Hypertours -- dawn-to-dusk wonders -- are compressed "vacation events" that maximize your "hit" ratio while on the road, by way of calculation, kismet, and caffeine.
Hypertourism and the Information Paradox: An elucidation.
7 days, Wisconsin-Minnesota-Iowa-Illinois. A looping jaunt
through the land of Dairy behemoths, HyperLincolns, cryptic runes and giant
loons. Over 100 attractions.
7 days, Los Angeles to New York City. In 1994, armed with video handycams, digital cameras and an erratic netlink to HotWired, we chronicled 50 attractions -- from the Exotic Dancers Hall of Fame to the Keansburg Wheel of Food.
6 days, New York City to San Francisco. Time dilates. Relativistic distances warp and fold. Talk radio tells us what to do for 3,000 miles.