The Nomadic Spirit
Created in June, 1995, to document my year of travelling through
Australia and SE Asia, The Nomadic Spirit has grown and evolved
over the years. As of January, 2004 there are over 2,000 pages including
more than 200 travelogue entries, an image gallery exhibiting over
1,300 photographs, two active blogs, and a burgeoning set of arts
& humanites resources including forums, calendars and directories,
all intertwined, interdependent, interactive. You can help me continue
to maintain, build and enhance this website.
Donations: starting from $1
Any donation helps keep the The Nomadic Spirit online. As of January, 2009,
the various TheNomadicSpirit.com sites are comprised of over 300MB of text
and image files. Every month more than 40,000 unique visitors download
apporoximately 14GB from The Nomadic Spirit pages. (I find this both stunning
and humbling.) Not surprising that no one will host these pages for
free. It's not a large burden, but anyone who graciously shares it
earns my most sincere gratitude.
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Something Useful for You;
Fulfilling for Me.
Books. Books and Video. I began with the The Nomadic Spirit's Critical
Resources pages, adding bibliographies and reading lists linked
to Amazon.com. As an Amazon affiliate this site earns a percentage of
every book, video or other item my visitors purchase. The quarterly
revenue doesn't cover the site's entire operating costs, but it helps.
And I feel like I'm doing something worthwhile when people read and
view the books and media I recommend.
The Nomadic Spirit is expanding its affiliate resources to the Traveller's
Aid pages, and throughout the rest of The Nomadic Spirit site. Hopefully,
you'll find them equally useful.
This is the internet, a grand, ongoing interactive experiment. Please
participate, spread the energy around. Feedback informs, inspires, even
the most critical of it (please, do keep it polite.) Interaction is
the most invigorating form of support you can offer.
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