Bloomberg suggests that the familiar of air travel might disappear. But travelers might also not be found. The virus has led to a ballooning of remote video-conferencing, which could prompt a reassessment […]
Not a bad way to spend part of your birthday! Enjoy a couple pictures.
Girl dumps boy. Boy gets on plane. Boy gets increasingly drunk. Boy makes a** out of himself. Boy goes to jail.
This is a story about what not to do when someone breaks up with you. DallasNews.com has the story. The Dec. 17 incident began when Libby boarded a British Airways Boeing 777 […]
It happened on Oct. 16, 2018.
CNN has the details. Buried 100 meters (328 feet) underground, the Pyongyang Metro is one of the deepest commuter systems in the world. It’s also one of the world’s most mysterious.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports big changes could be coming to the area’s biggest airport. Reducing the footprint might save money as well as change the impression that many a traveler has had — that […]
Reuters has the details. The Washington DC area’s troubled Metro subway system will undergo an unprecedented 29-hour shutdown on Wednesday for an emergency safety investigation of power cabling, officials said on Tuesday. […]
I spent a good chunk of today on the road as I meandered from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C., where I am spending the night in advance of some meetings on Monday. (Okay, […]
On a recent December Sunday, my wife, our younger son and I visited the Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum. You should think about going. It’s a fun place. Here are a few […]
Mashable has the explanation. The Volkswagen Group has effectively admitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that not one diesel model it sold in the U.S. since 2009 complies with emissions laws. […]
…and at around 30,000 feet tonight, this is how the world looked out my window.
The Telegraph has the photographic evidence, along with some examples from some of the world’s other underground gems. As an aside, there’s a good chance I’ll be visiting Moscow again later this […]