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podcast with paul wheaton on permaculture, wofati, etc.

 
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paul wheaton wrote:

Chris Watkins wrote:Have you done a podcast about sharing knowledge/ideas/wisdom? And if not, how about it?



Are you asking me or Jack?



I meant you (sorry for the vagueness) but interested if Jack has an answer, too.

Just got the feeds set up on my phone (your podcast and Jack's) and downloaded a bunch of them - will be listening to them soon.
 
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I did one about "how to get permaculture to be a household word" - I think that went out a few days ago.

I frequently encourage people to start blogs and make links to all stuff (not just my stuff) that they think is good.

We have some ideas in the tinkering forum. But I have to admit, that I'm a bit stumped about reaching a much larger audience. Or maybe you are asking about how to share information at the level I have now reached - like how did I go from zero to this point?

Well, either way, I think the best thing is to ask questions in the tinkering forum - there is a thread there for podcast questions. And when we fire up a podcast we turn to that thread.

 
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I suspect that 90% of the people that listen to my podcast came to listening to my podcast from Jack's show. And Jack has me back - this time we start off talking at great length about chicken stuff. Eventually we talk about Sepp's visit last year and hugelkultur.

Jack challenges my positions repeatedly and I think I counter very well. Overall I think we both had a fun time.

http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/wheaton-on-paddock-chickens

Jack told me that his audience has grown to 65,000 pod people. So I am freaky pleased to have been given the opportunity to infect so many brains with my stuff.
 
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I found HIM through your website, Paul.

I am posting the link to the podcast bundles here so I can find it easier later.

http://www.scubbly.com/search/?q=paul+wheaton
 
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