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Adoption boot camp

What our foster care training program taught us about being parents.
babble.com, July 7, 2009

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This day in technology: June 9, 1928

Across the vast Pacific, by air.
Wired.com, June 9, 2009

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Shifting loyalties

The airline alliances are changing. Here’s what it means for frequent fliers.
Business Traveler, June 2009

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General aviation sounds mayday as fat cats ditch their corporate jets

The financial crisis has companies dumping their fleets, and that’s bad news for the industry.
Wired.com, May 15, 2009

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High flyer

Continental’s first class seats get an upgrade.
Wired Magazine, May 2009

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It’s not a flying car – it’s a driveable airplane

A Boston startup is confounding naysayers with a plane that combines the ease of driving with the thrill of flying, and it could shake up the industry by ushering in a new wave of recreational aviation.
Wired.com, April 6, 2009

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Hey private sector, wanna buy a bridge?

Cash-strapped cities and states are partnering with for-profit companies to build and manage crucial infrastructure.
Wired.com, March 23, 2009

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Flying the turbulent skies

Four experts weigh in on what it will take to save the domestic airline industry.
Business Traveler, October 2008

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Airports’ first class upgrade

Travel has never been worse — US Airways now charges two bucks for a can of soda?! Meet the highfliers working to make the terminal experience bliss.
Fast Company, September 2008

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Making the connection

There are lots of hub airports out there. Which ones are hell, and which ones make changing planes a breeze?
Business Traveler, October 2008

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