Filed under: life, maritime, social media, storytelling | Tags: Guy Kawasaki, US Navy, USS Nimitz
Some bigtime bloggers were running around the USS Nimitz over the weekend like a bunch of Somali teenage pirates on a fully laden supertanker.
The leader of the pack was Guy Kawasaki who wrote another comprehensive post (24 Hours at Sea on the USS Nimitz) about life at sea in the Navy on his always entertaining How to Change the World blog. You may recall Sea-Fever’s earlier post (Guy’s Excellent Naval Adventure) about his time served (as a blogger, not sailor) aboard the USS John C. Stennis, a Nimitz-class nuclear-powered supercarrier in the US Navy, named for Senator John C. Stennis of Mississippi. Like that earlier post, this one is chock full of photos, video and really good info.
Kawasaki is also the founder of the popular Alltop website and master marketer that never misses an opportunity to promote his business interests.
YouTube – F18 Landing Over Jennifer Leo’s Shoulder
There’s some decent photography about this adventure too.
More shameless self-promotion or is the government now selling sponsorships as part of the deficit reduction plan?
Here are the other pirates bloggers, some of whom posted and some not yet, but you should still check out their blogs in case they do after I post this. They all write good stuff!
- Jennifer Van Grove – Bloggers Embark, The Prelude
- Jennifer Jones – Marketing Voices – Bloggers Aweigh
- Beth Blecherman’s Techmamas – USS Nimitz Blogger Adventure – Night Before Dinner
- Jenny Lawson’s The Bloggess – I’m not dead but I was technically in prison so I have a good reason for not posting
- Neputuns Lex – The Ship
- Andy Sernovitz’s Damn, I Wish I Thought of That – Bloggers at Sea Update
- Charlene Li’s – The Altimeter
- Pam Slim’s Escape from Cubicle Nation
- Jen Leo
- Dennis Hall
- Andrew Nystrom
- Robert Scoble’s Scobleizer
Great PR and blogger outreach by the US Navy! Looks like fun too!
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