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Aug 27, 15

I have often wondered as I spend hours on airplanes how come attendants don't have individual information about you already. You have an assigned seat, when you scan your boarding pass, they know it's you and address you by name, so why is it that once I'm on the plane, no one has any idea.

Think if the efficiency that could be driven this way. I could have preferences saved for meals, drinks, etc. Stored credit card information for making in-flight purchases, or the data could be used to quickly identify someone with medical training, or emergency response training.

As long as it's only storing data I'm already providing as part of the mileage program, why not use that data on the plane too?

Aug 26, 15

Darn, now they're going to expect me to answer emails on the plane too. There goes my one chance for being unplugged! ;-)

Jul 13, 15

This, and the other feature mentioned in the article, having the app tell you when you're approaching a railroad crossing, seem like really good ideas to me. I've known plenty of places over the years where turning left was a fool's game, and found ways to route around that. You should have the option to turn that on the same way you can avoid tolls, right?

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