At Fedsâ€™ request, GoGo in-flight Wi-Fi service added more spying capabilities | Ars Technica. You kind of expect this from a company that depends on the Airlines to survive. If wifi was a public right then we might see carriers who respect individual privacy.
I had a friend buy me a ticket to JetBlue recently to come visit him. I had never flown JetBlue before but you know, one airline is like another right? Boy was I wrong.
I had a problem with my flight with JetBlue and I contacted customer service. In that same day they responded with a human email letting me know my legal options if I disagreed with their decision. They also credited me $50 which I didn’t ask for, I just wanted them to be aware of the problem I face if it happened to others. I have never had an airline respond to me personally like that, and never in the same day on a National Holiday. I am so impressed that they have a lifetime customer.
Why Consumer Reports Says You Can’t Trust Angie’s List – Forbes. This is interesting. I have noticed the same thing that many online sites have completely different opinions of the same service or device.
I don’t tend to trust any online review place since most of them are biased. I have to say that I enjoy Consumer Reports and tend to believe their reviews.
1930 NYC Car Parking – StumbleUpon. Isn’t this wonderful technology? I wonder how much was charged for this service?