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Bitshares Podcast
« on: April 13, 2014, 12:50:27 PM »

Hello Bitshares forum. You don't know me because I never post but I read you guys every day.

Within two weeks I hope to release the first episode of a podcast detailing the developments which are taking place in the bitshares ecosystem. I'm no computer scientist but I've been avidly following Invictus since the debut of Protoshares, I also posses a neutrally accented baritone. Hopefully that's sufficient to qualify me for the role.

A bi-weekly podcast allows people to make bitshares part of their weekly routine so this will be the ultimate goal. Initially however one episode a week seems like a more manageable workload.

Let's hash out the most important questions on the minds of the community and come up with detailed, concise, easily understood answers. I myself am very much a layman so my ability to understand and re communicate will inevitably be the litmus test here.

Tell me what you think guys. If you're interested in getting involved please speak up and let's start producing some media!

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Re: Bitshares Podcast
« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2014, 01:19:13 PM »
Sounds great!!  +5%

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Re: Bitshares Podcast
« Reply #2 on: April 13, 2014, 04:37:19 PM »
You should talk to forum member "fuznuts" who is trying to organize something similar

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Re: Bitshares Podcast
« Reply #3 on: April 13, 2014, 07:58:14 PM »
Sweet! I'm always looking for good crypto related podcasts, but there aren't very many. Be sure to upload it to Stitcher too and not just itunes.
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Re: Bitshares Podcast
« Reply #4 on: April 13, 2014, 08:19:35 PM »
Sounds like there is some productive discourse in that thread. I'll draw out the conclusions and report on them ;-)

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Re: Bitshares Podcast
« Reply #5 on: April 13, 2014, 09:06:33 PM »
it is official.  Legendface is the first Beyond Bitcoin Mumbler :)

Thanks Toast.  We are waiting for all of you to jump in and say hi.
« Last Edit: April 13, 2014, 09:28:37 PM by fuznuts »
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Re: Bitshares Podcast
« Reply #6 on: April 13, 2014, 10:02:30 PM »
Hello Bitshares forum. You don't know me because I never post but I read you guys every day.

Within two weeks I hope to release the first episode of a podcast detailing the developments which are taking place in the bitshares ecosystem. I'm no computer scientist but I've been avidly following Invictus since the debut of Protoshares, I also posses a neutrally accented baritone. Hopefully that's sufficient to qualify me for the role.

A bi-weekly podcast allows people to make bitshares part of their weekly routine so this will be the ultimate goal. Initially however one episode a week seems like a more manageable workload.

Let's hash out the most important questions on the minds of the community and come up with detailed, concise, easily understood answers. I myself am very much a layman so my ability to understand and re communicate will inevitably be the litmus test here.

Tell me what you think guys. If you're interested in getting involved please speak up and let's start producing some media!

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Here is an important debate I recommend for discussion.

The role of social entrepreneurship, building community, and the effectiveness of airdrops.

For the most part a majority agree that an airdrop should happen, but we don't all agree on why it should happen or how. My side of the debate is that airdrops should happen to promote long term strategic alliances and to grow the community. The strategy I proposed is based around courting social entrepreneurs and rewarding community service with airdrops. Details can be found if you check my profile for my posts.

I think it's a main topic of discussion for the forum at this time and it needs to at least be more thoroughly addressed in the podcast format. Many people are not going to want to read every post but having the different arguments discussed in a podcast would be neat as anyone could just listen to the podcast.

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Re: Bitshares Podcast
« Reply #7 on: April 13, 2014, 10:09:29 PM »
Hello Bitshares forum. You don't know me because I never post but I read you guys every day.

Within two weeks I hope to release the first episode of a podcast detailing the developments which are taking place in the bitshares ecosystem. I'm no computer scientist but I've been avidly following Invictus since the debut of Protoshares, I also posses a neutrally accented baritone. Hopefully that's sufficient to qualify me for the role.

A bi-weekly podcast allows people to make bitshares part of their weekly routine so this will be the ultimate goal. Initially however one episode a week seems like a more manageable workload.

Let's hash out the most important questions on the minds of the community and come up with detailed, concise, easily understood answers. I myself am very much a layman so my ability to understand and re communicate will inevitably be the litmus test here.

Tell me what you think guys. If you're interested in getting involved please speak up and let's start producing some media!

 8)

Here is an important debate I recommend for discussion.

The role of social entrepreneurship, building community, and the effectiveness of airdrops.

For the most part a majority agree that an airdrop should happen, but we don't all agree on why it should happen or how. My side of the debate is that airdrops should happen to promote long term strategic alliances and to grow the community. The strategy I proposed is based around courting social entrepreneurs and rewarding community service with airdrops. Details can be found if you check my profile for my posts.

I think it's a main topic of discussion for the forum at this time and it needs to at least be more thoroughly addressed in the podcast format. Many people are not going to want to read every post but having the different arguments discussed in a podcast would be neat as anyone could just listen to the podcast.

@Lucky

The mumble server can be used precisely for this...and can be more inclusive of the community than a podcast, though of course a podcast would end up being one of the perfect means for publishing what the group consensus ends up being.  It is far more efficient to speak over VOIP services for big topics like this and use forums to refine the consensus agreed upon during these sessions...
Record them with a Google Hangout and post the session under "Beyond Bitcoin" channel.  Then do a podcast with the Devs and key decision makers to speak about the pros, cons and contingencies of the finalized concensus. 

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Re: Bitshares Podcast
« Reply #8 on: April 13, 2014, 10:17:28 PM »
What is the difference between social entrepreneurship and marketing????  Can't we stick with the shorter, better-known term?


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Re: Bitshares Podcast
« Reply #9 on: April 13, 2014, 10:51:26 PM »
Hello Bitshares forum. You don't know me because I never post but I read you guys every day.

Within two weeks I hope to release the first episode of a podcast detailing the developments which are taking place in the bitshares ecosystem. I'm no computer scientist but I've been avidly following Invictus since the debut of Protoshares, I also posses a neutrally accented baritone. Hopefully that's sufficient to qualify me for the role.

A bi-weekly podcast allows people to make bitshares part of their weekly routine so this will be the ultimate goal. Initially however one episode a week seems like a more manageable workload.

Let's hash out the most important questions on the minds of the community and come up with detailed, concise, easily understood answers. I myself am very much a layman so my ability to understand and re communicate will inevitably be the litmus test here.

Tell me what you think guys. If you're interested in getting involved please speak up and let's start producing some media!

 8)

Here is an important debate I recommend for discussion.

The role of social entrepreneurship, building community, and the effectiveness of airdrops.

For the most part a majority agree that an airdrop should happen, but we don't all agree on why it should happen or how. My side of the debate is that airdrops should happen to promote long term strategic alliances and to grow the community. The strategy I proposed is based around courting social entrepreneurs and rewarding community service with airdrops. Details can be found if you check my profile for my posts.

I think it's a main topic of discussion for the forum at this time and it needs to at least be more thoroughly addressed in the podcast format. Many people are not going to want to read every post but having the different arguments discussed in a podcast would be neat as anyone could just listen to the podcast.

@Lucky

The mumble server can be used precisely for this...and can be more inclusive of the community than a podcast, though of course a podcast would end up being one of the perfect means for publishing what the group consensus ends up being.  It is far more efficient to speak over VOIP services for big topics like this and use forums to refine the consensus agreed upon during these sessions...
Record them with a Google Hangout and post the session under "Beyond Bitcoin" channel.  Then do a podcast with the Devs and key decision makers to speak about the pros, cons and contingencies of the finalized concensus. 

So where are you man??!
If I have the time to figure mumble out maybe in future debates I'll take part.

For podcast discussions I think we should let pros do a professional podcast for popular consumption. There are people who want to do podcasting, who know how to explain these things in succinct and concise ways for the general audience.

Think of Adam from LetsTalkBitcoin for example.
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Re: Bitshares Podcast
« Reply #10 on: April 14, 2014, 01:51:08 AM »
I like the idea of the mumble discussion for debate and recorded google hangouts are very useful, think of the LTBCoin announcement. Airdrops seem like a great discussion to start with. I'll school myself up on the various sides of the argument and include a section on that. I cant create and publish any content due to my current location so it won't be till after Easter.

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Re: Bitshares Podcast
« Reply #11 on: April 14, 2014, 01:53:17 AM »
my internet is not much better than dial up and I'm at work till the 18th so I'm kind of participating at a distance

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Re: Bitshares Podcast
« Reply #12 on: April 14, 2014, 02:08:07 AM »
While we're talking about world-class debates, here's a question:

1.  Who among the top-tier respected sound money advocates (e.g. Peter Schiff and his peers) would be the most likely to support crypto-assets if they somehow had the chance to consider the BitShares profitable DAC metaphor instead of the Bitcoin currency metaphor?

2.  What is a good link to a statement of their current position on Bitcoin and crypto-currencies in general? 

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Re: Bitshares Podcast
« Reply #13 on: April 14, 2014, 02:38:25 AM »
While we're talking about world-class debates, here's a question:

1.  Who among the top-tier respected sound money advocates (e.g. Peter Schiff and his peers) would be the most likely to support crypto-assets if they somehow had the chance to consider the BitShares profitable DAC metaphor instead of the Bitcoin currency metaphor?

2.  What is a good link to a statement of their current position on Bitcoin and crypto-currencies in general?

The two most likely that I can think of are:

Jeff Berwick of  http://dollarvigilante.com/

and

Mike Maloney    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=mike+maloney


Both are very strong advocates of Bitcoin.

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Re: Bitshares Podcast
« Reply #14 on: April 14, 2014, 02:45:26 AM »
While we're talking about world-class debates, here's a question:

1.  Who among the top-tier respected sound money advocates (e.g. Peter Schiff and his peers) would be the most likely to support crypto-assets if they somehow had the chance to consider the BitShares profitable DAC metaphor instead of the Bitcoin currency metaphor?

2.  What is a good link to a statement of their current position on Bitcoin and crypto-currencies in general?

The two most likely that I can think of are:

Jeff Berwick of  http://dollarvigilante.com/

and

Mike Maloney    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=mike+maloney


Both are very strong advocates of Bitcoin.

What Is Bitcoin? Mike Maloney
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apmw2wFzxfM

Bitcoin Encryption Vs Government Counterfeit - What Do You Think?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35r9VHUblVM

 

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