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Maptia has me thinking... What's in YOUR Geographical Jukebox?

Google quietly pulls plug on Frommer’s print travel guidebooks -- Umm, whoa.

This month, National Geographic celebrates its 125th birthday. Happy Birthday, NatGeo! Is there a NatGeo moment that inspired YOUR travels?

NASA Remembers Neil Armstrong in a Moving Short Film via Maria Popova

Into The Wild - stunning views of Alaska and the story of Christopher McCandless, who decides to leave it all behind for a life of adventure and solitude

Lost In Translation - an interesting look at life on the road, set in Tokyo, where the characters find a sense of freedom in a foreign country

Mama Mia! - even if you're not one for show tunes, I bet this movie will make you want to visit Greece

Directed by Tarsem Singh, The Fall tells the story of an injured stuntman who begins to tell a story to a fellow patient, a girl with a broken arm, in order to gain her trust so she'll acquire morphine for him. The film was shot on location in 28 countries over the course of four years, as the director did not want to use special effects and green screens in the movie.