Thanks Carlos. That just reminded me of something: Steven Sashen, whose name keeps coming up on this forum, has yet another deal he's selling. He has an online book
, Scriptwriting Secrets - Writing Your Million Dollar Story
and claims to have created the industry-standard word processing software for film and television scriptwriters, called Scriptware
. On top of that, he has created a company, Cinovation, Inc., to distribute Scriptware and other software "for the creative community."
From what you just said, it appears to be yet another cash cow for someone who only recently stopped openly selling coaching in the form of Byron Katie's "Work".
In fishing lingo, the technique of multi-enterprises reminds me of something we called a "trot-line", which is illegal in some states. You string a line across a river and position hooks every foot or so. You put worms, frogs or some other tempting (live) bait on the hooks and check the line daily. In a river that hosts many fish, you find a number of them waiting to be harvested every day. My point being, that if some of these enterprises are questionable, doesn't that fall under the category of unethical?