The objective of science as to help mankind allows the concept of integrating human way of life with machines and computers. As of today researchers and scientist are maximizing their full potential to make sure that the usefulness of machines is directed to the normal human way of life.
Expereal on the other hand has an App that can monitor the physical activities of one human body, though a lot of computer Apps is already offering such similar functions, Expereal is advancing its services as to how h... read more »
I was in a photo shoot mood one afternoon so I went to Muttrah Corniche. I know the place will not fail me to satisfy my hunger to find a good subject for a photograph.After about an hour of walking while taking photos from the FishRoundabout towards theIncense burner, this thingcaughtme surprise. At first I thought it was just a big bunch of the see weeds floating on the still sea. Then I saw it swimming. I immediately changed mylensfrom 18-55mm to 50-200mm when I found out it was a seaturtle.
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另外一個被城牆重重包圍的小鎮，紅紅的小屋，加上蔚藍色的天空及海景，杜布羅夫尼克讓您好像去了宮崎駿的童話世界一樣！走上城牆繞著走一圈，把全個杜布羅夫尼克城以全方位360度看得清清楚楚！遇上好天氣，真的沒有一刻想把相機放下來！ Another city surrounded by the city wall! In addition to the little red house, the blue sky and sea view of Dubrovnik makes you feel like entering a world of fairytale! Go up to the city wall and walk Continue reading read more »
The International Tourism Fair is considered the biggest tourism events in the world. It takes place from 6 to 10 March, but only the last 2 days are officially open to the public, the majority of the time being dedicated to discussions and networking between tour operators and other stakeholders from the industry.
This year, 10,000 exhibitors from over 180 lands are getting ready to present their offer, apps, and interesting classes. The overall area occupied by the exhibition is of 160,000sqm.
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I celebrate my 4-year anniversary since moving to the city of Berlin, with a little treat: this week I will be busy covering the most interesting news from the Tourism Fair. This is part of my larger professional project to dedicate more time to travel and travel writing in general. The good news, besides the lot of work that I will have to deal with in the next 5 days, is that I will be more than a crazy visitor running to gather leaflets: I am covering the seminaries, press conferences and news from th... read more »
It'sSunday and nothing happens, just as it should be. So I can afford to wake up late (after a sleepless night courtesy of Ellie), enjoy mom's delicious pie, play with the kids, going through Ellie's tiniest of tiny clothes(man! they are too cute for this world) and dream of sunnyCaribbean orat least Spring time in my town, with its bird chirping and invigoratingsmells of flowers and grass...
Hmm...what a life!
Now if only money would grow in trees... read more »
...Because if you're not lucky enough to have experienced the pure unadulterated magic of Amsterdam's largest canalfronts then let's face it, you're missing out! If this is indeed the case, then you are in luck mainly due to the magic of modern-day photography, but also because of some of the world's most ridiculously talented and committed photographers. You see, in a city like Amsterdam a picture of regular size and framing, no matter... read more »
An entrepreneur wants to launch two interplanetary buddies on the ultimate joyride: A mission to Mars. But the timeline is tight -- as in 5 years time tight. -> read more »
Its been over 40 years since anyone last stood on the moon, but could the next journey there be made by a commercial enterprise? -> read more »
A new series of reports called The Future of Travel and Tourism in Italy might be too pricey ($1950) for even Italian travel companies to purchase but some of the reports general findings truly shed light on how popular travel to Italy is and how essential tourism is to Italys economy. Here are a few key [...] read more »