When sitting next to someone on an airplane, there are 2 choices, put the headphones on and get through the ride, or look them straight in the eye and say, “hello my name is Mark.” Well you may say your … Continue reading
I’ve been busy lately writing about Wi-Fi. An article for Hospitality Upgrade to be published in a month or so and also a Wi-Fi security brief to educate front line workers on how to advise guests on accessing Wi-Fi and … Continue reading
Today was definitely one of them. When playing with a Bulk Mail merge tool for a subset of my contacts, the tool went awry and started emailing my entire address book! They all received the great email message of Test, Test … Continue reading
In a recent discussion with a hotel executive, we talked about how to get front line staff to use the applications better and to their fullest extent. At the time, I didn’t have a rock solid suggestion especially given the … Continue reading
Recently the NEST group in Google, (Google bought NEST in January for over $3 billion) advised customers to disable the devices ability “for user’s to wave their hand to turn off a faulty smoke alarm.” My first reaction is that … Continue reading
How do you make something engaging? This is one of my favorite recent TED viewings. It’s a wonderful, comical and to the point way looking at apathy and engagement.
I was looking on LivingSocial today and remembered that I had forgotten to purchase the Fandango deal earlier this week. When I checked and saw 1 million had been purchased, equating to 2 million tickets, it occurred to me how … Continue reading
Welcome! I have migrated to a new blog and website. Hope you like it. Look for a better 2011 with lots more posts.
When learning to speak in public, there were two words I was told to avoid at all costs, STUFF and THINGS. But when learning of the Internet Protocol for Smart Objects Alliance and their “Internet of Things”, I think that … Continue reading