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Foursquare, Travel And Why I Stopped Using It

It might seem odd that someone who make a good portion of their living working with social media within the travel industry would have last checked in with Foursquare on the 23rd of August 2010 at their local train station. Foursquare is an excellent social media channel for travel … but as people seem to…

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Who’s Handing Security At US Airports? It’s Not the TSA At 11 Airports

5/1/2010 – Who’s Handing Security At US Airports? It’s Not the TSA At 11 Airports When the Transportation Security Administration was placed into airports in November 2002 it had the primary goal of unifying airport security procedures throughout the United States. More than seven years later, 11 airports around the United States continue to use…

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Why Is A Cactus Pushing From The Gate? : Airport Radio Jargon

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 30/12/2008 – Why Is A Cactus Pushing From The Gate? : Airport Radio Jargon Late last week I received an e-mail from a reader of Flying With Fish trying to understand what they were listening to on United Airlines‘ Channel 9.   Passengers who fly United Airlines can listen to the…

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