Nearly every day, we hear a story about TSA screenings gone awry. But what about all of the complaints that don’t make the news? Plenty of travelers have faced what they believe to be infringements of their rights, yet most complaints go unreported.
As a result, The Sikh Coalition has developed a smartphone app called FlyRights to make it easier for
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This weekend, I had the opportunity to attend The Creators Project, a conglomeration of art, music, design and technology presentations sponsored by Intel and Vice. Similar to sort of a mini, two-day SXSW, The Creators Project has been in existence for 3 years, but 2012 saw its first visit to San Francisco.
Tickets were available for free through a lottery announced just a couple of weeks ago. My friend Alex and I were lucky enough to snag some, so we
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