There are so many different ways to document your travels online, it's hard to share them all with friends without getting a response of "Please don't send me another link", or "Wait, you've been out of the country for a month?". Effortlessly keep everyone up to date, with Everlater. Just launched, Everlater (an anagram of e-traveler) is an intuitively designed travelog that combines all your excursionary mementos in one spot; it was devised by a pair of recession-sacked investment bankers who hit the road to finally live out a few dreams, as apparently "see an investment banker get fired" wasn't as awesome as everyone else said. The action's all based around an interactive g-map, within which you punch stops as you get to them, adding pictures, videos, reviews, blog posts, and tips, all of which your friends can comment on with insight like "Dude, why haven't you made it past Amsterdam?" Each journal can be made public or private, and has its own URL to share via Twitter, Facebook, or auto-email updates; there's also direct integration with YouTube & Flickr, as well as a widget for embedding into another blog, making yours a blog-within-a-blog, and thus appealing to Russian dolls, the play in Hamlet, and the actors in Jackass. The site's recently dropped an iPhone app, and if you like touching things, they'll turn your whole journey into a glossy, 13 x 11" hardcover loaded with all your choicest pics/ wisdom -- which your friends would be psyched to come over and see, if they knew you were back, or where your flat was.