Things you can do:
Share the link. Pass the name zenguitar.com along to your
friends via email or word of mouth; add the link to your
website, and feel free to download the logo as well.
2. Buy the books. Buying the Zen
Guitar book, as well as Zen
Computer, Zen Sex, and Zen
24/7, supports the work of the dojo.
Purchase them here.
Support the "First One is Free" program. "The
First One is Free" is a volunteer program designed to
give away the book Zen Guitar for free. For more information,
4. Volunteer. The Zen Guitar Dojo and its sister site, the
Zen Computer Dojo, need help designing, building, and maintaining
their web presence. If you've got server space to offer or
computer talent to spare, please contact email@example.com (subject
heading: Volunteer) with a note about what you can do.
Teach. The Zen Guitar Dojo needs music teachers for the "Lessons" page.
The Dojo is looking for teachers who can contribute their own,
original music lessons at the beginner, intermediate, and/or
advanced levels and answer member questions. If you'd like
to help, contact firstname.lastname@example.org (subject heading: Teach).
6. Translate. The book Zen Guitar has so far been published
in Italian, Finnish, and Hungarian, with German and Russian
editions on slate. If you or anyone you know can help publish
editions in other foreign languages, please contact email@example.com (subject heading: Translate).
7. Vision. Please read the ZG Plan. If there's something the
dojo is not doing that it should be doing, or some way it can
do better, let us know. The dojo is meant to be a living place,
to grow and change with the needs of its members.
8. Partnerships. The Zen Guitar and Zen Computer Dojos are
looking for mutually benefitial partnerships. If you have venture
capital or financial backing to offer and want to explore ways
of building the Zen Guitar/Zen Computer Dojo as a multimedia
outlet, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (subject heading: Partnership).