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podcast 183: Behind the Scenes at Permies

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Ever wondered what it's like behind the scenes here? Want to know how chaotic it really is? And what you can do to help?

Paul Wheaton talks to Jocelyn Campbell talk about the work that goes into “the empire.” They talk about Paul’s email river, participation in other forums, setting up recent workshops, and priorities for the upcoming west-coast tour. Paul and Jocelyn thank the staff and volunteers helping permies.com, as well as his tech-supporters like Paul Little and the folks at coderanch.com. Paul shares briefly about his laptop-buying experience. Paul asks people check out the tinkering forum if they would like to help. They talk about NCAT.

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