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The Queen Elizabeth II Moves On
Monday, 10 September 2007
Image Cunard Line has announced plans to sell the Queen Elizabeth 2 to Dubai World, a company owned by the government of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Officials from Dubai World say that they intend to convert the 40-year-old oceanliner into a “floating luxury hotel” which will be permanently berthed at specially constructed pier on Palm Jumeirah, the world’s largest man-made island.

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Laptop No-Nos
Saturday, 08 September 2007
Image Do you understand basic laptop etiquette? If you don’t, you’re hardly alone. With each new leap of technology that changes the way we live, new rules of politeness arise. A recent article in USA Today noted that a survey of 601 business travelers who use laptops, found that 45 percent admitted to peeking at someone else's laptop in public places, and over half had caught someone else looking at their laptop.

Etiquette experts advise that, as tempting as it is, looking over at your seatmate’s computer screen is a no-no. They may be working on sensitive business documents, or just writing an e-mail to a friend – either way, it’s none of your business.

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A Different Take On Air Travel
Friday, 07 September 2007
Image U.K. billionaire Richard Branson has his fingers in a whole lot of pies – music, cell phones, credit cards and air travel among the most prominent. Now, having received approval to start up a domestic airline, Branson plans to use all the technological innovations at his company’s disposal to re-imagine air travel, and Virgin America airlines (which started selling tickets in August) is offering travelers some intriguing options.

For starters, Virgin America acknowledges that people use all sorts of gadgets, and that they want to use them when they fly. Every seat is outfitted with a power plug for your laptop, USB chargers, and wireless Internet access.
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