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  • 10

    Symbiostock - How to Create Your Own Photography Selling Site

    6 days ago

    Symbiostock is an open source collaboration among photographers and web developers that allows artists to present their work how they'd like at prices they set, keeping 100% of the sales

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    Best Travel Books About India

    6 days ago

    India is so diverse and challenging to a first time (or even repeat) traveler that you can never be too prepared for your exerience. Here are some of our recommended travel books and guides that can help you get...

  • 0

    The Bloody Crucible of Courage

    5 months ago

    examines many 'myths' of the Civil War, such as the diminished role of cavalry; the effectiveness of edged weapons; the rifled versus smoothbore controversy for both artillery and small arms.

  • 0

    How to Submit Your Photography to Microstock Agencies

    6 days ago

    Microstock photography is a viable income source for photographers who understand how the system works. One of the first hurdles facing newcomers is that there are no standards for editing and submitting images.

  • 6

    Acadia - the Paths Less Traveled

    6 days ago

    Acadia and Mount Rainier are the 2 most visited National Parks in the United States. Both are close to major metropolitan areas, but also provide 2 very different ecological settings: volcanic mountain versus sea...

  • 2

    Vacation Phone Scams and the National Do Not Call List

    17 months ago

    if you own a timeshare - be prepared for scams. Recently we've been receiving several unsolicited calls a week even though we've been registered with the National Do Not Call list since 2003!

  • 0

    End of the American Century

    2 months ago

    The United States has already reached its apogee and the only question remaining is how steep the decline will be. By most common standards the US slips further behind - whether health care, education, productivity per...

  • 6

    Do All Scientists Believe in Evolution?

    2 days ago

    It's sad, but true, that there are a number of non-biology scientists who are ignorant about modern biology, and who take a creationist view. But just as biologists are not quantum mechanics, physicists are not...

  • 0

    Best Asian Lamb Recipes

    14 months ago

    Best recipes for lamb from Asian cuisines including India, China and Indonesia

  • 1

    Goats do Roam - an Olympic National Park encounter

    6 days ago

    All went well until on the descent we saw a group of mountain goats examining our packs -

  • 2

    Why aren't there restaurants that will cook up any recipe you bring in?

    2 days ago

    it would be a nightmare to organize a kitchen that doesn't know what it will be cooking that night

  • 2

    How Best to Promote Your Art and Photography

    6 days ago

    There are many ways to create websites now - many internet providers give free website creation, domain and storage. One the more popular is Google . It's an online site creation tool toeasily create websites, even for...

  • 6

    How to sell your timeshare property

    13 months ago

    A frequently asked question is 'how do I sell my timeshare'. This hub gives some practical responses, and also describes some potential pitfalls in the process.

  • 0

    Travel to Go / Traveltogo scam and complaints

    18 months ago

    I admit it - we've been scammed. After over 40 years of travel, leading my own treks and tours, visiting dozens of countries, mostly doing our own planning, we've still succumbed to a travel scam. My hope in this and...

  • 3

    Exploring Famous Landmarks of Rajasthan in India

    6 days ago

    Rajasthan is one of the most visited areas of India and it well deserves its reputation. The Golden Triangle circuit tour indcludes Delhi, Agra [Taj Mahal] and jaipur, but that barely touches Rajasthan. You need several...

  • 0

    Famous people in the Renaissance - Florence and the Plot Against the Medici

    2 months ago

    Centered on the conspiracy in 1478 to kill the Medici brothers Guiliano and Lorenzo, and to take control of Florence, Martines provides a fascinating look into the politics of Renaissance Italy.

  • 0

    Famous Quotes from Shakespeare

    2 days ago

    Shakespeare is our source for many common quaotations, and he also invented many words or phrases. here are some of my favorites

  • 1

    Walking Through History in Turkey - Chimera , Olympos, and Termessos

    6 days ago

    We travel back to the mythic past today, from Ulupinar, over coastal mountain ridges, then descend to the mysterious flames that sprout from the rocks. Myths say that this ancient site is where the hero Bellerophon...

  • 0

    Best of Turkey Hikes - Hiking in Cappadocia

    2 months ago

    The usual tourist circuit in Cappadocia visits the triangle formed by Goreme, Avandos and Urgup, but just of this well beaten path there are beautiful, yet easy day hikes and walks that let you explore the tufa...

  • 0

    Best Chinese and Other Asian Recipes

    6 days ago

    Asian cuisine is probably the most varied in the world, especially if you include Indian. From mild Mandarin to hot and spicy Hunan and Szechuan, you'll find something to your taste. And then you can explore the...

  • 0

    Dorothy Dunnett's House of Niccolo Books

    2 days ago

    These are among my top recommendations on many levels - for complex plotting and fascinating characters; for historical interest and accuracy, and for pure escapist fun. Dorothy Dunnett's Lymond Chronicles & Niccolo...

  • 0

    Life's Dominion -

    8 weeks ago

    Not light reading or a polemic, but rather a carefully and closely reasoned investigation of how one comes to decisions about matters involving the taking of life, with particular emphasis on doing so under the US...

  • 1

    Best Recipes from Turkey and the Middle East

    2 months ago

    Turkish and Middle Eastern food is varied and influenced from east and west creating tasty fusions.

  • 1

    Quick and Tasty Eggplant Recipes

    2 months ago

    Eggplant is one of the tastiest and versatile vegetables, but many people underappreciate it. It's used in European, Middle Eastern , Chinese and Indian cuisines

  • 1

    Best Books About Turkey and the Middle East

    5 months ago

    As always in my book lists and reviews, these are not definitive bibliographies, but rather books I've read and recommend

  • 6

    Full Moon Myths Unveiled

    2 days ago

    Among the myths that just won't go away is the one that the full moon exerts effects on people - that crimes increase, babies all decide to emerge, women's menses sycn with it, psch wards go on hyderdrive, etc, etc, etc.

  • 0

    Eastern Turkey - From Trabzond to Van

    5 months ago

    Today, a traveler needs a vivid imagination to conjure a vision of the past from the current industrial and grimy port of Trabzon, with its Russian flea markets, dilapitated bridges . But several parks and mosques are...

  • 0

    Walking Through History in Turkey - Xanthos on the Lycian Way

    6 days ago

    ... no temptation should ever persuade one, anywhere in the Levant, to try to do more than one thing in one day...

  • 0

    Ancient Astronomy in Beijing China

    7 weeks ago

    In the middle of modern Beijing a medieval masterwork holds its own. It's been renamed Beijing Ancient Observatory and is on the southwest side of Jianguomen crossroad in Dongcheng District of Beijing

  • 0

    Dragons of China

    7 weeks ago

    All creatures shown here were captured during our 1985 and 2001 expeditions. Note that Chinese dragons tend to have 4 feet and no wings [though like Superman, they manage to fly without wings], unlike European...

  • 3

    Quick Mexican Tuna Recipes

    21 months ago

    Quick and tasty ideas for canned tuna with a Mexican flair.

  • 2

    How to Create a Google Gadget That Displays an Online Photo album

    2 years ago

    The gadget displays an image and transports the user to a photo album from which they can choose the images they'd like to add to their webpages.

  • 0

    Bird Watching in Turkey

    6 days ago

    We rose early the next morning for a dawn boat tour to view birds. Started at 6 am for what was billed as a 3 hour ride in the same cramped jeep as yesterday, now finding even bumpier roads, or sometrimes just taking...

  • 2

    Tips for Travel in Peru

    2 months ago

    I've been on treks to Peru twice - first time in 1979, and travel about the country was fairly primitive. Our trip in 2008 was much easier. Rather than having to use letters & telex, it's easy to set up your trip...

  • 3

    Tips for Travel to Mexico City

    2 months ago

    Despite its reputation as a huge sprawling, polluted city, Mexico City is one of our favorite urban stays. It's well worth several days spent exploring its world famous, outdoor markets, great walking, fresh &...

  • 0

    Questions of State - American States trivia quiz

    21 months ago

    Questions of State challenges your geography skills while letting you learn more about the United States. There are thousands of possible questions, so it's unlikely you'll ever see 2 identical questions, no matter how...

  • 0

    Pipeline to Battle and other Memoirs of World War II

    2 years ago

    Libya's eastern province was known as the Western Desert in World War II since it protected Egypt's western border. Throughout the early years of the war, Benghazi and Tobruk were familiar names as they were occupied,...

  • 7

    Which religion is the most peaceful as well as tolerant in the World ?

    16 months ago

    I can't think of any religions that are both warlike and intolerant that still exist. Evolution may be responsible there.  From the...

  • 0

    Savoyard cooking

    13 months ago

    The skiing at the Portes du Soleil is unlike anywhere else, with a dozen villages in France & Switzerland linked by lifts, drags and gondolas. But another reason we enjoy self-catered skiing in France is the ready...

  • 7

    Play Bridge Online - Getting Started

    2 years ago

    Online bridge is a fascinating addition to your card playing repertoire. I'll be discussing Bridgebase Online here, though there are several others. You can log in at any time, and play with people from around the...

  • 2

    Christian Art in Turkey - hiking the ihlara valley

    6 days ago

    The whole canyon is honeycombed with rock-cut underground dwellings and churches from the Byzantine period. There are trails on both sides of the creek, but not particularly well marked.

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    Christian Art in Turkey - Cappadocia & The Goreme Museum

    6 days ago

    Cappadocia has been an important area for Christian Art for hundreds of years . The terrain is well suited to defense, with cave dwellings and underground cities easily carved from the volcanic tufa. This

  • 3

    Can you make money from your photography?

    6 days ago

    Especially since digital cameras have become so easy to use, it seems everyone daydreams about selling their...

  • 1

    How You can Still Make Money on eBay

    21 months ago

    This is not a get rich quick scheme or other scam that claims to make money while you sleep. Instead, it's some basic information on how to explore eBay, research your category, get inventory and make a profit. It's...

  • 0

    How to Design an Air Traffic Controller Game

    2 years ago

    Computer games have become Hollywood behemoths, with dozens of people involved, but game design itself can still be explained and completed by anyone who applies a bit of organization to their thinking. Here's how old...

  • 0

    Best Dinosaur Museums in the World

    2 months ago

    There are amazing dinosaur collections at many universities and museums; here are some of my favorites we've visited around the world

  • 0

    In Search of Islamic Feminism

    7 weeks ago

    A superb book, describing the author's travels to several Islamic countries emphasizing the role of women in each country. In her discussions with local women, she explores the various images of women, in those...

  • 1

    Best Books About Landmarks of Egypt & North Africa

    3 months ago

    Even before the 2011 Jasmine revolution across North Africa and the Middle East, there's amazing landmarks, history and culture to discover. From the ancient Romans and Carthiginians through the Arab, Berber and...

  • 0

    Best History Book Reviews

    3 months ago

    Book reviews, maps, games, links and photos about history

  • 1

    Journey to Kars by Philip Glazebrook

    5 months ago

    The old town of khans and cobbled alleys is too baffling and dismaying to be sacked by tourists en masse. Ranks of coaches wait in the outer courts of the Topkapi Palace, more ranks are drawn up outside Santa Sophia: ...

  • 1

    Gettysburg and the Civil War - the Newt Gingrich Trilogy

    6 days ago

    Newt Gingrich presents an alternative history of the Civil War that stands comparison to the excellent Killer Angels trilogy by the Shaaras.

  • 7

    Adam and Eve - a fictional Love Story

    7 weeks ago

    There were never just 2 people in the world - that would have taken an act of creation, and would violate everything we know about science. The significance of this particular myth is an entirely different question.

  • 0

    Mexico City - Exploring the Zocalo - Independence Day

    2 months ago

    Despite its reputation as huge smoggy sprawl, Mexico City is well worth a visit of several days - exploring world famous museums, outdoor markets, great walking, easy access to outskirts by metro.

  • 1

    Jeff in Venice, Death in Varanasi by Geoff Dyer

    6 days ago

    I find it hard to imagine two more fascinating cities than Venice and Varanasi. New York, Paris, Prague, Mexico City all...

  • 0

    Best Downhill Ski Areas in North America

    3 months ago

    Some quick reflections on our favorite ski areas in North America.  We most enjoy off piste or tree skiing, moguls optional.   Cruisers are great for warm-ups or late...

  • 0

    Shakespeare Maps for the Roman & Greek Plays

    11 months ago

     A companion to Shakespeare's Plays, these hubs display the scenes of each place, their modern location, and a link to a Google map that shows the path of the play's action

  • 0

    Chilaquiles the Mexican Breakfast or Brunch Favorite Recipe

    8 weeks ago

    Chilaquiles are a traditional Mexican breakfast or brunch menu item. Stale corn tortillas are torn in quarters and usually fried. . Green or red salsa or mole, is poured over the crispy tortilla triangles.

  • 0

    Darshan at Tirupati in South India

    3 months ago

    Darshan means seeing , especially in the religious sense experienced in the presence of a god, often at a tirtha, or sacred crossing between worlds. These are not idols - through the image, the deity presents itself and...

  • 0

    Washington's Crossing - a Review

    3 months ago

    An invading force gets bogged down while fighting an insurgency. While it could be ripped from today's headlines, this is actually a book about the American Revolution. This is an impressive work on many levels.

  • 0

    On the Greek Island of Crete on 9 11 2001

    6 days ago

    We were on the Greek island of Crete on 9/11/2001, a week into a 3 week trip to Greece & Turkey. These notes are from my journal. It was a beautiful fall day. We'd driven, thru rugged but spectacular...

  • 2

    How the Renaissance contributed to the scientific revolution

    13 months ago

    The re-birth of learning during the Renaissance had many unintended consequences

  • 3

    Famous Landmarks of India - Why Does India Fascinate

    3 months ago

    Famous Landmarks of India -- India is sprawling in both its history and religious / cultural diversity,so choosing a subset of its most famous landmarks is difficult if not impossible. But the following are some of our...

  • 0

    Hunan Ginger pepper Pork Spareribs

    6 days ago

    The central provinces of China produce fiery and tasty dishes. The special ground szechuan peppers provide a unique taste that is only partially mimicked by ordinary black pepper.

  • 0

    Hiking in Turkey - Selge and Aspendos

    2 months ago

    Turkey offers many day hikes that combine moderate exertion with a journey into the past. We hiked along mountain paths that include parts of Roman construction once used in the Silk Road traffic.

  • 0

    National Geographic Maps of Europe

    2 years ago

    National Geographic produces more than just physical geography. It also creates maps for travelers to peruse, both before and after their journeys. Many if the maps are also handy when reading historical fiction. These...

  • 0

    India - Getting About Mumbai by Local Train

    5 months ago

    The first time we took a train into the city, we sampled 2nd class and it provided quite an experience. I'd ridden domestic trains in India from city to city and they were usually reasonabl comfortable, with assigned...

  • 0

    Beef Short Ribs with Pepper & Black Beans

    6 days ago

    Tasty beef short ribs with bright green broccoli An easy to make dish, once you've found the ingredients in an Asian grocery or specialty shop.

  • 2

    Download Freeware Microsoft Pro Photo Tools version 2

    18 months ago

    Here's a great toolkit from Microsoft that's free to download and use. It's a simple editor that allows you to add meta data to your photos. Meta data is information that's stored inside your image, such as title,...

  • 0

    Peoples and Cultures in National Geographic Maps

    23 months ago

    National Geographic has always emphasized the cultural and anthropological parts of geography. It has published numerous maps over the years about people and culture. These are great for home schooling or other...

  • 0

    Honey Almond Chicken Recipe

    22 months ago

    Here’s an easy to prepare chicken dish. It’s easy to scale up for more people and has potential for many variations.

  • 1

    National Geographic Maps of Bible History, Ancient Civilization and the Near East

    23 months ago

    These are great for home schooling or other education uses, as posters, or for those who just enjoy a well-designed map. Here's a list of Bible History, Africa and Middle East related 'maps' from the last 60 years and...

  • 0

    Dinosaurs, Space and Geology maps from National Geographic

    13 months ago

    National Geographic, with its lush photography and emphasis on geography also produces maps on dinosaurs and outer space. These are great for home schooling or other education uses, as posters, or for those who just...

  • 0

    World Wide Scavenger hunt

    11 months ago

    How good's your geography? How much do you know about famous landmarks? Test your travel knowledge with this geography trivia game.

  • 0

    Corn Tikkis

    6 days ago

    Corn tikkis are an Indian version of veggie burgers.

  • 2

    How to Cook Fresh Vegetables using Microwave Cooking

    6 days ago

    The microwave is underused for cooking from scratch. Anything that can be steamed, blanched or boiled, can be prepared faster and probably better in a microwave is an easy, quick and tasty way to cook vegetables. I'll...

  • 0

    Turkish Kielbasa and Mushrooms

    6 days ago

    You won't find this dish in Turkey, but it was inspired by Turkish cooking.

  • 1

    Best Books about Evolution and Biology

    19 months ago

    Science is under attack from many quarters these days. These books give excellent introductions to modern evolution and biology.

  • 0

    Melanzane Arrostite - Roasted Eggplant and Pepper salad

    2 days ago

    A delicious antipasto, salad or side dish. Easy to make, and can be prepared the day before.

  • 0

    How to Make Tomato Confit

    19 months ago

    Confit is a style of cooking that conjures smoky little French bistros. It's made by slow cooking meats or vegetables in olive oil.

  • 0

    Murgh Dopiaza - Indian Chicken curry with 2 onions

    6 days ago

    My version of a classic Indian dish was a finalist in the annual Newman's Own recipe contest and earned $10,000 for Amnesty International and a trip to New York to meet Paul Newman and friends.

  • 1

    Eastern Turkey - From Van to Diyarbakir

    5 months ago

    Traveling along the eastern edge of Turkey, we're only a few miles from Armenia and Iran. Passing mustard fields of bright yellow, there are fields of sheep, ravines with Armenian watchtowers on the other side. At...

  • 3

    Aloo Simla Mirch - Curried Potatoes with Red Bell Pepper

    22 months ago

    An easy to make curry of potatoes, tomatoes and peppers; adapted from dishes we found in eastern India.

  • 1

    Pushed at the Pushkar Fair in Rajasthan

    5 months ago

    “Each Ghat has its own miraculous qualities and powers of healing and this city of temples has over 500 temples built over different eras with varied architectural styles”, or so promised the guide.

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    Varanasi Beyond the Ghats

    5 months ago

    Most pilgrims come to Varanasi for the ghats from which they can bathe in the Ganges. Tourists usually stay in a hotel outside of the core central area and visit with a guide for an evening or dawn boat ride. But...

  • 2

    Tips for Travel in India

    6 days ago

    After more than 2500 years, much of the indigenous culture remains same in temples and much of daily life outside the cities. You see it with the casual religiosity of the guides, ganesha on dashboards of...

  • 0

    Wild Mushrooms and Asian Noodles

    6 days ago

    The Pacific Northwest offers many varieties of wild edible mushrooms in both spring and fall. Often they can be found right on the edge of hiking trails. The key to cooking with these delicious fungi is to minimize...

  • 0

    How to Select a Travel Guide

    7 weeks ago

     It was a lot easier 20-30 years ago when travel book choices for the more exotic destinations were  limited. You went to the bookstore and hoped there might be ONE book about your destination. Now there are...

  • 1

    Tips for Travel in Turkey

    2 months ago

    We've made over 6 trips to Turkey over the past 10 years, and have seen much of the country, but we've still got a lot to see and do. Some of the suggestions below are more specific to our springtime hiking trips.

  • 2

    Storing your excess vegetable harvest without canning

    6 days ago

    Growing your own vegetables is fun, tasty, aerobic and green, but nature doesn’t play by the same rules humans do in preparing a daily menu. So most of us face an overabundance of produce at various times. Here...

  • 0

    Exploring the Dardanelles - From Troy to Gallipoli

    6 days ago

    The Dardanelles has been a strategic water route and an object of conquest throughout history. The city of Troy was placed strategically to dominate the straits, the site for Homer’s epic tales.

  • 7

    Ancient Temples on the Beach - Puri, India

    6 days ago

    India is a fascinating and exotic travel destination, but most visitors never discover just HOW exotic it can be. Package tours cover Rajasthan, the Taj Mahal and other well known areas, but the eastern state of Orissa...

  • 7

    What to do in Newport Oregon

    3 months ago

    Newport boasts beautiful beaches and rock formations to its north and south, rivaling the better known coast of California near Monterrey and Big Sur. Several lighthouses such as Yaquina Head dot the often foggy...

  • 0

    Sockeye Salmon Veracruzana

    14 months ago

    This is a traditional dish of the Gulf Coast of Mexico, combining fresh fish with local ingredients. You can of course, used canned tomatoes and chilis, but I like to make this in summer and fall when I can pick a...

  • 2

    How to Bargain in a Bazaar or Souk

    16 months ago

    Don't expect to buy a camel for donkey prices -- American travelers often are hesitant to plunge into a foreign bazaar and start to haggle with the sellers.  But this is the naural and expected way of doing...

  • 1

    Coriander Chicken Curry

    14 months ago

    Coriander Curry Chicken is a spicy addition to your poultry recipes, yet very different from the usual curries.

  • 1

    Grilled Beef Short Ribs with Jalapeno peppers

    14 months ago

    Grilled beef short ribs with jalapenos - a spicy variation

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    The Soul of Battle From Ancient Times to the Present Day

    2 days ago

    Jumping back and forth while discussing each leader in historical context, Hanson shows that these seemingly different men are very similar. They all fought in ideological wars to overthrow slave or apartheid systems...

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    Shopping for Spices in Turkey and other Countries

    2 months ago

    Spices make excellent souvenirs for many trips- for yourself oryour friends. They're light, reasonably priced and literally import the exotic flavors of your trip.

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    Mani Rimdu Festival, Thyangboche Monastery Nepal Himalaya

    3 months ago

    We'd arrived several days earlier for the Mani Rimdu fall dance festival. We were starting our 5th week of trekking. Nowadays many people fly to Namche Bazaar and hike to Thyangboche in a day or two.

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    Pilgrimage to Palitana Jain Temple Complex in Gujarat India

    8 months ago

    The Jain pilgrimage site near Palitana occupies the heart of Gujarat in western India . Palitana the town lies at the foot of Shatrunjaya Hill, and the Shatrunjaya River flows to the south. Jains have built clusters of...

  • 0

    Touring Athens and the Greek Islands

    6 days ago

    Many people visit Greece & Turkey on the same trip. This hub describes the Greek portion of a 3 week trip we designed and includes Athens, Santorini, Crete and Rhodes.

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    Tandoori BBQ Chicken

    17 months ago

    Not many of us have a standalone enclosed clay oven nearby, so some thought is needed to produce an Americanized version of the Indian classic tandoori chicken

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    Slowly Down the Ganges

    4 months ago

    Kashi, Benares, Varanasi - It’s all here – kids playing cricket where ever they can, birds, dogs and cows competing for the bits of food swept up by perpetual teams of sweeper women

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    Thanksgiving leftovers - Turkey Picadillo Tacos

    8 weeks ago

    Tasty any time, but especially handy when you try to decide what to do with leftovers of Tanksgiving turkey. Here's a great way to use leftover turkey - or substitute any other ground meat.

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    Arni Kleftiko - Bandit's Lamb

    22 months ago

    Usually, Greek bandits didn't have time for leisurely lunch breaks, so they combined their ingredients in a fireproof pot, and laid the pot in the middle of a cooking fire When they returned later, a tasty meal was...

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    On Tuesday in India Visit The Hindu Shaman

    6 days ago

    Several times a week, in a small isolated village ouside Puri in the Indian state of Orissa, Hindu shaman priests provoke a trance state by means of hallucinogens. They emerge from the sanctum sanctorum of a small Shiva...

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