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NY transit agency plans to turn smartphones into subway passes
Wed Jan 8, 2014
MBTA's Charlie Cards already do this. You can just wave your wallet over the reader and walk through. It won't take much work to make it work with smart phones.
Not free, after all: Public school fees add up
Mon Aug 5, 2013
Why should taxpayers have to cover AP classes? If the kid does well on the test, they get three college credits. I'm sure that whatever they are being charged for the AP class is less than three credit hours at a nearby college, and they don't have to commute. As for sports. Why again is the taxpaye …
Apple to investigate iPhone-related death
Mon Jul 15, 2013
I'm having trouble believing this. You would have to have a defective charger, and no short/overload protection on the house circuit, and be grounded. Even then, it would be pushing 220v to a device designed to handle 5, which would melt the flimsy little wire, and burn out the device. It sounds lik …
TSA agent accused of harassing 15-year-old girl over shirt
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Gee, my daughter just walked through the room wearing something similar. She has a 4.0 GPA, rows crew, has worked as a missionary in Central America and will be attending an Ivy League school. But, I guess she is morrally bankrupt and will never amount to anything in life. The simple fact is that yo …
Scientists identify the mystery killer behind Ireland's potato famine
Thu May 23, 2013
We have to remember, the Republic of Ireland didn't exist until 1922. During the famine, Ireland was part of the United Kingdom. The UK government refused offers of food, and exported food from Ireland during the famine, letting their "subjects" starve. While it dampened independence movement in the …
Harvard explains searching deans' email accounts
Mon Mar 11, 2013
There is no expectation of privacy when using your employer's email system, unless your employers is the government.
One perk gone: Yahoo says no to telecommuting
Mon Feb 25, 2013
This is like Ford mandating that every employee will own a horse, or Boeing making employees take the train for business travel. It's a pretty sad statement about the use of technology, or perhaps about the quality of Yahoo's managers. She's not stupid. I'm sure they know just how many employees wil …
Rossen Reports: 'Apple picking' thieves snatch iPhones
Wed Feb 20, 2013
There is a database of IMEI numbers from stolen phones. All of the major carriers are supposed to refuse to activate a stolen phone. This helps reduce the problem, but it's not draining the swamp like police had hoped. Today, the thief is either going to use the information on the phone to try to st …
OMG! Elite United passengers board with the masses
Fri Jan 11, 2013
This is not about the pampered 1% complaining that they have to board with the people in steerage. This about people who fly between 50,000 and 74,999 miles a year having fight for overhead bin space with people who paid a hefty annual fee for a credit card. This is about the airlines selling status …
Delta-Virgin Atlantic deal: More travel options, but no miles integration
Tue Dec 11, 2012
This really about giving Delta passengers easier access to Virgin seats. There is really no capacity for added flights at either of these airports. I would rather have a root canal than fly out of JFK, and a recent article on AOL travel ranked Heathrow as the worst airport in Europe for connections. …
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