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3 Travel Apps to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
By using a few simple apps, your business can decrease its carbon footprint, boost your image as an eco-friendly company and gain new customers.
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How Family Shapes Tastes in Travel
Friday RX: Free Your Brain and Body Every Day
Wise Advice from Maya Angelou: Take 1 Free Day
Every person needs to take one day away. A day in which one consciously separates the past from the future. Jobs, family, employers, and friends can exist one day without any one of us, and if our
Literary Tourism: Bloomsday Across the U.S.
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My Paris Romance: The Story of a Bookstore
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To Read is to Fly
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Travel Style Dictates Accommodation Choices
Destinations for Good: Let's Take the Empty Out of Travel...
Dying life of the tribe: Spectacular pictures by British...
Jimmy Nelson has spent the last three years photographing 35 of the most aesthetically beautiful and remote tribes in all corners of the world.
Giants of Patagonia: Dwarfed by Nature in Chile's Torres del Paine Give me a condor's quill! Give me Vesuvius' crater for an inkstand! ~ Herman Melville, in Moby-Dick Named for Magellan's mythical...
Patagonia Unplugged: A Cruise through the Chilean Fjords...
A Love Letter To Eugene
And sometimes homecomings make you realize where you left your heart. You know that Heart in Oregon t-shirt they sell online now? Of course I own one. Even after three decades of life in California, going back to Oregon is like falling in love all ov...
A quirky and fun garden in Mendocino - Travel Photo Discovery...
Boatful of Books
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Drawn the Road Again - An illustrated travel blog by Chandler...
Destination Birthday: Five Ways to Make it Special
Dog Days: Have Dog, Will Travel
Shareable: How to Host A Garden Frolic (Garden Installation)...
David Rockwell on storytelling and the art of creating shared...
David Rockwell has been a favorite of design-forward hoteliers like the Starwood Group and Morgans, and you can see why.
The Scale of the Universe 2
Zoom from the edge of the universe to the quantum foam of spacetime and learn about everything in between.
10 Animals You Probably Didn't Know Existed
Boatful of Stargazers
Craving San Francisco Sunshine? Don't Go in Summer
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Meals as Celebration: Have Picnic, Will Travel
Summer State Of Mind: Tips for Practicing the Omm of Summer...
Monday Mind Trip: Describe a Wild Place You Love
One of many charming old neon ads in Ireland's...
One of many charming old neon ads in Ireland's capital, the Why Go Bald sign at 3 Great Georges Street is said to be Bono's favorite Dublin landmark. See this sign and more in person on our June jaunt...
Ten Small (But Mighty) Travel Tips for Dublin
People don't live in New Orleans because it is...
People don't live in New Orleans because it is easy. They live here because they are incapable of living anywhere else in the just same way. ~ Ian McNulty, A Season of Night: New Orleans Life after...
A Haiku Inspired by Two Memorials
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Dream Destination? Check Facts (and the Calendar) Before You Sail Better a witty fool than a foolish wit. ~William Shakespeare If you're one of the millions who's built Pinterest travel dreams on i...
Who Put the Cat in Catalina? The Branding of Catalina Island....
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Travel-Planning 101: Champagne Trip, Beer-Barge Budget When preparing to travel, lay out all your clothes and all your money. Then take half the clothes and twice the money. ~Susan Heller Every tri...
Flotsam & Jetsam
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The Genetics and Birth of Homer's Iliad
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Classic Illustrations for Travelers: Picture Books Fuel...
5 Types Of Love Americans Can't Name
Last year, the Oxford Dictionary Online added a bunch of popular words including lolz, ridic and vajazzle, but there are still some feelings and experiences no English word can quite describe. Here are some foreign words that might help you convey al...
Most Beautiful Mountains - Mountain Walking in Ireland
7 surprising facts about Charles Darwin
Glow-in-the-dark mushroom rediscovered after 170 years
Spotted once in 1840 and then never seen again, one of the world's most bioluminescent mushrooms has been rediscovered deep in the Brazilian wilderness.
Boatful of Fun
Saying Goodbye to a Graceful Friend
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Monday Mind Trip: Create a Cloud of Words that Move You
Striking Gold: Buried Treasure in an Irish Farm Field
Hurricane Sandy Poetry Initiative
Storm Poet: William Stafford on Surviving Crisis
Literary voices: What does 'Hope' mean now?
Poet Tracy K. Smith offers her perspective on Barack Obama's campaign message of hope four years later.
Margaret, Maid of Norway
Panel Mania: Curses! Foiled Again
How the BRIC Countries are Influencing Social Media
Social media has firmly established itself in the United States, but sometimes marketers and entrepreneurs fail to realize that there are genuine social opp
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'Curator's code' proposed for web attribution (Wired UK)...
The brain behind Brainpickings.org, Maria Popova, has proposed a code of conduct for curators on the web to use to attribute their sources
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A Haiku Inspired by Two Memorials
Unphotographable: a text account of pictures missed
Unphotographable: a text account of pictures missed.