Tag Archives: Boarding

Messing With The Flow Of Human Traffic

By | May 20, 2005

Living in Hong Kong I can’t help but be fascinated by the way pedestrians self-organize. It’s one of the densest populations on earth, so navigating one’s way through the urban jungle requires a lot of mental processing. The pedestrian bridge in Wanchai that goes from the subway to my office is probably half a kilometer, ten meters wide… Read More »

News: The Future Of Inflight Entertainment, From A Baggage Handler

By | September 11, 2003

 Nice, interesting story about an Alaska Airlines baggage handler who has come up with the digEplayer, a 2.4-pound, battery-powered unit can hold up to 30 full-length movies, hours of digital music, maps, cartoons, sitcoms, language courses and travel promotions. It’s an inflight entertainment system that will start appearing on Alaska Airlines next month: The units, which cost a… Read More »