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ID: 428 Title: What's a good FREE way to stay in touch Replis: 4 Read: 1990 Author: 5
Name: Capt  Posts: 3  **  Vancouver Time: 2007-6-1_6:57:35 Quote    Reply
I'm looking for a good FREE way to stay in touch and still let others know what's going on. I don't want to run a website (been there, done that) so I'm thinking maybe a blog. Your thoughts/ideas??
Name: ROGER GERSON  Posts: 4    Vancouver Time: 2007-7-24_12:55:10 Quote    Reply
DOWNLOAD Skype both ends and call them on their computers it's free!!!
Name: Bradl  Posts: 1  **  Vancouver Time: 2007-12-4_16:39:37 Quote    Reply
have you checked out this site, www.yachtnlife.com it looks like it could be a good way to stay in touch and let your family and friends in on what you are doing.
Name: Clark  Posts: 1  **  Vancouver Time: 2007-12-6_8:47:24 Quote    Reply
I've used yahoogroups in the past with good luck. Just set it up so messages you (as owner) send are sent out to others and what they reply back goes to you. Friends can subscribe/unsubscribe easily without bothering you with keeping a mailing list up to date. I've been using Airmail (Pactor) over HAM radio for years. Now when I'm near WIFI I use that but still use the HAM when in a remote anchorage. Clark sv/Temptress www.geocities.com/willix
Name: Daniel  Posts: 4  **  Vancouver Time: 2007-12-13_5:14:37 Quote    Reply
Hi!
Looks like we have exactly what you are looking for.

We offer free sailing blogs with photoalbum, map tracking, mobile updates,
and much more. this means you can keep in touch with friends an family even while offshore.

It's a new sailing community site - just went live 2 weeks ago after a 3 month beta phase.

if you would like to have a closer look: http://tripsailor.com there you can look at some tripjournals, take the tour and sign up ;-).


Hope you like it!
Best Regards, Daniel.