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Job Lead: New travel website Trazzler.com

By Abha | September 20th, 2008 | 1 Comment »

Trazzler is a Tumblr-style new travel website that helps you decide where to go. It’s a new concept that gives you personalised, hand-picked travel options after analysing your travel history... [Read this entry]

User-Generated Travel Book To Be Compiled On Facebook

By Abha | July 12th, 2008 | Add a Comment »

Here’s travel-writing Web 2.0 taken to a new level: In conjunction with a company called iGo iWrite, if you are on Facebook (get an account immediatley if not!), you can... [Read this entry]



Fall 2008: Be A National Geographic Correspondent

By Abha | May 19th, 2008 | 2 Comments »

“Glimpse” — National Geographic’s new print and online platform (urr…magazine?) is looking for people aged between 18-30 who plan to spend at least 10-weeks studying abroad from August 15-December 30... [Read this entry]

Live Blogging Session: What Do Readers Want From A Travel Blog?

By Abha | April 14th, 2008 | 1 Comment »

An eternal question for those getting into travel-blogging. Folks over at Europe A La Carte blog will have a live-blogging session on this topic. A group of travel-bloggers (list not... [Read this entry]

What Travel-Writer Personality Are You?

By Abha | January 28th, 2008 | Add a Comment »

For those of you who haven’t seen this already, Rucksack Wanderer Tim Patterson over at Brave New Traveler has come up with 6 most original travel-writer personalities:
-The Intrepid Monk[Read this entry]

The Beginning Of Travel-Publishing?

By Abha | September 3rd, 2007 | Add a Comment »

Ever wondered when the travel-publishing industry began, in what form, by whom, how, and with what intention?
Honestly, I never did until I came across this piece on an exhibition... [Read this entry]

Hidden Europe

By Abha | August 29th, 2007 | 4 Comments »

Summer is almost over here in Madrid. People are starting to get back to work and not wearing shorts anymore.
Other than a zillion visitors (aka sangria and more sangria)... [Read this entry]

Lonely Planet’s Pick & Mix

By Nicholas | August 24th, 2007 | 1 Comment »

Guidebooks in PDF format have been around for awhile and I’ve never found them much of use. I have a couple of guides from various publishers stuck in a folder... [Read this entry]

Write for Lonely Planet…

By Abha | August 9th, 2007 | 1 Comment »

…on FACEBOOK.
Yes, oh my goodness - everyones on it! It seems to be invading the Internet by becoming this super informative portal where you can interact with anyone and... [Read this entry]

World Nomads/Lonely Planet Travel Film Scholarship

By Nicholas | June 19th, 2007 | Add a Comment »

World Nomads and Lonely Planet have announced a Video Documentary Scholarship, the next in the series of World Nomads Travel Scholarships, and is calling for applications.
The winner will travel... [Read this entry]

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