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The Future Of Travel


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  • Recent Phuket Trip in Early June
  • Book your dates
  • Only interaction back home was with post cards 1 way
  • Gather yout photos together
  • Perhaps keep a detailed record of your journey through journals
  • Created stories To remember till the end of time Compose our own stories
  • collect
  • Hoard, collect, some more and collect All yout travels.
  • Only viewed during family renuions, or family gathering
  • Now things have changed, we are using the web more and more in our travels
  • Research is done online, through web portals Old mediums have been translated to the web. Lonely planet is also online
  • User generated guides, more content is available Wikitravel, for all your travelling needs I reviewd it before goig to phuket, and machu pichu
  • Here is one for kuching You may want to update it yourself
  • Dopplr, update your location with everyone, so your family, friends, colleague, knows where you are in the world. I have a friend who is constantly travelling, and this is a good indicator of where in the world he currently is.
  • Everyone can fly Makes flying cheap You become your own travel agent.
  • Don't rely on postcards anymore. Can't immediately notify the world of what you are doing Bragging about your unexpectional life.
  • Flickr, upload your photos during your journey. So people can see what you are up to. This is a trip of mine to chile Flickr is an online photo service
  • Let people comment on it
  • Upload your videos online as well
  • Facebook, your lifestyle aggregator
  • pure vanity, tell everyone what you are doing. For who is more important that “I”? If you upload a photo, everyone knows If you upload a video, everyone knows Definitely an invasion of your own privacy. But happiness is the hardest expression to hide. You just want to share your happiness with others.
  • Photo albums
  • Photo Album
  • Tag people
  • Videos
  • This doesn't mean that the old medium is gone. This just enahcnes it
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    • 1. The Future of Travel [email_address] Aizat Faiz
    • 2. Creative Commons
    • 3. By Attribution
    • 4. [email_address] Aizat Faiz
    • 5. Then
    • 6. Friends
    • 7. Books
    • 8. Travel Agents
    • 9. Lots of Planning
    • 10. Lots of Careful Planning
    • 11. Then you fly off
    • 12. Post Cards
    • 13. Then you come back
    • 14. Photo Albums
    • 15. Journals
    • 16. Mix Them Together
    • 17. Collected
    • 18. Store Them
    • 19. Only Viewed at Family Gatherings
    • 20. Now
    • 21. Lonely Planet
    • 22. Wikitravel
    • 23. Wikitravel Kuching
    • 24. Dopplr
    • 25. AirAsia
    • 26. Twitter
    • 27. Flickr Set
    • 28. Flickr Photo
    • 29. YouTube Channel
    • 30. YouTube Video
    • 31. More connected than before
    • 32. Facebook Profile
    • 33. Facebook Albums
    • 34. Facebook Album
    • 35. Facebook Photo
    • 36. Facebook Videos
    • 37. Facebook Video
    • 38. Old Medium is Not Gone
    • 39. It is not Replaced
    • 40. It is not forgotten
    • 41. Just Enhanced
    • 42. Qoop/
    • 43. [email_address] Aizat Faiz Thank You