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If you’re a fan of DC Multiverse, the novels of Harry Turtledove, or of Captain Kirk going back in time to fix the future, then you know how messy Alternate History can be.
Just released: the latest update to the Roadside America App for iPhone, v1.5. We thought this would be a nice holiday bonus for iPhone users. Major improvements include the addition of Canada attractions, the reworking of where maps appear, and the end of “subscriptions.”
In a recent shared nightmare, a huge purple devil head with glowing red eyes chased the RoadsideAmerica.com Team, shrieking: “The App is not a web site — it’s a focused tool designed to take advantage of the small screen, network availability, smart phone interactive capabilities and geo-location awareness.” When we awoke, everything the head said […]
It’s been a speedy week since we released Roadside America for iPhone in the iTunes App Store. Watch Trunkations for a series of posts on amusing and practical things you can do with our first mobile application, and road trip mobile device use in general.
It wasn’t long ago that a Roadside road trip meant dozens of paper maps and pages of printed-out, turn-by-turn directions. The job of map-reader on any given day was as vital as it was thankless.
This Friday kicks off the fourth annual Sensational Sixties Weekend in Wildwood, New Jersey. Visitors and Chamber of Commerce officials alike celebrate a formidable decade sans dirty hippies and social unrest (don’t be misled by the trippy peacenik van in the event’s logo). Instead, there’s a classic car show, a concert by The Turtles, Herman’s […]« Previous Entries