|"Not all those who wander are lost."|
What is Wander? I have no idea but the beautifully designed startup website draws users to register to find out more. So I did, yet there's still a large big chunk of the puzzle missing. If you haven't registered yet, you'll see this on the site's front page.
|What is Wander?|
After the registration, you can log in and take a sneak peek. Again, there's nothing much piece of the puzzle to give you an idea what Wander is all about. You are then taken to a series of sections:
The Places You'll Go...
The places you've been and the places you've dream of — all the places you're connected to and the story that tells. That's Wanderlog. Share the places that inspire you.
Okay, so maybe it is more like Pinterest for locations?
Everyone Has a Wanderlog.
The places you love. Your adventures abroad. The best architecture in the world. A guide to your town.
A Twitter for locations then?
Every Place is Connected.
Every post about a place is connected to every other post about that place.
So maybe a Timeline-like-Facebook for the places you have been?
|"Discovery consists not in seeking new lands, but in seeing with new eyes."|
Whatever Wander is travel bloggers and wander junkies are in for a treat. The site and its blog is beautiful! Truly amazing! Their typographic posters were the ones who led me to their site on the first place. Here are some of my favorites.
|Adventure Is Out There!|
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