There’s no reason why the of future of travel sites can’t include a service like I mean, they’re in the business of travel, right? Maybe I *don’t* want to stay at hotels but with people I know (or who know me). Ignoring the obvious naivete quotient on this concept, why can’t I, when I book a flight, also send out an email to my remote friends and create an instant blog post announcing my travel plans and need for housing?

Speaking of, Tara and I are looking for digs in North Carolina this weekend and Boston the week of August 4. 🙂

Author: Chris Messina

Head of West Coast Business Development at Republic. Ever-curious product designer and technologist. Hashtag inventor. Previously: (YC W18), Uber, Google.

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  1. nice segue 😉

    i’m about 45 minutes outside raleigh (in greensboro) and i’m not sure if i’m going to be able to make it this weekend, but… if you can’t find anything closer, you two have a place to crash if you’d like.

  2. You and Tara can crash with me… I live in North Carolina and my wife is in Vegas on business. It would give us some time to catch up on Marcus Nelson’s social networking concept. 😉

    I just met Marcus today, he called me out of the blue and introduced himself and mentioned that you and Tara were interested/aware of his idea.

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