My Snap.com List-O-Rama Entry. The idea is to show off how much information you can add into your posts using Snap’s technology without forcing your users to leave your site. Tell me what you think. The video and audio links will actually play in the snap preview window.
1. After living on the Bering Strait in Alaska for the last 4 years watching the Iditarod pass right through my village on their way to Nome,
2. I’ve learned to apreciate Cabela’s not only supporting the Iditarod, but also their winter product lines and pretty much keep their stocks in the green.
3. For those of you who haven’t heard of this famous dog race you should check out what Wikipedia has to offer on the subject.
4. You could also read Dogsong by Gary Paulsen. He has not only ran the race a few times, but his books are a great way to feel what its like to be on the cold isolated trail.
5. Now I don’t think WoW has a big Iditarod pull, but I was able to find something about an Arctic Wolf.
6. There aren’t many professional films out there on the Iditarod, but you may give this one a try.
7. If that doesn’t do it for you there are some semi-pro new media folks that have done some pretty nice work.
8. I was hard pressed to find a Myspace page for the few famous mushers I looked for, but I was able to find this person who seemed to have a genuine interest in the race, even though he was from the lower 48.
9. Now you can find a lot of Iditarod pictures over at Flickr, but
10. I implore you check out BSSD’s IditaProject site.
11. There you will not only find cool audio interviews with the mushers done by students as well as up to the minute race updates,
12. but you can also can subscribe to their many Iditarod photo and video gallery’s like this one.
I hope you all enjoyed this list of how Snap.com’s service can give you quick glimpes as many different Iditarod related sites.
If you’d like to make your own list on your blog check out the details and you might get a cool Snap shirt out of the deal.