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I added three new videos to the PIE private forum:

   - presentation by Helen Atthowe

   - the "eco poser" video by Chad Sentman

   - the Justin Rhodes bonus video

 
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paul wheaton wrote:I just now made the first post in this thread be a wiki using our new "full screen" mode.   What do you think?



Personally, I didn't like it, but that was because (1) the link to the rest of the thread was small and kind of hard to locate, and (2) I ended up on the "full screen" mode when navigating from page 4 to page 1. I didn't want to have to load two pages just to get to page 1 of the thread.

Perhaps, if a person clicks on "page 1" they get taken to the first page of the thread. If they click on the title, they get taken to the full-page view, and the full page view has a nice, easy-to-locate link to the rest of the thread?
 
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Nicole Alderman wrote:

paul wheaton wrote:I just now made the first post in this thread be a wiki using our new "full screen" mode.   What do you think?



Personally, I didn't like it, but that was because (1) the link to the rest of the thread was small and kind of hard to locate, and (2) I ended up on the "full screen" mode when navigating from page 4 to page 1. I didn't want to have to load two pages just to get to page 1 of the forum.

Perhaps, if a person clicks on "page 1" they get taken to the first page of the thread. If they click on the title, they get taken to the full-page view, and the full page view has a nice, easy-to-locate link to the rest of the thread?



Devaka and I just had a really long email exchange about your suggestions.  Some changes will be made!
 
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paul wheaton wrote:I am going to leave the price for a dozen pies (144 slices) at $100 for a few days. 



The price for pie is currently:

$3 for a single slice

$2.50 per slice for a whole pie (12 slices)

$0.69 per slice for 12 pies ($100 total)

The price for 12 pies will go up in a couple of days to $2.08 per slice ($300 total)



 
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I like the new buy pie picture
 
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All of the video from Permaculture Voices 1, 2 and 3.

I think that for the first year after PV1, you could get all of the video from PV1 for something like $300.   And now, through a lot of discussion with Diego, we have all of the video from PV1, PV2 and PV3 for $165 in the PIE stuff.   The offer is for the next 72 hours.  Once you buy, you can take all the months and years you need to watch all of these videos.

Just to give you an idea, here is a list of the presentations for PV1:

geoff lawton

    - Permaculture Designers Manual in One Hour (Keynote)
    - Permaculture Earthworks
    - Permaculture & the Tipping Point (Keynote)
    - Reading the Permaculture Landscape

Willie Smits

    - Village Based Permaculture Approaches in Indonesia

Wilie Smits & Peter Hirst

    - Permaculture in a half million-acre forest concession in Indonesia

toby hemenway

    - Why Agriculture Can Never Be Sustainable, and a Permaculture Solution
    - Backing Away from the Energy Cliff: A Permaculturists Guide to Thinking About Energy

Joel Salatin

    - Successional Success: Fields of Farmers
    - Staking Fiefdoms
    - Ballet in the Pasture

Allan Savory

    - Why Management Needs to be Holistic to Avert Tragedy
    - Livestock in New Agriculture

Paul Wheaton

    - Wood Stoves 2.0: The Latest in rocket mass heaters
    - The Design of intentional community
    - Increasing the Velocity of Permaculture (Keynote)

Dr. Elaine Ingham

    - Soil: It’s All About Life
    - Building Soil Health (Keynote)

jack spirko
    - Building a Profitable Permaculture Business

Greg Judy

    - Profitable Methods Used to Heal the Land With Mob Grazing
    - Multi-Species Grazing on Leased Land

Mark Shepard

    - Restoration Agriculture: Designing Your Perennial Farm
    - Alleycropping and Silvopasture: Transitioning to Restoration Agriculture

Adam Klaus

    - Small Dairy Herds for Small Farms
    - Biodynamics for Better Farming

Larry Santoyo

    - Permaculture for Humanity: Moderating the Urgency of Urbanism
    - Permaculture for Humanity: The Economics of Sharing & Caring

Neil Bertrando

    - 3 Years and 1 Acre in the High Desert

Nadia Lawton

    - Working with Traditional Communities from a Woman’s Perspective

Rob Avis

    - Lessons & Learnings: Starting a Permaculture-Based Business

Sarah Aubrey

    - Is There Really Any Grant Money Out There?

Valerie Loew

    - Edible HOAs. Want to plant edibles and live in peace with your HOA?

Ryan Harb & Bill Bean

    - Building Actionable Plans for Your Permaculture Initiatives

Rishi Kumar

    - Advance Suburban Permaculture

Philip Rutter

    - Plant Trees, But Not Just Any Tree

Peter Hirst

    - Biochar Basics

Peter Ash

    - Rehabilitating Polluted Ecosystems with Compost

Paul Greive

    - Guerrilla Marketing Field Guide for Small Farms

Patricia Foreman

    - Why Chickens Are the Enablers and Heroes of Permaculture Design and Healthy Sustainability

Owen Hablutzel

    - Permaculture Horizons: Dynamic Design for the Anthropocene
    - Drought Resilience for the Twenty-First Century

Michael Gold

    - Chestnut: Building a Perennial Specialty Crop Industry from Scratch

Joseph Simcox

    - Ecological Adaptation Strategy

John Roulac

    - Can Business be a Tool for Real Change?

John Kitsteiner

    - Permaculture: The Missing Key to Health

Jane Higginson

    - Attracting Native Pollinators to Your Permaculture System

Fraser Bliss

    - Life’s Too Short for 9-to-5: How to Find Your Niche and Start or Grow Your Own Business

Doniga Markegard

    - Wildlife, Ranching, Carbon and Policy: Creating Lasting Change

David Eggleton & Stephen Kent

    - Learning for Life

Curtis Stone

    - SPIN Farming

Craig Sponholtz

    - Reversing Desertification With Sticks, Rocks, and Ancient Wisdom
    - Harvesting Water by Healing Watersheds

Chris Arnold

    - Reinventing Fast Food: Better Ingredients from More Sustainable Sources

Adam Brock

    - Toward a Pattern Language of Invisible Structures
    - Greening the Food Desert: Urban Permaculture in Denver

Paul Kearsley

    - Conceptual Illustration for Permaculture


And THAT is just the least of speakers for PV1!  To see the details for each event:

   https://permies.com/t/pv1
   https://permies.com/t/pv2
   https://permies.com/t/pv3

The special offer for PIE people (you must be logged in and own at least one piece of pie to see this):

   https://permies.com/t/86172

To learn more about PIE and how to get a piece or two of PIE:

   https://permies.com/t/pie



 
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paul wheaton wrote:I added three new videos to the PIE private forum:

   - presentation by Helen Atthowe

   - the "eco poser" video by Chad Sentman

   - the Justin Rhodes bonus video


I just saw this, and had forgotten about that video.

How's the reaction been? I'm sorry, I feel like I dropped the ball, but that whole project took a serious backseat after we got land. I do intend to eventually continue unless someone else beats me to it.
 
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Chad Sentman wrote:

paul wheaton wrote:I added three new videos to the PIE private forum:

   - presentation by Helen Atthowe

   - the "eco poser" video by Chad Sentman

   - the Justin Rhodes bonus video


I just saw this, and had forgotten about that video.

How's the reaction been? I'm sorry, I feel like I dropped the ball, but that whole project took a serious backseat after we got land. I do intend to eventually continue unless someone else beats me to it.



I think the reception has been all positive.  Not huge raves - but generally positive.  

I didn't want to make the video public without your permission and you never responded, so I started giving it away with patreon and then pie!


Hey everybody!  If you like Chad's video, click on the thumbs up for his post (the post just before this post)!



 
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I really enjoyed Chad's video.  He has a lovely voice. 
 
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