Lifestyle networks like the Food Network, HGTV, and the Travel Channel bring out the DIY spirit in viewers, which may be why they have found a home on the second screen. Scripps Network Interactive, which brings these brands to the web, has...Show More Summary
The Doctor has traveled all over the universe and across time, and it’s not unusual for him to interact with some famous historical figures from time to time. But why stop with Charles Dickens? Illustrator Karen Hallion envisions the Time Lord’s meetings with famous fairy tale figures (particularly those in the Disney canon) in her series … Read More
Singapore Changi Airport unveiled today its latest attraction that blends avant-garde design with interactive technology, allowing travellers to share their photo and video memories instantly and to retrieve them on subsequent visits to the airport. At close to nine metres ….
Scripps Networks Interactive to Roll Out New TV Everywhere Travel Channel, Food Network, HGTV, DIY Network and Cooking Channel Websites Time Warner Cable authenticated subscribers will be able to access Scripps programming whenever,Show More Summary
Near-field communication lets people donate to charity in a more interactive way.
You can travel around the world with Bob Dylan, thanks to this interactive map created by Slate: Bob Dylan’s music, it’s often said, happens in a world of its own—where the highway is for gamblers and you’re always 1,000 miles from home. Show More Summary
1. Lancôme debuted an interactive, 3D experience at London’s Heathrow airport. Using a motion-sensing device, travelers can virtually explore a digital version of Paris to learn more about the history of the beauty brand.
Travel publisher Lonely Planet has partnered with digital publishing company Inkling to create a new series of enhanced eBooks for iOS devices called Best Trips. The eBook editions of the Best Trips series are interactive and dynamic. Show More Summary
The IRS is going to spy on our shopping records, travel records, social interactions and health records for “auditing” purposes. US News reported via Washingtons Blog: The IRS’s next phase in high-tech tax collection will be to create a “real-time” … Continue reading ?
We noted in March that all U.S. intelligence agencies – including the CIA and NSA – are going to spy on Americans’ finances. The IRS is joining the fun. U.S. News and World Report noted yesterday: [The IRS] will use in robo-audits and...Show More Summary
Vanessa Veselka hitchhiked 15,000 miles when she was fifteen. Looking back, she wonders why we have “no female counterpart in our culture to Ishmael or Huck Finn”: During my travels I had literally thousands of interactions with people’s ideas about what I was doing with my life, but almost none of them allowed for the [...]
Scripps Network Interactive has announced new 2013 programming for the Travel Channel, Food Network, and Cooking Channel. There are a lot of familiar faces, some new ones, and a whole bunch of format recycling going on. For the Travel...
Travel Channel is embarking on its post-Anthony Bourdain life by adding four new series to its 2013 programming slate, which was unveiled today as part of Scripps Networks Interactive‘s upfront presentation today in NY. The lineup includes a new show from host Adam Richman, Adam Richman’s Fandemonium, which will premiere July 14. Show More Summary
This week the all-star cast of NBC’s hit reality TV series, Celebrity Apprentice is tasked with creating interactive travel expos for South Africa Tourism. Former contestant, Bret Michaels returns but this time on the other side of the boardroom. One team lacks manpower while the other team’s project manager lets their concept change for the worse. [...]
The New York Travel Festival on April 20 and 21 aims "to reinvent the consumer travel show for a crowd seeking more interaction and a better sense of NYC and beyond."
City Maps 2Go – Offline Map and Travel Guide is now free and provides users with 6,700 interactive maps that includes all parts of the world. It also includes Wikipedia travel guides that feature places of interest and tourist attractions. You can even use GPS, search for places while offline, add favorites to the map, [...]
(NSFW) If you thought this was alarming, watch ADHD and Layzell Bros’ hilariously pessimistic take on our future, where technology has made us so dysfunctional that we only interact virtually and parrot each others’ memes. Hat Tip L...
New York City's subway system in launching interactive touchscreen maps that will tell riders the best route, where to transfer, and an estimated travel time. The cost of the screens, of course, will be covered by video advertising.Show More Summary
The subway might be smelly and filled with rats, but at least it's on the way to becoming slightly more high-tech. New interactive touch-screen maps, adorably called "On the Go! Travel Stations" are being rolled out at 77 stations across...Show More Summary