I have one coming up a bit later on today, so if there's a question you've been wanting to ask me, pop in to the session and I'll hopefully have an answer for you. You'll want to get your questions in early, since these sessions tend to draw a lot of viewers, and many of them ask questions.
Some people ask a lot of questions in these sessions. I try to prioritize people who haven't yet had a question answered, rather than just answering multiple questions by the same person. That seems fair to me.
Here's the link to the session. You can click on it and go right to the YouTube page. There you can get a question into the queue ahead of time, and you can also set a reminder for when the session starts, if you'd like.
If you'd like to watch and listen to any of the earlier AMA sessions - you can also see what all the questions and comments were for that session by looking at the chat replay on the left side of the screen - here's a link to a playlist containing all of them.
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