There should be an image here!Where do you want to go? That question can have many different answers depending on who you ask, but either way, a lot of us enjoy traveling and have a list of places that we hope to visit in the near future. When it comes time to look for plane tickets, there are a number of different services that you can use, but most of them require you to be very specific about when you want to go somewhere so that relevant options can be displayed. Of course, if you want your plans to be a little more open-ended, then this approach isn’t ideal. A site called Adioso gives you the ability to search for flights in the same way that you would search for anything else on the Internet.

What I mean by this is that instead of having to provide a bunch of separate details, you just have a text box that you use to write a little bit about what you’re looking for and then see what’s available. It’s a very natural search process, and once you give it a try and check out some of the examples, you’ll see what I mean. By using a combination of destination, time frame, and price, you’ll get a nice set of options that can help your random travel impulse become a reality.

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  • D Lowrey

    I proposed this idea…if the producers and voice actors have to take a cut…so do every Faux executive from old man Murdoch to every executive in that company. What will they do if Seth McFarland decides to tell them to screw themselves and take all three of his shows to Cartoon Network or Comedy Central like Futurama? 

    Sunday night has traditionally been the number one night for viewing…but without the anchor animation shows on Sunday evening…Faux serves no use except to waste bandwidth for all their stations. Other than the Sunday night block…I only watch Terra Nova. With the way Faux traditionally handles their programming…that will be gone soon as well. Do they believe in seven nights of “Hell’s Kitchen” and “American Stupid”? Simon’s gone and the ratings are not where they once were.

  • Someone Who Can Read

    “Currently, voice actors for The Simpsons make around US$8 million per season.” Your rant demonstrates the kind of thoughtful understanding of economics that informs the entire OWS stinkfest.

  • Matheus

    So, since the show started, each actor received about US$184 millions (23 seasons * 8 millions)?

  • Carol Alfonso

    Calm down Simpsons fans!  FOX TV has already made up with the voice cast, they will get like $300,000 per episode, which is a $150,000 cut from the current season.  They have agreed to 2 seasons at reduced salary levels.  The show will continue, until at least 2014, then will see where it goes from there.