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Kilauea volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island: Videos, photos and a story

Kilauea volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island is on a path to destroy the town of Pahoa, home to 950 people. I visited the volcano in 2011 with Photo Safari Hawaii, on assignment for Air Canada’s enRoute. My article explores what it’s like to take a photo lesson on an active volcano. The videos show a little slice of life there—especially the last one, which is of a local resident explaining life on the volcano. At the end of the post is a gallery of photos from my lesson.

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MapQuest Commute launches on Apple iOS, Android, and Amazon. Now you go download.

MapQuest commute app

Just released! MapQuest’s latest app—Commute—“personalized alerts deliver real-time traffic and road conditions along your route 15 minutes before you are scheduled to leave home or work. I’ve been using beta versions for a while and am really impressed.

To coincide with the launched, MapQuest’s editorial side published “Your Commute, Made Fun (Seriously).”

Now you go download Commute:

Photo: Courtesy MapQuest Commute

Have any questions about taking a Disney Cruise? Ask me.

Last week my family and I went on the Disney Dream for a three-day cruise of the Bahamas. While I was there to research Disney Cruise Line’s Halloween and holiday activities for MapQuest videos, a bunch of friends asked me via social media more generic questions about going on a Disney Cruise. So I’m going to answer them in a Q&A article for MapQuest too.

Have any Disney Cruise questions for me? Add them to the comments or email them to me at zach@zacheverson.com. Thanks!

I told you Stonehenge would hit the big time in 2014! Again!

Last night on Gizmodo: “Underground Mapping Near Stonehenge Reveals a New “Super Henge”

This January from me on Twitter:

This, on the heels of Stonehenge getting big press from Barack Obama’s visit last week.

Again, I don’t want to brag, but I have no other choice.