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Chris, the best way to review all enrolled-member content is to see the posts located in the following sections:
- Martenson Insider posts: https://www.peakprosperity.com/martensoninsider
- Martenson Reports: https://www.peakprosperity.com/martensonreports
- Enrolled Member Only Forums: https://www.peakprosperity.com/forum/77
- Martenson Podcasts: https://www.peakprosperity.com/podcasts
Posts are listed in reverse chronological order, and pagination links exist at the bottom of each page to allow you to see the next “set of 10” going back in time. (The forums area shows 25 links per page)
I hope this helps.
Chris, thank you for the message. The RSS feeds are not broken. The Martenson Reports feed contains the executive summary of every report on the site: https://www.peakprosperity.com/martensonreports/feed
The Martenson Insider feed only shows content that is publicly available, and the majority of Insider posts are only accessible by enrolled members. RSS feeds require public content for new information to be displayed. If you wish to gain access to Insider information, you will need to become an enrolled member: https://www.peakprosperity.com/product/chrismartensoncom-enrollment
We’re aware and working on it.
This has to do with a compatibility issue between the text editor and IE9. We should have this fixed shortly. Thanks for your patience.
Does this list still exist? I am very interested. I tried to send an email to [email protected] in the “private message” section and the email does not work.
Private messaging is not for sending emails — it is a messaging system within the site to send a note to another user name. Send a message using whichever service you use for writing and sending emails.
Just typed “how buy silver” (red curve) and “how buy gold” (blue curve) on google insights. Clearly a large increase of “how buy silver” search since September 2010…
I used the same google feature to search “shtf” and queries have doubled in the last 12 months, give or take. No surprise, I suppose…
I could spend hours playing with this, but I’d best not…
For a reality check, here is “buy gold” and “buy silver” vs. “charlie sheen”, “christina aguilera” and “kim kardashian”.
Hi there everyone, this is Ron, your friendly PeakProsperity.com technical adviser.
I keep fairly close track of the posts in the Site Feedback & Comments folder, so no need to worry that these things go unnoticed. Chris and I have a running task list that we use to categorize next steps. As you can probably imagine, the list is always growing and we do our best to prioritize activities relative to Chris’ long-term objectives.
We have several tasks on the list which incorporate ideas suggested here, and it is certainly our goal to promote information sharing among site members. The forums as they are today allow some of this to happen, but I think we’ve got some ideas for the future which will improve on this greatly. I appreciate your patience while we work toward making this progress.
As always, thank you for the suggestions and feedback … certainly keep the ideas coming!
Must have been a temporary YouTube glitch. I just went to the Chapter 8 page and was able to see it. Visitors can always register and watch the high resolution videos that are hosted here on the site.
I guess we will need to make some changes to the facebook group if people can only watch the crash course if they register.
I think you may have misinterpreted Chris’ comments. Everyone around the globe can watch the Crash Course on the website, and will always be able to do so. The recent considerations have been about what quality level of videos to provide to each type of user.
The decision was made to offer anonymous users access to lower resolution videos on the website, and to prompt them to register if they wish to watch a high resolution version. Registered members and subscribers will have access to the high quality versions.
I’ve figured out what goes wrong. Seems like it only works in Firefox which I’m using and not in Internet Explorer.
Here’s a fix for having embedded youtube videos play in HQ:
In YouTube embed code, add and append &ap=%2526fmt%3D18 to the end of video clip’s URL specified in “param value” and “embed src”.
Hmmm I’m actually using Firefox and don’t see it by default in HQ. This may have to do with using the special code that we have for our embedded video tags.
I do appreciate that you provided the link to the blog post. I’ll investigate this for the Crash Course videos a bit more when I have a chance. The videos will need to be recut for YouTube anyway because the current versions on http://www.youtube.com/chrismartensondotcom are not of a high enough resolution to support high quality viewing.
The best solution in my opinion wouldbe to get the CC uploaded to youtube in HQ and then embed them here at this site. I only added the ‘&fmt=18’ option to this video and it plays in HQ.
I see that you added the "&fmt=18" to the video URL, but it does not play in HQ by default. In fact, when I start playing the embedded video, a little "HQ" icon is displayed in the lower right corner. If a user clicks this icon, the video will switch over to high quality, otherwise it is played in lower quality.
Unless we can find a solution that plays HQ by default, users will view something that is slightly better than the YouTube versions today, but not much better.