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An Agglomeration of Links for the end of October, 2011

Some tips form lifeHacker, some links about programming, and a travel site. How to Create a Fake Identity and Stay Anonymous Online – “You don’t need to have evil motives for wanting to fake your identity or go incognito online; for many people, it’s a matter of privacy and avoiding spammers and scammers. Thankfully, there […]

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Netted’s guide to summer vacation

I just started using Netted and they recently posted their guide to summer vacations. it has several useful resources. Netted’s Guide to Summer Vacation nice collection of sites for travel (tags: travel apps vacation holiday guide)

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An Agglomeration of links for 2011-03-11

Links to ways to spend your money while traveling, a couple of links to the announcement of the 2011 Turing award, and a related link to a site about NP completeness Is There a Right Way to Spend Money When Traveling? – Practical Traveler – Repeatedly confounded by these questions, my wife, Joan, and […]

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Tracking Flights

Here are a few links to sites you can use to track flights. Using these you can check on departure and arrival times, road traffic at airports, and where the flight is in the air. FlyteComm: The Most Accurate Free Flight Tracking and Tracker Tool in the industry! Welcome to our web & mobile flight […]

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A Place to Bury Strangers and iStopOver links for 2009-04-06

San Diego Radio Sucks: 12.5 Days ’til Coachella – A Place To Bury Strangers These guys are something out of a dream. (tags: aptbs cochella california) iStopOver Then iStopOver is the gateway for you, designed specifically for travelers who are tired of costly hotels, extra expenses, high-priced mini-bars and inflexible check-in/out times.    iStopOver offers short-term […]

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Atlanta Eats

Before we left for our trip to Puerto Rico, I copied this list of places to eat at the Atlanta Airport. The list was extracted from “Grabbing a Bite Between Flights,” by Matt Gross for the NY Times Since we flew to PR on Christmas Day we thought we’d try One Flew South for our […]

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Travel Tools & A Place to Bury Strangers links for 2008-08-19

Travel Tools Web 2.0 Travel Tools: Some Travel Planning Tools (tags: web2.0 travel) A Place to Bury Strangers I am made of blue sky and hard rock and I will live this way forever » A Place to Bury Strangers Oliver Ackerman is an absolute genius, by the way. If they come to your town […]

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Charleston, S.C. & Shenandoah NP travel links for 2008-07-26

Visiting Charleston, S.C., on a Budget – But this progressive and mystically lovely city, surrounded by water and wilderness, can still be a destination for the budget-conscious, too. (tags: travel charleston cheap guide) Shenandoah National Park (U.S. National Park Service) (tags: hiking National park travel Virginia camping parks)

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Tour of Richmond & A Place to Bury Strangers links for 2008-06-06

Virtual Tour of Richmond –Richmond: A Discover Our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary The Richmond Discover Our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary was produced by the National Park Service’s Heritage Education Services, the City of Richmond, … (tags: travel richmond) A Place to Bury Strangers Nine Inch Nails Reshuffles Touring Lineup is also hosting a free […]

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A very nice “Single-serving” phrase, trail, and travel guides What a nice site! it contains links to printable booklets of language basics for tourists in French, German, Italian, Hungarian (that’s ho I came across this site, but that’s another story), Russian, Albanian, Czech, Polish, Swedish, Spanish, Croatian, Slovene, Danish, Afrikaans, Dutch, Portuguese, and Romanian, and partial booklets for […]

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