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Category Archives: Travel
Misreported data is useless
My post earlier this year on “Bad Data is Worse than No Data” did not address what is likely a larger problem when it comes to auctioning data sets. Under cover of ‘best intentions’, misreported data is misinformation. An example: … Continue reading
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A portable professional life after two weeks
Now that road trip #1 has been over for nearly a week and I’m for a month ‘living’ out west 3,250 miles from home base, it’s real. And disrupting. And I love it. I wake up and a at work … Continue reading
A portable professional life
I’m about to embark on an extended (6 weeks) “working while out-of-the office experience”. I don’t expect to work any less than I normally do which is to say – I’ll be working a lot. Meeting in person with clients … Continue reading
How U.S. Millennials are like Chinese tourists
U.S. Millennials clearly behave differently than their mostly Baby Boomer and Gen X parents. What I have observed from many millennials is a different value system when it comes to how they like to spend their time as opposed to … Continue reading
Have you actually ever stayed in an airbnb place?
Before a couple of weeks ago I would have had to say – no, I think airbnb is a cool idea but I’ve never stayed anywhere via their portal. That’s not true any longer, I’ve taken the plunge. It wasn’t … Continue reading
The future will include mobile phone usage on planes
With the FAA’s recent decision to approve the use of electronic devices beyond airport gates and tarmacs, the vitriol and outrage against people talking on their mobile devices on planes is deafening. Let me go on record as not being … Continue reading
In flight internet service offers poor customer value
More than three years ago I wrote a post noting that gogo internet service http://www.gogoair.com was so-so. I’ve used the service when available and again this past week I flew on a certain airline that offered the gogo internet service. I’m here … Continue reading
The Las Vegas brand in one word – FUN!
Until this week I hadn’t been in Las Vegas for almost five years. I’m here for a client franchise convention and while I like to sit and play a little blackjack and even stand at a crap table for a … Continue reading
Expats living in the U.S. and China still seem to forgo a wide world view
I’ve posted that American expatriates living in China have increased my learning curve. Having met more than fifty U.S.A. born expatriates that now live in China (and even more non-U.S western expats), there are similarities in their view of … Continue reading