Not that kind of information, I'm talkin' 'bout media. I've been a big interweb fan since the late nineties, a forum poster since 2000 on Fodors when I've planned trips and Wedding Channel when I was getting married (all with this same mildly clever but getting dated username), and a blog reader for the past few years. I've now discovered RSS feeds and it makes my blog reading wicked easy. Since it's partially my job to keep up on travel news, and since I just don't know when to say when, I now read over a dozen travel blogs a day:
- On CNT's site, I read The Materialist and the Perrin Post.
- For airline and general travel news, I read Chris Elliott's site, Jaunted, Joe Brancatelli's Portfolio blog, NY Mag's blog, The Cranky Flier, Washington Post's blog, Upgrade: Travel Better, and View from the Wing. I also read the Gate, but I think I'll stop as I don't really need to know whose birthday it is on the Flyer Talk forums.
- For hotel news, I read Hotel Chatter and USA Today's Hotel Hotsheet.
- I also get weekly or daily newsletters from USA Today, NY Times, Budget Travel, Washington Post, Daily Candy, Manhattan User's Guide, and Thrillist.
- For FUN, I ready What Would Tyler Durden Do?, The Superficial for celeb shit, Geekologie 'cause it's funny, and Things That I've Bought that I Love because it's just adorable and fun (written by Kelly from the Office!).
It's getting to be a problem, but I just can't stop! My favorite news of late: the continuing coverage of Well Behaved Monkey on a Ponytail (my friend Sherry's clever title for the inevitable but less exciting sequel to Snake on a Plane) and the related story on comfort animals, Russians trying to conquer world, and the ill-considered title of this trade pub.