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Jul 102017
 
Great Britain Grand Expedition  June 2018

Chances are you’ve been to Britain before.  Perhaps several or even many times.  But there’s probably plenty you’ve not yet seen, and would enjoy a chance of experiencing. For example, have you spent two days of quality time touring around Cornwall?  Or the Cotswolds?  How about the Orkney Islands (many people don’t even know where […]

Jun 232017
 
Weekly Roundup, Friday 23 June, 2017

Good morning And very best wishes from Scotland. I wanted to send you a couple of items as a ‘little something’; not a full newsletter, but hopefully a happy surprise for your Friday.  Next week we’ll be back to regular newsletters (I return home on Tuesday). I also wanted to update you on our Christmas […]

Apr 062017
 
Weekly Roundup, Friday 7 April, 2017

Good morning Amazon came out with a wonderful short-term sale on its tablets.  I’ve reviewed both their entry-level 7″ tablet and their greatly enhanced 8″ tablet before, and so I add a short item after this weekly roundup that basically records the deal and links you to the earlier reviews. Amazon’s sale drops the 8″ […]

Mar 302017
 
Our New Opportunity to Make America’s Transportation System Great Again - Part 6

Part 6 :  Are Flying Cars the Future or a Folly? This is a further part in our article series on how we have a new opportunity for the United States to once again take a position of world leadership in transportation. In part one, we looked back at three previous periods of American greatness, […]

Feb 232017
 
Our New Opportunity to Make America’s Transportation System Great Again - Part 5

Part 5 :  The Totally Transformational Possibilities Offered by Hyperloop Technology This is a further part in our article series on how we have a new opportunity for the United States to once again take a position of world leadership in transportation. In part one, we looked back at three previous periods of American greatness, […]

Feb 172017
 
Weekly Roundup, Friday 17 February, 2017

Good morning My ‘new era of transportation’ series took another detour this week.  What was supposed to be a couple of sentences on the shifting balance of ‘should you/shouldn’t you own a car’ ended up with almost 5,000 words of commentary and a complete full article, then a couple of reader responses caused me to […]

Feb 152017
 
Is Private Car Ownership Becoming Obsolete?

Some things in life we take for granted and accept without question.  Brushing your teeth, for example.  Learning to read and write.  And so on. Another instinctive thing, for most Americans, is the essential inviolable need for and benefit from privately owning one’s own automobile.  Sure, if you live in mid-town Manhattan, you can create […]

Feb 092017
 
Our New Opportunity to Make America’s Transportation System Great Again – Part 3

Part 3 :  The New Transportation Opportunity This is the third part of an article series on how we have a new opportunity for the United States to once again take a position of world leadership in transportation. In part one, we looked back at three previous periods of American greatness, and in part two, […]

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