There is some news to report about the Queen of the North ferry that sank last week. I’ll also mention why I’m covering this story like I am. Also, we’ll do some free range podcasting from the balcony of the apartment. Come chill with me in the west end of Vancouver. You bring the alcohol.
This video podcast is a collection of clips that I have taken over a period of various rides on the SkyTrain. The motion might be a little too much for the encoding to handle, and my camera does not take the highest resolution of movies. More so, I can’t afford a compact flash card with greater capacity to shoot a lot of high resolution movies. I might experiment with that in the future, but doing so fills up the two, 128Mb cards that I currently own very quickly.
I hope you enjoy seeing what it’s like riding on the SkyTrain. I know that I enjoy every ride I get to take.
There is more information about the BC Ferries sinking of the Queen of the North that I update briefly. The Vancouver Sun is running a series of articles about podcasting, so I take a moment to share what they are covering and my thoughts about what they have wrote. We’ll do some Hockey Talk and wrap up with some email regarding the feedback I’ve been asking for.
A ferry sank yesterday off the coast of British Columbia. I take a moment to provide some insight to the incident. In the second portion of today’s episode, you get to go on a ride with me in the car as I drive in a car by myself for only the second time that I’ve been living in Vancouver. All my apologies for the quality, but I promise to not make the same mistake next time.
This video podcast takes you along with me as I walk through Stanley Park. These vids were shot with my digital camera during the recording of episode #74 of the regular podcast. It’s short, but I do my best to give you some of the sites in the park and surrounding areas on a gorgeous morning back in February.
Links worth checking out relating to this video podcast:
RadioZoom.net is the new URL for the podcast. Visit the website for the show notes, contact information, and everything else you want to know. Today’s episode includes me best effort to sharing info about the celebrations for St. Patrick’s Day in Vancouver, we talk hockey, debut the new “Learning Hockey with Uncle John,” and I give you an update about what’s going on with the podcast.
This is an all music episode of the podcast, featuring music that I hope you enjoy as well as my first ever request! I thought that with all the content I’ve published lately, it’d be good to get back to my roots and play music I love to listen to in the effort of promoting those artists that have graciously given their permission to do so. Some of today’s artists come from the Podsafe Music Network.
Artists and links for this Six Song Donut Spectacular:
Running an errand for a friend, I brought the minidisc with me while buying gourmet cupcakes for Laura’s mom’s birthday. Cupcakes on Denman St. is a pretty neat place, and I recommend getting some goodies from there if you have some cash to spare. From there, I hop a bus to give you a sample what that type of experience is like. We’ll do a little walking around downtown before I head back up to Robson Street to finish this recording. Forgive my addictions, but I had to duck into Blenz for a chai latte as well.
Another experiment into video, this podcast is a collection of videos that I have made over the past few months with my digital camera. The quality of the video isn’t the most superb, but I am attempting to use what I have to create as much original content that I can. I’m also doing my best to show you more of Vancouver, BC through my Iowan eyes.