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My friend Amy Langfield has released a new web site called, featuring all she knows about travel and sites worth visiting in NY. New but promising.

Rick Bruner | October 4, 2004 | Good Resources | Permanent link | Comments (0)

DC Fly-by


Very cool intereactive aerial map of Washington DC. The site gives a great overview of the layout of the city, and it lets you click on icons and sites to see details in pop up windows. Great for kids.

Rick Bruner | August 23, 2004 | Good Resources | Permanent link | Comments (1)

Forbes's 'The Best of Life'

FYI, has a nice resource for lovers of "Best/Worst" lists called "The Best of Life." Recently covered topics include

Rick Bruner | August 23, 2004 | Best / Worst, Good Resources | Permanent link | Comments (0)

New York Gears Up For Republican Convention

As the Republican convention nears and New York City expects hords of politicions and protesters to descend upon the city, there's all kinds of shenanigans and solutions to those shenanigans in the works. We've rounded up several stories on the convention for your reading pleasure:

  • Newsday repoprts Major Bloomberg is offering protesters "Peaceful Political Activists" badges in return for their agreeing to adhere to the city's laws and regulations.

  • NPR reports on volunteer tour guides and a group of protesters disguising themselves as official conference information people, giving bogus directions and fake maps.

  • NPR reports on activists preparing to provide demonstrators with housing, legal advice and city maps and guides.
  • The People's Guide to the Republican National Convention has put to gether a guide for visitors and protesters alike.

  • Gothamist reports Mayor Bloomber is offering various discounts to plays, museums, and products.

  • And if that's not enough for you, Google has much more.

Steve Hall | August 20, 2004 | Good Resources | Permanent link | Comments (4)


I've blogged here before about "wikis," the weird new kind of open web databases that any reader can contribute to, notably WikiTravel. Well, now there is also NYWiki. If you are curious about minutia about NY, go check it out (though it's only a month old, so content should grow considerably in the coming weeks and month). If you know something about NY you want to contribute, by all means, go log in and have at it.

Rick Bruner | August 13, 2004 | Good Resources | Permanent link | Comments (0)

Travel Resources for Women

Thought it would be useful to track down some useful travel resources especially for women. So far, I have found only these:

  • Adventure Divas - "Television and web media that charts the growing wide, wide world of divadom"

  • City Women - "Local city guides for women"

  • Journey Woman - "An online travel resource just for women"

  • Let's Go Girl - "The first girl-tested, girl-approved travel guide to the United States & beyond"
I'm sure there must be others. If you have some to recommend, please do in the Comments feature of this post and I'll update. Thanks.

Rick Bruner | August 12, 2004 | Good Resources | Permanent link | Comments (0)

Most Downloaded Latina Hosts Travel Show


Latin Supermodel Estelle Reyna, referred to as "the most downloaded woman," has extended her popularity into the travel industry with a half hour show called "Estelle's Paradise" airing in 80 U.S. markets reaching 50 million viewers as well as on the Internet. The show also reached 40 million European households. Each show, which is available in English and Spanish, focuses on the usual travel paradise locations such as Kauai, Hawaii which explored beaches, mountains, culture and vegetation. Details in this press release.

Reyna, born in Venezuela to a Columbian mother and Spanich father, isn't just a pretty face fronting a travel gawk-a-thon. She's been a world traveler since the age of 12, speaks 6 languages and has been credited with a unique ability to comfortably communicate with tourists, business owners, laborers and natives.

Steve Hall | August 6, 2004 | Good Resources | Permanent link | Comments (0)

Fodor's Travel Blog


Hey, our favorite travel blog is still BizNetTravel, but we just discovered this excellent one from Fodor's. Check it out.

Rick Bruner | July 29, 2004 | Good Resources | Permanent link | Comments (2)

Mile High Club


Been there? Done that? Get the t-shirt!

In case you don't get the joke or are otherwise of sensitive constitution, this is PG-13 humor!

Rick Bruner | July 26, 2004 | Good Resources | Permanent link | Comments (0)


We just discovered an interesting site, HotelChatter, a blog-like site focused specifically on the hotel industry. We'll be keeping an eye on this going forward and see what good story ideas we can steal from them.

Rick Bruner | July 9, 2004 | Good Resources | Permanent link | Comments (0)


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