Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Re: Podcast about geocaching
- I also really like podcacher for much of the same reasons you said. They are fun to listen to and are very informative. Icenrye Geocaching Videozine is pretty good also (http://www.icenrye.com/ ). He is a one man operation but does a fantastic job. Have a good day.On 11/27/06, ldedear <ldedear@... > wrote:
The original post has probably long been forgotten, but I have
trouble keeping up with the forum, and discovered podcacher.com in
another way. Just now did a search on the forum to see if anyone else
had mentioned it, because I would have expected to hear more comments
I've listened to both PodCacher and Georadio, and found PodCacher to
be a lot more listen-able, and the show notes on the website to be
really helpful. If you have kids, they'll probably prefer PodCacher.
Mine love it. And, with usually two shows a week, there's more to
feed your addiction! :)
There's a new one from Australia, Geotalk. It is still on its first
episode, I think, but they interviewed the creator of GSAK, which is
a good start. And there's another one, but I have forgotten the name.
It is definitely NOT family-friendly.
Are there any of you out there who can record MP3 files and would
like to start a Centex Geocaching podcast? Or at least record a local
feature and send it to PodCacher? I'd have done it already if I
hadn't already bit off more projects than I can chew.
Anyway, it's interesting to hear from geocachers in other places, and
they might like to hear from us.
--- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, alan@... wrote:
> hmmm... Sounds alot like http://www.georadio.org/
> Quoting podcacher:
> > Hello there. We are a husband and wife team of avid geocachers
> > have started a podcast about geocaching. It's kind of like a radio
> > show, but it is "broadcast" on the internet and you can subscribe
> > free! We cover Geocaching News, Tips and Tricks, Tools of the
> > Interviews, Caching stories and more. We invite you to check it
> > www.podcacher.com. We appreciate any feedback from fellow
> > to make the show even better! Thanks!
> > Sonny & Sandy (aka iTrax and FoxTail)
> > www.podcacher.com