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Author Topic: what happened to PodCast  (Read 8163 times)

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Re: what happened to PodCast
« Reply #20 on: September 10, 2019, 10:45:51 PM »
   I completely agree with what you are saying. And believe me when I say that I meant absolutely no disrespect and have no ill thoughts about anyone. I was just trying to stir up the pot... And it's just my opinion, but I don't think that by a person speaking to the group, that constitutes them being anything other than just one of us that is sharing. That doesn't require any lofty knowledge, degree, nor does it imply that they are "blowin their horn". I only referenced the 25% skilled/very skilled section to hopefully encourage some folks and keep the very new ones from feeling guilty, lol. Trust me, I went through many years not speaking up because I didn't think I could possibly have anything valuable to say or that anyone wanted to hear. Only in the last 10 years or so have others been telling me otherwise and I see how wrong I was. ALL of us have valuable knowledge that others would benefit from. There is an unfathomable amount of knowledge in the world! More that anyone could possibly learn in 100 lifetimes. That means we should share what we've learned. We depend on what others have already learned to help ourselves. That is how we move forward as a race, by sharing information.
   Also, I do understand that it's a lot of work to maintain a site like this. I work with wood as a hobby and to keep a token grasp on my sanity (I think). In my day job I'm a Front End Developer, and I'm back in school working on a 2nd degree. The 1st a B.A. in Web Development and the 2nd a B.S. in Computer Science. And I am following your advice and fleshing out my profile. 8)


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