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So I was checking out the "3 honor system farm stands" video and noticed a link that says "As Seen On: The Survival Podcast Forum". The link leads to a youtube page that consolidates videos from various sources for which links were posted in that forum. And one can subscribe to that page, so TSP now casts a wider net. If such a page were created for this forum it would be awe-some. Maybe Jack can help.

http://www.youtube.com/social/blog/thesurvivalpodcast-forum
 
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Have you tried:

http://www.youtube.com/user/paulwheaton12 ?

 
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Yes, I've seen most of Paul's videos and I'm subscribed to his channel. The type of "Permies YouTube page" I'm referring to would compile all videos mentioned on this forum, whether by Paul or done by others. If the video was done by others then the video would get an "As seen on" link to the Permies YouTube page, which then links back to the forum post.

So, if Gerd (or Joe Blow) stumbles upon a YouTube video about How a Rife Ram works, then he could find himself on a Permies thread a few minutes later and end up joining an online community that he didn't previously know to exist. I believe that this type of page might significantly increase traffic onto this site from like-minded folks.
 
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