The CrosbyReport blog
The CrosbyReport blog is a sly SEO trick intended to “cast a wider net,” attracting more web traffic and increasing the number of subscribers to my email newsletter. My blog also provides an opportunity to write about topics that don’t really fit comfortably under the umbrella of a travel-oriented website—everything from technology to finance. Yeah, theme-wise, the CrosbyReport blog is kinda all over the board. Enjoy!
Your guide to getting started with Mastodon.
This is the solution to the world’s Twitter and Facebook problem.
It’s the lowest price you’ll find on my free email newsletter, anywhere.
I shafted my staff and passed the savings on to you!
My ongoing, obsessive search for the world’s best alarm clock radio of 2022.
It’s now five years later, and a lot has changed in technology and the world.
The only traveling I’ve done since COVID is back in time: Clearing the queue.
It only took a global pandemic for me to catch up on my backlog of writing.
The oil industry has known about climate change since gas was 25¢ a gallon.
People act like climate change is recent news, but Cary Grant knew about it back in 1958.
The long-awaited answer to: “So how’s your stupid travel book coming along?”
Rest assured, that when this book is finally finished, it will not have been worth the wait. I guarantee it.
Media empire relocates its global operations to Florida.
After 23 years in the San Francisco Bay Area, we’re moving back to the Sunshine State.
Why I don’t give a crap that publishers consider ad-blockers “stealing.”
People who want to get content for free should have to see ads. But they shouldn’t have to be tracked.
Stop online companies from collecting, selling, (and leaking) your personal data.
Recently, someone said to me, “Hey, you look like a paranoid, nerdy loser. How can I stay safe on the Internet?” to which I replied, “It’s easy, Mom.”
My borderline obsessive search for the world’s best alarm clock radio.
Waking up reliably is critical to keeping the job that pays for your travel.
Hero produces map that lists every airport’s wifi network and password.
I’m sure he didn’t set out to save the world, but he did.
Afraid of flying? I’ve got 3 words: “Detachable passenger cabin.”
A man recently invented a way to ostensibly make commercial flight safer for nervous passengers that only scares the crap out of them more.