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2018 First Last year we made predictions by film and pretty much got it right! We also have linked to VRMIntels excellent 2018 roundup for last year! 2019 VR IS DEAD LONG LIVE STR (or Airbnb) Although the world still has thousands of cottage industries (literally), the avalanche of tech, money and changing consumer habits is killing the traditional approach to the VR (self-catering, holiday rent...Read More
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On 6th December WordPress released the much awaited version 5.0. This is a major upgrade that has been the subject of heated discussions in the open-source community. The most significant change in this release is the built-in editor – Gutenberg. The original editor was first released 14 years ago. Unchanged in the last 10 years, it is clearly overdue for replacement. Here is WordPress’...Read More
Tourism Vancouver is signing a deal with Airbnb to promote the city.
The company said nearly 600 Airbnb hosts rented out their properties to visitors from across Canada over Grey Cup weekend. It was the largest weekend…
Airbnb said this week it was removing listings after hearing criticism that "companies should not profit on lands where people have been displaced."
Palestinians hailed as a step towards peace, while it was criticized by Israeli Tourism Minister Yariv Levin.
That, too, was reversed. But the guest said he'll never use Airbnb again.
The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen (RDOS) is seeking a court injunction against an illegal luxury vacation rental in the South Okanagan.
The Oasis Hostel remains in business, three weeks after the city sought an injunction to force its closure.
Thousands of listings were pulled by Airbnb, while the city said more than 600 others were dropped at the city's behest.
Targets on day three of the Quebec election campaign included Airbnb.