All posts tagged transportation

Google can now be used to prove that your spouse is a drunkard who wasn’t really doing errands. FINALLY, a real service.

Google launched Latitude – a features in Google Maps that lets you keep track of your friend’s locations. As with all technologies, this one will pose new challenges. I can’t wait for the first divorce stories to hit the press where spouses tracked their spouse’s activities and logged all of the locations they stopped. “Your […] Read More⇒

Inspired by Tim Ferris – working a week in Paris WORKED

I read an awesome book recently that made me rethink many things about location, work, and business. It was Tim Ferriss’ book which I highly recommend. “ “The 4-Hour work Week: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich” (Timothy Ferris) I recently had reason to head to Paris for personal reasons. I thought […] Read More⇒

30 Days of Sustainability 2007 is coming!

30 days of Sustainability is once again happening in Vancouver. This year it runs from April 22 – May 21, 2007. I highly recommend that people go check out the temporary site and sign up for updates. The full site will launch sometime in the next few weeks. Read More⇒

Web 2.0 Summit 2006 – Day 2 / “It’s all about the infrastructure” by Debra Chrapaty, Corporate Vice President of Windows Live Operations Group

Day 2 notes from Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, CA: [my analysis and notes are in these square brackets.] “It’s all about the infrastructure” by Debra Chrapaty, Corporate Vice President of Windows Live Operations The cloud sounds romantic but it’s 1.5 million pounds of batteries, 1 million pounds of steel, 300 miles of cable. […] Read More⇒