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Trivial Posts #25: The Amazing, The Afraid, And The A.I.s

I thought work was going to be all about the iPhone this week. In terms of popular culture it was, but I picked up success somewhere else. And in the middle of all that, I found some fun things online… these are the Trivial Posts that kept me from falling down an Apple-filled rabbit hole. Never forget you can sign up to have this posted out to you every week, subscribe to the newsletter version here. Dah dah dah dumm DUM!! “Hum the music from Star Wars. Hum the music from James Bond. Hum the music from Harry Potter. Now hum the music from any Marvel

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Trivial Posts #4: Premium Economy, Drunken Master, and the Moulin Rouge

A quiet week over the Christmas holidays on my blog, but lots of trivial things to post to in the weekly look at what I’ve found online. Don’t forget to subscribe to the mailing list so you never miss anything trivial! Scotia, Air Scotia, You’re the airline that’s for me. My frequent-flying US friends are not happy at JetBlue, as the airline brings back regular seating and nickel-and-dime charing for luggage, prime seats, and all the other bits and pieces the modern airline seems to use. Once more, the economics of airlines seem designed to upset people. The New Yorker argues exactly that: “Basic service, without fees, must be sufficiently degraded

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