About a month ago, I took a train to DC, so I parked my car in Newark, New Jersey’s Penn Station lot. When I returned from DC the same day, I was relived to see my car was still in the lot. I got in, it was very dark, and drove home. The next day
I received a nice letter in the mail from the District of Columbia’s Metropolitan Police Department telling me I was speeding. They even provided proof in the form of photographs. Truth is, I was not driving that car the day they said the violation happened. I was home, in New York – not in Washington,
Just a quick post, to follow up on the flipped car, head on collision, smaller car fire I’ve seen. Today, on the way to a meeting, I saw this HUGE car fire on 287 between exit 14B and 14A. I was able to see the the dark fog of smoke for miles and miles.
On the way to the airport last week, Monday – to go to PubCon in Las Vegas, we hit a bit of traffic. As we approached we saw what happened. There were about three cars involved, all really badly damaged. In fact, they looked they were all charred from a huge fire. Here is a
I upgraded my iPhone to use the beta developer preview of iOS 5 and I am in love with many of the features, especially the notifications. (Yea, Android people, I know – stop there.) One thing I want is that my car’s navigation system be more integrated with my iPhone or even Android phone. (1)
It is not every day where you see a neat geeky license plate – well, maybe I see one or two every day. But most people do not. Yesterday, I was driving home from work and spotted a New Jersey license plate that read “ONLINE.” The person seemed lost, which was ironic, but it was
Yesterday, I was at a meeting and I received a call and a bunch of text messages from my office telling me my car would be towed if I don’t move it now. What happened was, I arrived at the office building, the parking lot was like a zoo. I found a spot, but apparently