There was a lot of industry news this past week you may have missed. Here are some headlines that caught our eyes. At the Airport of the Future, Even the Security Check Is Self-Service – Businessweek.com “On Wednesday a Palo Alto (Calif.)-based startup called Qylur (pronou
He’s done it. She’s done it. I’ve done it. You’ve done it. I’m talking about checking your smartphone during a business lunch. Or, worse, during a business meeting. Whenever and wherever you check it, though, can be considered rude, especially when done d
“IT doesn’t know what’s cool, and marketing doesn’t know what works,” said Matt Smith, IT director for AT&T Stadium in Dallas. Smith’s pointed statement, though, is exactly why so many people attended the 2013 Stadiums Hybrid Meeting, held in th
I love technology. I enjoy trying out new gadgets, playing with innovative systems, and experimenting with fun programs. But none of it would be worth it if I couldn’t share my excitement with others. You see, it’s not the technology that makes me happy. It’s people.
It’s a sad day here in the Dallas-Fort Worth area if you’re a Texas Rangers fan. Last night, the team lost out of advancing to the playoffs, and trips to Rangers Ballpark in Arlington are no more. Come next spring, though, excitement of a new season and its possibilities w