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Last week I enjoyed spending 30 minutes on Blog Talk Radio with Australian entrepreneur and coach Des Walsh.  He has a regular program called Des Walsh and Friends, with a wide variety of guests all discussing some aspect of technology and business. The noteworthy advantage of Blog Talk Radio (or […]

Travel, tourism and the social web on Blog Talk Radio


We’re so used to using search engines like Google or the new Bing Travel to look for travel deals (and metasearch engines like Kayak or Travelocity to book trips) that it’s easy to forget one “old school” way to do it…. The visitor’s Web sites that belong to the destination […]

Hunting for travel deals? Don’t forget these Web sites


Every week until we run out of states, I plan to post about family-friendly vacation ideas, attractions and events in each one of the US states, taking input mostly from Twitter and Facebook. Yes, I know how to search for travel ideas on a destination or attraction Web site, but […]

Family travel in North Dakota: the 50 state series



Actually, it’s not that bad, but I’m certainly getting some of the frenetic startup-flavored experience as my partner Becky McCray and I prepare to launch a new online business next week. I’ve been writing about tourism and the social Web on another blog for a couple of months (Sheila’s Guide […]

Sleep? What sleep? My new business launches in about a ...


Every Tuesday (or Wednesday if Twitter crashes, which it did late yesterday as I was compiling this post) until we run out of states, I plan to post about family-friendly vacation ideas, attractions and events in each one of the US states, taking input mostly from Twitter and Facebook. Yes, […]

Family travel in Ohio: the 50 state series