We need to notice small and unexpected good things sometimes. It feeds the heart. In this case it’s dog foster care. I began by learning about the Dog Trust Freedom Project in the UK. They are volunteers who are foster caregivers for the dogs of people who have been abused and can’t take care of their pet for a while. I am sure there are Continue reading “Dog Foster Care”
It’s well known that airplane seats are getting smaller and are projected to get smaller still—that is if airlines have their way. But consumers are at last beginning to speak up. Earlier this year American airlines was planning to redesign its cabin where a few seats would have a 29 inch pitch. After what a New York Times’ article called a “rash of complaints” Continue reading “Airline Seats Size And Safety”
A program in Uganda resettles refugees by giving them a small plot of land under conditions which strengthen my sense of gratitude.
When Rafi Mohammed used his Orbitz iPhone app to book a vacation package he found one rate. When he looked up the very same thing on the Orbitz website from his laptop, he received another, one that was about %6.5 more. He’s a pricing strategy consultant and wrote about his experience for the Harvard Business Review. Dynamic pricing which Continue reading “Web Pricing Differences”