As with any internet
presence, this magazine-style publication is, and will always
be, in a constant state of evolution. We have decided that it
is time to put forth our effort and enable everyone to share
in our vision for traveling in the 21st century.
As the saying goes,
"Everything starts at home with you." We'd like to
expand that to "Everything starts at home with you and your
computer." All of us dream of places we'd like to visit.
We often like to plan for vacations that will take us far away
from our jobs and our daily troubles. And we even get to go on
a real trip every once in a while.
What we at TravelingOnline.com
have planned is a place for you to come to where you can visit
locations around the world and get a glimpse of what it may be
like to travel to those destinations.
We're a very open
group and we've structured our magazine to respond to our viewers'
needs. That's why we're asking you for feedback and suggestions
about how we can benefit your travel needs and desires. Whether
you're looking for your next vacation spot or just taking a virtual
vacation lunch break at your desk with your sandwich in one hand
and your mouse in the other, we want to make that experience
as real, exciting, entertaining and educational as possible.
Please visit the destinations
we have available now and let us know what you think. Tell us
how we can improve the magazine and what we've missed. We have
a lot more in store for you and for ourselves. Keep in mind that
this is a modest beginning and that's why we'd like you to share
in the magic of shaping TravelingOnline and watching it come
Oh yeah, I almost
forgot the best part. If you, or anyone you may know, would like
to contribute to this venture, please contact us and let us know
in what capacity you'd like to participate. All types of contributors
and talents are welcome: photographers, journalists and writers,
editors, storytellers, historians, and avid travelers or adventurers,
to name a few.
We function in a collaborative
fashion with each person participating for their own unique reasons.
What is key is that we all share in the sheer enjoyment of working
together on the subject matter that excites us. Our passion for
the material is what keeps us, and the magazine, alive. Whatever
your interest, please let us hear from you.
And one more thing.
Please be aware that all of us involved here have personal lives
that we value very much. So if we aren't as timely at getting
back to you as you'd like... well, take a virtual vacation and
e-mail us again in two weeks when you get back. In the meantime,
Have Fun and Love Life!
Respectfully, Gar Benedick, Head MuckyMuck
and creator of TravelingOnline.com
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