Inspiring intense travel-envy can be hard with Facebook alone, as there, those pics of you on the beach at St. Barts have to compete with albums containing even hotter boobs. More effectively invoke trip-jealousy, with Everlater.
A just-launched, super intuitive itravel-log which neatly organizes all your comments/updates/photos in one spot, Everlater's the work of two Boulder natives who "finished" investment banker jobs only to find frustration when trying to share their post-banking international travels with friends -- man, having the disposable income to tour the world after being canned is tough! The tight, bloggy interface is based around a clickable map of your journey, allowing you to break the trip down into manageable chapters/stops, each of which can be fleshed out with quick notes, uploaded photos, hotel/lodging reviews, long-form journal entries, and even your own travel tips, which really ought to include "spend less time in hotel writing own travel tips". For non-virtual boasting, they'll actually convert your whole log into a real, 11'' x 13'' hardbound book which can be customized with text/picture placement and page color, and is printed on glossy, premium quality paper, perfect for decoratively offsetting all the good done by your rainforest eco-journey.
And because yurts normally don't have outlets, Everlater's also dropped an iPhone app allowing you to do it all without a laptop -- though not without a top...no one wants to see that.