In this episode Nicolas sends out the call for FSRideAlong Co-Hosts in an effort to try a panel show format again (more at the end of the description). Nicolas also poses the question AMD or Intel for flight sim?
Would you like to be a co-host on the show? Here are the details:
Looking for dedicated flight simmers to co-host monthly flight sim audio podcast. Must be available once a month to record and do pre-production work. Position is a volunteer position. Video, audio, hardware experience a plus. Email email@example.com for more information.
Don’t forget, Mike of zerosideslip.com is offering a special discount for FSRideAlong listeners. If your interested go to zerosideslip.com to book a training session and be sure to mention the promo code “FSRIDEALONG.” The code is valid till May 31st, 2020.
In this episode I share my reactions to EAA’s preview of FS2020. The article was written by Hal Bryan former Flight Sim developer and current Senior Editor for EAA Digital and Print Content and Publications. We will be hearing directly from Hal in the next episode!
Way back in 2010 (before Twitch) I started a thing called FSRideAlong. The idea was to take you the listener along as I did my virtual globe trotting in Flight Sim. Needless to say, the idea didn’t go as well as I had hoped but the show has evolved a bit and you can find current episodes below.
As the internet evolved and video streaming became a thing I started a Twitch Channel also called FSRideAlong (I refer to it as the video version). You can find it here.
In this episode I wonder if comparing every flight sim plane developer to PMDG is a good idea. I also talk about my recent flight sim activity. I also talk about my upgraded computer. Lastly, I mention my search for a job in the flightsim or aviation industry My renewed FSRideAlong Stream is available at twitch.tv/nicnacjak
In this episode we talk with Rob Burgon about his new job flying the 737. We talk about how the aircraft has the overhead panel that brings you back to the 60s when it was designed while the instrument panel features the glass cockpit you’d expect from a modern airliner. We also talk a little about the reality of choosing a plane to fly in a modern airline .
In this episode I announce that I won’t be attending FlightSimCon this year but will be dedicating the donations to attending next year. I also talk FSDreamTeam, P3D4, Aerosoft’s Barcelona and the competition on that airport, IDS KSMF, Bellingham, landings, Taxi2Gate St Louis, my wishlist for next month and my recent activities in the sim. Lastly, I recommend a panel video podcast called On Approach
Despite my success with FSRideAlong and related projects things have hit a sour note. Lots of ego little external validation. My thanks to my Mom, Paige, Aimee, and Meagan for helping me get through the week. You can check out Meagan’s research work here
In this episode a next gen sim gets voted off the show! I spend the rest of the episode talking about the serious sim market and what platform I think PMDG, Aerosoft, A2A, TFDi, and LevelD will use. There is some heavy X Plane 11 talk and a lot of marketing talk that may be good for your next crew rest. If you have feedback email firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicnac (they/them) is a passionate, neurodivergent and queer person in their 30s. Nicnac debuted their personal podcast The Nicnac Podcast in May of 2006. The podcast is a scripted/improvisational mix featuring conversations and armchair philosophizing about Nicnac’s passions and strife including a dedicated series on flight simulation called FSRideAlong which debuted in 2010.
In the past 15 years, Nicnac has produced over 400 episodes across their main podcast and their FSRideAlong Series. Nicnac has also volunteered their time in their community to produce and host audio content for radio and streaming. They are an avid technology user and an all-around geek for knowledge and system design. They are extremely passionate about social justice and favor societal structures that ensure individual needs are met and work out communal concerns through Dynamic Governance. They are currently serving as an organizing council member of The Chico, California chapter of The Democratic Socialists of America.
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