E-Stand Portable Laptop Table

This computer laptable type device is an appealing concept in theory, but in the real world, it just doesn’t work very well at all.

33% bigger new bus carries fewer passengers

London’s classic Routemaster doubledecker bus was loved by Londoners and visitors alike. A new design to replace the older Routemaster is ugly and inefficient. Why not simply build more Routemasters?

New webpage on Upmarket Orlando

As the number of visitors coming to Orlando has steadily grown (now more than 50 million a year) the area diversified and developed, adding new tourism products and experiences of more specialized interest, over and above the core ‘family fun’ type products that had been its staple to start with.
Nowadays, there is an impressive arrange of deluxe hotels, fine dining, boutique shopping, and all sorts of activities, from relaxing indulgent spas to high energy speedway racing, hang gliding, and flights in historic biplanes.

New Airport Scanners – Useless but Dangerous?

New airport whole body image scanners electronically strip us naked and in theory may reveal any explosives or weapons we have hidden underneath our clothing. But security experts question their effectiveness, and now radiation experts suggest they may be exposing us to dangerous levels of radiation.

This Week’s Tech Talk

There has been some interesting speculation about the possibility of cell phone interference causing the Soviet made elderly Tupolev Tu-154 that was carrying the Polish president and other dignitaries to crash (killing all on board) …

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