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06.September 2008

Technology

 

Part of fleshing out the website from it’s infantile beginnings is finding a way to make it easier for all of you to know that there has been an update. Sure you could check every day or so to see if there has been any news, but wouldn’t it be cool if you just magically knew there was an update?

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3 Responses to “Get Updates Delivered….for Free!!”

  1. Shawn Says:

    Hello I added your link to my travel blog, feel free to ad my link if you like my blog @ http://clearlyenlight.net

    Just wondering have you decided on a starting destination?

  2. Gillian Says:

    Hi Shawn,
    Thanks for the link! I have perused your site previously – being particularly interested in your current destination, Turkey. Turkey is one of the countries that I am most looking forward to. We are planning mostly on staying in the Western portion but, after reading your accounts I will now look again at the Eastern region more closely.

    Our starting point is South America – Peru, Chile and Argentina. I’m working on putting up the itinerary page and am looking forward to any comments/advice people might have.

    Traveling with a historical eye, as you are, really gives focus to your journey. I am already learning so much in this research faze, and will obviously learn so much more once on the road.

    Thanks again…look for your link here now too.

  3. Shawn Says:

    One pit of advice, if your interest is learning culture, you would rather stay in one country for a satisfying length of time, then travel fast through a country. Having the time is the trick to the trade.

    Some travelers I have met try hitting five countries in three weeks, kind of crazy.