Max and Court are proud to welcome the aviation new media during our second aviation new media meet-up.  This one’s a bit long, and the sound quality isn’t necessarily the greatest, but we more than make up for it in content.  Here’s a list of those who joined us:

Steve Tupper – Airspeed Podcast

Captain Chris – Plane Madness Podcast

Martt – AirPigz.com

Jack Hodgson – Uncontrolled Airspace Podcast

Jen Whitley – Avweb

Dave Flys – Pilot Flight Pod Log and APilotsStory.com

Roger Bishop – Indy Transponder

Rod Rakic – MyTransponder.com

Susan Pruitt – Flight Plan Magazine

Rob Mark – JetWhine Blog

Thanks to all who joined in the discussion!  Make sure to check back here regularly for some possible announcements of some more roundtable discussions.

This week, Max and Court are joined by an army of aviation new media members who talk about their projects.  It’s a long episode, but well worth it.

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Roger Bishop – IndyTransponder.com aviation blog.

Rod Rakic – myTransponder.com aviation social networking site

Harry Love – jetrecord.com aviation social networking site.

Pilot Will & Daveflys – Pilot’s Flight PodLog podcast and aPilotsStory.com.

Dan Webb – danwebb.us airline and aviation business blog.

Rob Mark – jetwhine.com aviation blog.

Ted Erickson – aviationbull.com aviation articles.

Stephen Force – airspeedonline.com podcast.

Bill Williams – Studentpilotcast.com podcast.

Todd Curtis – airsafe.com and the podcast.airsafe.org podcast.

Courtney Miller & Max Flight – AirplaneGeeks.com podcast.

We also had several people who were unable to make it, but are also engaged in Aviation New Media:

Bob Collins rvnewsletter.blogspot.com Letters From Flyover Country blog.

Paul Hamrick – airlinepilotcentral.com pilot community and forums.

Brett Snyder – CrankyFlier.com airline blog.

Ru Hartwell – treeflights.com environmentally concious site for aviators.

I might as well be Naked Book Cover Max and Court welcome Natalia Ippolito, author of “I Might as Well be Naked – How to Survive Airport Screening with your Clothes on.” She talks about her book, and gives some great tips.  Her website can be found at airportbook.com and she offers some great freebies, including excerpts from chapter 2, some great tips, and some funny stories.

Of course, there’s a bunch of news that has come out of the Oshkosh EAA Air Venture 2008.

Max also offers his pick of the week at http://www.jetpedia.com.

But the big news to come out of episode 9 is the announcement about episode 10.  We’ll be holding the first live aviation new media meet-up through Talkshoe.com.  Sunday evening at 8:00 pm EST (That’s midnight zulu, for you true airplane geeks), we’ll be holding a live podcast.  If you have an aviation related site, blog, or podcast, we want to hear from you.  You can view the detailed information at http://www.airplanegeeks.com/live.

The intro music is once again produced by Bruno Misonne.  Check out Bruno’s aviation music at http://www.brunomisonne.com.   Brother Love is responsible for the closing music, and you can visit his site at http://www.brotherloverocks.com.

If you have a question or a comment for the Airplane Geeks, you can send it to thegeeks@airplanegeeks.com.

You can also leave us voice mail at (812) 757-4252. If you have a question you’d like mentioned on the podcast, this is the best way to go about it.

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