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I spent the last 24 hours carving up the rest of the footage of me standing in front of a room.

It's all poor sound.  It all looks about the same.  The only difference is me talking about slightly different topics.

So I have 16 of these ready to go.  And it looks like it isn't something people like much.  The view count is really low.  The facebook share count is low too.

Here are the rough topics of the 16:

eliminating irrigation
holzer vs. holmgren
joel salatin
desert to jungle
knapweed
missoula and sepp holzer
natives and invasives
newspaper, cardboard and lasagna gardening
permaculture millionaire
ponds and polywogs
raised beds and ruth stout
sepp, ants, aphids, bits and bobs
sepp holzer seed mixture
sepp holzer shelter
sepp and controlling blackberries
wheaton eco scale

Maybe I should keep these as backup only.



 
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eliminating irrigation
natives and invasives
newspaper, cardboard and lasagna gardening

These are my top three picks, things I would most like to hear about. But I'm a newbie and don't even know what some of the other stuff is yet. Whenever you decide to make those available I would watch them all, I learn best from listening, seeing and doing, reading is last.
 
                                    
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I liked the content, but it wasn't great as a video.  I'd recommend realizing this type of stuff as a podcast.  Ideally with better sound.
 
                                              
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I disagree!

While it might not be as exciting as watching a RMH come to life, this is exactly the type of thing you should put up. I mean, why not? The biggest thing this topic lacks is awareness and understanding, so every little piece of info you can share with the world can be helpful. Plus, it's not like it costs more to post more! Personally, I can't wait to hear about the seed mix, permaculture millionaire and joel salatin.
 
                              
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Howdy, Paul.

I like most of your vids I've seen (maybe a dozen), but the lecture was a bit rough with the sound issues.

Still, more content is better, imo.  Of those topics, I'd prefer these:

eliminating irrigation
holzer vs. holmgren
joel salatin
natives and invasives
permaculture millionaire

A podcast would be fine, but if there are no demonstrations or whiteboard info, etc, I can always just listen to the vid.

Thanks, btw, for all your work.  Excellent, entertaining, and informative.
 
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