How Many Podcasts Does Chris Webster Have? 

Chris Webster is an archaeologist, author, podcaster, business owner, and archaeo-futurist. His passion is public education, outreach, and making commercial field archaeology more efficient – raising the quality of life for archaeological field technicians. Chris, when he is not running his archaeologist firm, is out podcasting. He has nine podcasts and one is a daily podcast. That is a lot of commitment for sure.

Life and Success Principles 

  1. FOCUS (Follow One Course Until Success)
  2. Schedule everything
  3. Know your people and their strengths and weaknesses
  4. Don’t be afraid to fail
  5. Don’t let anyone tell you that it won’t work

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Chris Webster Timelines of Success

Chris Webster

0:00 welcome to timelines episode 269 we
0:02 recorded this interview at the
0:04 collective in Reno Nevada always
0:06 wonderful to go back to the collective
0:08 they’ve got a really nice place now in
0:09 studio and just came out nice our guest
0:12 today is Chris Webster Chris is an
0:15 archaeologist author podcaster business
0:17 owner and our key futurist his passion
0:19 is on public education outreach making
0:22 commercial fields archaeology more
0:24 efficient and for raising the quality of
0:25 life for archaeological field
0:27 technicians now without further ado
0:29 let’s get right to Sepp sewed with Chris
0:31 welcome to timeline today we have Chris
0:33 sweatshirt and Chris is an amazing guy
0:35 we’re in Reno Nevada by the way at the
0:37 collective so Chris welcome timelines
0:39 thank you Bill so you know where do I
0:41 start with a guy like you because you’re
0:42 you’re not know her the exact type of
0:44 people we want on timelines but you’re
0:46 also a podcaster so we have podcasters
0:48 home we have like a track of podcasters
0:51 who get on in timelines so we’re gonna
0:53 start with a lot of things you just came
0:54 back though from podcasters movement yes
0:56so we’re gonna talk about no more than
0:58two minutes about podcasters movement
0:59tell us what was the biggest impression
1:01you take away from podcast remember the
1:03biggest thing I took away from podcast
1:05movement was the the the extreme two
1:09things really the extreme variety of
1:10podcasts that are out there and things
1:12people are podcasting about and that are
1:13passionate about and that want to tell
1:15other people about and the fact that
1:17there’s about a million different ways
1:19you can set up to do this you can you
1:21know whether you’ve got a different kind
1:22of computer recording devices
1:24microphones and iPhone it doesn’t matter
1:27you can set up a podcast talking about
1:29your passion and if you do it right and
1:31you focus on content which was the other
1:32big takeaway content not gear I mean you
1:35want it to sound good but if you focus
1:37on delivering good content and being
1:38authentic with your listeners you can
1:40probably monetize that even if it’s a
1:41niche show that’s good so what you take
1:43away there they’re telling you focus on
1:45content not on equipment and systems in
1:47other words if I had to pick one word to
1:49describe the thing I heard the most was
1:51be authentic that’s what everybody said
1:54was be authentic if you’re trying to rep
1:56refute rying to just recreate somebody
1:57else’s show or their format and I mean
2:00you can learn from people you you
2:01respect but if you’re trying to just
2:02recreate what they’re doing and create
2:04another on fire podcast or something
2:05like that you’re not being authentic
2:08you’re just duplicating bring your own
2:10voice to the table and run your own
2:11ideas to the table well no matter who
2:13you are
2:13even if you’re sort of following another
2:15format you’re still gonna be your own
2:16person absolutely thoughts yeah so
2:18driving on you move down Anaheim
2:21California yep and we’re up in Reno yep
2:23it’s a way so you drove down 395 he came
2:25back five I did and what do you do while
2:27you’re driving I listen to podcast of
2:28course I feel so good cuz I found a
2:31podcast from Reno and sometimes Reno is
2:34a unique place
2:34folks I love Reno I love Nevada it’s
2:37definitely not California though they’re
2:38forming technologies and I think
2:41sometimes we’re like 10 years behind the
2:43Bay Area yeah whether it’s real estate
2:44or wherever it might be right so we’re
2:46in the collective tell us about the
2:48collective and what you do here and how
2:49long you’ve been podcasting so the Reno
2:51collective is now as of about two months
2:54ago housed in a in what used to be
2:55called granny’s recording studio and
2:57we’re using most of the space for
3:00co-working spaces such as you can see
3:01back behind us here and we’re kind of in
3:03what we’re calling the maker space right
3:04now actually they call it the holodeck
3:05but that’s another term anyway so people
3:09just come here and they work I have a
3:10resident desk here which means I have my
3:11computers my business I’m running it
3:13basically out of the collective and we
3:15also have a podcast studio back there
3:16which I do most of my recording from and
3:19I started podcasting about five years
3:22ago I had a show that I’ve taken off the
3:24internet entirely because it was
3:26horrific that that’s how it happens when
3:27you first start podcasting I didn’t even
3:28want to listen to it was so bad I did it
3:30for a year but it busted my podcasting
3:32chops so to speak I learned a lot and
3:34then I started the panel style
3:36educational show that I always kind of
3:38wanted but what really wasn’t ready to
3:40start until I got that first one under
3:41my belt so I started that and then about
3:44three years later I started the
3:45archeology podcast network because I
3:47wanted to talk about more things on
3:48different shows so I said well let’s
3:51assume we’re gonna be ambitious and and
3:53bring in other shows eventually even if
3:54I’m just starting one more show and I
3:56found a co-founder who’s Tristen boil
3:57over in Scotland and we both basically
4:01started this thing we run it under my
4:02company heading of Digg tech under my my
4:05cultural resource management firm and
4:06and now we have 17 shows on the website
4:10folks that’s amazing I saw a 17 shows
4:13and said I don’t know how you have any
4:14time to do anything else and I know how
4:16he actually makes a living not many
4:18people really make a living from
4:19podcasting not really no I mean it is
4:21very difficult I know a few folks I’ve
4:22interviewed some people are making 5 to
4:24yeah it takes some work to make you have
4:26to have other things affiliates
4:28donations all that yeah but how do you
4:30make your real money I make my real
4:31money with my CRM firm and in this
4:33context a lot of people here CRM and
4:36they think something else but in this
4:37context it’s cultural resource
4:38management so it’s contract archeology
4:41that’s federally mandated in advance of
4:44like federal project here in Nevada it’s
4:45gold mine silver mines solar projects
4:47wind farms highways anytime federal
4:50money or permitting is required for the
4:52project you have to have a cultural
4:54resources assessment it’s part of an
4:55environmental impact statement or
4:56environmental assessment or other things
4:58that was well said I’m I come from that
5:00industry the construction industry and
5:02that was well laid out even the average
5:03person I think they understand concepts
5:06where you go out and we live in a great
5:07location the south on the west yeah and
5:10you can get from Reno to about anywhere
5:11to work yeah yeah I covered Northern
5:14California most arena most of Nevada so
5:16yeah and we have a lot of Native
5:17American sites up and down this west and
5:20the East Coast must be crazy to the
5:22whole country Civil War yes use
5:25battlegrounds as well as all the other
5:27they’ve got different yeah they’ve got
5:30different issues are working with on the
5:31East Coast I’ve actually worked in I
5:32think 18 different states across the
5:34country before my wife and I landed in
5:35Reno she was an archaeologist too at the
5:36time she’s gotten out of it but you know
5:39we worked all over the country in pretty
5:41much every region in the continental
5:43United States and they have different
5:45concerns and different styles of ways of
5:47doing things out here not to spend too
5:50much time on this but geologically most
5:51of our archaeology here in Nevada is
5:53sitting on the surface going back you
5:55can have 15,000 role artifacts sitting
5:56on the surface because there’s not a lot
5:58of soil that gets deposited or created
6:00because it’s a desert mm-hmm so for us
6:03to do a survey the first phase we just
6:06we just walk across the landscape and
6:07see what we see and record it right I am
6:10actually environmental impact statements
6:13I’m very I yeah I’ve had to deal with
6:15them left and right yeah for sure yeah
6:17ours and phase ones and phase twos and
6:20we’re usually the the first step in
6:22those things you know they have us come
6:24out to see how much more money it’s
6:25gonna cost them to develop even small
6:26projects you have to have a phase one at
6:28least for a bank will even loans yes yes
6:30so anyway going on that’s kinda neat now
6:32Chris is not too preneur to the ant’s
6:34degree he was in the Navy
6:35thanks for your navy service thank you
6:37and he got out he won
6:38to flight school yeah I went to flight
6:40school in Tulsa Oklahoma under Spartan
6:42school of Aeronautics and after about a
6:45year there and seeing a few people
6:47transfer out Spartan at the time just
6:50offered an associate’s degree and to be
6:52a commercial pilot which was what the
6:53goal of everyone at that school was you
6:54need a bachelor’s degree and they don’t
6:56care what it’s in you can have a
6:58bachelor’s degree to anything and they
6:59will take you but one of the
7:00requirements for being a commercial
7:01airline pilot in the majors was a
7:03bachelor’s degree so at Spartan you got
7:05an associate’s degree from them that was
7:06basically based in aviation and then you
7:08had to do like night courses while you
7:10flight instructed with them to build
7:11your time and your bachelor degree so
7:13instead of doing that I had a more
7:15passion for knowledge and learning and I
7:17didn’t want to just learn the little
7:18things that they had so I ended up
7:20transferring to the University of North
7:21Dakota which aside from Embry Riddle
7:22which is a private university Norton
7:25University of North Dakota’s though has
7:28the best flight program of any public
7:29university in the country and I went
7:31there finished out a lot of my flying my
7:33instrument commercial things like that
7:34but as I was telling telling you in the
7:37before we started talking here I just
7:38want to be a bus driver for a living and
7:40I was filling up all my other courses
7:41with anthropology so at some point I
7:42dropped aviation picked up math for a
7:45little while because that was fun and
7:46then graduated with a degree in
7:48anthropology in anthropology but you’re
7:50not from there though you get your
7:53masters yeah in archaeological resource
7:56management yeah yeah that’s even better
7:58so you got the A+ really weird
8:00combination but it allows you to run
8:01businesses yeah so there’s two sides you
8:03got the university professional side or
8:05like a Human Terrain team system like
8:06guys in an Afghanistan and then you’ve
8:08got the civilian professional services
8:11side mm-hmm so you with the entrepreneur
8:13side where you’re contracting pulling
8:14teams together and making a living and I
8:17don’t know how you do it all I honestly
8:18don’t know how I know how much work it
8:20is to podcast yeah that’s a lot and tell
8:22us about your network so the archaeology
8:24podcast network our focus is on public
8:26education and outreach ever I’ve got
8:28it’s rotating around a little bit but
8:30I’ve got 18 to 22 hosts that I co-host
8:33or host entirely six shows on the
8:36network and then all the other shows I
8:38don’t have any involvement at all in the
8:40content creation of those but we do the
8:42editing and post-production and and
8:44uploading of those and tracking the
8:45social media and things like that but
8:47all of our hosts are there either
8:50graduate level archaeologist or
8:52professional archaeologists in one way
8:53or another and they do this for a living
8:55and they podcast on the side so very
8:57good so I mean my hats off I know how
9:00much time it takes and how many I can
9:02how many of you edit a week oh I mean
9:04right now we’ve got because we have a
9:06daily show they were running for 2017
9:08it’s only 5 to 15 minutes but every
9:10single day the bots of the year and that
9:13makes it about 9 episodes 9 to 10
9:16episodes a week that go up when that
9:18ends in 2017 if I if I don’t decide to
9:20have an aneurysm and continue it into
9:212018 then we’ll be back down to about
9:24three or four hour long shows a week so
9:26I mean we could talk on forever cuz
9:28you’ve got three or four different
9:28businesses a lot like I am yeah and but
9:31that’s what I like that’s you know
9:32you’ll hit something you always have
9:33just something that brings in the money
9:34though so you can continue to build
9:35something else yep and eventually you’ll
9:37hit it big because podcasting there’s
9:39some huge podcasters out there if you
9:40hit the top 200 yeah you’re gonna make
9:43revenues that are very large but right
9:46but there’s tons of podcasts well and
9:48the only thing stopping us from
9:48monetizing because we have the numbers
9:50we have the listeners we’re at you know
9:52again I don’t have solid analytics but
9:54the analytic I do have say that we have
9:56about seventy one thousand monthly
9:57subscribers across the whole network now
9:59some of those shows are more popular
10:00than others but we have we can monetize
10:03we can bring in money it’s really
10:04finding the time right now which is
10:06another thing that’s shifting for me
10:07right now is I’m being able to shift
10:09more time to the podcast network and I
10:10think that’ll start paying the bills
10:11yeah you know it’s I think it takes a
10:13small team sometimes you need someone
10:15out there out front generating some lead
10:17generation some monetization and someone
10:19actually doing the editing right in a
10:21system and that’s just a process I’m
10:23around a lot so with that I’m gonna take
10:25a quick break and I’m gonna come back on
10:26the back side and we’re going to talk
10:28about your life and success principles
10:29so we’re gonna talk about Reno and a
10:32little commercial from you and like what
10:34do you like to eat in Reno where should
10:35we go to eat okay hey this is Bill quick
10:38little commercial break three quick
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10:50Chris calm now let’s get right back to
10:52the episode with Chris okay we are back
10:56to Chris’s life and success principles
11:00so I’m gonna go ahead and read all five
11:01of these and we’ll go one at a time
11:02how’s that sounds good so the first one
11:05is focus FOC
11:06us and then two is scheduled everything
11:08three is know that know your people and
11:10their strengths and weaknesses nope and
11:12four is don’t be afraid to fail and five
11:14is don’t let anyone don’t let anyone
11:17tell you that it doesn’t work that right
11:19now that’s right okay so if one focus
11:21what does focus me so focus is an
11:23acronym I first heard it on John Lee
11:25Dumas is CEO fire podcast and it’s it’s
11:27it’s follow one course until success
11:29it’s something that I struggle at
11:31actually because there’s so many things
11:32I want to do and they all need to work
11:34together right Shenyang that’s right the
11:36military we had that left I know I know
11:37and it’s not like and this is why I was
11:40actually in some other stuff back in May
11:41with app development of things like that
11:43for archaeology and I had to back away
11:44from that and it was a really tough
11:45decision to make so I could focus on
11:48building up the APN because I want to
11:50back away also for my cultural resource
11:52management firm and do less fieldwork
11:54stuff and focus more on the public
11:56outreach so that’s kind of what I’m
11:57using that to keep my self centered you
11:59know I’m just gonna sidetrack here we’re
12:01gonna talk about not focusing in the
12:03workup show we didn’t talk about we’re
12:04not going to talk about in detail but
12:06one of the projects you’re working on is
12:07bring some technology to archaeology
12:10absolutely which they’re way behind I
12:12know I just went through this a couple
12:13years ago and the social scientists that
12:15it’s likethey they’re scientists or
12:16social scientists they’re not engineers
12:18right they’re not engineers not bring
12:21into a design concept of digitizing and
12:23yes we could talk about that and maybe
12:25in leadership maybe on your archaeology
12:27soul or something I’ll tell you what go
12:29check out art pot Netcom we talk about
12:30it extensively a couple episodes all the
12:33time I think you’re talking about
12:34politics one day listen to it and I’m
12:35sure we work that way yeah right okay
12:38number two is schedule everything yeah I
12:41mean that’s just I know so many people
12:43in fact you know as a as a podcaster I
12:45interview a lot of people and I even use
12:47a scheduling tool online for them today
12:49I was used to just do email but I’m like
12:52no here’s a link go check this out
12:53whatever times are there will work for
12:55me and I still that system sends them an
12:58alert the day of the meeting and and if
13:02I need to cancel it it’ll send them that
13:03and people still forget to show up for
13:04the interview people still forget
13:06because they don’t use a calendar you
13:09know that’s the only way I can keep
13:10everything straight is if I wake up in
13:12the morning some people look at Facebook
13:13I look at my calendar first electronic
13:15calendar yeah electronic calendar 5:30
13:17in the morning I wake up my alarm goes
13:19my phone over and I look at my calendar
13:21and I make sure I don’t have something
13:22going on it say so what’s the best
13:23scheduling software to use I use
13:26calendar leaf counting scheduling
13:27software I might be shifting to acuity
13:29because it integrates with Squarespace a
13:31little better and I’ve heard some good
13:32things about it but I’m not really sure
13:33but I really love calendly right now
13:35schedule once used to be really hot I’m
13:37using calendly myself yeah
13:38problem is when two podcasters both have
13:40calendar like use my know y’all use
13:42yours yeah right right but it’s like you
13:45more difficult in Reno I’m actually
13:46doing these field interviews like this
13:48yeah I feel aren’t podcasters and
13:49they’re not techies per se right so
13:51anyway number three know your people and
13:55their strengths and weaknesses now you
13:56pull teams together right whew yeah so
13:59one of the ways that this business of of
14:01contract archaeology works in everywhere
14:04from big massive engineering firms
14:05multi-million dollar firms down to small
14:08mom-and-pop firms we call them which is
14:09basically what I am the way they operate
14:11is they have a couple people or a team
14:13of people that are full-time on staff
14:15and then when they have a big survey or
14:17excavation project they hire people
14:18temporarily and so you’re constantly
14:21working with new people you might have a
14:22team of people you work with locally but
14:24they could be out on other projects you
14:25might have to go to the local job boards
14:27with the ones we all use that are online
14:28and and pull people in so they might be
14:32working with people that the only thing
14:34they know about them is reading their CV
14:35you know reading their resume so one of
14:37the things I try to do when I have
14:39people is I try to really get to know
14:40them and find out okay what are you
14:43actually good at what do you want to be
14:44good at can I help train you and can you
14:46leave this job with some new skills you
14:47know and but first and foremost the
14:50client’s needs come into play and I have
14:52to say okay there’s a time for training
14:53and there’s a time for let’s get this
14:55done and that comes down to exactly
14:57knowing what they’re capable of and
14:59putting him in those spots where they’re
15:00most effective Chris that’s excellent
15:02you know I you must you contract with
15:05the federal government yes the in-state
15:07I’m sure and some jury and private
15:08contractors in private clients yeah I
15:10remember in the contracting and the Fed
15:13side you had to have a special license
15:15or not a license but number mmm-hmm
15:16favorably can you have all that and you
15:18said yeah yeah we’re set up with all the
15:20all the proper numbers and things that
15:21you remember that a lot of the bids is
15:24he had the general contractor or the
15:26engineering firm already our art
15:28architect and a lot of the
15:30subcontractors there’d be seven or eight
15:32ten packages a lot of
15:33to be the same people just different yes
15:35weeds yes they’ll happen that still
15:37happens word often especially a firm
15:39might like mine that just as archaeology
15:41will will often be a second or
15:43third-tier sub on a really big federal
15:45project yeah I got it yeah I’m one of
15:47the subs yeah King stop because because
15:49a lot of these a big environmental
15:50assessments license and you have yeah
15:52I’m certified payroll like it’s
15:54absolutely bring payroll on I have a
15:56payroll company yeah just bring that on
15:58it’s all certified yeah that’s the art
16:00now you went to school Business School
16:01to figure out a little bit of Navy time
16:04probably not a little bit but you did
16:06what four and a half years yeah and I
16:07because of the program that I took I was
16:09made in e4 pretty much immediately upon
16:12graduating are getting out so so I was I
16:14was actually running a night shift crew
16:16on the enterprise on the USS Enterprise
16:18during a cruise I worked the 7:00 at
16:20night to 7:00 in the morning shift on
16:22the flight deck when I was 20 so I had a
16:24lot of leadership training while I was
16:26in there because they require you to
16:27take that stuff and I appreciate it you
16:28know when you’re sharp and young and you
16:30go into military and get such a head
16:32oh yeah realize that four years of they
16:35get so much if you’re if you’re capable
16:37and getting right training and you know
16:39the right places and do the right things
16:40absolutely get a huge amount of but
16:43responsibility at a young age but it’s
16:45like anything else too though if you
16:47don’t see those opportunities and take
16:49them they’ll pass you by and you’ll
16:50waste your time there I know so many
16:51people that wasted their time in the
16:52military to get anything out of it right
16:53but yeah again but the primary didn’t
16:56progress in their leadership and yeah
16:57exactly our duty positions and all that
16:59so I don’t want to forget this don’t
17:02don’t be afraid to fail number four yeah
17:04that’s that’s a big one because if
17:06you’re if you’re a serial entrepreneur
17:08or if you’re trying to make your
17:11business successful there’s things that
17:12you have to try and you can’t you can’t
17:15let them get you down I’ve tried I’ve
17:17tried different things from a technology
17:18standpoint I love trying to anytime I
17:20see something whether it’s you know my
17:22iPhone or some little gadget or
17:24something like that the first thing I
17:25say is can I use this for archaeology
17:27and I try it and sometimes it fails
17:30sometimes it’s a success sometimes we
17:31have to change things or sometimes you
17:33try a whole new methodology I’ve had
17:35projects that went over-budget because I
17:37didn’t know what I was doing first early
17:39on and I lost money on the project I
17:42can’t look back on that and say well I’m
17:44never gonna do this again I’m never
17:45gonna do that again
17:47caused me to do that but I’m gonna learn
17:48from that mistake and move on and not
17:50dwell on it
17:50yet one of the ways to make money is
17:51find something actually makes money and
17:53I repeat it over and over and over and
17:55change slowly absolutely and there’s
17:57pros and cons to that sometimes with all
17:58these this technology is moving so fast
18:00that things are just changing a whole
18:03new industries are coming up yeah and I
18:05like in your industry I think it’s a
18:07little slow to change probably because
18:09of the government systems and
18:10regulations as well as the professors
18:12and the universities well in its the we
18:15have a we’re in a unique position in
18:16time for professional archaeology firms
18:19a lot of those are run right now by
18:22people who got their PhDs back in the
18:24late 70s early 80s and they’re starting
18:25to retire out and pass on to younger
18:27generations but they’re really resistant
18:30to change and technology and I’ve seen
18:32that yeah I’ve seen that firsthand
18:33absolutely it’s just crazy yeah and then
18:35finally don’t let anyone tell you that
18:38you that it won’t work I’ve got so much
18:40yeah don’t let anybody tell you that it
18:42will not work I I have as an
18:44archaeologist people expect me when I
18:47when I first started doing this people
18:48expect me to you know toe the line and
18:50just be a field technician and then go
18:52do this and they say oh well you know
18:54don’t do that because no-one’s ever been
18:56found success doing that or no one’s
18:57ever done this and when I started
18:59getting into podcasting I thought from
19:01day one that when I first started my
19:03first show which I ended up taking down
19:04again don’t be afraid to fail that
19:06podcast doesn’t exist anywhere because I
19:08thought it was terrible and I didn’t
19:09want it out there and I took it down and
19:11I started another one and from day one
19:13of starting that second podcast I
19:14thought this is what I’m gonna end up
19:16doing I didn’t know I was gonna start a
19:18network three years later I can’t sing
19:19can be addicting you’ve stayed well yeah
19:20you’ll be with it forever
19:21I I will and it’s something public
19:23outreach and doing these things even if
19:25it never made me any money I’d be doing
19:27it in some way shape or form but I know
19:28that there’s such a need and a craving
19:30for this stuff that regardless how many
19:33people tell me you can’t make money in
19:34podcasting I know that this will pay the
19:36bills for me and other people someday
19:37well there’s just so many other elements
19:39like we talked about earlier I have
19:41switched over in timelines to go 24
19:43local interviews because I realized four
19:46five interviews I’m five or ten
19:47interviews one year my wife made about
19:49$50,000 in Commission mmm
19:52offer connections that she made through
19:53the podcast yeah she sponsors the
19:55podcast and people get to know man it’s
19:57a relationship so 24 podcasts should
20:01$100,000 that’s so there’s different
20:03ways of podcasts help in business
20:06I can’t I I’m not gonna go in much
20:08detail there yeah he has like two
20:09minutes I thought I had a lot a lot of
20:12websites oh we’ve got another one we
20:13recorded today thank God that we haven’t
20:15even published yet and we long on this
20:17interview I like I’m so intrigued and
20:19I’m completely changing how I do the
20:21local interviews right help you it more
20:23time because it’s having so much fun
20:24okay go in the last section here of the
20:27podcast it’s more about you and your
20:29commercial so give me a commercial how
20:31the listener mm-hmm both on YouTube and
20:34in the podcast can help you what can we
20:36do to help you well honestly as far as
20:40the podcast network goes we like people
20:42to go to our Facebook page and Twitter
20:44and things like that cuz all our stuff
20:45posts there and one of the the biggest
20:48things that we need is for the public to
20:51understand more about public outreach
20:53and and archaeology and heritage and
20:55things like that
20:56so even if you’re already drinking the
20:57kool-aid and you love everything that
20:58we’re doing share those on your own
21:00social networks so your family and
21:02friends that don’t hear these things can
21:05benefit from the information and while
21:06you’re doing that if you like what we’re
21:08doing you know we have a membership
21:10program that we just started because
21:11because you know I’ve done advertising
21:13I’m probably gonna do some more I’ve
21:15done sponsoring but I want this to be a
21:17listener-supported network and we have
21:19we’re bringing in you know a few hundred
21:21dollars a month right now on on
21:22memberships and that’s slowly climbing
21:24every week and and I love it and that’s
21:27the one reason we have some gear and
21:28things like that because we give those
21:30we give those to people and that become
21:33our Pro subscribers and we’re producing
21:35learning content for these pro
21:36subscribers so you know all kinds of
21:39different things so I guess the the
21:41commercial aspect that the how can you
21:44help us is to really just spread the
21:46word the more people that hear about
21:47what we’re doing and what we’re trying
21:48to do I think the better we’re trying to
21:51counter things like the History Channel
21:52and their shows and the Discovery
21:54Channel that just the ancient aliens
21:56crowd things like that that just there’s
21:57misinformation out there you know what I
21:59am saying now like you said it’s
22:01starting to build is you talked earlier
22:02is in the universities now it’s funny
22:04I’m just seeing the first pot yeah
22:06Studios pop-up yeah if you’ve been well
22:08ahead of the power curve alright some of
22:09the geeky guys and Technology we’re
22:11doing it right but not the professional
22:13fields like absolutely
22:14that’s the other thing I’m trying to do
22:16is with the public outreach stuff is I’m
22:17I’m passionate about podcasting in
22:19general and podcast movement just
22:20ignited this because it was the first
22:22thing I’d gone to that wasn’t archeology
22:23related that was pretty much all these
22:25it’s nice you you give a free one-hour
22:27orientation start podcasting here here
22:30at the collective say what shoot him
22:31over to my free course podcasters home
22:32absolutely and what I like is before you
22:35go and do the perfect podcast learn how
22:37to do just a basic quick little podcast
22:39yep and that’s that’s it so as we finish
22:42up here we always ask your from Reno we
22:45didn’t really ask how you got here
22:46yeah LG brought me here that’s why I
22:49assume because great archaeologists
22:51imich called a Great Basin we learn the
22:54environment we’re at the start the part
22:56of the Great Basin starts here yep we
22:58got burners up here absolutely burners
23:00are here in town or even they go out in
23:02the field now if you gotta bring man yet
23:04I haven’t yet actually know why I don’t
23:07make it out there as a burner myself but
23:09it’s so many people 60,000 yeah it’s a
23:11lot and they clean it all up – yeah they
23:13must have to use an archaeologist
23:14somewhere out there you would think
23:16right yeah they’re gonna need to later
23:17yeah so we’ll watch that this week on TV
23:21but going out word when I come to Reno
23:23where should I gotta eat I’ll tell you
23:25what my wife and I when we first came
23:28here we we like sushi and Reno is such a
23:31crazy place you have a lot of sushi here
23:33well not only do we have a lot but it’s
23:35all all-you-can-eat yeah oh yeah this is
23:37crazy yeah one of our favorites that we
23:39go to in we used to live up in Northeast
23:42no no we used to live up in Sparks and
23:46we went there because it was close and
23:48now it’s far away because we’re down in
23:49downtown Reno we still go there it’s
23:51called the joint tha joint there’s
23:53actually one down here in Reno now off
23:55Virginia but I think it’s it’s different
23:57somehow we still go to the one up in
23:59Sparks and we love it
24:00you know Reno has we’re a small city and
24:03then everyone comes in the weekends or
24:04we have Vince all the time all the time
24:06so when they all go away it’s really
24:07small we have all these great places but
24:09because we have so many great
24:10restaurants here it’s because of the
24:11tourism absolutely yeah there’s so much
24:13to do but that that sounds neat we do
24:15have a lot of sue she’s really strange
24:16hello is drench somebody else talked
24:19about sushi we look at the history of
24:20sushi and started like an LA and it’s so
24:22la everything comes to LA it here in San
24:24Francisco and all these different
24:26cultures you go somewhere else and
24:28sushi and you’ll get a single roll for
24:29like twelve or fourteen dollars that’s
24:30really big that’s the one thing people
24:32don’t realize when they come to Reno the
24:33rolls are really tiny but that’s cuz you
24:35order like ten of them and share them on
24:36the table I know it’s crazy
24:38yeah well Chris we could go on and on
24:40and we went you took we probably took an
24:42extra hour and something just talking on
24:43the pretty work up I’m actually gonna
24:45start blocking more of these local pre
24:46work up so it’s really a pleasure to
24:48have a local podcaster here thank you
24:49yeah I appreciate it to know you I heard
24:51about yeah and it’s just mice
24:53outstanding all right Chris Wade goodbye
24:55all right thank you we want to thank
24:57Chris for coming on time lines I want to
24:59make a quick announcement to chris is
25:01gonna start a podcast meetup group in
25:04Reno I know I’ll be part of it probably
25:06be at the collective so look up at the
25:08meetups to make sure when you’re in Reno
25:10to look us up and attend one of the
25:12podcast meetups the meantime I want to
25:16thank you again for tuning in to this
25:17episode of timelines if you go right
25:18here and subscribe would definitely
25:20appreciate it
25:21take care and see you on the next
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