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On Wednesday morning, I took off for a little fall break trip to New Haven and New York City. Since that time, I’ve learned two crucial things. First and foremost: Amtrak still has NOT widely installed wireless capabilities on its trains. Not the Northeast Regional train. Not the Acela. If you google “Amtrak” and “Wireless” and this page about T-Mobile Hotspots pops up, and you decide not to closely read it because you figure Ohhhh, of course the trains have wireless—I mean the $25 NYC buses have it!, well you’re in for a surprise my friend. The hotspots are only at select train stations.  Another vote of confidence for government-run businesses delivered!

Oh, and the second bit of knowledge is simply that two-plus hours is too long to wait for a pizza—-even if it is a slice (or five) of the famous Sally’s Apizza.

I’ll be back on Wednesday!

(1) Houses Without Homes

(2) MTV Leaving Real World House By Thanksgiving

(3) Florida Avenue Grilling

(4) D.C. Area Drivers: “Mess With Our Parking And You’ll Be Sorry!”

(5) Goodbye Real Worlders, We Hardly Knew Ya!

(6) Denial, Anxiety Mark Start of Art Place@Ft. Totten

(7) Why All the Fuss About Bloomingdale’s Boxer Girl?

Image by THE Holy Hand Grenade!, Flickr Creative Commons