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Jack Spirko asked me to record a bit of an update once a week and he would stick it into his podcast.

Maybe folks could make links to the podcasts from here. That would be a nice thing.

But Jack's stuff has a bit of a time limitation. And he wants me to do the very thing I have a really hard time with: turn on a microphone and talk - all by myself. Ug. For some reason this is a bit of a struggle for me. But it works for Jack - and I figure getting more airtime in his empire is always a good thing.

Each time I record something, I write some notes. I keep thinking that I should go into a bit more detail and make my own podcast. But the idea of that has gotten put off about 20 times. And ideas of nearly all podcasts have been repeatedly put off. So, until I get some time to put this stuff into my podcasts, here are the notes of the micro-podcasts I've been making for Jack.

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Here is the latest "expert council podcast" in which paul gives his update.
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