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During the course of my travels (~100k flown miles per year on United), I've learned a few things. Being a technologist and a huge fan of gear, I've had the opportunity to field a variety of different bags, cameras, flashlights, laptops, tablets, e-readers, mp3 players, IEMs, etc. I thought I'd share a few tricks of the trade that have stuck over time and have made my travels simpler.

 

There are a few themes I follow when I travel - less is more, redundancy is good, lighter is better. If I pack something and don't use it after 3 trips, it comes out. There are a few exceptions to this rule - the most notable being a basic First Aid kit that I keep in my toiletries bag - Edit: per requests sent to me via messages, I will post the contents of the first aid kit in a future post - short version includes safety pins, emergency medications like Advil, Tylenol, Nyquil, Caffeine, Imodium), a small sewing kit, Neosporin, bandaids, a chemlight, small packable towel, etc.

 

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Garmin GPSMap 62s handheld GPS. Mine has a 16gb Sandisk MicroSDHC card loaded with city and topo maps for just about every continent I could possibly end up on. Great for finding directions in a new city both on foot and in-car. I carry this vs a car-mounted GPS because this handheld GPS takes AA batteries (I load mine up with Energizer Lithiums), which can easily be replaced if I'm on foot. Can't say the same for most in-vehicle GPS devices.

SureFire Flashlight - The model varies because I have so many it's absurd, but it's always a 2xCR123 model. This time it's an L4 Lumamax. It's also always the 2nd SureFire I have with me (I carry a SureFire Titan T1A in my pocket everywhere). I always have spare batteries with me as well - usually 2 or 4 of them.

Doorstop - This hasn't seen much use in recent times because I mostly stay in Starwood properties (the W San Francisco for this trip) that at least provide a decent illusion of security, but it doesn't weigh much and I keep it around anyway because I like having it with me. This particular doorstop can be deployed in a variety of ways to keep doors open, keep them closed, etc. If you've ever seen how easily an older-style hotel door chain-lock can be bypassed - same for some keycard locks - you'll understand =]

Recyclable tote bag - This one came from a conference - they fold up nice and flat and don't weigh much and are handy to have for lugging around handouts, souvenirs, and just creating some extra storage if your main pack is full.

Radio - This one is a Yaesu VX-3R 2m Ham radio with a little stubby Maldol antenna. I think it's very handy to have. Cellular networks are among the first things to buckle during a disaster or even when under heavy load at a tech conference - having a radio is very handy.

Watch - Sometimes mechanical, sometimes digital - it really depends on where I'm going and for what purpose. This Suunto Core watch is nice because it has a compass, keeps track of temperature/barometric pressure, etc. Also, it has an alarm, which is really handy until the day comes when I wind up with a mechanical watch with minute repeater from Ulysse Nardin or Audemars Piguet ;]

Phones - iPhone 5 pictured here - I carry 3 phones. 1 work phone and 2 "personal" phones - of the 2 personal phones, one is always an unlocked phone ready to take a SIM that I purchase at my destination. I have AT&T and Verizon as my carriers - if you only have AT&T, you can probably guess why I have two different carriers. I included the phone here because of a specific trick I've been employing for years - I use the camera on my phone to capture quick photos of things I'd otherwise forget during my travels that may be important...like the # of the cab I get into (if I have to ride in a cab) just in case I leave something behind, or a map of my hotel's fire egress route. In the event of an emergency, just about everyone these days will grab their phone, so...

Retractable Cables - I love these. I carry a CAT6, 2x Mini USB and 2x Micro USB - two of them frequently get used with my:

Mini 802.11 AP - This one was a gift from my brother from his last trip to Taiwan, so the menu/firmware is all in Chinese - good thing "SSID" and the other basic things were easy to figure out. A similar American model is available on Amazon. This thing is fantastic - powered via Micro USB and has a WAN IN and LAN out port on it - instant wifi in a hotel room that otherwise only has CAT5E and wants to charge extra for wifi. I always SSH tunnel into my home network before connecting out when on any sort of a public network and use FoxyProxy in Firefox to send my web traffic through my home internet as well.

Location-specific items - I was in San Francisco during this trip and so I had a BART ticket with me as well as a FastTrak (bridge/toll road payment device). You can usually purchase bus passes, train tickets, etc online in advance these days - I like to go prepared whenever possible. The BART tickets ended up being really handy during this trip as I decided to cancel my rental car at the last minute when I figured out that overnight parking at the W hotel in SF is $60/night.

Verizon MiFi - Mine has the huge Mugen Power battery on it. This device is a godsend. I never leave home without it. At some point I had an AT&T 4G device as well, which gave me the redundancy I so badly long for (GSM and CDMA), but I no longer have that. I haven't upgraded to an LTE device because Mugen Power doesn't make a huge battery for the newer MiFis...yet.

Alfa high-power WiFi adapter - Because sometimes - just sometimes - I need to hit a wireless network that's far away and am getting unusable service from my Verizon MiFi. The Alfa gets it done.

Outlets - Another godsend - this one turns a single outlet into 3 + 2 USB. Fantastic in airports, hotel rooms, and just about everywhere else.

 

I have a few other little things I do that make sense to me but may seem absurd to others: an example would be that I never push out my TripIt/travel status (Aaron is leaving on a trip to _______ for x days) on Facebook, etc. And most of the time, I try to avoid posting my travel photos/details of my whereabouts until I'm nearly home or at home. Maybe it's paranoia, but as a former home burglary victim and a desirable target for all sorts of opportunity criminals, I just can't see a reason why I should make it easier for them by announcing that I plan to be away from my home.

 

Late last year my local airport implemented TSA's PreCheck, which is a great throwback to travelling pre-9/11. I get to keep my shoes, belt and jacket on and my toiletries and laptop don't need to come out of my bag. The only thing that goes in a bin are my mobile phones. My average time through security (including the "line") has been UNDER 1 MINUTE at the airports I've visited that have PreCheck. I qualified for PreCheck via my enrollment in Global Entry, which is also fantastic as it lets me bypass the lines to re-enter the US at customs.

 

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When you start working with Social Media Marketing you need to measure it somehow.

All sites and statistics need a place or category. It just makes it easier to find or gather together.

Danny Sullivan (Guru) made his categorization on his blog.

Here hare his subcategories of Social Media

•Social News Sites

•Social Bookmarking Sites

•Social Networking

•Social Knowledge

•Social Sharing

National Geographic’s subcategories of Social Media are quite similar

•Social News Sites

Digg

Reddit

Twitter

Slashdot

Jaiku

 

•Social Bookmarking Sites

StumbleUpon

Diigo

Delicious

Meneame.net

Propeller.com

 

•Social Networking

Facebook

MySpace

Orkut

Care2

 

•Social Knowledge

Wikipedia

Yahoo Answers

Squidoo

Ask Metafilter

 

•Social Media Sharing

YouTube

Flickr

Tumblr

DevianArt

 

Recently I made my own categorization of Social Media and it looks like this.

 

•Social Aggregators/Pushers

Ping.fm

Friendfeed

Hello.txt

Popurls

Posterous

Utterli

Disqus

 

•Social Bookmarking/Link sharing

Diigo

Delicious

StumbleUpon

Mister Wong

Yahoo! Bookmarks

 

•Social Collaboration

Acrobat

Skype

 

•Social Experience Reporting

Flixter

Digg

Reddit

Yelp

 

•Social Location

Blogloc

Fire Eagle

IRL Connect

Loki

Plazes

Tripit

 

•Social Media News

Chirps

Jaiku

Koornk

Plurk

Twitter

Wordpress

Blogger

Xanga

 

•Social Media Sharing

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Bebo.com

Blip.tv

Buzznet

Drop.io

Dropshots

Fliggo

Moblog

Twitpic

Viddler.com

YouTube

Zoomin

 

•Social Live Broadcast

Ustream

Bambuser

 

I will continue to work on my categories and post changes after evaluation.

You can also look at the well known “The Coversation Prism” categorys

 

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I have dozens of apps all arranged into groups. I've added even more apps after taking this photo. You can find my latest here: myap.ps/X3

 

Here's my groupings:

 

1. Social

- Buzz (Web). Google Buzz, I love that social network.

- Twitter. The official Twitter app. I find I use this more than others. Originally Tweetie.

- Facebook. The official Facebook app.

- LinkedIn. The official LinkedIn app.

- Scobleizer. Did you know I have an app? Mobile Roadie created this for me and it's great.

- Gist. Great for tracking your favorite contacts.

- HootSuiteLite. Aimed at corporate Twitterers. Still trying to fit this one into my usage.

- Summizer. A Twitter search app. I don't use it much since those features are built into other apps.

- Twitterrific. I mostly got this for the iPad since most of the Twitter apps haven't been ported to the iPad yet.

- Buzzie. An app for reading Google Buzz. I find I just usually use the Web page above, though.

- Seesmic. Lets you post to a bunch of different social networks. That's why I keep using it.

- TweetDeck. I used to use this more before Tweetie, er, Twitter came out with an official app.

2. Utilities

- Settings (Apple)

- Compass (Apple)

- Calculator (Apple)

- Clock (Apple)

- Google Voice (Web, but very well done)

- LogMeIn, lets me log into my home computers and control them, I mostly use this on my iPad.

- textPlus, I don't use this much, gotta play with it.

- Weather (Apple)

- Flashlight, turns your iPhone 4's flash into a flashlight.

- appsfire, syncs my apps and lets my friends compare which ones I have with which ones they have.

3. News

- NPR News

- CNN

- SkyGrid, great aggregator of news. Use it a lot to read mainstream news.

- NYTimes

- Huff Post

- BBC News

- TUAW

- Memeorandum (Web)

- Google News (Web)

- Digg

- Techmeme (Web)

- Hacker News (Web)

4. Travel

- TripIt, my most-used travel app, tracks my flights, hotels, rental cars, and more. Very useful.

- WorldMate, playing with this to see how it compares to TripIt.

- Layar, augmented reality app for finding stuff in strange places.

- TripAdvisor, we love their community and found where to stay on vacation with this.

- Kayak Pro, my favorite way to buy flights.

- TripTik (AAA). Playing with this, but Google Maps seems to be how we got around on our road trip.

- TripTracker, another competitor to TripIt.

- Expedia, buy travel stuff, airlines, hotels, etc.

- TripDeck

- GateGuru

- Roadside (AAA)

- FlightTrack

5. Maps

- Maps (Apple)

- waze, I use this to show other drivers what's going on on the road. Cops, accidents, etc.

- Trapster, see where the cops are hanging out.

- Goby, find stuff to do near you.

- AroundMe, find stuff near you, like restaurants, hospitals, gas stations, etc.

- Google Earth

- UpNext, cool 3D maps of some cities.

- Find iPhone (Apple, find your iPhone if you use MobileMe, useful if you lose your iPhone or it gets stolen)

- ifFoundPlus (message to people who find your iPhone)

- junaio (Augmented reality app, cool, but still trying to figure out how it fits in my life)

6. Food

- Foodspotting (see pictures of food near you, great way to find new restaurants).

- fiddme (I love sharing great food on this with other foodies)

- Yelp (the standard way we find businesses near us)

- OpenTable (make a reservation at a better restaurant near you).

- Epicurious (recipes for making your own food)

- In-N-Out (in California, find an In-N-Out near you).

- Urbanspoon (shake your phone, get an idea for a restaurant).

7. Location

- foursquare (serendipity around location, find friends near you, and find better experiences via tips near you).

- Gowalla, share your favorite things about your favorite places.

- Whrrl, make a story about where you are.

- Glympse, running late to meet someone? Send them a Glympse so they can see where you are.

- Loopt, offers from brands near you.

- DeHood, I'm still trying to figure this out out.

- MyTown, a location-based game. I'm not into it, but millions are.

- Latitude (Web). Google Latitude lets you share your location with your friends.

- ArcGIS, get tons of info about the location you're at.

8. Shopping

- Amazon.com

- eBay

- Best Buy

- Square, take credit cards from your friends so you can sell them stuff.

- RedLaser, aim your camera at a bar code and this will show you stuff about that product, like where to buy it cheaper.

- Groupon, a deal a day.

- Gift Card Exchange, make those gift cards you get more useful.

- StupHub, find concert tickets.

- CardStar, I use this for those loyalty programs. Like Toys-R-Us has.

- PayPal, pay for stuff online.

- Shopping.com (price comparison).

- Apple store (find stuff about apple stores near you).

9. Photo/Video

- Best Camera, nice app for processing photos a bit before you upload them. Done by pro photog Chase Jarvis.

- Photos (Apple's standard app)

- Camera (Apple's standard app)

- Justin.tv, lets me watch live streams from Justin.tv.

- iMovie, lets me edit my videos. From Apple.

- Viewer (Ustream), lets me watch live streams from Ustream.tv.

- YouTube (Apple standard app)

- Pano, lets me stitch together photos to make panaoramic photos.

- PhotoCard, lets me create cards from my photos.

- Light Table 2, I haven't used this much, mostly for my iPad for letting me drag around photos

- YouTube (Web, better than Apple's app)

- Autostitch, better than Pano for doing panoramic photos.

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I got my first invitation today to join a "network" on Microsoft's new "Windows Live" social network. Here are some of my rough initial thoughts.

 

1. I was pleased to see that the network offered some integration with Flickr. Windows Live allows you the ability to link up your Flickrstream in the network and will stream your most recent uploads to your contacts on Windows Live, in a similar way to how Flickr does. Windows Live shows your contacts your most recent four photos uploaded. I think it would be better if they showed all of your most recent uploads in a batch (or at least had a button to expand all of your uploads like FriendFeed does).

 

It doesn't seem like the "photos" section of the site and your Flickrstream integrate very well though. I'd think it would be better if you could use your Flickrstream to build photo albums on Windows Live rather than having to upload photos directly.

 

2. Windows Live allows you to send a message inviting all of your Facebook contacts to your network on Windows Live. I'm a bit surprised that Facebook would give Microsoft this kind of access to their network when Windows Live seems to be a pretty direct competitor to Facebook, but then again Microsoft did invest a ton of dough into Facebook at an absurd $15 billion valuation, so maybe this has something to do with that.

 

3. Hopefully over time Windows Live will allow you to include more internet services into your Windows Live "web activities" stream. So far I've added Twitter, Flickr, Pandora, Yelp, StumbleUpon and my blog. They also include Daum, Photobucket, Flixster, iLike, TripIt and WordPress.

 

4. There doesn't seem to be a place to enter a more detailed full text profile. At least not that I've found yet. There also does not seem to be a way to build a custom profile url. I'm especially surprised that you can't customize your url. It would seem alot easier to share your presence on the network if you didn't have something as abstract as http://cid-cc5c6d9b36ce0565.profile.live.com/?mkt=en-us as your profile (that one's mine and you can add me as a contact at the above link if you'd like).

 

5. There are still a few places where the web design needs work (text overlaps a bit and some areas of the network feel a little clunky), but overall the site has a fluid ajaxy sort of feel that I like. I'm not aware of any contact limit (like Facebook's 5,000 contact limit) on the site at this point.

 

6. The site has interesting "category" rankings. Similar to FriendFeed's "list" functionality, you can group your contacts into various categories. You could, for instance, create various "categories" of photographers: "Graffiti Photographers," "Neon Photographers," "Night Photographers," "San Francisco Photographers", etc.

 

7. The advertisements on the site seem a little annoying and are more noticeable than Facebook. The ads seem large and bulky and include animation and are slightly annoying. Obviously Microsoft is looking to make ad revenue with this product, but they might have been better off making the ads a little less intrusive to start with.

 

8. You are allowed to upload photos up to 50MB in size. This is very generous and more than most other photo sharing sites. Flickr, by comparison, only allows 20MB file size uploads (which they should think about increasing, especially in light of the higher res files that will be coming from the new Canon 5D Mark II and other similar higher megapixel cameras being released). There does not seem to be a "bulk" uploader to get photos on the site. It would be really nice if we could see some cooperation and portability between Flickr and Microsoft allowing you to use the Flickr API to transfer your photos to Windows Live.

 

9. Get ready for Microsoft censorship. The site has pretty strict content guidelines including disallowing any media that, "depicts nudity of any sort including full or partial human nudity or nudity in non-human forms such as cartoons, fantasy art or manga." It will be interesting to see how/if Microsoft draws a line between nudity and fine art. This is a line that is frequently blurred and I'll be interested to see how closely Microsoft monitors people who use the site and/or censors their photostreams.

 

10. Microsoft needs to get the licensing fixed on the network. I was surprised to read in the terms of service that by uploading any content to this social network you are essentially giving your work away. From the TOS:

 

"Your Materials. You may be able to submit materials for use in connection with the service. The service includes publicly accessible areas ("public areas of the service") and areas to which you can control access by others ("shared and private areas of the service"). You understand that Microsoft does not control or endorse the content that you and others post or provide on the service. Except for material that we license to you, we do not claim ownership of the materials you post or provide on the service. However, with respect to content you post or provide you grant to those members of the public to whom you have granted access (for content posted on shared and private areas of the service) or to the public (for content posted on public areas of the service) free, unlimited, worldwide, nonexclusive and perpetual permission to:

 

* use, modify, copy, distribute and display the content in connection with the service and other Microsoft products and services;

* publish your name in connection with the content; and

* grant these rights to others." (emphasis mine).

 

How I read this is that basically you are granting public domain rights to any media that you upload to the site. If I'm reading this correctly, this is pretty terrible. Microsoft should follow the lead of other sites and create a licensing matrix that would allow everything from "public domain" to "creative commons" to "all rights reserved" licensing options over your content.

 

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Title: Hunting and hunted in the Belgian Congo

Year: 1914 (1910s)

Authors: Cooper, Reginald Davey

Subjects: Hunting -- Congo (Democratic Republic) Congo (Democratic Republic) -- Description and travel

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Hell Monday before I had jetlag effect. Stay-awake 22 hours straight, 4,500 miles, two stops and total of 17 hours.

 

And, I haven't showered in 42 hours.

 

Watched Redbox from Pittsburgh kiosk in uncomfortable seat plane and return piece of Redbox in Hilo kiosk for just $1.

 

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Foram expostos os seguintes projectos Attic Tesla, Bring me the Sunset in a Cup, Creatura, Éfaté, Entra em Mim, Espelho Anónimo, Graffiti Wall, I - Instalação Sonora Interactiva, Illusion Box, Join, Logos, Magia Aumentada, Solitude is Sore, Teleforma e Tripit.

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