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We love to fly and it shows

Inside the world of mileage running
Wired.com, July 10, 2007

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High-tech ads go big (just ask Boston)

Advertisers are migrating to new and innovative tactics to grab the attention of a TiVo-using, info-glutted generation. Don’t panic.
Wired.com, March 19, 2007

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Rise of the Netflix hackers

After mastering the DVD-rental giant’s snail-mail queuing system, a loose community of geeks eyes the company’s digital delivery service.
Wired.com, March 15, 2007

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Will digital radio boom in the US?

In Britain, some stores don’t even sell old-fashioned FM receivers anymore. So why does the United States remain mired in the analog audio age?
Wired.com, January 18, 2007

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Never lose luggage again

RFID promises to all but eliminate the annoyance of misrouted luggage at a time when more bags go missing than ever. But at up to 20 cents a bag, airlines aren’t racing to the solution.
Wired.com, November 16, 2006

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Fly silent, fly cheap

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s an integrated wing-body aircraft that’s quieter and more fuel efficient than anything aloft today. Here’s why you won’t be boarding it any time soon.
Wired.com, November 14, 2006

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Casting a net for better airfares

New websites claim to find the best airfares by mining data and reversing carriers’ own profit-maximizing algorithms.
Wired.com, August 18, 2006

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“Imitation iPod” invades radio

It’s like listening to a middle aged drunkard’s iPod set to shuffle, but the Jack FM format is spreading across the dial.
Wired.com, July 15, 2006

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Airlines try smarter boarding

Computer simulations produce a range of better procedures.
Wired.com, May 7, 2006

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