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First Published: Mar 11, 2010 / Last Published: Dec 03, 2013
Kaleel Sakakeeny is the CEO of New Media Travel (NMT) providing timely travel news and information for consumers and the travel industry as Travel Video PostCards, Audio PostCards, and posts. Twitter follow: @newmediatravel http://www.newmediatravel.com
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November 9, 2010
Department of Transportation Bans Print Cartridges - Waste of Time?
TSA bans print and toner cartridges on US-bound flights to thwart terrorists. Waste of time and resources?
November 8, 2010
Medical Tourism Biz Booming: Insurance Companies May Force Us Abroad
Will insurance companies force us abroad for cheaper medical treatments?
November 3, 2010
To Text or Not To Text in Flight. Is Line2 the Answer?
Line2 may now make it possible and safe to test from planes in flight. How does "I love you" at 32,00 feet read?
November 1, 2010
Nantucket on My Mind
Nantucket island, off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, is an authentic island with history, class and perfect beaches.
October 28, 2010
Location Based Mobile Brands on Demand
Location Based Marketing or "geo location" marketing will grow to 300 million coupon users as more and more people agree to be tracked in exchange for deals
October 26, 2010
Travel as Theater of the Mind
Time travel with Mozart, walk the streets of London with Charles Dickens, and get to know Elvis Presley all through these audio BioViews: Travel as Mind Theater.
October 22, 2010
Of Twitter, Burgers, and Hotel Performances
The sales of one Milwaukee burger business are booming, thanks to Twitter
October 18, 2010
Bad Reviews Do Mean Negative Experiences
A bad review in Trip Advisor or any other review site usually means the travel experience was bad!
October 15, 2010
The Twitter Virtual Concierge
The UK's Premier Inns chain announces the first Twitter Virtual Concierge
October 13, 2010
Rescuing the PR Travel Release: Tips, Tricks and Traps
Travel PR and the Press Release have to become less text heavy and more open, invitational. Targeted.