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Around America in 2.0

Around America in 2.0

Fridays are good for a lot of things, especially for catching up on web videos that you may have missed during the week. Around America in 2.0 is a series of one man’s adventures across the US. Going from city to city Matt Danzico is filming people who pick him up and drive him across the US. He started in September and is hoping to complete the trek in 80 days. At the moment the website says that he’s in El Paso, TX. It also mentions that he’s stuck there and is looking to get to San Antonio by Saturday, so if you’re in that area you might want to get in touch with him.

Around America in 2.0

From a travel standpoint, it must be quite the balancing act trying to figure out a schedule to get from one place to the next. I’ve enjoyed the videos that I’ve watched, but was confused about the map. I’m confused b/c he doesn’t have a map on the site and the days that he’s wanting to be in each city. On the video there’s a quick clip that I’ve shown, but it’s really general. If I were Matt, I’d create a new static map, show the route and have the dates of arrival. It might make things easier for him to get from point A to B.

Thanks for the fyi on the site Liz

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