Monthly Archives: May 2011

Google’s Travel Savvy Search Engine


For those of you that know me, you’re probably aware of the fact that I am fascinated by the latest advances in web search technology. Get this… Google arguably has somewhere between 30 and 40 billion pages indexed within its … Continue reading

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RoadAhead: Location-based applications getting better and better


If you are a regular reader of this blog, it is pretty evident that we are bullish about location-based mobile applications because they really are innovating the mobile space which delivers tremendous service to travelers and creates fantastic new business … Continue reading

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Social Networking and Business Travel: A Cautionary Tale


Social Networking is certainly not a fad and has increasingly become a primary communication tool of the information age.   Social networking can be a good way to make connections with friends, family and people with similar interests and goals. They can … Continue reading

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KLM and Social Media… Taking “Traveler Personalization” to New Heights


Let’s say you’re at Amsterdam airport, waiting for your KLM flight to board and whisk you across the pond, where you plan to run in the New York City marathon.  Suddenly, a KLM employee approaches you, thanks you for your … Continue reading

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