Junglecasts Forever!

Last March I visited Chiapas, Mexico (photos here) on the invitation of my friend Dave Pentecost. While there, we recorded several podcasts while romping around the jungle with Dr. Ed Barnhart, founded of the Mayan Exploration Center. We put these podcasts up on EchoRadio as the Junglecasts – and they have gathered quite a following. Most recently, Wired News featured them as part of “Beyond Porno: Free iPod Content”, a collection of cool free content for your iPod. The junglecasts have also appeared on BoingBoing.net and a number of other places, but far and away my favorite was this email Dave received:

Just letting you know these Jungle Podcasts are great and they are being heard as far away as Antarctica! Keep up the good work, cheers.

Regards,
Christopher R. Clarke
Casey 2005 Expeditioner
Wilkes Land, East Antarctica

2 Responses to “Junglecasts Forever!”

  1. Dave P Says:

    And more to come on the Gringo Collapse 2006 tour. Carnaval Monkeys playing endless rounds of 400-year-old Spanish tunes and drinking Maya moonshine. And that’s just Nicco and Dave!

  2. As If It Matters » Blog Archive » Easy like Sunday Morning Says:

    […] Generally in this sort of situation I do two things: First, I turn to the great poets with a generous side helping of Jim Harrison’s food essays and Hunter S. Thompson’s chronicled adventures. Second, I hit the road and look to discover some new landscapes. A couple of years ago I felt my brain fogging up with the ugly gum of advertising and this modern life, and I felt compelled to seek some clarity. So I packed some slim reliable volumes of poetry, Jim Harrison’s The Raw and the Cooked, and some vintage Hunter S. Thompson and headed for Mexico. In Mexico, Dave introduced me to the ongoing explorations of the Maya, and I was thrilled. […]

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