Ian MacKenzie rounds up the top travel-ish links from around the web.

Find out about my worst sunburn, hostel, and boat ride! In case you missed it, I share my “World Worsts” in the Titanic Awards.

“Of all the species on earth, we alone attempt to explain who we are and how we came to be, through the prisms of both science and religion. How has the tension between the two played out?” Narrated by Liam Neeson, check out this intriguing documentary What About God?

“The recession can be chronicled through Aaron Heideman’s van.” He’s a 29 year old Oregon native who spent the past 6 weeks driving the country asking people to write on his van how the recession has affected them. Check out the A Vehicle For Expression.

When you can’t flood the streets, how do you register your dissent? In Quiet Riot, Newsweek chronicles the efforts of oppressed citizens in how they show their discontent.

Let’s face it… air travel isn’t as fun as it was in the apparent “glory days” of the past. A big part of the problem is airlines losing money. Here’s 11 Ways Airlines Could Save Money (Without Asking Staff to Work for Free)

Speaking of saving money, for those travelers in a pinch, check out 12 Ways to Travel the World for Free!

Enjoy your weekend!