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Entries from July 2013

Presidential Pings: Who Put The W In Wi-Fi?

July 11th, 2013 · Tags: Arts · Cities · Politics · Wi-Fi

  In many cases, when we ping on-location, Wi-Fi is the whole story.  There are exceptions, such as The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.  At the BHOF we tested the hotspot quickly and then enthusiastically slid into the history and memorabilia, admittedly looking for one item specifically.   Ping The Hall of Fame

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You Have A Right To Be Big In Europe – The Glass Is Half Full

July 10th, 2013 · Tags: Politics

I was blogging at Starbucks when a young woman pushing a baby stroller bumped into the back of my chair.  Quickly I moved to make more room for her to pass when she politely said there was plenty of room for her to manage.   Beneath all my long hair, with my smiley obscured by […]

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Ping Roadtrip With Purpose – Celebrating Victory

July 6th, 2013 · Tags: Cities

I used to say any road trip was a good one.  But this one was different. The PingWi-Fi wagon was headed north on US 287 for the funeral of a loved one.  What a long drive, Amarillo by (way of) mourning … apologies for that one, Mom. Anywho, the road is long … and it […]

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Happy Fourth Of July … Some Nostalgia, Brush With Fame

July 4th, 2013 · Tags: Cities · Satire

  “Hey Baby It’s The Fourth of July” … And it always reminds us of this blog from The PingWi-Fi road trip:   Where Is Dave Alvin?  

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