New Domain

It has been a long time since either Sean or I updated this blog, but know that we have not forgotten about it! Being at university means we have more work on our plates than we did last year, and so it is difficult to find the time to work on notes. We plan to return, as soon as our holidays begin, to creating high-quality (and free) study notes for your use.

What’s very clear, though, is that you have not forgotten about us. Since the beginning of this year alone, we have received over 7000 views, and exceeded 26000 all-time views. The vast majority of you are, our Stats page tells us, coming to us for help with Afrikaans poetry and the much-loved Afrikaans set-work book Lien se Lankstaanskoene, by Derick van der Walt. If the list of prescribed poems or the set-work ever change, do let us know and we shall do our best to compile notes on the new stuff as well.

 

A rather exciting new development, as you may possibly have noticed, is our recent purchase of a new domain name. We can now be found at theconsultingstudents.com though our old URL will re-direct you here, should you be slow to accept change. This purchase allows us to develop and build on our identity as a company, and will hopefully be of great benefit to both you and us.

One downside, however, is that this costs us money. Money that we don’t have a steady income to provide. So, once again, we appeal to you to donate to us, help cover the costs, and keep The Consulting Students alive! (the donation page, link on the side, is via PayPal. But don’t worry if you don’t have an account; scroll down and you’ll find an option to donate without PayPal)

 

We wish you the best of luck with your studies, and hope to see you again soon!

Posted on April 30, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thanks for helping us through this book …..not that its boring , but we took a whole year going through it without revising the previous chapters. Now that I have the summary…I hope I’ll make good use of it.

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