Panbo

Look, Ma, I'm blogging!

... written for Panbo by Ben Ellison and posted on Apr 12, 2005

BenPLandingL_smallBen Ellison here, pleased to introduce myself as the new editor of Panbo.com. Yme Bosma did a fine job of starting this weblog last year, and I’m pleased to report that he’s staying on to manage and grow the technology behind it. Between us, we hope to take advantage of this new medium to create a lively window into the fascinating and fast-moving world of marine electronics.

As for me, I’m a life-long boat guy — cruiser, delivery captain, navigation instructor, almanac editor, sucker for odd vessels, etc. etc. — who’s lived on the coast of Maine since buying an old 40’ wooden sloop here in 1971.  Nowadays I’m the Electronics Editor for both Power & Motoryacht and Sail magazines (who owns and enjoys both kinds of boats). I’m also an advisor for Marine Electronics Journal and write columns for Voyaging and Maine Boats & Harbors. I’ve watched yacht and work boat navigation go from RDF and celestial to satellites and PCs, and am enthusiastic to see where the heck the technology is headed next. Yme and I hope you’ll join us as a reader and/or contributor to blog about it! 

Comments

Welcome Ben!

You've been a great source of inspiration from the beginning of this weblog, I think it's great your a part of its future now!

Posted by: Yme Bosma at April 13, 2005 2:50 PM | Reply

Glad to see someone is goign to be taking care of Panbo. Now I think we need to come up with a name for the sailing\boating blogosphere. :-) See ya on the beach after you set the hook!

Posted by: Patrick at April 14, 2005 7:48 AM | Reply

Hello Ben....welcome! I have to say it was a lonely bunch of months with no new Panbo news, so I am pretty excited to see things back up and running again.

Posted by: Eli at April 14, 2005 3:22 PM | Reply

Ben,
This is great stuff. I will enjoy this!

Posted by: Bruce at April 26, 2005 10:55 PM | Reply

Fantastic!I just now saw that Panbo resumed publishing. Welcome to the boat blogging community! And good posts, too.

Posted by: Aaron at May 3, 2005 5:27 AM | Reply

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