Apple MB974ZM/A World Travel Adapter Kit Reviews

August 24, 2010

Apple MB974ZM/A World Travel Adapter Kit World Travel Adapter Kit The Kit is designed to work with iPod, iPhone, Apple MagSafe Power Adapters, Portable Power Adapters, and AirPort Express. The AC plugs included in the World Travel Adapter Kit directly support outlets in North America, Japan, China, United Kingdom, Continental Europe, Korea, Australia, and Hong […]

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Make your Gear less of a Target

June 16, 2010

Everyone wants to remember their travels, either through writing, photographs or through video.  That’s part of the whole travel experience. On thing that may put your mind at ease a bit before whipping out your camera in areas you may not be familiar with,, or that do not have the best reputation is to uglify […]

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Finding Wifi with Scanners

June 15, 2010

Traveling in areas that have a lot of interference for wifi can be frustrating. Many times there are a couple computers as well as a couple phones that all are trying to get onto the internet. If you travel with your own travel router to connect all the gadgets of everyone traveling with you or […]

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Traveling to Wine Country?

June 14, 2010

Why does it seem the wine is always better while your on vacation? How many times have you thought that this wine would go well with something you make at home. To bad you can’t get that variety back home. If you have any space left in you luggage now you can! makes reusable […]

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The iPad will change publishing as we know it

April 5, 2010

Mark my words: the iPad will change publishing as you know it.   Feel free to quote me on that, even if I’m not the first to say it. And it has nothing to do with Apple really. They’re just the ones that are kicking down the door that the Kindle introduced and ePub cracked open. […]

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3 CES Innovations Travelers Must Keep an Eye on

January 12, 2010

Netbooks – With the new Pine Trail class of Intel processors battery life has nearly doubled while keeping the processing speed roughly the same.  What you’ll see in the next 6 months are netbooks that are similar to what is out today only with up to 14 hour batteries. There are several other companies dying […]

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Easily Forgotten Battery Tip

January 10, 2010

Several years ago I had worked as a baggage smasher handler at a major airline.  One tip that is often forgotten is to take the batteries out of your items that go into your checked bags. They have a tendency to turn themselves in transit.  You can put the item in ziplock bag along with […]

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Technorati claim token

January 10, 2010


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Great RTW ticket planning tool

January 9, 2010

Here’s a helpful tool when planning a RTW ticket.  If you’ve ever used the planners from OneWorld or Star Alliance you’ll definitly appreciate this one.  It has a clickable map that gives you a price estimate.  It’s the trip planner at BootsnAll. If you’re in the beginning stages of planning your RTW trip (as I […]

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The perfect travel point and shoot camera?

January 7, 2010

After reading all of the press releases from CES this week one stands out more then others.  The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX5V/B.  It has pretty much everything that you want to look for in a great travel camera. Here are the interesting highlights: It takes SD card!  Not the Sony horrible Memory Sticks.  Well it actually […]

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