Cranky on the Web: Screens in Seatbacks, The Impact on Delta

Cranky on the Web: Screens in Seatbacks, The Impact on Delta

Inflight Movies: Does Anyone Really Want to Watch Them on a Phone?The Wall Street Journal ($Subscription Required$)
It’s the age-old question about inflight entertainment. Does a seatback screen matter or not? Barbara Peterson at the WSJ took a look.

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One of the Big Remaining Advantages of Built-In Entertainment Systems May Soon Disappear

One of the Big Remaining Advantages of Built-In Entertainment Systems May Soon Disappear

For the last few years, people have been predicting the death of airline-provided inflight entertainment systems. With more and more people bringing their own devices and wifi becoming an onboard standard, the arguments for ditching the airline-provided systems grew stronger. That being said, there were still some benefits that couldn’t … Read the post

Cranky on the Web – My Last “In The Trenches” Column, JetBlue’s Take on Wifi

Cranky on the Web – My Last “In The Trenches” Column, JetBlue’s Take on Wifi

For those of you who have enjoyed my regular “In the Trenches” column on Intuit’s blog (now the called Small Business Center) for the past few years, I have some bad news to report. Apparently Intuit has decided to turn the blog into an accounting-focused site that’s populated by internal … Read the post

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