Tag Archives: review

Twist the prism

I kept getting stuck. I would review, poke around in and scroll through while updating and grooming the different modules, but I couldn’t see what I was looking for…missing parts, parts that needed to be moved, parts that didn’t fit … Continue reading

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My thoughts on the TBEX 2013 travel blogging conference

My relationship with the TBEX travel blogging conference dates from the second one in New York (kind of a pickup ball game with a little over 100 people in an NYU theater in Greenwich Village, where I spoke on a … Continue reading

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Personal experience still trumps everything

The human brain is a stubborn, funny thing. It believes what it wants to believe, and trying to get someone to change that – to literally “change their mind” – is one of the most difficult challenges faced by communications … Continue reading

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Takeaways for tourism and travel pros from SXSW Interactive 2013

Now that I’ve had a few weeks to “let it cook” as Liz Strauss would say, here are a few thoughts from the 2013 SXSW (South by Southwest) Interactive tech conference in Austin. Yes, I could have posted this more … Continue reading

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