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I would ask: what is the sound of one man blogging? I have a problem in that in my own niche (the English canals and waterways) I'm almost alone in blogging - and there are no podcasters.

(I've not even considered podcasting, because what is the sound of no-one listening?)

But there's a load of content out there. For example, there's www.narrowboatworld.com, which has (a claimed) 130,000 unique visitors a month, and some great contributors. But no outgoing links, no RSS, no this, no that, no "2.0". People visit it daily, and revisit it just in case there's something new.

How do you convince a £200M industry (for there's a lot of money in English waterways) that there is a 'power of us'?

This was seriously unfair. You can’t announce you have cancer and then skip a show. Unless you're dead (I really hope you're not dead).

I know you had the discussion about whether you should make up a show or not. You should at least make a post to keep us (your loyal and devoted listeners)informed.

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