Month: April 2022

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    People’s Convoy v Eggs, the Bible-banning activist, and Snapchat’s flying selfie-cam.

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Shots for lunch in kindergarten, the volatility of nothing, and why smugglers should always have a full tank of gas.

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Cheese theft, vaccine overdose, and the politician who tripped on Godwin’s Law.

  • NYC’s Dollar Bus Network

    NYC’s Dollar Bus Network

    Every vibrant city has its public transportation woes and homegrown hacks to resolve them. I experienced Mexico City’s Pesero buses when I was directed by a local to jump into passing VW Bus that took me where I wanted to go as long as I didn’t mind dropping off a few other people along the […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Workers at a Staten Island Amazon fulfillment warehouse voted to unionize, a first for the company. Staff at more than 50 other Amazon warehouses have contacted the organizers to learn how they did it. Amazon’s soon to be released internal employee chat application has apparently been configured to filter or flag messages that contain words […]

  • What to do in Oahu?

    What to do in Oahu?

    A friend is headed off to Oahu in the Hawaiian Islands for a week and asked for a couple must-do activities while he’s there. I’ve visited the island several times and here’s my list: Rent a car for your stay. You’ll want to have a car to get around unless you’re staying at a place […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Fishy math and the end of an unlimited meal ticket.

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