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     $88,039!



 
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This page has links to various Homeschooling organizations: https://hslda.org/content/orgs/
I expect there are a lot of groups like https://www.home-school.com/groups/ where a heads-up to the Kickstarter could be posted as well.
 
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There used to be a lot of homeschooling groups on Facebook when I was on there. The ones I saw were all local ones, and a bigger buy-sell-swap one for all Australia.

Someone who uses Facebook could get a kickback link, join a bunch of groups by searching for city or state names and homeschooling and then post links in these groups.
 
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I looked into homeschooling connections a bit but figured the best way would be organically from permies or their friends who would be more "believable" than me as they post.

So if you do have homeschooling connections or know how to do the facebook thing, please give it a shot! We can set you up with a referral link so you can make a significant cut of the referrals you bring to the kickstarter.  The more you bring, the more you make!  More details here:  https://permies.com/wiki/kickback  
 
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Does anyone on permies.com homeschool in Pennsylvania?  Bc I googled and there's a ton of groups, besides the very big CHAP which runs a mega homeschooling conference each Mother's Day weekend (or at least did in pre-pandemic days).  And I know that some of their workshops, back in the day, were aimed at those who endeavored to be self-sufficient,so the audience is right.  

It's all different from when I homeschooled, in the internet's infancy.  Would any currently tied-in homeschoolers be willing to send the video out to some of the groups?  In Pennsylvania or any other state?
 
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Laura Rutherford wrote:Okay, ya got me. Sadly, no new nudity to report.
If you keep this up, I will have to boost my pledge. Just having a hard time getting over the shipping sticker shock - in our Monopoly money, that will work out to over 130 clams and I am not a rich woman. Barely solvent, actually. But I need at least one hard copy...



Did you see Mike's strategy?  Something about one order for $65 specifying the "virgin islands" thing.  And then a second order for a lessor amount to get exactly one physical book.



You wore me down - I bumped my pledge up, the only problem now is that it won't let me do the second order, it just changes my pledge from the higher to the lower. I need a hard copy!
 
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Mike Haasl wrote:I looked into homeschooling connections a bit but figured the best way would be organically from permies or their friends who would be more "believable" than me as they post.

So if you do have homeschooling connections or know how to do the facebook thing, please give it a shot! We can set you up with a referral link so you can make a significant cut of the referrals you bring to the kickstarter.  The more you bring, the more you make!  More details here:  https://permies.com/wiki/kickback  



I have a few connections up here in the Great White - I posted on the other thread. As soon as I get a code, I'll gird up my loins and wade back into the F/b <insert not-thrilled face here>
 
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Laura Rutherford wrote:

paul wheaton wrote:

Laura Rutherford wrote:Okay, ya got me. Sadly, no new nudity to report.
If you keep this up, I will have to boost my pledge. Just having a hard time getting over the shipping sticker shock - in our Monopoly money, that will work out to over 130 clams and I am not a rich woman. Barely solvent, actually. But I need at least one hard copy...



Did you see Mike's strategy?  Something about one order for $65 specifying the "virgin islands" thing.  And then a second order for a lessor amount to get exactly one physical book.



You wore me down - I bumped my pledge up, the only problem now is that it won't let me do the second order, it just changes my pledge from the higher to the lower. I need a hard copy!



If it's cheaper for you, I could send you one of mine. No idea what media mail costs from zipcode 40330 to Nova Scotia, I recently sent 5 pounds of tractor parts to PEI and it cost $55 US! I'm just going to get two hardcopies for my use, and give the rest to the Knights' who say free, so I don't mind getting one for you...
 
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Laura Rutherford wrote:

paul wheaton wrote:

Laura Rutherford wrote:Okay, ya got me. Sadly, no new nudity to report.
If you keep this up, I will have to boost my pledge. Just having a hard time getting over the shipping sticker shock - in our Monopoly money, that will work out to over 130 clams and I am not a rich woman. Barely solvent, actually. But I need at least one hard copy...



Did you see Mike's strategy?  Something about one order for $65 specifying the "virgin islands" thing.  And then a second order for a lessor amount to get exactly one physical book.



You wore me down - I bumped my pledge up, the only problem now is that it won't let me do the second order, it just changes my pledge from the higher to the lower. I need a hard copy!


Did you try with a second credit card?  Or having a friend/partner/dentist sign up and pledge for the lower level?
 
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You wore me down - I bumped my pledge up, the only problem now is that it won't let me do the second order, it just changes my pledge from the higher to the lower. I need a hard copy!



If it's cheaper for you, I could send you one of mine. No idea what media mail costs from zipcode 40330 to Nova Scotia, I recently sent 5 pounds of tractor parts to PEI and it cost $55 US! I'm just going to get two hardcopies for my use, and give the rest to the Knights' who say free, so I don't mind getting one for you...

That's mighty neighbourly of you, Joshua! I looked it up on the USPS site and assuming I'm guestimating the porportions of the book correctly, it shouldn't cost much more than $5.
 
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Howdy!
I think I may have offended a few folks, but I did send it out, and managed to post links in social forums.
I can only hope that some of them take a look.

Vote early, vote often!
Good Evening!
 
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Oh WOW!

We now have 1,900 backers, and it's 999% funded! Amazing! Everyone's work in spreading the word is working!
 
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Here's to helping to build the snowball!  I just upped my reward/backer level for the project!
Mostly because of the amazing stretch goals!

Now the project is 1001.9% funded!
 
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paul wheaton wrote:

I feel like our recipe is strong.  Our product is strong.  Our video is strong.  Everything is very strong. We have all the pieces for world domination - to get the attentions of millions ...  but there is some piece that I'm missing.  Something where I am falling short.  Something that smart people know that is somehow eluding me.  A catalyst.  A tiny switch or lever.  A button.  A speck that is blocking the a massive thing.   Something that will infect 100 million brains with permaculture.  Some itty bitty bit that will set off a chain reaction and get all of everything to take off and deeply solve a list of global problems.

What is the itty bitty bit?  



The itty bitty bit is all about a bloke called Vilfredo Pareto.  In a nut shell, 80% more people have to see the Kickstarter, Video, and benefits to get 20% growth and 20% of the peeps who have a $US 65 and under will increase their pledge.  In my mind is lets get the 80 % to increase and prove our mate Vilfredo does not always get his observed principle right!!!  20% will never budge no matter the prize .......  Which 20%, one never knows until the fat lady permies get back to world dominating.  Just do it!!  Oh I forgot, I am a fat permie I had better just do it

What Is the Pareto Principle?

The Pareto Principle, named after esteemed economist Vilfredo Pareto, specifies that 80% of consequences come from 20% of the causes, asserting an unequal relationship between inputs and outputs. This principle serves as a general reminder that the relationship between inputs and outputs is not balanced. The Pareto Principle is also known as the Pareto Rule or the 80/20 Rule.
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   The Pareto Principle states that 80% of consequences come from 20% of the causes.
   The principle, which was derived from the imbalance of land ownership in Italy, is commonly used to illustrate the notion that not things are equal, and the minority owns the majority.
   Unlike other principles, the Pareto Principle is merely an observation, not law. Although broadly applied, it does not apply to every scenario.  [https://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/paretoprinciple.asp]

 
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Re: SKIP and homeschooling, we don’t homeschool but I am essentially making SKIP the core of a “curriculum” for my 8 year old this summer (along with lots of gardening, which has to be in containers, but is still more of a chance to do it than kiddo has ever had).

It would be a ton of work, but a website (or even a book) branded and geared towards that sort of thing (helping parents plan and execute a permie “curriculum” at home targeted at various age groups) could make some $ and infect brains. Package it as homeschool/unschooling resources - heck, if you get fancy you can do what lots of other educational sites do with little digital rewards/items for an avatar kids can buy with points they earn, make a place for them to upload pics and document their work, etc. People pay for that stuff, and making it modular (things like growing, sewing, etc) would make it something you could even market to main-stream schools.
 
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$89,029!!!

(Thanks to Mike and Paul being asleep, I finally got to post one of the big numbers!)

It would be a ton of work, but a website (or even a book) branded and geared towards that sort of thing (helping parents plan and execute a permie “curriculum” at home targeted at various age groups) could make some $ and infect brains.



I think this is a cool idea! I'm not sure how game Paul would be to head it up, as he's more inclined to working with adults, and primary/secondary education doesn't seem to be a focus for him. But, I think this would be a really neat avenue to explore!
 
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Nicole Alderman wrote:$89,029!!!
(Thanks to Mike and Paul being asleep, I finally got to post one of the big numbers!)

Congratulations Nicole.  If we can kick the pledges up a notch you might be able to post the big 90 before they wake up.  I've done a hundred.
Let's get it up so Nicole to make the BIG announcement.

 
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Upped mine to the $100! I cannot WAIT for this thing to finish! This is amazing!
 
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JUST SHY OF $90k!!!
 
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$27 away.....
 
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Woop!
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Oh my goodness, I just woke up to see we'd made it to $90,000, and I got the big number posted before Paul and Mike. This is going to be a good day!

Here's the NEXT stretch goal!



I think this one is super neat! As Mark Brunnr and Paul were saying yesterday, the awesome cover/book artists sketched us all into the video!



And, it looks like 20 people will get to be sketched into the book if we hit the next stretch goal!

Here's a shiny link to....

 

 
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So you might put backers images in the book?
So you might put MY image in the book???
I THOUGHT YOU WANTED THIS THING TO SALE, NOT SCARE PEOPLE!!
 
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Keith Pagett wrote:So you might put backers images in the book?
So you might put MY image in the book???
I THOUGHT YOU WANTED THIS THING TO SALE, NOT SCARE PEOPLE!!


Scare people or not, how cool is it to be immortalized as a cartoon in a book like this?!!
Any estimates on the current number of books that will be printed?  Then we can calculate how little it could cost per print of our mugs!
 
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Greg Martin wrote:Scare people or not, how cool is it to be immortalized as a cartoon in a book like this?!!
Any estimates on the current number of books that will be printed?  Then we can calculate how little it could cost per print of our mugs!



This entire project is just wicked cool!
 
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my narcissism is really pushing me to buy more books now
 
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Will the illustrations also only be for the top bidders, or will they be raffled among all $65+ folks?
 
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Watched it, I'm in another time zone and didn't get it until now, quite busy right now. I hope it did something.

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I saw your video here before you started the kickstarter, so I never watched it on kickstarter, I just backed the project. Sometimes I just read through a kickstarter instead of watching as well.
 
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Jennifer Kowalski wrote:Will the illustrations also only be for the top bidders, or will they be raffled among all $65+ folks?



$65 and up peeps will be asked "you want your likeness drawn into our illustrations?"  Of all the people that say "yes" we will sort them in order of contribution and the top 20 will get their likeness in the book.

So maybe everybody that wants in gets in - because maybe only a dozen want this.  

Or, as happened in the last kickstarter, there were a few people that added $1 or $3 and that made the difference.
 
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Will the top 6 backers be able to claim one ticket to each of the events (Jamboree, SKIP, and Rocket) if they so choose, or would they have to pick one event and then the opportunity to choose an event ticket goes down to the next bracket of donors?
 
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Robin Swindle wrote:Will the top 6 backers be able to claim one ticket to each of the events (Jamboree, SKIP, and Rocket) if they so choose, or would they have to pick one event and then the opportunity to choose an event ticket goes down to the next bracket of donors?


Hi Robin,
During the greenhouse Kickstarter, the stretch goals for  6 tickets to the PDC and 6 tickets to the SKIP Event were achieved. I said yes to both and won one ticket to each so if not may people want (or can use) tickets, someone could win more than one ticket.  At least that is how it worked for the Totally (Awesome) off grid greenhouse Kickstarter.
Since I already have tickets to the summer events, I am hoping to be one of the six ticket winners to the RMH event in the fall.
 
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Robin Swindle wrote:Will the top 6 backers be able to claim one ticket to each of the events (Jamboree, SKIP, and Rocket) if they so choose, or would they have to pick one event and then the opportunity to choose an event ticket goes down to the next bracket of donors?



The top backer could choose to get a ticket to all three events.

When doing this sort of thing in the past, it seems that most people pass on the events.  I think in the last kickstarter, 600 people could have elected to come to the PDC, but only about 30 said they wanted to come.  

Last year we offered tickets to two events.  Of the people that wanted to come to something, most seemed to want to just come to one event.   But a few wanted to come to both and were offered both.  I think one person scored a ticket and said "can I trade this ticket for a ticket to the other event?"  :)    No.  

So, I think a person backing at $65 has about a 10% chance of getting in.   And a person backing at $66 has a 25% chance.

Does this help?
 
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Thank you for your responses Opalyn and Paul. I feel like I full understand how the event tickets will be distributed to the Kickstarter backers now.
 
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I would like to get feedback on this year's system of

  super early bird (29 goodies)
  early bird (26 goodies)
  last chance early bird  (23 goodies)
  swirly bird (20 goodies)
  twirly bird (17 goodies)
  burly bird (14 goodies)
  whirly bird (11 goodies)
  squirrely bird (8 goodies)


I'm pretty sure it was a big help.  But I wouldn't mind hearing some feedback from backers.
 
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Just a question. How come I was getting 3 to 4 updates a day and suddenly I haven't gotten one in 2 days. Has something happened that I missed? Thanks
 
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Saralee Couchoud wrote:Just a question. How come I was getting 3 to 4 updates a day and suddenly I haven't gotten one in 2 days. Has something happened that I missed? Thanks



We were crusing through the stretch goals and announcing them.   And now things have slowed down.
 
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OK, just seemed like it happened suddenly and I don't want to miss anything. Thanks
 
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