This would be somewhat of a philosophical discussion, listing examples of ways that podcasters have (and should) use this medium to inspire and motivate their community to change the world, through example, for the better.
I would ask for other running-related (or any) podcasters to be a part of this discussion; for my part I'd raise as examples: (1) 5 years of the World Wide Festival of Races (2) my Boston Marathon podcast episodes (3) The Mojo Loco (and similar events) and (4) the Runners Round Table (5) the Extra Mile Podcast (6) http://www.runningpodcasts.org (7) http://www.channelrunner.org (8) http://www.runcast.tv and (9) The Running Community (currently at http://sites.google.com/site/runnetcommunity )
The goal would be for attendees to walk away with a list of ideas for events/projects and ideas that they could use, through their podcasts, to make the world a better place!
This is all preliminary, and probably won't happen, but I thought I'd throw the idea out there just to see what others thought. Even if this doesn't happen "officially" as part of the program; we could have an "informal" meeting in the hall or elsewhere.
To be honest, I'm more inclined for this to be an informal conversation...but again...I wanted to toss this out onto the tubes of the internets...in case anyone who is attending might think it was a splendid idea.
So...what do you think?
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Chateau Classico 6 Week Wine Kit, Argentinian Malbec, 40-Pound Box
The Allagash Abductions: Undeniable Evidence of Alien Intervention
Northern Forest Canoe Trail: Allagash Region, South, Maine, Umbazooksus Stream to Umsaskis Lake (Northern Forest Canoe Trail Maps)
French Wine for Dummies
The New France: A Complete Guide to Contemporary French Wine (Mitchell Beazley Wine Guides)
French Wines: The Essential Guide to the Wines and Wine Growing Regions of France
Exploring French Wine Regions
After a fitful sleep, we're heading back up the Penobscot on our way to
Chesuncook Lake in Northern Maine. Watch as my son, the great animal hunter John Michael, wrestles the mighty fresh water frog in an epic battle of man versus amphibian!
This is a very short video of an American Bald Eagle, as seen from my canoe as I paddled up the West Branch of the
Though buttery and rich in the mouth, this wine does have nice balance and if you like this style of Chard you could do a lot worse for the price ($13)
Eva Jones, our beautiful little pure bred Lemon Beagle puppy, would VERY MUCH appreciate it if you could vote (daily) for my essay: “We Cook Because We Love” over at http://bourdainmediumraw.com/essays/view/76 (the link can be found in the upper right hand corner of my website). The winner will have their essay published in the paperback version of Anthony Bourdain’s GREAT new book “Medium Raw” published by Harper Collins. This would mean so much to me, and I’d be forever in your debt. THANK YOU!
I’m videocasting from the banks of the West Branch of the
This is just a photo of my two puppies. I’m going to be gone next week: thus there were be NO Intervals podcasts, NO Intervals videos, NO Intervals blog posts and most importantly NO nagging about asking you to vote for me every day while I’m gone at: http://bourdainmediumraw.com/essays/view/76
Here you go: