Romance is a yearlong proposal. Every successful couple I know seeks out a bit of romance on every trip
Ponder these issues: Reading emotions, new transport proposals and the data that automobiles are collecting about their owners and who owns that data.
Here is an oldie but goodie about airline service from Saturday Night Live. National Park Service focuses on love in the wilderness. And, Atlanta moves forward with a 22-mile pedestrian-friendly corridor to link 45 neighborhoods.
The airlines would have Congress and regulators believe that the tarmac-delay rule has forced them to cancel thousands of flights this winter. The truth is, they cancel flights for their own good. And, for their passengers' good.
In our Western-centered world, New Year's Day has come and gone. But, for millions of others, the "Year of the Goat" is celebrated on February 19th.
Expedia and LAN commissioned a study that asked 1,000 Americans aged 18 or older about romance and sex while traveling. Here are the results.
Musing about: Bike sharing programs as public transportation. Low gas prices vs. the environmnet. Fake muscle car engine sounds.
Delta Air Lines is engaged in an unprecedented attack on airline consumers. Delta will not disclose extra fees, are restricting publication of airfares and defying DOT rules.
Americans love gas guzzlers — the proof. How car companies invented jaywalking. And, new translation software may kill language phrase books.