Category Archive for: Travel

Airbnb says Travel is Coming Back

In its first earnings report as a publicly-traded company, Airbnb beat its revenue estimates and delivered a hopeful forecast for the coronavirus-battered travel industry, expressing optimism that people’s appetite for new destinations will grow this year as vaccines begin to finally make a dent in the pandemic. “Travel is coming back and we are laser-focused on preparing…

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Virgin Hyperloop

Video – this would make your morning commute a little faster! – if we were doing morning commutes 🙁 Richard Branson‘s Virgin Hyperloop just carried test passengers for the first time. Very cool. #imagine #innovation Virgin

Art of the Streets

Love This! – video – capturing the lost and incredible global artwork of the streets. My ink and cleaning kit are at the ready 😉 #creativity #imagine #printingpress

United – Broken Noses do NOT equal Great Customer Service

Hey, United – Broken Noses do NOT equal Great Customer Service. Common sense and customer service were anything but apparent in the United Airlines scandal of recent weeks. Layers upon layers of the “wrong things to do” surfaced in response to the incident after United Airlines forcibly removed a passenger from an overbooked flight and…

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True Moonshot – SpaceX is taking people around the Moon

True Moonshot – SpaceX is taking people around the Moon. In the realm of science fiction this may not sound like a biggie, but in the world of the commercial space industry, this is huge. Elon Musk and SpaceX recently announced that they will shuttle two “private citizens” around the Moon in 2018. It will send…

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NY to London for a little business and high tea?

NY to London for a little business and high tea? I had no concept that commercial airlines fly no faster today than they did in the 1950s. Given the huge advancements and technological leaps in every other arena, plus the quantum jumps in aerospace (isn’t Elon Musk planning a Mars shot?!), why are we not…

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