Chris Christensen of The Amateur Traveler delivers some practical advice for those wanting to travel outside the United States with our tech. From data and voice options to credit card security, travel apps to power adapters, Chris pulls from his vast experience to help you stay safe, productive and connected.
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Chris Christensen is the host of The Amateur Traveler, a popular online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations.It covers everything from knowing what to put on your Chicago dog when you go to the Windy City to swimming with whales in Tonga. It includes a weekly audio podcast, a video podcast and a blog. By day Chris works at Trip Advisor, and BloggerBridge. He was formerly the EVP Engineering at LiveWorld which runs online communities like those for eBay, HBO, and American Express, and a Software Manager at Apple, Momenta (pen computing) and HP.
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