…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 everyone you’ve wanted to. I wonder how long this fad will last. Anyway, coming to the point: I might have […]
I love the Travel Channel, but The World’s Best Mexican Travel Resorts was actually the title of a show that I caught the other day. Oddly enough, all of the resorts featured were in Mexico.
So the Guardian has a new travel-blog spy on board – Benji Lanyado. Looks like the Guardian is diverting new focus to the blogosphere, and this dude is doing the honours. He is not a typical reviewer though – hard to please and not afraid to say what he thinks. […]
Perceptive Travel has released its latest issue, July/August. The ezine is published by World’s Cheapest Destinations author Tim Leffel and features the work of travel (and other) writers with at least one book in print. For those of you who haven’t seen it yet, check it out. There’s a great […]
Symphony Space was kind enough to send us a copy of their new Travel Tales compact disc collection so I thought I’d share it with everyone. The collection is made up of short travel clips (the combined total of the 6 stories is just three hours on three total discs). […]
As the author to a few guidebooks, maybe I should be somewhat offended by this, but for some reason I want to buy it. Kazakh journalist Borat Sagdiyev (AKA British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen), has inked a deal with Flying Dolphin Press, an imprint of Random House Inc.’s Doubleday Broadway […]
If you are an editor, photographer, a writer, trying to be a writer, or whatever, as long as you are waddling in the travel-publishing industry, and want to share your experiences with a crowd who will listen to what you have to say, this opportunity may be yours. The event […]
Check out a great interview on Gadling with founder or Seal Press Barbara Sjoholm. The interview has been done by our very own Kelly Amabile, and is in the context of one of Barbara’s latest books “Incognito Street: How Traveling Made Me A Writer”. The interview is inspiring and full […]
So we have been nominated – thanks Taylor, you rock! Friends, readers, bloggers, writers and travellers: we have one vote. 🙁 So, if this blog has meant anything to you, ever, please go vote for us!
Gridskipper re-launched yesterday and the result is a completely new look, expanded features, wider focus, more contributors and detailed maps with hotspots marked out per city. New focus cities include: Berlin, Los Angeles, New York, Paris, San Francisco, and Sydney. Although now it looks more obviously part of ‘Gawker’, the […]