Another blogger’s post gives me some thoughts about the words we throw around and the vitriol we can dish out online – and how it can make better bloggers and people of us all.
It’s been a busy month for the business end of this blog. There’s been an unusual rush of requests, from guest posts to link exchanges and everywhere between. And I could really use some help from those in the know about one particular request.
One of my ongoing travel problems is getting off my high horse – especially about types of travel. Another blogger’s words resonate with me by reminding me that I’m not alone.
An examiner.com writer plagiarizes the New Times, and forces me to make a few observations on the content farm and why anyone would write for it.
A guidebook leaves me unprepared for a hike near Busan, South Korea – and makes me reflect why I think good travel bloggers are now more credible than guide books.
PressReader is a smartphone app that promises to keep travelers plugged into their favorite newspapers. But is that really what it does best? And what else can it do?
Hey, everyone. I have the sledgehammer out … I’m trying to spruce this site up a bit. There will be experimentation, some of which won’t work. The content is all still here. Please bear with me while I get a few things figured out.
Should you drink your own pee? That’s the question asked in the lead story of my Cool Content roundup. Plus, kooks, underground wars, bad writing and more!
Here’s my first-ever roundup of cool content I’ve unearthed from other bloggers.
Writing this blog is a constant challenge. And the way I approach it changes over time. Here’s where I am in my internal blog monolog – and what I hope to do in the future.