Games And Hobbies Podcasts
TotalBiscuit returns to The Game Station hub - and he's brought friends! They'll chat about the state of gaming, new trailers, and feature "picks of the week" from the network. Featuring TotalBiscuit and three guest hosts! youtube.com/TheGameStation
By The Game Station
Do you yearn to learn more about your family history, but just don’t know where to start? Have you started, but need a genealogy research boost? In each weekly 30 minute show host Lisa Louise Cooke will guide you through the genealogy search process in this easy to follow and entertaining podcast. The world of family history is open to everyone, and climbing your family tree has never been easier, or more rewarding! Learn how to use family tree software, locate genealogy records through online searches, create a family tree chart, and get tips on free genealogy resources. You’ll also be inspired by the stories of other researchers who share their family history search – their experience, tips, and rewards. Whether you want to research Irish genealogy or Virginia genealogy, whether you’re looking for free family history tips or you need advice on the best genealogy sites this podcast will equip and inspire you to achieve great success in a short amount of time. Isn’t it time to claim your place in history?
By Lisa Louise Cooke
Fine Woodworking is the leading source of how-to woodworking information. A perveyor of "user-generated content" with its first issue in 1975, Fine Woodworking magazine publishes the most trusted how-to woodworking information written by experts in the field. Visit us online at FineWoodworking.com to access our 30-year archive, forums, blogs, and more than 450 woodworking videos.
Today there is a vast amount of information that can be found online through woodworking communities, forums, blogs, and other social media such as Twitter and Google+. Through these online connections, woodworkers learn from one another and build camaraderie with fellow woodworkers. In a sense, we all belong to a woodworking club, the online woodworking club. The Modern Woodworkers Association is a place for the online woodworking community to reinforce our online connections and create personal ones in local gatherings in many regions across the country. It is a place for woodworkers of all skill levels from professional to hobbyist to be able to share knowledge and learn form one another. The name Modern Woodworkers Association does not come from the fact that we are powertool users or for that matter handtool users but instead that we have all found a new tool, the online community and the power of information. Our goals are create an environment for woodworkers to share and connect online, offline, or both. ● Online: ○ Connect via MWA blog and social media ○ Place to share our projects and shops ○ Ask advice/offer answers ○ Share about woodworking ■ Our means & methods ■ Our interest ■ “Inside Baseball” talk ○ Keep up with woodworking events and shows ○ Community blog ● Offline: ○ Translate online relationships into physical ones ○ Get together to ■ Take classes/seminars ■ Grab a meal ■ Shop woodworking ■ Just talk shop ○ Attend woodworking shows and events
By Chris Adkins, Dyami Plotke, Tom Iovino
Barefooter, Christopher Younkin, brings you a weekly podcast about bare feet, the people above them, and seeking a natural, low-impact lifestyle one barefoot step at a time. Whether you're an avid barefooter, barefoot athlete, or just curious about barefooting, we hope you'll enjoy this entertaining and informal podcast.
By Christopher Younkin