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Hey Paul can you add a couple big neon, eye catching buttons to your site. I like the buttons Jack Spirko uses.
The point is that your pod cast is hard to find. We want to hear you, but your hard to find.
Now gird your feathers because here comes a ruffle. Can the Forum, be tweaked a bit. I am fond of the alphabet concept, and putting like items with like items. Don't want to sound unsupportive. It's just the site has so much, an improved file system would be like clean saw dust floors in the coop.
By the way you sir are overdue for another guest appearance on TSP.  
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Tinkering ? Moved ? My questions were thoughtful, constructive, complementary, kind, and hopefully a little witty. Why the censorship ? Isn't the whole idea to further these ideas on all fronts. Pauls Podcast is a valuable contribution in this regard. You bury this with little explanation. It is like you are censoring yourself. What gives ?
 
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This is a very censor heavy board.

I didn't move your stuff, but I think the staffer that did was helping you and me.  I read the stuff in tinkering far more often than anywhere else.  I'm just overwhelmed.

Podcast is hard to find:  I'm not gonna use neon, but maybe you can tell me where you went and tried to find the podcast and we can go from there.

 
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Hey Paul the neon comment was part of what I hoped would be funny. As for finding you, well I can't find your podcast here. Maybe you want it that way. I finally got updated on Face Book, but I gotta tell you I had to jump through a couple hoops to make it happen. Maybe you should try it yourself. Just think that your net isn't gonna catch as many fish as it should. Lets face it this is the post Pepsi generation, filled with lazy people. I wonder how many people on this site were one time stumblers. You know just came across. Sink that hook buddy, real-em in. Pease !
 
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Right now I'm following jack's advice:  the most important thing is to get people signed up for the email thing. With that, people will receive an email about each new podcast.

I'm not a consumer of podcasts, so there is a lot I don't know about that space.  My impression, at this moment, is that most people wanna get podcasts via itunes.

Hmmm ....  I have an idea ...

 
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better?
 
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Jack has done well. I am sure his advice is good. Getting the feet wet and all that. I would say that polish and ease of use lends itself well to your empire building efforts. I say it is time to break the backs of the commercial farmer through sheer envy of your cash flow. Please don't forget the masses of stumblers(net surfers who googled a new word). All those potential brothers and customers gone bye bye.
 
I agree. Here's the link: https://richsoil.com/wood-heat.jsp
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