The Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) wants to make your bus ride a little more pleasant of an experience. The organization announced yesterday that it has plans to add WiFi internet access to all of the buses in its fleet by the end of next year. “Right now there are eight buses operating with the […]
Those of you who were saddened when Chris Williard closed her shop La Belle Maison in New Albany, can rejoice. Her online venture, SusabelleBoutique.com is somewhat of a spin-off of La Belle Maison, offering home decor, jewelry, stationery, baby gifts, personal care, and personalized products with a new twist – they are all made in […]
AirTran Airways just announced that they will be offering Wi-Fi internet access on all of their flights, which includes their local Columbus to Fort Lauderdale route. The service will cost a small fee based on the length of the flight. Anyone planning on using this service? Has anyone on CU flown with AirTran yet?
The Dispatch wrote 3 big retailers discover the World Wide Web Tuesday, October 21, 2008 BY MARLA MATZER ROSE Three Columbus-based retailers seem to have realized that this Internet thing is more than a fad. DSW, Big Lots and the company that’s keeping “The Limited” name alive have all begun selling online within the […]
Wired wrote Ohio Secretary of State Site Hacked By Sarah Lai Stirland October 20, 2008 The office of Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner on Monday afternoon said that it is limiting the functionality of its web site after its tech department had detected a security breach. Ã¯Â¿Â½Due to security concerns experienced by the Secretary […]
I ran across this site on TreeHugger: www.PickupPal.com. Now completely advertiser funded site that connects people for carpooling/ridesharing. I’m not affiliated with the site, but I did post my daily drive to work. From the site: Launched in January 2008, PickupPal allows a private vehicle engaged in a transportation event (a one-way trip from A […]