Links for 2012

A list of my writing in 2012.

Condé Nast Traveler (US edition)

BBC.com/travel 

[The following links aren’t viewable to UK residents because of BBC rules. Sorry.]

August-December:

BBC TRAVEL FEATURES

A few short pieces:

Tnooz

In July 2012 I joined as a part-time reporter for this pub, which is the number-one most read news blog in the travel trade.

My most read post in 2012 was iPhone5 – new maps, Passbook comes front and center, and more
My post that received the most comments was: What are the best cities around the world for travel tech startups?
Story I’m proudest of: After early hype and a quiet year, Everbread says it has something baking in Singapore
See the full list of my Tnooz posts, here.

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MEDIA APPEARANCES
I was a guest talking about the pocket wi-fi story for BBC Travel on Peter Greenberg’s national US radio show (at the 12-minute mark) in December 2012, as well as earlier in April 2012, when we did a radio show on the Eurostar between London and Paris.

SOCIAL MEDIA
At the end of the week of tweeting travel news links for the @BBC_Travel account under the #bbcinbrief hashtag, I occasionally summarize the best tweets at BBC Travel.
For Budget Travel, I did a monthly Q&A under the hashtag #askBT.

BUDGET TRAVEL FEATURES, TOP TEN LISTS, and SLIDE SHOWS
11 Surprisingly Lovable Airlines which was also featured on NBCNews.com
15 More Places Every Kid Should See Before 15 (1,500+ likes)

BUDGET TRAVEL BLOG POSTS
Full list at my page on Budget Travel’s website
Some of my posts were re-published by NBCNews.com, including:
New Viator website offers cheaper shore excursions for cruisersMySeatFinder fetches you a better seat automatically.

PHOTOGRAPHY
This summer, I ran around town taking photos of London during the 2012 Games (Flickr) for BBC Travel’s Olym-pix slide show.

 

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