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2012-02-14 20:15:00

A Tool With Deeper Roots in Content and Community San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 14, 2012 Derek Butcher, Chief Technology Officer at AFAR Media, announced today that the AFAR mobile app is now available in the iTunes App Store. A departure from traditional travel/photo-sharing tools, AFAR has tapped into the power of community and the network by creating an app that — in conjunction with the media company´s other platforms — intuitively enables experiential travelers....

2010-09-17 11:00:00

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Continuing its mission to promote experiential travel, AFAR Media today announced AFAR Connect, a new website dedicated to connecting like-minded travelers and locals. AFAR Connect's proprietary Travel Personality technology creates a customized profile for each user, which ranges from the Florida-bound "Vacationer" to a "Discoverer" volunteering in Haiti. Users can ask questions about their upcoming travel plans and the site will connect the user...

2010-09-15 07:00:00

NEW YORK, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Shortly after celebrating its first anniversary in print, AFAR Media, the multi-platform brand focused on experiential travel, today announced Ellen Asmodeo-Giglio has joined AFAR as Executive Vice President and Publisher. Having held leadership positions at Travel + Leisure and The Wall Street Journal, Asmodeo-Giglio brings more than twenty years of publishing, marketing, and sales experience and a passion for the AFAR mission of enriching lives through...

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2007-12-21 13:23:50

The Somali Wild Ass (Equus asinus somalicus), is a subspecies of the African Wild Ass. It is found in the Southern Red Sea region of Eritrea, the Afar Region of Ethiopia, and Somalia. The legs of the Somali Wild Ass are horizontally striped with black, resembling those of a zebra. Photo Credit: Robert Lawton

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