Immediately after the sickening sensation when you realise you have lost your mobile phone (you know, when you’ve dialled it and don’t hear it ringing in the kitchen) comes the realisation that somebody else might have it.
Ok, it’s not the end of the world. Most people are honest and decent aren’t they? Let’s hope they hand it in, or maybe ring to say they have it.
Yeah, let’s hope!
The Internet security giant, Symantec, has been wondering the same Continue Reading
If you run a travel website, chances are you spend an inordinate wedge of time glued to Facebook – whether you like it or not. As the world and his wife keeps reminding us, that’s where your audience is, sitting slack-jawed in readiness to gobble up and regurgitate your gobbets of travel inspiration, so you have to be there too.
If you are one of those who measures out their days not with TS Eliot’s coffee spoons, but with those Continue Reading
PinClout is a new website that brings analytics to Pinterest and assigns users a score from one to 100.
As mentioned in an earlier post, Pinterest is a fun new platform that, if leveraged properly, can provide an upper hand for travel bloggers and travel brands. Given all the recent buzz surrounding Pinterest, it was just a matter of time before some type of new service would come along to offer insight into a user’s activity Continue Reading
Some CouchSurfers are worried by recent developments at their favourite site.
When popular travel and accommodation site CouchSurfing (CS) accepted $7.6 million in funding by turning from not-for-profit to B Corporation (benefit corporation), controversy ensued. The hospitality site wasn’t going to let a little contention stop it from turning down millions, but five months later CouchSurfers are, once again, up in arms about recent changes. And this time those in charge are listening.