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At 7:46am on April 25, 2010, Janet Linda Mayo said…
Hi Ed- Sorry not to have replied sooner - my website is janetmayo.com or janetmayo.co.uk - that should be accessible. I'm not sure I can open e-mails from it at the moment so best to contact me on JANET@esp4u.freeserve.co.uk if you have any comments. Cheers, Janet
At 7:28am on April 8, 2010, jackie orr said…
Hi Ed: Barbara is my sister-in-law, and my brother is Ed. Thanks for the hello., Jackie
At 11:58am on April 6, 2010, Sheri Masters said…
Thanks, Ed, and yes I do remember you! I'm looking forward to seeing what the site has to offer, so I appreciate your suggestions!
At 4:47pm on April 2, 2010, Carla Marie Rupp said…
Ed, I personally am a fiddler and am going to attend several fiddle camps this summer (New York City and also Upstate New York at Ashokan.org, a Western Swing Week and a Southern Music Week). I love music in New Orleans, and I go to jazz clubs and classical music concerts. I have several degrees in music, and also play the piano and the saxophone and flute in a community band in my neighborhood of Tribeca, the Tribattery Pops. I used to be a public school music teacher in New York. You asked about my music interests, which are eclectic. How about you?
At 8:42am on April 2, 2010, Jan Schroder said…
Thanks so much Ed!
At 8:24pm on March 16, 2010, Justine Palinska said…
Thanks Ed! I just joined the group today. :)

See you soon in New York!
At 9:45am on March 10, 2010, Maralyn D Hill said…
Hi Ed,
Maralyn again. IFWTWA is always willing to accept pro bono public relations. We are a non profit organization that is growing and moving forward.
Best,
Maralyn
At 9:41am on March 10, 2010, Maralyn D Hill said…
Hi Ed,
Welcome to the IFWTWA group on Linkedin. We look forward to your comments.

When you have the chance, you may want to check out www.ifwtwa.org and look at our benefits brochure in the lower left corner. This would help you determine if you feel it may be a good fit for you personally.

If you ever have any questions, please feel free to ask me.

Best Regards,
Maralyn D. Hill
President, International Food, Wine & Travel Writers Association (IFWTWA)
At 8:52am on March 10, 2010, Evi Karmou said…
Hello Ed, thank you for the warm welcome! No, no child here, and I am not THAT young :). The picture appeared automatically once I joined via my google account! I am looking forward to being a member of Tripatini and interacting with all you interesting people.
At 10:37pm on March 9, 2010, Robert Holmes said…
Hi Ed: Just returned from Thailand a couple of weeks ago on my way back from Burma. One of my kids is in college there until May so I couldn't really justify returning so soon. I'll be in Germany however. Hope I'll see you there.
Best, Bob
At 5:50am on March 9, 2010, Christos Geropoulos said…
Hi Ed, thank you for your kind words.I think I was over ambitious with my areas of expertise, judging from the detailed approach to destinations that I see develping in Tripatini. I''ll propably refine my profile in the next days.
All the best to you, CG
At 12:33pm on March 8, 2010, Michael Smith said…
Hi, Ed.
We work intimately with the owners, and in most case manage the apartments completely. Therefore we're able to inspect the apartments regularly and act as an intermediary should there be any problems.

Thanks for the question!
Best regards,
-Michael
At 9:50am on March 2, 2010, The Inn At Fox Hollow Hotel said…
Hello Ed, It was great meeting you at the Travel Show on Friday. We love the tripatini website and hope others find our information helpful. Have a great day!
At 10:55pm on March 1, 2010, Cessy Meacham said…
Hello Ed, I was searching on St Lucia,for a honeymoon couple, I was wondering if you could help answering if you know the Hotel The Jalousie Plantation , it is a property on Orbitz, and also how easy is to drive or rent a bike in the island? these honeymooners are in a Budget, like rustic, simple,outdoors, any suggestions?
At 6:48pm on March 1, 2010, Brooks Baldwin Esq., CRM said…
Nice to hear from you, Ed. Yes, I'm a jack of a bunch of trades (attorney-in-past-life, spa journalist, risk management consultant, licensed insurance broker) all leading towards and culminating into my career as President of SpaSafe Solutions - safety & risk management solutions for the spa industry. Thanks for your compliment on my website and for the well-wishes. If you'd like to see more from the spa journalism front, please visit and if you like what you see, please become a fan!
At 5:39pm on March 1, 2010, Donna M. Airoldi said…
Thanks Ed! I'm looking forward to being an active member of the Tripatini community. Will definitely check out the Tourism Branding forum, as you suggest. Who knew my marketing background could still be useful after I became a travel journalist? :) Cheers, Donna
At 2:51pm on February 24, 2010, Eric Lucas said…
Hey, Ed, I am grateful for your response, and I comprehend your situation. Even though you aren't able to change or edit Mirsky's copy, if it were me I'd certainly send him an email asking that he fix it. In fact, I may do so myself--I make a living at this and I am growing, er, impatient with the amateurs who, for example, sign up for press trips to get drunk.

In all my years editing print publications, we always fixed mistakes in ads, even though the advertiser was responsible for the content, because screwups reflect on the publication no matter who originates them. No doubt your past experience embraces a similar approach.

Keep the faith, baby!

-Eric
At 9:45pm on February 23, 2010, Bruce N. Meyer said…
Thanks Ed, I look forward to exploring more of the site and joining in on the discussions and becoming a member of several groups.
At 5:58pm on February 23, 2010, Ed Wetschler said…
I didn't know about the Maronite community, Gina, but now that you say it, things click into focus. A few centuries ago, one of Lebanon's Christian kings fled to Cyprus in a time of upheaval. It might have been the Maronites who sheltered him.
At 5:38pm on February 23, 2010, Gina Coleman said…
Hi Ed, thanks for the welcome. Mmmm, Cyprus has lots of surprises! Gastronomic, cultural, historical..... unique flora and fauna.... the long-cured but remaining inhabitants of a leper colony; a Maronite community with a language that, till now, has had no written form..... I find it all fascinating. Yet so many think of Cyprus just in terms of package holidays!
Best regards, Gina

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