THE WEB SITE OF 1,000 TRAVEL LINKS
Joe's no Wilson Pickett--Remember his 1960s hit, The Land of 1,000 Dances?--but he's built a Web site of several thousand business-travel links. Why? Joe doesn't believe in recreating the wheel. If another Web site offers a great service, he's thrilled to link members to it. What JoeSentMe brings to the party is savvy: knowing what links makes sense to busy business travelers and organizing them for maximum productivity and efficiency.
CYBERCONCIERGE: ONE-CLICK CONVENIENCE|
Need a health club on the road? The exchange rate for Swiss francs? The three-letter code for an airport you've never visited. A nearby Wi-Fi hot spot? Just about anything to make your life on the road easier is gathered at the JoeSentMe home page. Divided into three sections--the Flight Center, the CyberConcierge and Joe's FastFinder--we put the best of the travel Web all in one place, all just a click away. Look at our home page.
TRAVEL NEWSSTAND: THE MEDIA CONDENSED
Joe believes informed business travelers are savvier, happier business travelers. So he has linked to more than 400 newspaper travel sections, travel magazines and travel newsletters, regional and city magazines and even in-flight and in-room magazines. If it covers travel, Joe's Travel Newsstand has it. Click here to view The Travel Newsstand.
ALL TRAVEL OPINION, ALL IN ONE PLACE
JoeSentMe exists to encourage conversation, diversity of thought and creative ways to look at the problems of and opportunities offered by business travel. So Joe's Fellow Travelers page links to the best travel columnists and travel bloggers working the Web. It's all here, all on one page. Click here to view Fellow Travelers.
FIVE DECADES OF BUSINESS TRAVEL WISDOM
JoeSentMe believes that business travelers who don't learn from history are doomed to relive the bad flights, rotten car rentals and awful hotel rooms. So we've been building archives about business travel dating back to 1962. We've already posted more than 2,500 pages of information and columns and we add more each day. Click here to our Complete Archives.