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  1. LIVE Transcontinental Race :: Richard Lake #TCRNo8Cap179 Podcast :: EP6

    DOTWATCHERS: https://www.followmychallenge.com/live/tcrno8/ PODCAST: https://soundcloud.com/richard-lake-5

    The first in a series of podcasts of Richard Lake's Transcontinental Race journey.

    If you enjoy the channel and would like to show your support you can find me on: https://buymeacoffee.com/mraudax - Thank you!

    I use Artlist for all my music - get 2 FREE extra months if you sign-up using this link: https://artlist.io/Richard-1729935

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XNYZhbPqhU&list=WL&index=98
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  2. Richard Lake :: EP.1 :: Transcontinental Race #TCRNo8 Podcast

    DOTWATCHERS: https://dotwatcher.cc/events PODCAST: https://soundcloud.com/richard-lake-5

    The first in a series of podcasts of Richard Lake's Transcontinental Race journey.

    If you enjoy the channel and would like to show your support you can find me on: https://buymeacoffee.com/mraudax - Thank you!

    I use Artlist for all my music - get 2 FREE extra months if you sign-up using this link: https://artlist.io/Richard-1729935

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SeEA3RMzrs
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  3. Ad-Hoc Book Discussion Clubs - Personal Libraries - IndieWeb Popup 2022

    How can we use personal libraries published to the web to facilitate ad-hoc book clubs or one-off discussions with people who are already actively reading (or have just read) the same books as us? What are the key pieces of infrastructure that would help facilitate these groups? Save us from the eternal problem of starting book clubs with people, then struggling to agree on books. Flips the equation to start with the book, then find the people.

    https://indieweb.org/2022/Pop-ups/Personal_Libraries#Ad-hoc_Book_Discussion_Clubs.2FSessions

    https://archive.org/details/adhoc-book-discussion-clubs-personal-libraries-indieweb-2022

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  4. Turning Notes into Thoughts and New Ideas | Session 2 - Gardens And Streams II - 2021 IndieWebCamp Popup

    https://indieweb.org/2021/Pop-ups/Gardens_and_Streams_II#Session_2

    https://archive.org/details/gardens-and-streams-session-2-indiewebcamp-2021

    The Next Step After Notes / Turning Notes into Thoughts and New Ideas

    Facilitator: Tracy Durnell

    What's your process for returning to past entries, whether to refresh and expand what you've noted and create connections with newer notes, revisit past thoughts, or connect and process into new thoughts / writings / projects elsewhere?

    Is it needed to return to old notes? Or is the process of taking the note enough to get it working in your subconscious thoughts?

    How do you get others' input on your notes to add to and transform them? (Less from a technical standpoint, more from the thought of connecting others who'd have thoughts about the topic with what you've written)

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  5. Introduction and Session Scheduling - Personal Libraries - IndieWeb Popup 2022

    Welcome, code of conduct, resources for the sessions, IndieWeb building blocks, and session scheduling.

    https://indieweb.org/2022/Pop-ups/Personal_Libraries#Introduction

    https://archive.org/details/intros-personal-libraries-indiewebcamp-2022

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  6. Decentralized Bookshelves - Personal Libraries - IndieWeb Popup 2022

    There are several new Goodreads-like services, but each service maintains their own API and bookshelf data: "Want to read", "Finished reading", etc. Micro.blog also has an API for creating and managing books and bookshelves, based on JSON Feed. Some people maintain these lists on their own blog manually. Can we standardize how apps get and set bookshelf data? Could this be a convention around feeds, or maybe an extension of Micropub channels?

    https://indieweb.org/2022/Pop-ups/Personal_Libraries#Bookshelves

    https://archive.org/details/decentralized-bookshelves-personal-libraries-indieweb-popup-2022

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  7. Book Identifiers - Personal Libraries - IndieWeb Popup 2022

    If we were able to cross-reference book reviews and book pages, how would those books be identified? The state of the art of book identifiers (OLID, Goodreads ID, ISBN, WorldCat, LCCN, etc) is complicated. How are we supposed to interact with it? How do we cross-walk these IDs?

    https://indieweb.org/2022/Pop-ups/Personal_Libraries#Book_identifiers

    https://archive.org/details/book-identifiers-personal-libraries-indieweb-popup-2022

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  8. Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail with Chris Townsend - Just Up The Trail | Acast

    Listen to Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail with Chris Townsend from Just Up The Trail. Hiking The Pacific Crest Trail // with Chris TownsendIn the very first podcast from Just Up The Trail, I sit down with hiker, writer and outdoorsman, Chris Townsend.Chris’ book “Rattlesnakes and Bald Eagles” inspired me to move on from single day hikes and mountain days to the bigger challenge of multi-day backpacking trips. I read it one Christmas and by Easter we were hiking the the West Highland Way.Chris has hiked many miles over the years and written over 25 books about his trips and the outdoors but today he joins me to discuss his 1982 hike of the Pacific Crest Trail, the 2653 mile trail from Mexico to Canada, and the book that inspired me to got out further and longer.During the conversation we touch on:How a young man from Lancashire finds out about a ribbon of trail halfway around the world, in 1980.Chris’ first encounter with the heat of deserthikingThe importance of solitude in the outdoorsHow the PCT defined the next 40 years of his life.A massive thank you to Chris for coming out to play and being the very first contributor to what promises to be a wonderful library of stories and adventure from the outdoors.A little more about Chris TownsendChris Townsend writes regularly for TGO Magazine and has written 22 books on the outdoors, including the award winning The Backpacker's Handbook.His recent publications feature two long-distance walks he undertook in the USA. Grizzly Bears and Razor Clams documents his hike on the Pacific Northwest Trailand Rattlesnakes and Bald Eagles his 1982 hike on the Pacific Crest Trail as well as more recently, Along The Divide in which he walks 700 miles of the Scottish watershed.You can find Chris’ writings and musings on his extensive blog www.christownsendoutdoors.com and his books on Sandstone Press here.Listen, rate, and subscribe!For automatic downloads please subscribe in your podcast appPlease take a moment to review and rate the podcastSupport The ShowYou can support the show at our Patreon Page. If you can spare £5 a month you will help keep the show free for those who can’t afford it and you’ll come away with a general feeling of soundness and kindness.Links to products mentioned in the show, along with some of the gear we rely on for our adventures can be found on the website here.Keep in TouchKeep up to to date with developments and guest announcements on our social media pages as well as loads of extra stuff on the websiteInstagram: @justupthetrailFacebook: @justupthetrailukYoutube: Just Up The TrailWebsite: www.justupthetrail.com

    https://shows.acast.com/justupthetrail/episodes/chris-townsend-pct

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