Distribution. In episode 0000001 today, I touched on how Native Americans used the buffalo.
Rather than hunt and waste the kills, most Native Americans used every part of the animal.
Using All Parts: When the Plains people killed a buffalo, they used every part of it. Nothing was wasted. They used the hide for tepee coverings, bedding, clothes, moccasins, and robes. The buffalo hair was used for rope and halters. The hoofs were used for rattles. The horns were used to make dishes and spoons and ladles. From various parts, they made whips, saddle pads, glues, toys, drums, belts, stirrups, shields, knife cases, boats, thread, and of course – FOOD. Text from: NativeAmericans.mrdonn.org
This is my plan with content
I’m focusing on Video. And consistency of showing up, with quality, smart stories for your enjoyment.
- I prepare one thirty minute show from 8:30AM til 9:00AM Monday thru Thursday.
- Once my iTunes Audio and separate Video Podcast are active, each Monday thru Thursday before three pm eastern time, I’ll release the day’s 6 minute audio podcast and 30 minute video podcast.
- Friday, prior to three pm, I’ll release the fifth 6 minute audio podcast