It's like Google Maps for bitcoin stores, events and points of interest.
The service was started in July 2011. It is an easy to use world wide map that includes all the businesses that currently deal with Bitcoin. It is a very comprehensive bitcoin directory. It includes a review engine and rating system for people and businesses involved in Bitcoin. The Travel team frequently provides the bitcoin community with information about new businesses accepting bitcoin via their Facebook, Twitter and r/bitcoin. Bitcoin.Travel directory is also mentioned on WeUseCoins website in the getting started section, so it is visited almost by every bitcoin newbie.
BitcoinLabels.com allows you to print United States Postal Service™ (USPS) shipping labels directly with Bitcoin, without converting to US Dollars. The procedure: 1.Create Label. 2. Put in shipping information and speed. 3. Generate a code. 4. Pay with Bitcoin. 5. Print label at home. 6. Stick label to your package and drop it off at post office.
Kipochi is a bitcoin wallet service that is both global and easy to use. The users simply specify the phone number they want to send bitcoins to and the amount. They never have to remember the bitcoin address of the receiver.
The following is a link to the interview with its founder.
The video explains how bitcoin as an alternative government-control-free currency can flourish.
Mining is also simply explained including block generation and mining difficulty. Inflation control is also explained. The video is a bit out-dated when it comes to some of the facts mentioned like the reward for each block solving and also bitcoin value.
The dark side of using bitcoin is explained and silk road is given as an example. MintChip, a bitcoin clone issued by the Canadian government is also explained.