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paul wheaton
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Okay, I shelled out a rather enormous amount of money and purchased 100 jump drives. Plus I sent a memory card and the data is being copied to the jump drives. Soon the jump drives will arrive.

44 people said they would shell out $60 for this. Now is the time to pony up. Please send $60 via paypal to paul at richsoil.com. Make sure that your paypal address is set right - cuz that's the address I plan on using.

This contains all of my podcasts and videos, 70 of Jack's podcasts and a gigabyte sized video, plus all of tall paul's podcasts.
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Bam!



 
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Oh yea!
 
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Done.

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OK I'm in.
 
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Oh no, I don't think India allows me to use PayPal from here! Can I use a visa card? Or should I have a friend in the US purchase it for me?
 
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Rebecca Norman wrote:Oh no, I don't think India allows me to use PayPal from here! Can I use a visa card? Or should I have a friend in the US purchase it for me?


Paypal does visa.

India .... how reliable is your mail? Oh my - I didn't think about shipping to india. If you could add in ten bucks, that would be helpful.

I know that I have sent stuff to India before and it seems like there is a 40% chance that the package will never get there.
 
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OK, coming your way shortly.
 
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I didn't commit earlier, but would like one. Is there any payment method I can use other than PayPal? I'm not a patron of their business, but I'll save that tirade for another day.
 
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Josh Ritchey wrote:I didn't commit earlier, but would like one. Is there any payment method I can use other than PayPal? I'm not a patron of their business, but I'll save that tirade for another day.


Dwolla?
 
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paul wheaton wrote:
Dwolla?

Cool, do you use/take dwolla Paul?
 
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I'm in. Just sent my money! Thanks Paul!
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paul wheaton wrote:
Paypal does visa.

India .... how reliable is your mail? Oh my - I didn't think about shipping to india. If you could add in ten bucks, that would be helpful.

I know that I have sent stuff to India before and it seems like there is a 40% chance that the package will never get there.


India is paranoid about transactions they can't monitor so last I heard, Paypal was illegal or blocked here. Anyway, you're right about the Indian klepto-postal system so I'll have a friend purchase it for me in the US and save it till I visit.

Is there a link I can send her, or do I only have to quote this to her? "Please send $60 via paypal to paul at richsoil.com. Make sure that your paypal address is set right - cuz that's the address I plan on using."

Thanks!
 
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It is sent, sir.
 
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Money sent via paypal
 
paul wheaton
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Jerry McIntire wrote:
paul wheaton wrote:
Dwolla?

Cool, do you use/take dwolla Paul?


Yes. I used it for the first time about two weeks ago. paul at richsoil.com.

 
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Rebecca Norman wrote:
Is there a link I can send her, or do I only have to quote this to her? "Please send $60 via paypal to paul at richsoil.com. Make sure that your paypal address is set right - cuz that's the address I plan on using."



That seems to be working so far. It has been a long time since I have tried to set up a paypal link.

 
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Done!
 
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I totally want one but did not respond earlier. Can I still get in on this fantastic deal??
 
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Chris Holloway wrote:I totally want one but did not respond earlier. Can I still get in on this fantastic deal??


Yup! I had to pay for 100 of them. And 44 people said they would buy them. So I will have 56 extras to sell over time.
 
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What about Amazon? I have bought other permies stuff on Amazon.

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Hey Paul,

Check out Gumroad as an easier alternative to Paypal for this type of thing.

Cheers,

Chris

 
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Paul,
So everything comes on a jump drive. Please forgive is it both audio and video? I am on a dial-up that doesn't work half the time.
I would be interested as well.
Katherine
 
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Katherine Tedder wrote:
So everything comes on a jump drive. Please forgive is it both audio and video? I am on a dial-up that doesn't work half the time.
I would be interested as well.
Katherine


Yes. It is all on a jump drive: the podcasts (audio) as well as Paul's fine collection of videos.
I'm not on dial-up, but my internet connection is so 'iffy' that this will be a great way for me to utilize my times when the internet is down. Plus, having the entire collection in one place will be a great help as well.


 
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John,
Thanks for the great reply. I'm in! If I PayPal the money in will you know what it's for? Will I be emailed for my address?
Sorry, I have not purchased anything from permies.
Katherine
 
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Chris Badgett wrote:
Check out Gumroad as an easier alternative to Paypal for this type of thing.


How is gumroad different from scubbly.

The issue of the moment is a physical product. It sounds like gumroad does not fit that. So I am really confused at how you think it fits.
 
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Katherine Tedder wrote:Paul,
So everything comes on a jump drive. Please forgive is it both audio and video? I am on a dial-up that doesn't work half the time.
I would be interested as well.
Katherine


The audio files are all mp3.

The video files are a mix of formats - but they are what was uploaded to youtube.
 
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Katherine Tedder wrote:John,
Thanks for the great reply. I'm in! If I PayPal the money in will you know what it's for? Will I be emailed for my address?
Sorry, I have not purchased anything from permies.
Katherine


Most paypal folks have an address set up with paypal. That is what we will use.
 
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Can I hand you a sweaty wad of cash in Temecula? Will you be bringing any with you? (We can forego on the sweat factor.)
 
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Hi Paul
I am in South Africa. Will the extra 10 dollars cover postage to my neck of the woods?
 
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Chad Sentman wrote:Can I hand you a sweaty wad of cash in Temecula? Will you be bringing any with you? (We can forego on the sweat factor.)


I will try to remember to do that. I think Diego will have a table to sell stuff, so we will make sure he is well stocked.
 
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Elaine Fike wrote:Hi Paul
I am in South Africa. Will the extra 10 dollars cover postage to my neck of the woods?


Let's say for now that it will. We won't really know until we get to the post office.

 
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Hi Paul - do the "unlimited rights" to use the podcasts still stand? How about the videos included on the PODS? I ask because I would be interested in using some as additional resources in a PDC. And what about the earthworks DVDs - could I show these to a class? Let me know what's kosher. I await your word, cash in hand, to determine my pledge on the kickstarter.

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Thanks for asking that question, Jen - I'd love to do the same, given the amount of knowledge packed in that doodad.
 
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The idea is that all of this content has been provided for free at some point. But people have crappy internet. So if you find somebody that would like it and you have the drive in your hand, you can give them a copy. Or, you can give them the drive and tell them to make a copy and pass the drive on.

I don't want to see people offering copies on via the internet. All of this is already available on the internet.

I don't mind somebody saying "I have the golden ticket and you can come to my house and get it all."

I don't mind somebody selling their drive on ebay or the like - complete with the unlimited distribution license.

I am wired in a weird way. I feel I need to be respectful to many people involved in this and my own sense of what is "right". So I would have to say that whoever hold the jump drive can give away copies face-to-face. Therefore, a person that is NOT holding the jump drive is NOT allowed to give away copies (however, they are naturally encouraged to tell people about where they can get those same materials on the internet).



 
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Thanks Paul.

With regards SPECIFICALLY to the Earthworks DVD set, could I show them as part of a PDC course. Some vids have licenses limiting them to public showings only if they are FREE events OR they have a different license that one must purchase to show it to ANY outside audience.

When in doubt about these things, I always ask. For instance - I would be able to use Geoff's video on Food Forests as part of a PDC without further licensing. However, I would NOT be able to use the videos he created for his online PDC as part of my PDC. This is the distinction I'm looking for because I respect the amount of work and energy that has gone into these products. I want to respect the creator's intention surrounding their use.
 
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I think that for anything on the jump drive, it can be shared with an audience. Just as you can watch any of the youtube videos to an audience. People have sent me pictures showing my youtube videos being shown in university classes. fine by me.

As for the earthworks DVD, I would like to ask that you ask that in the thread about that.

 
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Paypaled you this day.
 
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