Tag Archives: Websites
Stefanie Payne write about her blog post and Three Great Notemaps on Findery

Findery Notemaps

Hiya traveling friends! I’m very excited to share that a short blog post I wrote about my fancy for light sources was just featured on one of my favorite online communities for travelers: Findery.com. The point of the post was to highlight Three Great Notemaps satisfying a particular subject or strain of thinking. I chose […]

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Best travel booking sites and mobile apps

Best Travel Booking Sites and Apps (2014)

I’m a somewhat frequent traveler and have been for some time. Over the years, I’ve found many exceptional resources in terms of booking engines and planning sites. Those listed below have helped me get on the road at one time or another. Some, I’ve been using for years, others, are brand new to me and have proven […]

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Who is Shorpy Higginbotham?

Shorpy was a real person, a young boy who worked as a greaser in a coal mine. In 1910, his photo was captured in Jefferson County, Alabama, by a photographer named Lewis Wickes Hine. Now, more than 100 years later, that photograph has inspired a cult following on the wildly popular website bearing his namesake: Shorpy.com. The […]

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7 Deadly Sins of Article Writing

The 7 Deadly Sins of Article Writing for the Web

Great writers read for perspective and ideas.  Here is a new perspective on how the capital vices can turn into web writing sins. Sloth Don’t be lazy, edit every little detail. We’re putting this at the head of the pack because it just might be the most important detail in crafting a triumphant portfolio of writing.  Edit and proof […]

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Bookish.com - competition for Amazon Books?

Competition for Amazon Books? Bookish.com

Amazon Books is a wondrous place for book lovers and authors alike. It has almost every title of any book in and out of print at the lowest price possible. It gives an easy shopping experience to those of us who love to read, and hope to those who want to write and publish. Amazon was […]

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