We left the dog and the house and the garden behind, told them all to be good, and took off up Route 15, across the Potomac, retracing our usual path past Cunningham Falls, into the territory in Central Pennsylvania.
Leah Betancourt on a different sort of ‘backpack journalism’ involving world travel. Backpacker Journalism, anyone? Reporters Look to Expand Horizons with Backpack Journalism
(Flickr photo originally uploaded by David!!!!!!) Here are the highlights, in no particular order, from my trip to Missouri and Kansas: Talking shop with Will Sullivan and Kurt Greenbaum from STLToday.com. Getting much better at making my presentation on the mysterious world of Web-first publishing. Watching reporters get excited about pothole maps and point & […]
This is running WordPress. And it’s awesome. Oh, and it’s a great travel site, too. 71Miles
A few “eating & drinking” city guides to key world locations. Load them onto your iPod and you won’t need to lug the guide book out every time you go trawling for a pub. Rough Guide Podscrolls: Travel Guides on your iPod
It’s a modest plan. When we went to Italy two years ago, I’m pretty sure it was a gelato a day, minus the one time we substituted some fantastic pastries. That could happen again, but the odds are good that I’ll be consuming, at minimum, either a pizza or a gelato every day of the […]