Beach burritos and new podcast search engine (Pluggd)

Heheh, last night Chris Coulter, my son Patrick, and I filmed an episode of Beach Walks with Rox. Great burritos from Tres Amigos and a wonderful sunset at the local beach. Talking Mac’s and PCs.

If you want something a little more filling than burritos and geek talk on the beach, I put up a 38-minute interview I did with Alex Castro, CEO of Seattle startup Pluggd, which is working on a new search engine for podcasts which is really cool. I got him to give me a 3-minute-short demo too. See, something for everyone! Long interview for those who want depth, short demo for those who just want to get the meat.

That interview is one of those that I did up in Seattle. There’s a lot of interesting startups being built in the Seattle area. We’ll have some more from Seattle this week and next.

Here’s an article about Pluggd over on TechCrunch.

Anyway, wonderful time yesterday hanging out with Roxanne on a couple of Half Moon Bay beaches. She inspired me back at Vloggercon to live a beach-oriented lifestyle and I’m so blessed that we can walk to the beach from our new home.

14 thoughts on “Beach burritos and new podcast search engine (Pluggd)

  1. yeah well Shane, post a video of guys eating burritos, I’ll comment that thats what I don’t want to watch.

    And Coulter can take my jesting. You ever read his comments?

    Jeez.

  2. yeah well Shane, post a video of guys eating burritos, I’ll comment that thats what I don’t want to watch.

    And Coulter can take my jesting. You ever read his comments?

    Jeez.

  3. 1) Pluggd looks amazing! Played with it a bit last night and, the demo, is very slick.

    2) @James: thanks for the insightful and well posed comments on our Beach Walks episode Robert linked to. Too bad you missed the actual messages about industrial design, demographics, and the changing value of good design in popular culture and the Enterprise.

    Regarding your comment on Chris, I wasn’t aware one’s intellect was predicated on one’s physical appearance.

  4. 1) Pluggd looks amazing! Played with it a bit last night and, the demo, is very slick.

    2) @James: thanks for the insightful and well posed comments on our Beach Walks episode Robert linked to. Too bad you missed the actual messages about industrial design, demographics, and the changing value of good design in popular culture and the Enterprise.

    Regarding your comment on Chris, I wasn’t aware one’s intellect was predicated on one’s physical appearance.

  5. Pluggd. Funny name again. Is it because all the short properly spelled English words have already been registered as domain names?

    And gradually, they become verbs: “Hey dad, can I flickr these pics from my mobile?”

    Etymology guys/gals take notice…

  6. Pluggd. Funny name again. Is it because all the short properly spelled English words have already been registered as domain names?

    And gradually, they become verbs: “Hey dad, can I flickr these pics from my mobile?”

    Etymology guys/gals take notice…

  7. Hey Robert – please tell Patrick to check out BW #221 for the TP episode…something to look forward to for his 13th birthday perhaps… (I’ve linked my name with that show here.)

  8. Hey Robert – please tell Patrick to check out BW #221 for the TP episode…something to look forward to for his 13th birthday perhaps… (I’ve linked my name with that show here.)

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