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Tim Moss

Tim Moss has supported over 100 expeditions across all seven continents. He has climbed new mountains, crossed a desert on foot and recently cycled 13,000 miles around the world. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society London and a Guinness World Record Holder. He aims to encourage more people to live adventurously. Read more...


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    Rob Thomson

    One ‘expedition’ team which, I think, has very effectively harnessed the ‘share after the trip’ option is the http://www.longtreksonskatedecks.com trio. On both of their most recent trips (skateboarding in South America and in Morocco), they opted to share their stories in the form of video ‘webisodes’ after the trip. Each webisode was drip-fed, about 2 weeks apart. This created anticipation for their viewers, which I think was a great way to get people involved, and also ensures great retrospective content.

    They are currently drip feeding their webisodes from the Morocco trip at the moment; their last one was about three weeks ago, and I’m looking forward to the next installment: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE245D6DBC6645739&feature=plcp

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    Spike Reid

    If a tree falls down in a forest during an expedition, does it become a (b)log?

    How much you share with the rest of the whole during an exped, and after it, is a balance that is sometimes tricky to hit the right spot. I completely agree that people should engage with their surroundings and team, rather than edit video every night.

    I think that iPadio is the quickest way to blog regularly from the field. It is a simple phone blogging system. I will be using it on my next exped. (www.ipadio.com)


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