What does it do?
Typecast lets you host your own interview - invite your blog readers, fans, students or friends to ask you questions and then choose which ones you want to answer. The questions that get the most votes bubble up to the top to help you pick the ones that people most want the answer to.
Who is it for?
Hopefully it's for anyone that would find it useful - if you run a blog and have your fair share of readers & fans, you might find it useful running an interview to answer their questions. You could then post those answers on your own blog.
If you're a lecturer, you can use it to answer questions from your students (or students around the world) on a topic of your choice.
Typecast is for anyone that wants to answer questions from around the world.
Can I have a large image of your logo for a blog post?
Feel free to use this..
What about an image of a sample Typecast?
And here's one with the header included:
Can I write about Typecast on my site?
Of course! If you'd like to blog about Typecast and would like early access to try it out, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org, and instead of using the image above you could use a picture of your own Typecast.
It looks like you've found a study that I'm conducting - I'd appreciate it if you just skipped over this bit and acted like you hadn't discovered anything at all. To be perfectly honest, this is all just immensely skippable until I've got something worth saying - go about your business as if you hadn't read anything about my Phengodidae idea at here. It's not like there's anything of value amongst any of this anyway - I'm just looking at things at a document level and adjusting them based on more filtered text.