An interactive look at the journeys of Gonzaga, North Carolina, Oregon and South Carolina.
The HOG World Tour has been a “thing” now for 10+ years. I’ve traveled to many cool places and experienced golf around the world in some tremendous locations. I thought it would be cool to document all of the places I’ve played golf somehow. Being a web developer by day, I thought of coding an […]
Employers are increasingly mining workers’ emails, chat logs, and tracking face-to-face interactions to get a better grasp on how information travels among employees.
Swimming with metaphorical sharks is one thing, but actually getting into the water with the razor-toothed ocean predators? Crazy, right? Not according to the masses of shark-obsessed scuba divers who travel great distances—and pay big money—to get face time with the giant fish.
An interactive graphic by Metrocosm has managed to show one entire year of global air passenger traffic between airports by pinpointing routes with 1.4 million green little dots.
In many cases you may only have a few seconds to impress a busy pro blogger. Being a world traveler and pro blogger I field emails and social media requests every day. I often enter into prospering partnerships with folks who are skilled, savvy, heartfelt networkers. Show More Summary
By Audrey Scott A few thoughts on the current state of global discourse, the power of individual interactions in the world of travel, and an update on a new project we’ve undertaken in Berlin with Context Travel. Anyone else feelingShow More Summary
Spotlight Stories' “Pearl” follows a father and daughter as they travel the country in their beloved hatchback, chasing their dreams. Created and produced as an interactive VR experience, a 360 video, and a theatrical short film, “Pearl”...Show More Summary
Mr. McCain has challenged the new president early and often on a host of issues, including his attitude toward Russia, his travel ban and his sometimes abrupt interactions with other world leaders.
One location for your news, social, health and travel plans, backed up by voice interactions. Personal feeds like the Google Feed (formerly Google Now) and HTC BlinkFeed aren't a new idea, and phone makers never seem to tire of trying to collate all your personal info and updates into one place. Show More Summary
(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) A new model is mapping out the path of coronal mass ejections as they travel from the sun to Earth, where these storms can interact with our planet's magnetic fields and cause a variety of space weather effects.
The sound of samba at Rio’s carnival or rush hour traffic in New York can instantly teleport you back, but how well can you identify a place just by its soundscape? Try a fascinating quiz to find out.
(Springer) How electrons interact with other electrons at quantum scale in graphene affects how quickly they travel in the material, leading to its high conductivity. Now, Natália Menezes and Cristiane Morais Smith and a Brazilian colleague,...Show More Summary
A professor at the University of Waterloo created an interactive map with 49,603 historic points of interest. It’s meant to be a research project, but it’s actually a pretty fun tool for browsing sites and planning travel. Read more...
December is officially upon us. With the holiday season in full swing, we are more likely to encounter the unforeseen travel delays, frustratingly long lines, and triggering interpersonal interactions that tend to be commonplace this time of year. These situations can push our buttons and […]
Smart travel planners might begin trip research with the people in charge of a city’s tourism. Name: Guidezoomer.com What it does: An interactive map of the United States “zooms” you to visitor guides for states, cities and counties across the country. Discover things to do, places to stay and...
Breaking out of the confines of the conventional classroom and into the giant, interactive classroom that is the world, these families are engaging in self-directed, active learning on their travels.
Thanksgiving Flight Patterns is a cool animated, interactive data visualization from the NY Times TheUpshot that looks at where people traveled to for the Thanksgiving holiday last week. On the interactive version on the NY Times site, you can hover over any included city to see only those connections. Show More Summary
We stayed at the Mayor Capo Di Corfu, formerly the Aquis Capo Di Corfu) for a week in early October 2015, It was part of a dynamic package holiday from Travel Interaction, which was featured in the Travelzoo weekly newsletter. We paid a total of £688 for the holiday: £371 for an all inclusive seven […]
A new interactive map allows users to travel back in time to 1953 and get a glimpse of the German capital still without a wall, and still devastated by the Second World War.