So they are returning to travel agents, relying on their expertise to do the research, the comparing, the vetting, the suggesting of the right place, the right time, the right price, and all those other details the DIY planner may have either sweated for days or forgotten altogether. "People don't go to advisers for information anymore," said Matthew D. Upchurch, chairman and chief executive of Virtuoso, a luxury travel network. "They go for clarity and curation; they need someone to distill the abundance of information available to them. "What stresses people today," he said, "isn't the lack of information. ... It's not knowing if they are asking the right questions." Get the full story at USA Today Read also "The travel adviser as digital guru" at Travel Weekly