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Entries from August 2009

PingWi-Fi Asks ‘Who You Callin Cracker?’

August 31st, 2009 · Tags: Cities · Wi-Fi

I seek out and ping Wi-Fi hotspots all over the country. It’s what I do. Likewise, I am always on the lookout for music. On my second night out in Louisville, I so scored some righteous tunes … Here is how the deal went down. My hotel is actually in Indiana, just across The Ohio […]

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Searchin For Wi-Fi, Oldham County To Oldham County

August 29th, 2009 · Tags: Cities · Hotels · Satire · Wi-Fi

There has been only one time that I have regretted taking on my new “dirty gigs” assignments. (If you haven’t been following along, I have been working in disaster recovery to fund my ongoing addiction to travel for Wi-Fi’s sake.) A recent gig required that I stay in Winston-Salem, N.C. rather than return to my […]

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PingWi-Fi Joins Mile-High Club … Of Wi-Fi On American Flight

August 25th, 2009 · Tags: Airports · Cities · Gadgets · Satire · Wi-Fi

Finally! I have boarded many a plane since the introduction of Wi-Fi in the sky … but apparently I have been leaving and landing in the wrong cities — no Wi-Fi to be had. Until Sunday, traveling from Winston-Salem … to Atlanta … to Dallas. But first, have you ever been stuck on a plane […]

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In Wi-Fi Travel, One Must Never Assume

August 21st, 2009 · Tags: Cities · Restaurant · Wi-Fi

Sorry it has taken so long to post a new blog, and also, how absent-minded of me to leave up the download Ode to PotTAY. Apologies. My Dirty Gig adventure continues, having just finished a two-week stint in a building nearly destroyed by fire. Just a few days ago I left Winston-Salem, where I met […]

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Kentucky Fried Wi-Fi Coming Soon …

August 16th, 2009 · Tags: Cities

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Dir-Tay Business: Press 1 For Another Option; Press 2 For Paperwork

August 10th, 2009 · Tags: Cities · Satire · Sports

Having taken myself out of the lineup in the PR world in order to blog, inadvertently, I find myself doing ‘dirty gigs’ on the side for sustenance. And every stint has unique challenges — much more so than my former life behind a desk in the business world. PR was filled with papercuts and backstabs […]

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