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The Week in Travel Tech – December 27 2009 to January 2 2010

What you missed on Tnooz this week, Sunday 25 October to Saturday 31 October 2009:
Top three most commented articles this week:
And the rest (most recent first):
Previous Week in Travel Tech:
October 18-24 2009
October 11-17 2009
October 3-10 2009
Top three most commented articles of all time on Tnooz:
The internet is ruining travel journalism
Lead technology supplier for Thomas Cook goes into administration
Google helping TripAdvisor to maintain barrier to entry
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What you missed on Tnooz this week, Sunday 27 December 2009 to Saturday 2 January 2010:

Top three most commented articles this week:

And the rest (most recent first):

Predictions 2010:

Previous Week in Travel Tech:

Notices:

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Kevin May

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Kevin May was a co-founder and member of the editorial team from September 2009 to June 2017.

 

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