Todays entry in our forward-looking future series comes from Fark user RexTalionis.
He had originally participated as part of the Fark series, but his answers were so good, so thorough and so professional, he got his own whole unique story.
Here are Rex’s entries: Continue reading Future Predictions 2023 – Vision of the Future (Part 4)
The next installment in our travel Road Trip Food Packing series is the food overview. One important question to consider when planning that big road trip is how much food is the right amount of food to pack, and the other question is what kinds of food should I pack?. There’s no perfect answer because every traveler is as different as every trip and every taste. Continue reading What Food Should I Pack for a Road Trip?
We continue with our series on what the future will bring with an entry from Mr. Andersen. No, not the guy from the Matrix, but you’d be hard pressed to tell, Today’s installment of Predictions for the Future comes courtesy of Jordan Andersen, Senior Software Engineer at a Fortune-500 company. Twitter:@jordandandersen. He’s a man I’ve known for years, and one I consider uncommonly bright, and his professional history speaks clearly to this.
He requested an ounce of anonymity, but more than that, that I punch-up his responses, so take what he says with a grain of Brian, as I may or may not have taken some liberties in his comments below. Continue reading Predictions for 2023; What Will Technology Bring (Part 3)
Whenever you travel you face the agest oldest debate of working with the name brand chains versus going somewhere smaller, though ostensibly equally convenient motels for you accommodations. Take it from me, the reputable name is far more than it may seem, and not just because you’ll be more sure of avoiding a landslide of criminal drug addicts. Continue reading Hitting The No-Name Motels for Fun, Safety and Value
If you are going to take a trip to San Francisco (or live in the area in the first place), you owe it to yourself to take a quick trip down to San Jose. Not just because it’s a funny name for a city, because the city itself isn’t as funny as the funny sounding name might lead you to believe, but because it’s got almost as much history as San Francisco has itself, and there’s no greater history (or mystery) to be found than the architectural singularity of the former home of the reclusive plutocrat Sarah Winchester who built the fabled Winchester Mystery House, formerly known as Sarah’s house. Continue reading Winchester Mansion a Must-See American Icon
Today we continue our Predictions of the Future series, in which we ask a number of experts what they see for the year 2023, just ten years out.
Predicting the future isn’t simply difficult, it’s damn-near impossible. There’s always a curve ball about to be thrown that will change everything. Maybe it’s a natural disaster, act of war/terror, or a disease outbreak. Continue reading Future Predictions: What Will 2023 Bring? (Part 2)
This is the third part in our Road Trip Food Packing series. Today we’ll cover the myriad pop-cup foods you can pack for ready consumption. How can you get vegetables while you’re on the road? How can you eat fruits while you’re on a raod trip? What are the easiest foods to take on a road trip? This article includes photos, examples and explanations. Continue reading What Are the Best Road Trip Pop Cup o’ Foods?
Today we start the Predictions of the Future series, in which we ask a number of experts what they see for the year 2023, just ten years out.
Predicting the future isn’t simply difficult, it’s damn-near impossible. There’s always a curve ball about to be thrown that will change everything. Maybe it’s a natural disaster, act of war/terror, or a disease outbreak. Continue reading Future Predictions: What Will 2023 Bring? (Part 1)