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- Favorite things, day 6: credit cards
- Favorite things, day 7: Hawaii
- Favorite things, day 8: TiVo
- Favorite things, day 9: Alaska Airlines
- Favorite things, day 10: First Republic
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- A sample Groupon merchant agreement
- Revised Groupon merchant agreement
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- Media requests
- Can you understand me now?
- Answers from the Insurance Information Institute on Airbnb
Daily Archives: July 4, 2010
On my last trip, I had the opportunity to try United’s mobile check-in and mobile boarding passes. The promise is paper-free check in. It sounds really great, but it’s not quite there. Partly it’s due to United’s horrible user interface, … Continue reading