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Up in the Air: Meet the Man Who Flies Around the World for Free

Ben Schlappig is a master of flying around the world — at no cost to himself.


What Can Airlines Learn From Silicon Valley?

When it comes to air travel, like any customer service experience, it’s more likely that passengers remember a negative experience than a positive one. But it’s these pain points that provide the launch pad for ways airlines can improve their UX.

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25 Secrets From the World's Most Frugal Frequent Travelers

Here are the 25 best secrets of these frequent travelers around the world.


How I Built a Startup While Traveling to 20 Countries

Three years ago I was preparing to leave my job at Microsoft to move to San Francisco to build a startup. My friend asked me, “but why do you need to be in San Francisco when you can work on a computer from anywhere?” His question made a lot of sense. As I thought about it more, I began to question my assumptions about a “normal life” which don’t make sense in our modern world.


Meet Your New Data-Driven Travel Agent

Unlike big, impersonal online agencies, the best travel agents know a great deal about their clients and their travel choices. Now several new travel companies are creating data-driven, automated agents that rely on users’ personal preferences to make the travel-planning process easier.


The Digital Nomad’s Guide To Working From Anywhere On Earth

The work-anywhere, travel-the-world fringe lifestyle is going mainstream–and these apps, services, and events are here to help.


6 Ways Traveling Alone Makes You Stronger

Even if you’re not traveling long-term, venturing out for a solo vacation once in awhile can help you build skills and competencies that you can bring back and apply to all areas of your life.


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