Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Seadated Podcast Now Available

My search never ends for informative sailing and racing content on the web. Of all the content available on the web you would think there would be more on sailing, racing in particular. With more and more bloggers entering the scene and one-click publishing picking up speed the content is slowly being made available. Apple introducing the new video i-pod will help drive video based content as well.

The Seadated blog, one of the sites I frequent has just launched a podcast based on the popular site. In the premiere podcast the author of the site, and host of the podcast Claude Nix, gives a rundown on what kind of content he will cover where he will take the podcast over time. One Comment in particular caught my attention from his initial podcast. He remarks that when he sails on Kahuna he is "like a sponge" and is tries to learn as much from the rest of the crew that he can. Love his attitude and lack of ego. The only way to learn is to admit what you don't know and then find out how to do it. His podcast has a great tone and is very informative. Please check him out and give him your support. He is an apple user, as am I, so that, in itself is another reason for support (lol)!

His latest podcast deals with protests, the do's and don't of witnessing and filing them. Some great information here and comments along with some personal observations. I have been waiting for a podcast like this to come around, very glad the sailing community has a new resource like this.

The only way to make sailing and racing content on the web better is to propagate and support those who put it out there for everyone else.

5 Comments:

Blogger EVK4 said...

Alright, an Apple-using sailor. Not only do I use a Mac, but 29% of my hits are from OS X. Not sure how that happens but I have one h*ll of a demographic!

11:15 AM  
Blogger the skip said...

mine are 42% mac...go figure!

11:51 AM  
Anonymous seadated said...

As you may have heard in the first podcast, the mac is half of the reason I got into the blog and the podcast in the first place. It's just too fun to use!

2:00 PM  
Anonymous seadated said...

Oh, by the way, thanks so much for the plug! It's exciting watching a real sailing community grow on the web. We've been about the only group of people without one!

2:01 PM  
Blogger the skip said...

no problem on the plug seadated, great to see a community building. Nice to have a place to exchange ideas and get some positive feedback without the bullsh*t of other online options. ;-)

check in when you get back and let us know how it was.

11:46 AM  

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