|On the Go
With Paul Grimes
by Paul Grimes
|About Paul Grimes|
Paul Grimes is a longtime writer/editor who focuses largely on travel information and marketing on the Internet. He writes "The Online Traveler," a syndicated newspaper column devoted to helping consumers use the Internet for travel planning. It appears in The Chicago Tribune, Philadelphia Inquirer, St. Paul Pioneer Press, Newark Star-Ledger, and Toronto Globe and Mail.
Grimes has been an editor and writer for many years. He created the "Practical Traveler" column for The New York Times and wrote it for 11 years. His writing about travel and the World Wide Web has appeared in Conde Nast Traveler magazine, Diversion (a Hearst magazine covering the leisure time activities of physicians), and Home PC Magazine. He was the founding news editor of Conde Nast Traveler and was associated with the magazine for 13 years. He also was a contributing editor of Frequent Flyer, for which he wrotes a monthly column until the magazine suspended publication in May of 2000.
Grimes was on the staff of The New York Times nearly 30 years, serving as assistant foreign and business editor and chief foreign correspondent in South Asia, with headquarters in New Delhi, India. He also lived in Thailand for two years as assistant editor of the English-language Bangkok Post. He was born in New York City and is a graduate of Cornell University.
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