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New Sepp Holzer Videos on Youtube

 
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Hey Permies,

Someone posted a two part video from the Holzerhof, where Sepp is having a seminar.
It's only from the first day of the seminar. The first video is the introduction and the second video the group walks around the property with Sepp.
The left audio channel is austrian and the right audio channel is the english translation.

I don't know whether the videos have been posted already or not but just to be sure, here are the links:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZGgi8yZl84
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfgRJjA6ApU

I take no credit whatsoever for this, I just happen to find the videos. Maybe someone attended the seminar?

cheers and have fun. Some classic Sepp ranting there
 
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Good job on spotting the videos N. Brun!

I have used the YouTube button to make the videos appear below:



For future reference, if you like, this thread explains how to display YouTube videos, images, and make links on permies posts.
 
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Went to watch these and they have apparently been set private now. Oh well. Maybe they will show up later down the road again.
 
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these videos dont appear to work did the poster on you tube have permission ?

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*sigh*

Sorry for this. I watched them last night, they were still public. I hope that at least some of you could watch them.
I guess we can close the thread now

The end was cool, he presented the newest projects he was working on.
He claimed that you don't need permission to put up art in your garden, so he disguised technology in artsy objects
 
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Just an idea, but the videos may have gone private because Sepp Holzer hosts seminars, and those have to be paid for. So it would, I think, be rather embarrassing to get caught sharing paid content. I do not know whether the video poster had permission for filming or not. I'm just speculating, and also, we did not pay to see his seminars, so sadly, we wouldn't get access anyways. It does make me a little sad, because knowledge is power, and knowledge is just cool! (reason why I'm partial to open-sourcing), but we know the rules/laws. *sigh* Yeah, just a little sad some knowledge escaped our grasps...
 
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