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August 30th, 2007 - Open Knowledge — LiveJournal

Aug. 30th, 2007

12:00 am - Flying à la Carte: Q&A with Skybus’s CEO


If Skybus Airlines is the future of air travel, then the future won’t cost much. Nor will it keep you hostage on the tarmac. The company’s chief executive, Bill Diffenderffer, has rethought everything from the cost of onboard refreshments to how and where passengers check in. The result, he claims, is an airline that can charge as little as $10 for a nonstop flight without delays or lost luggage. (Procrastinators pay more, with last-minute tickets costing as much as $400.)

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02:11 pm - Fly with the Aeroplume personal airship

Via Airshipworld

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02:22 pm - “Hand-le”

Via shanmonster.


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08:40 pm - Outsourcing childcare

Report: Many U.S. Parents Outsourcing Child Care Overseas

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