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Tag Archives: transportation
As my friend Ctein said at Thanksgiving dinner, public transit is the ultimate wireless app.
Our highways are overcrowded. One writer wonders if we’ve taken auto safety too far.
[ via Slashdot ] Dallas Semiconductor took an electric bike and outfitted it with a network to provide telemetetry, security, and a web server.
Many, if not all, of the mailing lists I’m on have the ‘reply-to-all’ as a default policy. This may be a bad idea. After seeing a couple of passionate love letters sent to an entire Wisconsin Public Radio list by mistake, I agree.
A list of airport codes is always handy, and easy to type into a Web-enabled phone.
Want a California vanity plate? You can see if your phrase is available. Sorry, I saw “XML” on a Volvo in Los Altos last spring.
Lucy Huntzinger’s a travel agent, so has great customer-from-hell stories. (In the sense of someday you’ll look back on this and laugh.) “She had the greatest hairdo I ever hope to see this side of the deep south. It looked like she’d wrapped a loaf of bread in an old shower curtain, sewed big, gauzy, [...]
[A] redneck with a shotgun is far less deadly than a soccer mom in a Cherokee. Link