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getting the youtube video engine running again

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We had an excellent permies.com staff meeting yesterday (staph meating?) and craig made it an agenda point to get the youtube videos flowing again.  

I think I am not too far away from doing that.  

Fred, Jocelyn, Tom, Adrien and Ryan have done a lot to push me to get my patreon stuff rolling - that eliminates "i need to focus on money right now instead"

Bill bought me a new monitor - that eliminates "i don't have the gear i used to for editing"

Fred and Jocelyn are taking big parts of my job here in missoula.  

Adrien and Tracy are taking big parts of my online work.  

Fred and Josiah are working on getting me a fat upload pipe to eliminate "if I upload a video, it clogs up the internet for everybody for hours".

There was a guy here named jason that did some video editing last summer.  He did the editing on dvd2 of the new 4-dvd set.  He has been thinking of coming here and doing a bunch of editing again.  Maybe with the patreon coin, I can pay jason to do a bunch of editing for me.  

All these people ....   it feels like it is starting to come together.  I'm actually getting a bit giddy about it!  

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