Monthly Archives: November 2010

TripIt Integration Coming Friday!

This friday we’re turning on our integration with your account on TripIt. If you don’t use TripIt, you can ignore this (or sign up!) TripIt nicely pulls in your travel plans as you book flights, hotels and car rentals. Connecting … Continue reading

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New User Email

We’re getting ready to send this out to new users. Sound okay? As an early user, you will be helping us shape this product into something you will use on a regular basis.  Our goal is to be extremely useful … Continue reading

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User Questions Vol. 2: Real Questions from Real Users asking Questions

We got an email today that sums up a couple questions many people were having – so I thought i’d answer them in public. Q) Very excited about the service. I was just fooling around with it and had a … Continue reading

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TripTrace Benefit

@steve_e recently posted on his twitter page: Oh dear TripTrace. Quite an investment in time to set it all up and then you offer little of benefit or that makes travel planning easier… …which is disheartening, of course, when we … Continue reading

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I Am Really Enjoying TripTrace…

This is an actual page from my TripTrace account. I’d like to point out a few things to see here. On the left page is a map of Menlo Park, where I work. You can see a blue box here … Continue reading

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The PublicEarth Wiki of Places

Some of you have asked where do we get the places/businesses that show up while EXPLORING TripTrace. The answer is PublicEarth. This is PublicEarth: PublicEarth is a free wiki where anyone can add or edit places. Anything in PublicEarth shows … Continue reading

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Beta Invite: Missing Password?

I’ve been sitting here for 40 minutes trying to come up with a clever story about what happened or what it could mean (invisible ink? top secret yadda yadda…) But the fact is we hit “send” on tonight’s beta invite … Continue reading

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