TongShu.com will be live and available next week (on or about Monday, 3 November), and if you’d like to see the new sign-in page, I invite you to go check it out! The pages I’ve posted here for the first week of November are samples of the Daily Pages on the new version of the site.
The new format includes the option of looking at the current Daily Page and Acupuncture Hours Page (without signing in) by clicking on the “Look at TODAY” button. In addition, from that page, you can navigate backwards for a full week, as long as you have created a Free Account and sign in with it. If you want to introduce the site to your friends and colleagues, this is an excellent feature to point them to.
Please note: Creating a Free Account will require:
- An active email address;
- Your date of birth (which engages Personalized Service for your Daily Pages);
- Your name (as you would want it on your Zi Wei Chart, should you sign up for a paid subscription). You can change this later through Options if you wish.
For security, you’ll also be asked to select a question/answer from the drop-down menu, and to create a password. I always advise subscribers to write down the password created in a couple of places for reference if needed (though not in an obvious place on your computer). If you do forget your password, however, the question/answer option will allow you to re-set it through the email address you’ve submitted.
Subscriptions will be payable by credit card on a automatic monthly basis, and can be cancelled at the end of any month. We’re simplifying the former system of “levels of subscription,” so everyone will be getting access to the Acupuncture Open Points, as well as access to the Zi Wei Chart for their date of birth.
The technical team will be sending out an email to those of you who have had your subscriptions held in suspension while we accomplished the re-build. Their email message will give you instructions on how to extend your free access in proportion to the months left on your interrupted subscription. Please follow the instructions on responding to their email in order to have that accomplished in the most direct way. On the other hand, if you have questions about the new log-in procedure, or about the use of the Tong Shu at large, please let me know via email through firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your patience while we’ve gone through the rather arduous task of rewriting code and redesigning the interface for our new hosting circumstance. I owe a debt of gratitude I’m not sure I can ever repay to the technical team at Great Applications who have spent many months dealing with the relaunch, and I hope you’ll share my deep sense of heart-felt appreciation.