Monthly Archives: September 2007
I had a bit of an odd experience with PC Financial this year. Frustrated by this, I wrote them to describe my experience.
This July, I rented a car from Avis in San Diego. It was a pretty poor experience. So, I wrote them a complaint letter. Besides writing the letter itself, I thought I’d have fun. In the spirit of Yours is … Continue reading
I don’t know if hotel pricing is as broken as airline pricing, but FareCast for hotels will be interesting regardless.
My session is Putting the Quality in Quality Web Applications. Here’s the blurb: A misspelled word, stray pixel or errant semicolon can erase your data, confuse your customers or put you on the front page of the New York Times. … Continue reading
Attention people of the world. Please learn how to spell rÃ©sumÃ©. It has two accent aigus â€” one on each “e.” The HTML for this is résumé. If your computer/email program cannot handle accented characters reliably, “resume” is acceptable. However, … Continue reading