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Join Team TARDIS With New ‘Doctor Who’ Skype Bot

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets :

Finally, the chance to travel with the Doctor. Skype and BBC Worldwide this week launched the Doctor Who Bot, opening the doors to the TARDIS with interactive game “The Saviour of Time.” Fans […] The post Join Team TARDIS With New ‘Doctor Who’ Skype Bot appeared first on

An Adorable Visit to Japan’s Famous Rabbit Island

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

The filmmakers of Beat Down Boogie traveled to the famous Japanese island of Okunoshima, known more colloquially as Rabbit Island (Usagi Jima), and captured the adorable animals at play, at rest and interacting with people of all ages. Show More Summary

Now Anyone Can Travel To The Heart Of North Korea (And Not End Up In a Prison Camp)

Ryan Pickrell Security, Asia Thanks to technology.  A Swedish startup has created the world’s first interactive virtual reality model of North Korea’s capital, Pyongyang. North Korea is one of the most exotic travel destinations in the world, but visiting has its risks. Show More Summary

How well travelled are YOU compared to the Queen?

A new interactive map lets you pitch yourself against a number of travel icons, including David Attenborough, Bear Grylls, Karl Pilkington and the British Queen.

Guy Havell

last monthArts / Photography : Shotkit

I’m an Australian AIPP Master Photographer who specialises in photographing landscape, travel and the interaction of architecture within the landscape. I could be described...


Open source travel information with regional guides. Users can participate by offering hints and reviews. Includes travel tools. Grammar Bytes! Grammar Instruction with Attitude. Includes detailed terms, interactive exercises, handouts, and more!

Pot legalization, Trudeau’s travels, Syria fallout: Crosstalk live

Talk politics with insiders Evan Solomon and John Geddes, every Wednesday at 10:15 AM ET, with our weekly interactive Facebook Live show The post Pot legalization, Trudeau’s travels, Syria fallout: Crosstalk live appeared first on

641st Friday Blog Roundup

It has been a strangely busy week — travel, work, bathroom remodeling, weekend guests, and hosting Pesach on Monday — which means something had to fall through the cracks, and so far it’s the interactive fiction game I was set to play for my monthly interactive fiction club.  (It’s like a book club, but instead […]

A New Interactive Map Lets Nature Lovers Track Yosemite's Bears

2 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Zoom in for an up-close look, or check to see how far the bears have traveled.

A revolution in lightat the small scale

Light behaves in rather tame and predictable ways when interacting with everyday objects—it travels in straight lines, rebounds when it hits shiny surfaces, and gets bent by lenses. But weird and wonderful things start to happen when light interacts with very small objects. Show More Summary

Kickstarter - Kova has a Switch stretch goal

Kova is a side-scrolling action RPG in the metroidvania style. Take on the role of Kova, a mercenary-explorer surviving through tough times as she crosses the galaxy. Interact with larger-than-life characters, travel to hand-paintedShow More Summary

The road to the Final Four requires extensive travel for all the teams

An interactive look at the journeys of Gonzaga, North Carolina, Oregon and South Carolina.        

New Feature: HOG World Tour Interactive MAP!

2 months agoSports / Golf : Hooked On Golf

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 […]

The Not-So-Creepy Reason Bosses Are Tracking Employees

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.

Study finds that humans can interact with sharks without long-term behavioral impacts for the ocean's top predators

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.

Metrocosm graphic shows a year's worth of air travel

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.

How to Interact with Busy Pro Bloggers

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

Deep Travel: A New Project with Context Travel

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

The making of “Pearl”

3 months agoTechnology / Google : Google Blog

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

John McCain Becomes Critic in Chief of the Trump Administration

3 months agoNews : NYTimes: News

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.

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