Cranky on the Web (September 5 – 9)


What ‘trusted traveler’ means to youCNN Out of the Office
Talking a little bit about the TSA’s proposed new “known” or “trusted” traveler program.

Tales of 9/11: The Cranky Flier remembers the dayDallas Morning News Airline Biz Blog
Terry Maxon was asking for tales of 9/11 experiences, so I sent mine over and he published it.

The Cranky Flier at 5: Q&A with Brett SnyderSparksheet
I’ll be at the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) show in Seattle next week, and I get warmed up by answering 5 questions for Sparksheet. This was a fun one.

In the Trenches: Touting SuccessIntuit Small Business Blog
We’ve had plenty of good success helping people at Cranky Concierge, but how should we talk about it?

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2 comments on “Cranky on the Web (September 5 – 9)

  1. Trusted traveler would be a joke. Look how many people in this country who were born here as multi generations of their parents and grandparents just snap and start killing their children or other people. Just because someone flys alot can’t one day be turned to the ‘dark side’ and snap.

    Out laws say we are innocent until proven guilty, but with TSA you are guilty until they prove you are innocent. Something just doesn’t seem right with that.

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