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First Class Kosher Airline Food

Yesterday, as many of you know, I flew first class for the first time. It was a really nice flight, we took off on time, landed on time, quick to the gate, quick to exit (non-of that was due to 1st class). But the space, leg room, food, bathroom, and comfort of first class is

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Flying First Class

On Friday, I was checking my flight times for my trip to California for the conference tomorrow. I saw a little “upgrade” link, so I clicked it. Next thing I know, I was upgraded to first class. This was the first time I was upgraded to first class on a Continental flight. I’ve flown “business

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Booked Three Flights via Continental Saturday Night

This Saturday night, I booked three flights on Continental. The prices seemed right, so I booked them all. I should have booked via Orbitz, but I had travel certificates due to my last flight booking gamble, which paid for two of the three flights. So I believe I had to book on Continental.com to use

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I Am Not In Jail, But I Got A Speeding Ticket

Last night, I left work a bit early cause I had a late night conference call and I wanted to be home a bit earlier so I can be ready for it. Oh boy – did I pay for leaving work at 5:30ish. On the way home, I got a pulled over by a cop

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Why Does Lexus Show A Weird Bluetooth Icon?

The standard Bluetooth Icon that most people can recognize is: Apple has a slight variation on it, but it is about that same. The B look: So why does my navigation system show a totally weird Bluetooth icon? You see, it has a three blue circles on top of a BT. Weird! BTW, I love

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Broken Jet Way After 12 Hour Flight

I am back in America, been back since Sunday morning. But let me tell you about the flight. We took El Al back, and we flew into JFK. The 12 hour flight was pretty good. Well, I sat next to this guy who kept putting his arm rest up, so that he can venture into

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Review: Hotel Cinema in Tel Aviv

The past week or so, I was put up in the Cinema Hotel in Tel Aviv, Israel. I honestly was looking forward to the hotel, simply because I heard many good reviews. In fact, people were very positive about it and shared great stories. I, on the other hand, felt the hotel was not at

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Blogging Israel: SEM Meet Up in Tel Aviv

Today I went to a smallish (less than 20 people) SEM meet up we pulled together in two day notice, which Compucall hosted. I wrote up details about the event with What Israeli SEMs Want at Search Engine Land. And Olivier wrote up his notes from the event at the Compucall blog named Barry Schwartz

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Blogging Israel: Technion in Haifa & Druze Village Visit

Yesterday, some of us went up north. We first went to visit the MIT of Israel named the Technion. In that trip, we met with Dr. Alon Wolf from the Biorobotics and Biomechanics lab. Dr Wolf built many things, including robotic snakes. The snake can be used in many cases, including war and also for