scan quality on the history of validator activities shown on the step one page. Just a thought, Best, Allison To unsubscribe from this list send a blank Email to bksvol-discuss-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx put the word 'unsubscribe' by itself in the subject line. To get a list of available commands, put the word 'help' by itself in the subject line.