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Old 28-04-2011, 14:05   #46
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Re: Do You Have a Sailing Blog?

Here's my boating blog Kettlewell Cruising
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Old 28-04-2011, 14:20   #47
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Hey Steve I was thinking about you when I too a look at Drews blog and saw "technomadic" in his post!!
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Skylark, sailing adventures on a Cal 34

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No... wrote a log about my 1st W-E crossing... amazing sights & experiences... but read it 2mths after the voyage and decided it was really boring.... so I binned it..
Maybe I'm just a crap writer...
Or maybe I don't feel the need to broadcast my life...
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I think there's many reasons for a blog. At least one of them is the human need to share our experiences, which in part accounts for a forum like this one and explains why people will talk to the walls when living alone. A blog is also a way to attract attention to another venture, which in part explains why I do it but I will talk to walls or the birds, seals and just about anything else when on my own for a while.

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I think there's many reasons for a blog. At least one of them is the human need to share our experiences, which in part accounts for a forum like this one and explains why people will talk to the walls when living alone. A blog is also a way to attract attention to another venture, which in part explains why I do it but I will talk to walls or the birds, seals and just about anything else when on my own for a while.

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No... your only crazy if YOU answer....
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Old 28-04-2011, 16:23   #52
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Speaking of technomadics, I have a blog for the Nomadness project... a very geeky overlay on a steel Amazon 44. I've just relocated her to La Conner, with a mobile lab parked nearby and a public staging area for the systems.

Blog | Nomadness | Geek expressionism at sea
speaking of technomadia indeed! Steve, aren't you credited with the origins of the word "technomad"? I wonder sometimes if my wanderlust wasn't spawned by an article about your Behemoth adventures, found in 'Owl' magazine in elementary school in backwoods New Brunswick... seeds were definitely sown!
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If you have a blog or website and would like to appear on our link pages we'd be very happy to add you.

Happy Valentine's Day!
You do not appear to have a links page.
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As the original links page in the first post is dead, I've gathered the links in this thread and put them up as a single page - techno/luddite | Cruisers Forum Sailing Links

Let me know what you think! If I've missed anyone please let me know.
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Brilliant work, thanks. I have bookmarked the link - a one stop shop, so to speak.

Can you add mine as well then?
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I write about our adventures in the Kuwait Sailing Club (beachcats), and our progress (painfully slow) preparing our yacht for take off next year!
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Done!

Thanks for the feedback

I've set the links to random order for now, but wondered about ordering them by popularity... what do you think?
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Enjoy your site.

Family blog: www.datsariot.com

Sail away.

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speaking of technomadia indeed! Steve, aren't you credited with the origins of the word "technomad"? I wonder sometimes if my wanderlust wasn't spawned by an article about your Behemoth adventures, found in 'Owl' magazine in elementary school in backwoods New Brunswick... seeds were definitely sown!
Hi Drew, and thanks for the shout! Yes, I coined the word 'technomad,' originally in 1984 when I was but a few months into my wanderings on the bicycle as a 'high-tech nomad.' Good times.... and I'm honored to have played a part in your wanderlust!
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Planning to head South in less than one month. The beginnings of our blog:
www.blamebuffett.blogspot.com
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I started one about finding, losing and getting my boat back. I will post on the restoration and cruising too.

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