A hurricane came between me and my meetings in Tampa, so I stayed home for an entire week. This week’s podcast has a bit of local flavor and sound, talking about how to spend rare time off the road, what we’ll do for sleep, and introducing a new poll — what’s your favorite US airline? Also, some pointers to people who are linking to the TravelCommons website. Here’s a direct link to the podcast file.

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Here are the show notes from TravelCommons podcast #13:

  • Intro music — Warmth by Makkina
  • Recorded in the TravelCommons studios outside of Chicago
  • Thoughts going out to the folks in southern Mississippi who received the full force of Hurricane Katrina
  • Lots of feedback on last week’s “Generations of Travelers” topic
  • Links to bloggers who point to TravelCommons — Mike Bladon and Hilary Baumann
  • Catching up with the local flavors at home

  • The hunt for sleep
  • Revised final results of the Worst US Airport poll — a tie between LAX and Denver
  • A new poll — Your Favorite US Airline?
  • What makes you like an airline?
  • Feedback at comments[at]travelcommons.com, the comment board on podcastalley.com, or right here in the comments section below
  • Direct link to the show

2 comments on “Podcast #13 – Enjoying Home; The Battle for Sleep

  1. Anonymous says:

    I am really enjoying your show. Just recently found it via podcastalley.com. Would you know the name of that song in the middle of Podcast 13, the one about sleep? Thanks, and happy podding.

    j5may@comcast.net

  2. mark says:

    The song is called Sleep. It’s by Shelby Lynne from her latest album Suit Yourself. Here’s a direct link to the song in iTunes. Her track record has been a bit spotty, but I remain a big fan of her break-out album (there’s a word that shows one’s age) I Am Shelby Lynne. Glad to hear that you’re enjoying the podcast. I appreciate the comments and hope you stay subscribed.

    Regards,
    Mark

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