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This is Shanghai (by Rob Whitworth)

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(via 500px / Photo “The View from Tunnel Mountain” by Carlos De Olavarria) Zoom

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AR 1304 (by Black Sheep Films)

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(via 500px / Photo “Milky Way” by Denis Basich) Zoom

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(via 500px / Photo “El Nido” by Mary Koutzarov) Zoom

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Rough Guides launches World Lens app

"Rough Guides has launched the World Lens app, which is its first application for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The free tool showcases 200 images from the travel guide publisher’s picture library." Very weak first offering.

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paidContent founder Rafat Ali on touchscreens and the future of media - iPhone app article - Brad Spirrison | Appolicious ™ iPad and iPhone App Directory

Um, me. “I think it requires a lot more than publishers can grasp at this point. It means re-architecting your company around this evolving mode of media consumption. It means bringing design thinking around every piece of content being created within a media company. It may also mean that the start of your media strategy going ahead could be based around portability and mobility, not just another device your content has to be ported to, the dominant media thinking currently.”

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Plastic Logic Gets Second Chance With Russian Funds To Make Business Reader

It won’t work this time either. You need serious consumer design chops for this, which PL doesn’t have.

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Lonely Planet Gets Its First GPS Trip Out

Navteq and Lonely Planet have teamed up to give domestic travellers personalised location-based travel information on 25 recommended planned trip itineraries in Australia. It’s the first time that Lonely Planet trip information has been integrated into Navteq’s mapping technology as well as Navman’s MY Series range.

(Source: smarthouse.com.au)

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TripSwarm startup lasts all of a few weeks | Tnooz

Wow. Online sucks for most travel startups.

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BBC Worldwide and Lonely Planet make apps free for Internet Week

BBC Worldwide will make its BBC Good Food Healthy Recipes app, usually £1.79, free for iPhones and iPods during the week. Lonely Planet will make its London City Guide app free.

(Source: nma.co.uk)