Enjoy a spoof about TSA. Be aware of your rights as a traveler — it easier to consider than do. And, here are six travel fees that hit travelers when flying, renting cars or staying in hotels.
Sunday Musings: Live like an Italian, Dali disturbing Christmas, we all want airline fee transparency
Learning to live like Italians will add another dimension to life, Salvador Dali didn't mix with Christmas in 1960, and airlines are still grinches when it comes to airline fee transparency.
Sunday musings: Limits on personalized license plates, Mobile wallet drivers license, LA taxis vs. Uber
Limitations on vanity license plates, Uber and the LA Taxi Commissioner stake out their ground, and drivers licenses take a step toward becoming paperless.
There is not much musing this Sunday. Fuel prices are dropping and airfares are going higher and that means bigger airline profits. No competition does that.
Hotel fees keep rising and new ones are coming. Which cars are the most loved? Which, the most hated? Taking the bus is proving to be a good productive alternative to air travel for short trips.
This weekend we ponder the essence of art, the new European Union views on privacy and learn about the existence of germs on aircraft. Oh my!
We take time to muse about big data. It has significant promises in the fields of promising merchandising and, perhaps, in customer service. But, big data has a problem with big physical objects, like a 250-ton airplane.
Again, this week we have plenty to think about. First, a retrospective of sexist ads shows how far American society has come from the 60s. Next, we learn what Europeans say about us behind out backs. Hopefully, we can learn something from them and dismiss what is simply cultural. Finally, a list of the most elegant government buildings in the country allows us pause to consider architectural beauty.