Wrong, read the book, read the site, talked to Mike.
I guess that's the business, though: proprietary materials make the money all come to one place.
Here, again, I assert that I have no secrets. When it comes to technical materials of metapsychology, the only things I don't share or won't explain are the things I don't know. I find it absurd that people who are interested in helping others would prevent widespread distribution of their material. "Confidentiality" is a completely weak excuse.
That goes for my own organization. If they really wanted to help people, they'd put their material on the web, and offer workshops training people to use it. To some extent, they have done so, but there are still materials that they don't put up for free. To me, this is essentially occultism (hiding the truth). It bothers me. If I were in charge, I'd put it all up for free inspection, and offer troubleshooting services and training, but put the subject in the hands of academics.
I'm not aware of anyone who puts it all up on the web, which, to me, is a bad indicator (create a mystery to jack up prices and limit competition).