The Trouble With Travel: Hotel WiFi

As I have mentioned previously, I travel a lot for work as a sales engineer.  I am all over the US visiting customers and most of my stays are at least one night, if not for close to a week.  That means I spend a lot of time in hotel rooms and working on both […]

The Trouble With Travel: Taxi from Hell

  Earlier this year, I flew in the San Antonio airport in Texas around supper time and I was exhausted.  The airport in Dallas was hot and chaotic and I was really tired from the day of usual travel issues with delayed flights and a long ride into the airport.  I had not eaten, so […]

Adoption Technology

Wow!  These past couple of months have flown by due to an amazing update in my family’s personal life.  We have decided to adopt a child from China and the process is moving much faster than normal due to medical complications with our girl.  I will not go into the details here because it is […]

State of the art car computer | ArsTechnica

Please take time to read the article below.  It is interesting how we think of computers touching every part of our lives, but we often forget that there is a computer in our car that is constantly tuning our engine.  Now, cars even offer entertainment and navigation systems that would rival the desktop computers of […]

American Airlines Begins Selling Adult Lap Tickets

Well, maybe American Airlines is not considering tickets to ride in other adults laps, but they might as well be.  If you have flown recently, you are aware that the economy class does not have 2 inches of spare room to remove.  I see many, not just a few, inconvenienced tall people on every flight […]

The Trouble With Travel: First Class Foolery

The airlines have been in the news lately after United dragged a paying customer off of a plane earlier this month.  After many conversations and have pondered the situation myself, I believe that both United and the passenger were at fault.  However, I think that the issue was caused by horrible business practices at United. […]