Argophilia, as anyone can readily see, is largely about video and images from the world of travel. We thought it might be a good idea to not only reveal the best images of places within a news context, but also purely for their beauty and interesting qualities. So, in keeping with this, the images below we have run across are here for you to enjoy too. We invite you all to submit your own images for the readership as well.
The war in online travel over basically who gets what & when continues this week with Delta Airlines snatching seats from Rick Seaney’s FareCompare, American Airlines going hog wild trying to engage on their own, and Google outlining (see Matt Cutts video below) how they can manually crucify websites for SPAM. Meanwhile travelers just want some price break justice.
If you surf to Lithuania’s online country portal you will be enthralled with just how pretty and refined that country’s online presence is. As websites go, their portal is nearly perfect for engaging visitors and imparting crucial information. However, closer scrutiny reveals an all too common missing link between the tools of engagement, and the actual commitment needed.