RealTravel


See also:

Tom Gruber


Blogs in tourism: Changing approaches to information exchange
D Schmallegger, D Carson – Journal of vacation marketing, 2008 – journals.sagepub.com
… realtravel.com, yourtraveljournal.com or travelpost.com. A considerable number of travel blogs are published on virtual travel communities (eg realtravel.com, igougo.com, travelpod.com or virtualtourist.com) or on specialized customer review sites (tripadvisor. …

Metcalfe’s law, Web 2.0, and the Semantic Web
J Hendler, J Golbeck – Web Semantics: Science, Services and Agents on …, 2008 – Elsevier
… One example of an interesting Web 3.0 site is the RealTravel 11 site developed by Tom Gruber and described in his talk entitled “Where the Social Web meets the Semantic Web” at the 5th International Semantic Web Conference. …

Collective knowledge systems: Where the social web meets the semantic web
T Gruber – Web semantics: science, services and agents on the …, 2008 – Elsevier
… An example of how a system might apply some of these ideas is RealTravel. RealTravel is an example of “Web 2.0 for travel”. … Writers think of RealTravel as a great platform to share their experiences—a blog site that caters to this domain. …

Community-based social network service for travel blog sharing
WF Tung, CL Liu – Information Technology: New Generations ( …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Travel, Kayak.com, World66.com, and RealTravel. From the … Travel, Kayak.com, World66.com, and RealTravel etc. C. Social Exchange Theory Social exchange theory grew out of the intersection of economics, psychology and sociology. …

Beyond FAQs: From information sharing to knowledge generation in online travel communities
C Lueg – From Information Provision to Knowledge Production, 2008 – academia.edu
… tripadvisor. com as well as holidaycheck. com and realtravel. com. … Page 118. 116 or beach holiday. Subsequently, the visitor may choose to provide either a detailed or a brief review. The “social knowledge sharing” 25 site realtravel. com …

Analytical trackback interconnections for SNS-based blog services
WF Tung – New Trends in Information Science and Service …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Travel, World66.com, and RealTravel) [2, 7, 8, 9] In terms of traveling blogs, various bloggers’ connections in such open-ended blogs are introduced in this study. … Travel, Kayak.com, World66.com, and RealTravel etc. III. SNS-Based Blog Service Concept …

What is told in travel blogs? Exploring travel blogs for consumer narrative analysis
C Bosangit, S McCabe, S Hibbert – Information and communication …, 2009 – Springer
… experiences. Schmallegger and Carson (2008) identified the following websites as the most prominent ones among public travel blog sites: travelblog.org, travelpod.com, blog.realtravel.com, yourtraveljournal.com or travelpost.com. …

Online competitive information space for hotels: An information search perspective
Z Xiang, R Law – Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management, 2013 – Taylor & Francis
… Also, the dom- inant players were a mix of websites represented by intermediaries such as Expedia (5.0%), social media sites such as Tripadvisor (4.3%), Realtravel (1.9%), and Virtualtourist (1.6%), infomediaries such as Yahoo! …

ASSESSING THE ONLINE COMPETITIVE INFORMATION SPACE FOR HOTELS THROUGH GOOGLE
Z Xiang – … THE WATERS: EXPANDING THE BOUNDRIES OF …, 2010 – istte.org
… Also, the dominant “players” were a mix of websites represented by intermediaries such as Expedia (5.0%), social media sites such as Tripadvisor (4.3%), Realtravel (1.9%), and Virtualtourist (1.6%), infomediaries such as Yahoo!(3.5%), and hotel brands/chains such as Marriott …

Antecedents and consequences of consumer participation in on-line communities: The case of the travel sector
LV Casaló, C Flavián, M Guinalíu – International Journal of …, 2010 – Taylor & Francis
… Mytripbook.com) or flight Page 2. 138 CasaLó, FLaVIán, and GuInaLíu bookings (eg, Realtravel.com, Minube.com), due to agreements with travel companies, which increases the competence of this sector. As a result, many …

Travel blog assistant system (TBAS)-an example scenario of how to enrich text with images and images with text using online multimedia repositories
M Bressan, G Csurka, Y Hoppenot… – Proceedings of VISAPP …, 2008 – researchgate.net
… rachel john/roundtheworld/1146006300/tpod.html **/eatdessertfirst/world tour 05/1160411340/ tpod.html **/idarich/rtw 2005/1140476400/tpod.html **/twittg/rtw/1132765860/tpod.html **/emanddave/worldtrip2006/1155492420/tpod.html With * meaning http://realtravel.com and …

Tourism supply-chain coordination: The cooperation between tourism hotel and tour operator
X Guo, L He – Tourism Economics, 2012 – journals.sagepub.com
… In addition, Real Travel (http://realtravel.com), Windmills Travel & Tourism (http://www. windmillstravel.com/), Ctrip (http://hotels. english.ctrip.com/) and eLong (http://www.elong. net/) also have close cooperative relationships with tourism hotels. …

Locating central travelers’ groups in travel blogs’ social networks
V Vrana, K Zafiropoulos – Journal of Enterprise Information …, 2010 – emeraldinsight.com
… Many public travel blog sites, like travelblog.org, travelpod.com, blog.realtravel.com, yourtraveljournal.com, worldnomads.com and travelpost.com, have specialized in hosting these individual travel blogs (Pan et al., 2007; Schmallegger and Carson, 2008). …

The future of online travel
B Vinod – Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management, 2011 – Springer
… There are several categories of web-based communities that have promoted interactivity, collaboration and sharing among users. Websites that focus on traveler reviews such as TripAdvisor, IgoUgo, and RealTravel are influential. …

Analysing User Created Content in Blogs: A Case study of Fashion Bloggers´ PR-Trip to Stockholm
J HALLA – 2009 – uta32-kk.lib.helsinki.fi
“… The most influential of them are travelpod.com, travelblog.com, realtravel.com, yourtraveljournal.com and travelpost.com. Virtual communities such as Virtualtourist. com, Tripadvisor.com, igougo.com and realtravel.com publish some …

Collective intelligence generation from user contributed content
V Solachidis, P Mylonas, A Geyer-Schulz… – Advances in Data …, 2009 – Springer
… by users, customers, and citizens in information sharing in a number of fields, from eCommerce (most of which are already ongoing, see O’Really, 2005), to emergency response Palen, Hiltz, and Liu (2007) and consumer collective applications such as realtravel.com (Conrady …

Towards a multilingual ontology for ontology-driven content mining in social web sites
M Chaves, C Trojahn – 2010 – repositorio-cientifico.uatlantica.pt
… The entry point of the framework is the set of comments (raw text) from Social Web sites, eg, “booking.com” or “realtravel.com”. Some Social Web sites provide together with the comments, the user profile (eg, family with young children or mature couples). …

Optimal pricing strategy of hotel for cooperative travel agency
L Ling, X Guo, L Liang – Computational intelligence and …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… In addition, Windmills Travel & Tourism (http://www.windmillstravel.com/), Real Travel (http://realtravel.com), Ctrip (http://hotels.english.ctrip.com/), eLong (http://www.elong.net/), etc. also build and enhance extensive and close cooperation with hotels. …

Why are bloggers willing to share their thoughts via travel blogs?
KC Ting, PH Ting, PW Hsiao – International Journal of …, 2014 – inderscienceonline.com
… reviews. A number of public travel blog sites have specialised in hosting individual travel blogs. Prominent examples include travelblog.org, travelpod.com, blog.realtravel.com, yourtraveljournal.com and travelpost.com. Other …

Hospitality and travel: The nature and implications of user-generated content
A Wilson, H Murphy, JC Fierro – Cornell hospitality quarterly, 2012 – journals.sagepub.com”
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Enhancing computer vision using the collective intelligence of social media
E Chatzilari, S Nikolopoulos, I Patras… – New Directions in Web …, 2011 – Springer
… content. Based on this huge repository of content, various services have evolved [55], ranging from the field of eCommerce, to emer- gency response [56] and consumer collective applications such as realtravel.com [14]. The …

Destination image projection on consumer-generated content websites: A case study of the Flinders Ranges
D Schmallegger, D Carson – Information Technology & Tourism, 2009 – ingentaconnect.com
… pling process included www.travelpod.com, www. travelblog.org, www.realtravel.com, www.igougo. or contested or whether new images were intro- duced by the CGC. … travelpod.com 39 3 42 travelblog.org 10 9 19 other public travel blog sites (realtravel.com, igougo.com) 5 2 7 …

The Language of Tourists in English and Italian Travel Blogs and Trip Reports: A Corpus-based Analysis
A D’Egidio – Lingue Culture Mediazioni/Language Cultures …, 2015 – books.google.com
… forms of travel narratives have yielded to digital story-telling in the form of individual travel blogs and trip reports published on various public blog hosting websites or online travel communities, such as TravelPod, TravelBlog, YourTravelJour- nal, RealTravel, TravelPost, Igougo …

Hyperlink Analysis of Travel Blogs: The case of TravelPod. com
V Vrana, K Zafiropoulos… – EuroCHRIE Annual …, 2009 – academia.edu
… a virus”. A number of public travel blog sites have specialized in hosting individual travel blogs. Examples include travelblog.org, travelpod.com, blog.realtravel.com, yourtraveljournal.com or travelpost.com. Travel blogs include …

The Semantic Web as a Platform for Collective Intelligence
L Mendoza, G Zuccarelli, A Díaz… – … International Workshop on …, 2014 – Springer
… However, to attain real collective intelligence new levels of understanding on this content should emerge. He presents RealTravel.com, an example of a col- lective knowledge system for the domain of travel, based on the Semantic Web principles. …

Crossing textual and visual content in different application scenarios
J Ah-Pine, M Bressan, S Clinchant, G Csurka… – Multimedia Tools and …, 2009 – Springer”

Collective Intelligence Generation from user contributed content
PS Bakaimis, Y Kompatsiaris, Y Avrithis – ansgarscherp.net
… services supporting grassroots participation by users, customers and citizen in information sharing in a number of fields, from eCommerce (most of which are already ongoing, see [5], to emergency response [6] and consumer collective applications such as realtravel.com [3 …

A Social Networking Analysis Of Travel Blogs.
V Vrana, C Zafiropoulos – MCIS, 2009 – aisel.aisnet.org
… Public travel blog sites, like travelblog.org, travelpod.com, blog.realtravel.com, yourtraveljournal.com, worldnomads.com and travelpost.com, have specialized in hosting individual travel blogs (Pan et al., 2007; Schmallegger & Carson, 2008). …

Reprogramming the Grid: Community Psychology’s Role in Urban Systems
KW Faller – 2010 – rave.ohiolink.edu
“… Fig 2.6 Fig 2.7 Fig 2.8 Fig 2.9 Fig 2.10 Fig 2.11 Fig 2.12 Chapter 3 Fig 3.1 Chapter 4 Fig 4.1 Fig 4.2 Fig 4.3 Fig 4.4 Fig 4.5 Fig 4.6 Fig 4.7 Fig 4.8 The Roman Forum http://home.surewest.net/ fifi/forumov.jpg St. Mark’s Square http://realtravel.com/venice-photos-p20737-4335466. …

Incremental Personalized Trip Planning
S Keck – 141.84.8.93
“… Generation of textual-based trip plans • A) Manual trip plan generation • Examples: Yahoo! Travel [2009], LonelyPlanet [2009], Realtravel [2009] • B) Automatic trip plan generation • Examples: STAR [Goy, 2004], GraniteNights [Grimnes, 2003], e-Tourism [Sebastia, 2008], …

Energy Counselling and Modern IT Drawing on Web 2.0 for a Greener World
A Westelius – 2010 – papers.ssrn.com
“… pieces emanating from different sources. How this could be accomplished, GRUBER (2008) exemplifies with RealTravel, a site where users can post their stories, images and ratings from their travels. To make the material computer …

“THE IMPORTANCE OF COGNITIVE, AFFECTIVE, AND INTERPERSONAL INTERACTION ELEMENTS IN TRAVEL BLOGS
SE Syed Ramzan, J Bolong – gmj-me.upm.edu.my
… product review (Schmallegger & Carson, 2008). The most popular global travel blogs include travelblog.org, travelpod.com, blog.realtravel.com, yourtraveljournal.com, and travelpost.com. The travel blogs usually have similar …

Manifest: The role of law in an electronic world dominated by Web 2.0
T Hoeren, G Vossen – Computer Science-Research and Development, 2009 – Springer
… They can support the “ordinary” user in processing, filtering, and aggregating the UGC. Sample ap- plications allow her or him to create mash-ups which com- bine data from multiple sources into a new service offering (eg, realtravel.com, 4Hotels.us, basefire.com, diggdot.us). …

Developing a model for online social travel networks in the tourism industry
J Ban, RR Ramsaran-Fowdar – 23rd International Business …, 2013 – wbiworldconpro.com
… 54 24.9% yelp.com 37 28.1% meetup.com 30 30.7% travelpost.com 26 33.0% associatedcontent. com 25 35.1% insiderpages.com 17 36.6% yellowbot.com 17 38.1% blogspot.com 16 39.5% myspace.com 16 40.9% gusto.com 15 42.2% outside.in 13 43.3% realtravel.com 13 …

The Role of Law in an Electronic World Dominated by Web 2.0
T Hoeren, G Vossen – … Science–Research and …, 2009 – vesta.informatik.rwth-aachen.de
… Sample applications allow her or him to create mash-ups which combine data from multiple sources into a new service offering (eg, realtravel.com, 4Hotels.us, basefire.com, diggdot.us). Hence, these applications drastically lower the technical barriers and the costs for …

A Novel Algorithm for Dynamic Segmentation of Freeway Based on Probe Vehicle Data
W Cai, N Hu, H Zhong, X Huang, T Liu – Logistics: The Emerging …, 2009 – ascelibrary.org
… The Designed Speed Reachable Ratio (DSR) is defined as: ignedSpeed segmentDes Speed realTravel DSR= Take the upstream direction for instance, the algorithm process is shown in Table 1. Table 1: Self-adaptive segmentation algorithm process …

Online travel information search behaviors: An information foraging perspective
EJ Jordan – 2008 – search.proquest.com
“… These sites represent the major industry presence on the Internet and dont include more recent developments such as Web 2.0 type sites like TripAdvisor and RealTravel. Web 2.0 type sites provide user generated travel advice and stories from their own travel experiences. …

Storytelling research on international visitors: Interpreting own experiences in Tokyo
D Martin, AG Woodside – Qualitative Market Research: An …, 2011 – emeraldinsight.com”

Extracting destination representation and competitiveness from online content
A Dickinger, C Költringer – Information Technology & Tourism, 2011 – ingentaconnect.com
… traveljournals. net, www.virtualtourist.com, www.mytripjournal. com, www.travbuddy. com, www.travelpod.com, www.travelblog.org, www.tripadvisor.com, www. realtravel.com, www.43places.com, and www. igougo.com). these …

Theblogosphere’as a market research tool for tourism destinations: A case study of Australia’s Northern Territory
D Carson – Journal of Vacation Marketing, 2008 – jvm.sagepub.com
… and affiliations of authors. Many more (such as http://realtravel.com/ australia-trips- i3665661.html) contained very little information, to the point of not identifying where the author normally lived or their gender. The vast majority …

A webometric analysis of travel blogs and review hosting: the case of Catalonia
E Marine-Roig – Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 2014 – Taylor & Francis
… Paper presented at the International Conference on Tourist Experiences, Lancaster, UK) used the results of previous studies that cite TravelBlog.org, RealTravel.com, TravBuddy.com, and TravelPod.com as the most popular; Li and Wang (2011 Catalan Tourist Board (2012). …

The perceived usefulness of blog postings: An extension of the expectancy-disconfirmation paradigm
A Zehrer, JC Crotts, VP Magnini – Tourism Management, 2011 – Elsevier
… A considerable number of such blogs are published on virtual travel communities (eg virtualtourist.com, realtravel.com) or on specialized customer review sites (eg tripadvisor.com, holidaycheck.com) (Schmallegger & Carson, 2008). …

“Virtual E-tourism, the lost ring in introducing Soltanieh historical city and its large dome
P Saiyadi, S Nasiri – Science Series Data Report, 2013 – parvizsaiyadi.com
… For instance, realtravel.com and traveltoyether.com websites are new kinds of internet dealers that users have fully exploited and these websites can easily provide conditions of internet trip, sending emails to friends and communicating with them. …

Tourist Destination Marketing and Management Using Advanced ICTs Technologies
A Argyropoulou, P Dionyssopoulou… – Advances on Information …, 2011 – academia.edu
… Travel is a prime focus. It is not a new concept – TripAdvisor and IgoUgo have been around for years. Now it is exploding, with the appearance of MySpace, YouTube, Flickr, Tagzania, Gusto, Wikia, RealTravel, blogs, podcasts and much more (ETC and UNWTO, 2008). …

Storytelling research on international visitors
M Drew, AG Woodside – Qualitative Market Research, 2011 – search.proquest.com
… 71 No. 2, pp. 230-44. 5. Bennett, P. (2007), “”Day 2 – Tokyo””, available at: www.realtravel.com/tokyo-journals-j3576511.html. … 41. Viventi, K. (2008a), Katie goes to Asia, available at: http://realtravel.com/tokyo-journals-j7046585.html. 42. …

Web 2 technologies for Net Native language learners: a “social CALL”
A Kárpáti – ReCALL, 2009 – Cambridge Univ Press
Page 1. ReCALL 21(2): 139–156. 2009 r European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning 139 doi:10.1017/S0958344009000160 Printed in the United Kingdom Web 2 technologies for Net Native language learners: a ”social CALL” …

Photogenic authenticity and the spectacular in tourism: experiencing the Pentecost gol
JP Taylor – La Ricerca Folklorica, 2010 – JSTOR
… As one blogger put it (on the ironically named website realtravel.com) the experience is “”unreal!”” While individual tourists will respond dif- ferently – these are, after all, unique and deeply personal experiences – what I’d like to empha- sise is the uncanny sense of simultaneous hu …

Open-corpus personalization based on automatic ontology mapping
S Sosnovsky – Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on …, 2009 – iiscs.wssu.edu
… Online services like twine.com, realtravel.com, and freebase.com employ sets of existing ontologies to automatically annotate web-content generated or discovered by their users. 4. Ontology-based Open-corpus Personalization Service 4.1 The approach …

“Large volumes of content (bookmarks, reviews, videos, etc.) are currently being created on the “Social Web”, ie on Web 2.0 community sites, and this content is being …
U Boj?rs, JG Breslin, A Finn, S Decker – … , Services and Agents on the World …, 2008 – infona.pl
× Close The Infona portal uses cookies, ie strings of text saved by a browser on the user’s device. The portal can access those files and use them to remember the user’s data, such as their chosen settings (screen view, interface language, etc.), or their login data. …

12 Paci?sts and partygoers? Young Antipodeans visiting Gallipoli
C Bell – The Critical Turn in Tourism Studies: Creating an …, 2013 – books.google.com
… As Meuller explains, ‘what “Gallipoli” the ?lm does depict accurately is Gallipoli the popular legend'(Meuller 1998: 2). One blogger confused the historic site with a movie location: We visited The Nek, where the ?nal scene of the movie Gallipoli is set. (realtravel. … realtravel. …

The fate of the Semantic Web
JQ Anderson, H Rainie – 2010 – a51.nl
… tagging ontologies. Sites already implementing semantic web elements include DBpedia, Twine, Garlik, GeoNames, RealTravel, and MetaWeb. The semantic web has some vocal opponents and critics. One is blogger, author, and …

An examination of tourists’ identity in tourist weblogs
Y Wang, DB Morais – Information Technology & Tourism, 2014 – Springer
… For example, many popular websites, such as TravelBlog.org, Travelpod, Travelpost.com, and Realtravel.com, offer easy access to travel blogs so that travelers can upload photos and describe their travel experiences as well as exchange information with other people. …

Combining the semantic and the social web for intelligent learning systems
M Ghenname, R Ajhoun, C Gravier… – … (EDUCON), 2012 IEEE, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… They have shown through RealTravel application usefulness of the aggregation of personal data, preferences and other explicit and implicit dimensions specific to travel, And so they came to the conclusion that for many information technology systems, the power of the …

Influence of social media on tourism—Especially among students of the University of Debrecen
G Ráthonyi – Appl Stud Agribus Commer, 2013 – researchgate.net
… Numerous examples of the topics exist in the tourism industry and some of the most popular blog platforms are Igougo, Travelplanet, Realtravel, Tripadvisor, Twitter (Camilleri et al. 2007; Nagy 2010; Grotte 2010). Impacts of blogs on tourists …

Professor at the Institute for Tourism and Leisure Studies of WU Vienna where she completed her doctoral degree. Dr. Dickinger was visiting Scholar at the …
A Dickinger – Events and Meetings in the City, 2009 – academia.edu
… com www. travelblog. org www. traveljournals. net www. travbuddy. com www. virtualtourist. com www. tripadvisor. com www. realtravel. com www. 43places. com As of March 2008, Yahoo’s search engine was used to search for articles about Austria within these communities. …

Encyclopedia of database systems
L Liu, MT Özsu – 2009 – academia.edu
Page 1. Encyclopedia of Database Systems Page 2. Ling Liu, M. Tamer O¨ zsu (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Database Systems With 3,067 Entries With 871 Authors With 1,176 Figures and 101 Tables With 6,900 Cross-references With 10,696 Bibliographic references Page 3. …

Travelling in Image-Space
L Bieger – Moving Images–Mobile Viewers: 20th Century Visuality …, 2011 – books.google.com
… Choosing Bellagio as its namesake, however, is less a tribute to a realtravel destination than to a semantic field of associations (most prominently ‘beauty’and ‘Italy’) opened up to be loosely furnished with fitting images and emotions. …

“The future is here: media, memory, and futurity in Shanghai
A Lagerkvist – Space and culture, 2010 – sac.sagepub.com
… it was raining, belting down in fact, it was night-time, all the skyscrapers had neon all over them, there were lazers coming off a few of them—it was just like Blade Runner, without Daryll Hannah trying to kill me with her thighs” (retrieved March 9, 2009, from http://realtravel.com/e …

An exploratory study of the airline ticket purchasing problem
AD Gilmore – 2008 – rave.ohiolink.edu
“Page 1. UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI Date: June 3, 2008 I, Andrew David Gilmore , hereby submit this work as part of the requirements for the degree of: Master of Science in: Computer Science It is entitled: An Exploratory Study of the Airline Ticket Purchasing Problem …

The boundaries of the literary archive: reclamation and representation
MC Smith, ML Stead – 2013 – books.google.com
… Page 25. Margaret Drabble’s The Gatesof Ivory (1991), pointstothe influenceof electronic accessto research materials onthe construction ofa romantic notion of the physical archive, where research features ‘handson work inactual archives… requiring realtravel onthepart ofthe …

Retromodern Shanghai: Uncanny Memories of Media Futures Past
A Lagerkvist – Media and Memory in New Shanghai, 2013 – Springer
… It was raining, belting down in fact, it was night-time, all the skyscrapers had neon all over them, there were lazers coming off a few of them – it was just like Blade Runner, without Daryl Hannah trying to kill me with her thighs. (retrieved 9 March 2009, from http://realtravel. …

Burning Man at Google: a cultural infrastructure for new media production
F Turner – New Media & Society, 2009 – nms.sagepub.com
… Man, those promises come true.As they engage in making art, individuals begin to see and feel the manufacturing potential of collective, commons-based labor.Tom Gruber, for example, is a long-time Burner, photographer and chief technology officer at RealTravel, an online …

Generating valuable content for a destination in order to reach a new generation of travelers
AN Rich – 2012 – search.proquest.com
“… the only ones using online sources to engage in travel research. PhocusWright also found that travel review websites like TripAdvisor, TravelPost, RealTravel, MyTravelGuide, and IgoUgo are dominating online travel research. …

Role of social media in online travel information search
Z Xiang, U Gretzel – Tourism management, 2010 – Elsevier
Social media are playing an increasingly important role as information sources for travelers. The goal of this study is to investigate the extent to which socia.

Cross-cultural differences in social identity formation through travel blogging
YJ Lee, U Gretzel – Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 2014 – Taylor & Francis”

Understanding the intention to follow the advice obtained in an online travel community
LV Casaló, C Flavián, M Guinalíu – Computers in Human Behavior, 2011 – Elsevier
Online travel communities are an increasing phenomenon that is motivating great changes in consumer behavior in the travel sector. Travelers prefer to rely on p.

TripIt: The traveler’s agent
LM Applegate, G Piccoli, K Brohman – Harvard Business School …, 2008 – academia.edu
… Hotel Planner 2003 Group travel planning Meetup 2006 Online organization of offline gatherings Nile Guide 2008 Trip planning, itinerary building, user-generated content RealTravel 2005 Blogs, reviews, travel deals, itinerary building and sharing …

Combating spam in tagging systems: An evaluation
G Koutrika, FA Effendi, Z Gyöngyi, P Heymann… – ACM Transactions on …, 2008 – dl.acm.org
Page 1. 22 Combating Spam in Tagging Systems: An Evaluation GEORGIA KOUTRIKA, FRANS ADJIE EFFENDI, ZOLT ´AN GY ¨ONGYI, PAUL HEYMANN, and HECTOR GARCIA-MOLINA Stanford University Tagging systems …

Computing for Home Automation and Telecare
C Maternaghan, KJ Turner – Pervasive communications …, 2011 – books.google.com
Page 379. Claire Maternaghan University of Stirling Kenneth J. Turner University of Stirling 17.1 introduction 17 Pervasive Computing for Home Automation and Telecare 17.1. Introduction….. 17-1 Home. Automation.•. Telecare.•. Challenges. …

Stakeholders’ perspective and a way forward for destination development for Japanese international retirement migration tourists in Thailand
AS Ashton, P Lakpetch – CAUTHE 2016: The Changing …, 2016 – search.informit.com.au
Page 1. CAUTHE 2016 Conference Proceedings Back to Table of Contents 348 FP 35 STAKEHOLDERS’ PERSPECTIVE AND A WAY FORWARD FOR DESTINATION DEVELOPMENT FOR JAPANESE INTERNATIONAL RETIREMENT MIGRATION TOURISTS IN THAILAND …

New media services: ratings and recommendations websites in the travel and tourism industry
B Gligorijevic, A Bruns – 2010 – eprints.qut.edu.au
Page 1. New Media Services Ratings and Recommendations Websites in the Travel and Tourism Industry April 2010 Page 2. Author Barbara Gligorijevic PhD Candidate Media and Communication Creative Industries Faculty …

The Impact of Social Media on Travel Information Search: The Case of Hospitality Search in Finland and Greece
A Papageorgiou – alex-papageo.com
“Page 1. Alexandros Papageorgiou The Impact of Social Media on Travel Information Search: The Case of Hospitality Search in Finland and Greece Master’s Thesis in Information Systems Supervisor: Prof. Pirkko Walden Division of Natural Sciences and Technology …

New Zealand as a safe adventure destination–is it a reality?
P Salla – 2014 – aut.researchgateway.ac.nz
“Page 1. New Zealand as a Safe Adventure Destination – Is it a Reality? Purvi Salla A dissertation submitted to Auckland University of Technology In partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Tourism Studies (MTourS) 2014 School of Hospitality and Tourism …

Official tourism web sites and city marketing
P Díaz-Luque – Gascó-Hernández, M; Torres-Coronas, T. …, 2009 – books.google.com
Page 172. Chapter VIII Official Tourism Web Sites and City Marketing Pablo Díaz-Luque Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Spain ABSTRACT Large cities are one of the most popular tourism destinations throughout the world. Business …

Not Welcome at the Holiday Inn’: How a Sarajevan Hotel Influenced Geo-politics
L Smirl – Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 2016 – Taylor & Francis
Page 1. IN MEMORIAM OBJECTS AND SPACES IN INTERVENTION: HONOURING THE WORK OF LISA SMIRL (1975–2013) ‘Not Welcome at the Holiday Inn’: How a Sarajevan Hotel Influenced Geo-politics Lisa Smirl University of Sussex …

Ontology
T Gruber – Encyclopedia of database systems, 2009 – Springer
Page 1. O OASIS SERGUEI MANKOVSKII CA Labs, CA Inc, Thornhill, ON, Canada Synonyms Organization for the advancement of structured information standards Definition OASIS is a non-for-profit consortium aiming at col …

Enhancing Subjective Ontologies with Social Tagging Systems
D Hooijmaijers, M Stumptner – Advances in Ontologies, 2008 – Citeseer
… Additionally we would like to evaluate the Area of Expertise to examine the possible time reduction due to less calculations and how the generalised calcula- tion of trust will effect the precision of result rank- ings. 10http://realtravel. …