Travel news – August 3rd 2012 to August 4th 2012:
- 15 Travel Twitter Accounts to Follow –
– Nina Frazier1. @nomadicchick
Followers: 8,800 Jeannie Mark tweets for her blog Nomadic Chick, where she shares tips, photos and videos from the far corners of the globe. She tackles thought-provoking topics on her blog, including whether it is safe for women travelers to couch surf alone and talks about her inspiration behind her travels: her mom.
Click here to view this gallery.
Travel is big business. Today, there are more resources than ever for collecting tips and tricks to score the best … show all text
- Between a Wheel and a Pike Place – Four Seasons Seattle – blog – earthXplorer – travel and social media – –
- The Alley Panorama of Assisi, Italy – Stepping Back in Time | Photo | Traveldudes.org –
- 10 Reasons to Sponsor a Social Media Conference | Party Aficionado –
– Cheryl LawsonI often advise companies to sponsor social media and blogging themed conferences. Now that I organize one, I find that most companies don’t quite understand the power of a socially engaged audience.
I’ve created ten reasons why your business should sponsor a social media conference.
Why sponsor a social media conference? 1. 99.9% of attendees bring a smart phone, Tablet, or laptop to the conference. Opportunities exist for: Mobile App developers Smart phone accessory companies Device charging… show all text
- Six Nights in Paris & Prague, from $1,129 with Air – posted this over on Frommer's : Save more than $550 with this two-city package, which includes three nights in Paris and three nights in Prague.
- High-speed rail gains steam – Community Impact Newspaper –
Plans for a high-speed rail line connecting Houston with the Dallas-Fort Worth region are slowly gaining momentum as local and state agencies, both public and private, explore options on how best to build a potential line.
- FAA release statement regarding Washington three aircraft near miss | PlaneTalking Live –
As investigations continue into how three US Airways Express regional jet aircraft almost came together at Washington’s Reagan National Airport