A Wave of “Airbnb for Luggage” Services

There are plenty of scenarios in which, before a plane or after a hotel check out or vice versa, there’s time to explore but no place for luggage. Hotels do help but many other types of accommodation might not. A slew of new services aim to find a location for luggage while travelers make use of that time, in essence “Airbnb for bags.” Apps and …

Chris Sheldrick’s System for Giving Every Location an Exact Address

Billions of people live without an address—something that can hinder everything from emergency assistance to pizza delivery. From his time in the music industry overseeing the delivery of music equipment for performers, Chris Sheldrick was able to develop a system that offers every single location on earth a precise, three-word address. It’s done by dividing “the entire planet into [roughly 57 trillion] three-meter squares” and …

Tips for Traveling During the Busy Holiday Season

As airports begin to crowd with holiday travelers, there’s bound to be an overbooked, delayed or canceled flight or three. When airline staff begin calling for volunteers to stay behind, don’t panic. As a paying customer, you have an array of legal rights that airlines must abide by. So before accepting a measly flight credit, head to The Hustle to find out how to get …

Arc’teryx Climbing Academy

An open enrollment adventure school teaching everything from crack-climbing to adventure photography

by Kate Erwin British Columbia-based climbing company Arc’teryx started back in 1989 when Dave Lane and Jeremy Guard began making harnesses in their basement. They wanted to make the very best climbing gear and the brand has grown to be one of the best respected outdoor sporting and clothing brands in the world. Therefore, it’s no surprise that they would continue that excellence into the …