travel and the big

the internet is such an integral part of our lives these days. so much so, that its completely absurd when trying to think of life without the world wide web, which has only really been functioning as a w.w.w since 1989.

it is intrinsically integrated into our everyday lives. even on the road, the lure of the net cannot deter travelers from the destination where they are residing. even remote islands around the world will have somewhere to check your emails. if in doubt, whip out the iphone.

its nuts to think how travel and the internet will continue to intertwine and gradually compliment or destroy each other.

What happens in Vegas stays on YouTube, Flickr, Twitter, Facebook….


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  2. "What happens in Vegas stays on YouTube, Flickr, Twitter, Facebook…" - true that! everything's just googlable now.

  3. I was a Peace Corps in Africa in the mid- 1990's and I often think about what it would have been like to have access to internet and blogs and facebook, etc back then. It would've changed how much I could share the living and travel experience with others. So much of my memories and stories are burned into my mind and not recorded anywhere outside a personal journal, all the photos are old-school, and to be honest, for most of my friends and family- it was too freaky for them to relate to... maybe not so now if I could do it all over again.


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