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Category Archives: Travel
I thought the modern age of non-intrusive advertising was supposed to give me only the relevant ads I wanted to see, lovingly presented to me by some perfect algorithm hand-crafted in a loft in SoHO? Ta-da–you’ve just seen what happens when you get stuffed into an “audience.” Continue reading
If you want to experience outstanding customer service in action, I suggest you visit Wildwood Guitars in Louisville, CO. I took a detour yesterday to visit the famous guitar emporium on a trip to Aspen and was greeted by Senior … Continue reading
If you fly regular routes, you’ll notice the same tail numbers around you. The same planes tend to fly the same routes, with changes mostly due to weather or maintenance. What does it usually mean when a particular tail number … Continue reading
I spent part of Sunday on a nature hike in Catalina State Park, outside Tucson. Like many visitors, I was in awe of the giant saguaro cacti that formed, in certain locations, a veritable cacti forest. Our guide was extremely … Continue reading
My favorite place in the world is my hometown of Utica, New York. Some people wonder why, as it’s seen as an old manufacturing town that’s past its prime. It’s dying. It’s decaying. It’s got problems, don’t get me wrong, … Continue reading
Riding the new Aerotrain at Dulles airport right now and noticed an incredibly dumb communication oversight. Rather than have the announcements for the gates recorded in a nice human voice, the train builders elected to use a robot voice. It … Continue reading
The fear industry, in the form of the TSA and the Department of Homeland Security is going to get into the social media game. They’ve devised a plan to alert the public about security threats using Twitter and Facebook, among … Continue reading