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21 March 2014 Lawrence On Board, a new hitchhiking promotion program in Kansas needs your vote on facebook! They have been selected as semifinalists in the TEDxFulbright Social Innovations Challenge! The winner gets the full support of the TED and Fulbright communities. Cast your vote on facebook here! 13th January 2014 There is a new book about hitch-hiking: American Eyeball. 6th January 2014 The Dutch site mentioned below has added tiny portraits of seven older-than-average hitchhikers.

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