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"travelocity" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast

Sexy Unique Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"travelocity" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast

"The original with sockets and they talk about it. Like how much of a kind of whitewash it got its objective were like this, some of, you know, them like this Festival, like Woodstock sixty-nine was hell on Earth. Like it was and somehow we, as a culture have like decided that it was like a peek of peace love and like understanding and just like a vibey time. But really like it was rainy. There was like, no food the National Guard to be like, called in to give people like water and stuff. Like people were saying, yeah, people died. Like there was like bad acid going around. Like truly that seemed like hell on Earth. Like, I've been to festivals that have just like been a shank fast and it is like it can be like fun if you have the right drugs and just or give yourself to the shank off. I think I would not want to be trapped in rain in Upstate. New York with absolutely nowhere to go to like Escape like it just is like I don't know. I was seeing like triggered. I think these festivals like it's like a fire Fest but there was no social media or anything. So it gets to be like rebuild is like this like gorgeous like a meaningful life experience. Yeah. Watching like Janis Joplin perform at like 3 a.m. while doing acid with some straight guy took like six different strains of chlamydia in 1969. Yeah while you're like you know, have no money and you're in, you're in a van life you can't find. How do you even like how do people like find each other? Well, so going into the Woodstock ninety-nine, it was the original to founders of it and off, they Couldn't have picked a worse time to have a concert on hot asphalt cuz it was it was in a date of July and there was a heat excessive Heat Wave happening. I thought they were on an Air Force Base. It was all just like black top concrete. Like he just radiating up from above and the stages I didn't realize, we're a mile apart from each other. So you wanted to go. Walk over to see another thing. You'd walk a mile. Yeah. And they had like Art murals on the, on the outside. But it all just looked like. It was a prison. Yeah. And the attend Deeds, it was like white men with shaved. Heads are like, yeah, I think that's like prison prison Vibes. I'm a big fan of active. We're both for the gym and swam Every Day activities. I've tried. Almost every brand that's available and I have to stay Sweaty. Betty is it. They are known for their bum sculpting leggings, technical activewear and fitness apparel designed to empower women through Fitness and Beyond Sweaty, Betty continues to engineer products that last using the highest quality Fabrics meant to lift. And sculpt choice is probably why they sell a pair of their power, leggings every 60 seconds, the power leggings by Sweaty Betty, our best selling but sculpting sweat-wicking and swim. Proof their complete with back inside Pockets. That are perfect for whatever activity, you choose, they really are leggings that do it all. And the best part is that they're super sweat-wicking and quick-drying. Even sweatiest workouts are outmatched. I'm partial to their high waist, full-length black power leggings. I think they're Chic, I feel sculpted and sucked. In fact, not restricted and I feel like I look good while working out, which is truly half the battle and it feels good to get excited to put on cute workout clothes. Right now, you can get 25% off your order if you visit Sweaty Betty, and use the code sets up at checkout, that's Sweaty, Betty, with the code, sup boss. You never wait to hit the dance floor or for someone else to start the condo line and definitely don't wait for a viral video to show you how to move em, why? Wait until someday to book? Your family trip Caesar some day today. With Travelocity get clear information to confidently book your vacation. I never say no to dancing or travelling wage. Let's go seizure someday. Jake here and book book book, Travelocity.

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"travelocity" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"travelocity" Discussed on WTOP

"Of sunshine was gonna be a cool day hides on Saturday. I'll be in the low sixties. Equivalency Some frost Saturday night's fish across the Northern Western suffers and then Sunday sunshine after a cool morning. Not bad. The FBI's little bit sixties side chance to share like the day on Monday as a front comes away, But there's not much more to show for it to work with. So most of what they should be dry hives mid to upper sixties 73 in Warrenton right now, College Park, 73 Leonardtown, 72. Brennan and Hillary. It's 73 at Reagan National. Thank you, Mike 6 50, it looks like much of the nation will have a dry winter. That's according to forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. As part of the annual winter outlook. They predict a worsening drought for all of the south from coast to coast. But it should be a wet winter from the Pacific northwest to Michigan and dipping down into the Ohio Valley. Voters in the district have already d criminal. Why treat 12 you easy from me? I haven't been that involved in any weed. Let's try again. Voters in the district of already de criminalized marijuana could so called magic mushrooms be next. An attention grabbing measure on next month's ballot would do that, though it still has several key heart hurdles to clear if it manages to clear Them psychedelic plants would be among the city's lowest law enforcement priorities. We picked this language very specifically Melissa Lava. Sani, who filed the Voter initiative, hopes that the federal government won't step in if the measure gets the support of voters, she argues. If we were saying we are legalizing it, then it would be a subject Tio Federal Oversight, but this is just adjusting the priorities within the police department so they could be handled locally. The D C council could also change or reject the measure and lava, Sahni says Supporters of the initiative are or will be reaching out to council members and members of Congress. John Aaron W. T O P News because of the pandemic, so many of us are working at home, and it turns out a lot of us will be vacationing at home, too. The Great American Road trip has been detoured. Nearly 70% of people surveyed by Triple A Travel said they'd love to go on a vacation. But they're hesitant to do so because of Corona virus. The online booking site Travelocity filed nearly 60% of Americans say they won't travel for the year and holidays this year. Chris Cillizza CBS news Alright, Let's quickly do some serious time traveling to the Triassic period. We're talking specifically in Arizona. It was about 220 million years ago, when a time E Birling reptile lived in what is now a vast expanse of petrified wood. No one knew about Until recently, paleontologists say, the reptile had in large second clause birdlike beaks and look like a cross between an ant eater and a chameleon. Researchers from Virginia Tech were among those who made the discovery coming up in money News. Wall Street lost ground again today. The mortgage forecast for next year. I'm Jeff level 6 53 attention business owners, facility managers or energy planners. Washington.

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"travelocity" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on WTOP

"I think That Judge Verret is exactly the kind of person that you would expect any Republican president to consider, not because there's so much of money to get us there. Just because of who she is the way she's lived her life in the philosophy. She expels. It's Democrat Amy Klobuchar, but I did the last few days and so many of my colleagues did up here. Politely would make the case about where this nominee ISS. She wouldn't even answer if she knew that Donald Trump's position was to try to get judges on who were In favor of striking down the affordable care act. She wouldn't answer questions. CBS NEWS Special Report. I'm cami McCormick and Of course, we will continue to bring you coverage from Capitol Hill throughout the day. You can also watch the hearing were streaming it live w t o p dot com 12 22, It turns out, a lot of people are not willing to take a vacation. During this pandemic. The great American road trip has been detoured. Nearly 70% of people surveyed by Triple A travel said they'd love to go on a vacation. But they're hesitant to do so because of Corona virus. The online booking site Travelocity filed nearly 60% of Americans say they won't travel for the year and holidays this year. Priscilla CBS News One in seven kids in America is obese, and that can hurt their overall health. There are serious concerns about what it means for the nation's future. Obesity is impacted by so many factors with Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Jamie Pass, L says It's deeply influenced by.

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"travelocity" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on WTOP

"Knoxville, 65 in Clarksburg, 64 in Alexandria. Alright. Thank you, Amelia Right now. 65 degrees here in Washington, brought to you by new look home design, making getting a roof, a new roof easy with virtual or on site estimates. An update now on the Supreme Court confirmation hearings. It's 10 22. CBS News Special Report. This is the last day of Amy Cockney Barrett Supreme Court confirmation hearing, and it started off with the political debate over her nomination here, CBS News correspondent Steve Dirty, I'm going to make a motion to adjourn this meeting in a last ditch attempt. Democrats tried to scrap the final day of Barrett's confirmation hearing and postpone a committee vote set for next week. I moved to indefinitely postpone the nomination of any any Baron or not, but the Republican controlled committee pressed On while preparing to hear from witnesses testifying about the president's Supreme Court nominee Chairman Lindsey Graham will be voting on Amy coming Bharat to be associate Justice Supreme Court at one o'clock. On October. The 22nd legal experts are lined up to testify today, both for and against barrettes nomination ahead of the election. There will also be an independent legal commission that will be weighing in CBS News Special Report time CAMI McCormick and stay with US for frequent UPDATES from Capitol Hill as the hearing continues today. You can watch Today's hearing. Live w t o p dot com. Well, are you willing to take the risk of going on vacation during a pandemic? The great American road trip has been detoured. Nearly 70% of people surveyed by Triple A Travel said they'd love to go on a vacation, but they're hesitant to do so because of Corona virus, the online booking site Travelocity found nearly 60% of Americans say they won't travel for the year and holidays this year. At CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Ula one in seven Children in America has obesity that could hurt their overall health and there are concerns about what that means for the nation's future. Obesity is impacted by so many factors with Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Jamie Bas, L says it's deeply influenced by community issues beyond access to healthy food and safe activity. Families have a stable income..

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"travelocity" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Dot com. What was that front was The Travelocity's thing? Yeah, eah, eah, Experience term. Of Yeah, that one. I remember cart remember cartoons. When I was a kid sometimes had really catchy, really catchy tunes and also jingles commercials. But like these days, it's all changed anyway. Good jingles anymore. I agree. There's no good jingles anymore, you know? Frescoes. Better fresh. Get the fridge. So you don't remember that? I don't even know what product you're trying to sell. I meant it was Mentos meant meant that I was saying frescoes. The only use I've ever had for a Mentos is putting it on a diet Coke to see what happens. What happens. Oh, you don't know. It explodes. You know that? Why does that happen? Some chemical reaction between the two things. Google Google. There's tons of videos out there. I can't believe you've never seen that. No cancer cancer I've ever seen that already. Good to know, though. I do know that they say if you leave Coke on a card, I'll take off the paint. That's actually not true. So that's an urban legend. Turns out that's actually not accurate or that if you leave a rusty nail in a can of Coke or in a Coke glass, it'll, it'll disappear. That's also Not true for people believe that stuff that doesn't sound plausible least mind does sound plausible. That's true years years. Those sound plausible. I know people have also said if you feed Alka Seltzer to birds They can't burn, but I'm like that's horrible their animals, But you know, that's the thing that people have done, which is bad. Um Yeah. All right. Let's get to this play one of the various repercussions of Trump declaring martial law, then unilaterally ending all this protesting yours is the best show in media Will Clay, you have fantastic taste and shows. As for the repercussions of Trump declaring martial law, then you would have even more widespread unrest and things would get really ugly. We don't need trump to declare martial law. That's why wouldn't support him doing that. We just need local and state law enforcement to have the political backing necessary to do their jobs. Shut down this matters. I saw the photos of Over the weekend in New York. They had a bunch of People arrested. I think five or six of them. For looting and destroying businesses. And He's going to say it. The people in anti foe Look like the people in Antifa you always season ago. Yeah, they look like they're antifa. And I really mean this. I think there are a lot of them who have deep Psychological distress. I mean, these are people who are who are actually They're mentally disturbed. You'd have to be. You have to be to think that you should go break into a store and steal stuff. It's Tze horrifying beyond words, but that's what they do. They look like and the men who are part of antifa. They all look like they're They have a really good look. They have a testosterone deficiency like maybe they don't have any. That's a common thing. You got a lot of in cells and beta males among the antifa squad, that's for sure. And the women all just look like they're they've been watching way too much. MSNBC. Um so, yes, not not necessarily declare martial law, but we do need People, Tio support law and order, and we need those in charge to pursue that. Madam writes book is a snow princess. A dad Bod fan. Perhaps she wants you fat and happy and sassy Shields. I Well, Adam She's a She's a a buck fan. I don't know if he's a dad Bod fans per se. But I'm already I'm starting to fill out the paperwork so I can go back in the gym. I gotta fill out paperwork that says that they can't I won't sue them and you wear a mask, which I'm Gonna try to avoid wearing But I'm sure I'm gonna get yelled out, then I have to wear it. Yeah, that's when you're dead, Lifting or doing a bench press. You really want something constricting your breath, stupid beyond words only allowed two or three people Jamot want. I'm fine right that if that's what people demand I could But to wear a mask during it. The idiocy knows no bounds. But this is the world we live in now. Ryan, right, Shields I the show is incredibly entertaining. Thank you, Ryan. Vitiate that I'm now a small business owner conveniently work from home where I keep the podcast on a loop. When I'm in my workshop, I learnt a lot. I'm passing the buck, and in particular, my 14 year old is now kind of beginning to understand. There is a battle to shape the way he thinks he mentioned to me that he's following certain conservative voices on Instagram and tries to make relative conversation on topic. He also tells me there are other kids. He knows that our conservative I think he enjoys chatting, chatting politics. With others, even though he's more of an athletic type, as are his buddies, Thank you for the quality opinion and delivery. Ryan. Thank you so much for your support, and it's great to hear your 14 year old is already being exposed to team Buck and we'd love for him and all his friends to listen. I think this is the best place they Khun go. You know, I think that's Certainly. I'm very Confident in that belief. And.

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"travelocity" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Exciting right tickets are available stuff people dot com sexy liberal dot com and that and we put the links on Twitter and Facebook as well all right Kevin NDC hello Kevin hello really quick so great that Kim is okay he spoke fluent very from the time I first met him so I always love the fit is is known as Travelocity gnome speaking French was obviously the first member of the resistance even back then Jim knew right right right I beg everyone please I know won't be happy to me if we get it any mention advised president but I'm worried about Richard already heard rumblings about kind of what we already went down one gram but what I don't get property but I'm not holding yes and I don't want I don't want to go to another break although I don't get this is this is the fight but I'm not holding is to get rid of it because it's time for it is that we have time to have another second set after the primary a second set yeah which is why I'm wearing my **** sexy little unity tortured it's a you know it again I think we have to be respectful enough Kevin to go it's his choice stop threatening him to bring him to if you made it to the vice president or the presidential nomination of the United States you know you'd like to think that it's your choice as to who you feel I'm going to do one if you think I'm going to get a certificate when it went back to work and I would get on the phone with my hand for that right now and and can I greet you yes but if you don't have talking to one I would love to be clean but what we we have to get rid of the the major threat well it's going to be just like the primary we're all going to have our favorites it's like you know yes I really really really hope he picks the pics an African American woman but you know and I think you will I mean I don't know it's hard to say over on top what time again all look at this this is what I was looking for breaking out Democrats are now leading enough Senate seats in recent polls that would lead to the replacement of Mitch McConnell as Senate Majority Leader yeah.

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"travelocity" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Headlines and Carol here's something you've never heard before the US Supreme Court for the first time ever heard the arguments in the case by telephone with nine more to come and also for the first time a lot of fly broadcast Bloomberg's captain reports from Washington the court was hearing where the booking dot com was a unique enough name to get a trademark government lawyer Erica Ross said it isn't a trademark law no party can penetrate mark for a generic term justices asked questions in turn starting with Chief Justice John Roberts whether it's Travelocity Priceline or whatever nobody refers to those booking dot com's Lisa Blatt is booking dot com's lawyer consumers decide which marks deserve trademark protection will get more attention next week when it hears the case of president trump's tax returns in Washington if Chapman Bloomberg radio now don Shula here comes that word we sometimes turn to win the lifetime achievement of someone is pretty much indescribable in the later years of his legendary career and that is the word don Shula's biography in the dolphins media guide began with a quote from former NFL coach **** Phillips don Shula can take his in and beat you in and he could take you in and beat his that pretty much sums it up this is what perfection sounds like don Shula died today at his home across the screen day in downtown Miami he was ninety years old and had the only perfect season in NFL I'm Bob yes admin here at rocket mortgage and the rock family of companies every one of our team members know zero my uncle Paul who works long hours at the grocery store to make sure that people can put food on the table we run I think my wife's cousin Marie who works so hard as a nurse saving others.

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With Travel at Historic Low, Investors Buy Billion-Dollar Stake in Expedia

Business Wars Daily

03:49 min | 2 years ago

With Travel at Historic Low, Investors Buy Billion-Dollar Stake in Expedia

"How does a little holiday in the Scottish highlands sound lovely? Even during this lockdown plenty of people thought so and reserve properties for rent on the global travel website booking dot com in fact so many tourists continue to putter about the Scottish countryside that it alarmed the locals like rural residents all over they feared travelers might bring Kobe. Nineteen with them at overwhelmed. Small hospitals and so in Blackford. The areas presumably exasperated member of parliament asked booking dot com to quit offering reservations for the bucolic countryside. Finally last week the giant travel company complied. Now you can't get a reservation at a cottage in the Scottish highlands until may ninth or later at least not on booking dot com so reports the Scottish newspaper the National. So why am I telling you this? Little story well because it offers a small taste of the big problems facing the travel industry like so many other industries. Covert nineteen is upended everyone in the travel business from tiny. Bnb's to the largest players that's especially true of booking dot coms biggest rival expedia travel and its parent company. Expedia group in addition to owning. Its namesake reservation site. Expedia group owns other household. Names including travelocity ORBITZ HOTELS DOT COM B. R. B. O. And home away just to name a few the multibillion dollar travel conglomerate however is far less steady than it had appeared to be back in December it ousted. Ceo REPORTEDLY DUE TO DISAGREEMENTS WITH CHAIRMAN. Buried diller and the board over Corporate Strategy Diller who also runs entertainment giant. I A C took over day to day responsibilities along with board vice-chair Peter Kern in February prior to the couvert nineteen onslaught in the US. The company announced what it called disappointing twenty nineteen earnings. It announced plans to lay off three thousand people or about twelve percent of its workforce at the time diller called the company's Sclerotic in bloated sclerotic by the way means rigid or slow to change. Not exactly a compliment. He planned to streamline the business which he believed had become too large and complex by the end of February. The company had put plans in place to save three hundred to five hundred million expenses annually and then the virus which had already been wreaking havoc globally hit the US hard. The effect on the travel industry is beyond devastating the US Travel Association estimates losses of more than five hundred billion dollars in direct travel spending. That's nine times worse than the impact on the travel industry after nine eleven according to Forbes sadly the travel association predicts more than eight million. Us travel industry workers will have lost their jobs by the end of this month. And if the pandemic is devastating most businesses those with fragile foundations like expedia are scrambling to ensure they'll survive last week. Expedia received a promise of a rescue package to private equity firms Apollo global management and silverlake are buying a stake in the company for one point. Two billion dollars that alone however may not be enough to help it withstand the travel slump. So expedia is also borrowing another two billion dollars to give it more liquidity. The company says along with announcing the deal expedia also named Peter Kern as CEO observers say. Kern who has roots in private equity will be well suited to the moment meaning. He'll be comfortable cutting jobs and expenses. The big question of course is not just who will survive. But who will thrive after the pandemic crisis abates and investment in a travel business? Even at CEO prices could be seen as a positive sign. Long-term read Raymond a partner at Apollo Management said in a statement. Expedient is a world class company with an unparalleled collection of online travel brands. He added that the firm which will take a seat on expedience. Board looks forward to collaborating on expedia growth and innovation

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"travelocity" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Of a product that was pre installed as a free trial and sometimes they're not necessarily that big of a deal like if might be a movie editor or some sort of helpful tool but many times these things can just be a cleat like gleaming of trickery if you will like for example the anti virus the preinstalled antivirus trial that disables the free built in antivirus and pops up and says well you have no protection you need to either buy this or could choose accept risk it's like a mafia style type of thing which is a really disgusting and it's it's something that I that the crazy thing is I see this all the time in practically every single big box computer ever seen in the end it's with getting all the junk stuff like the preinstalled Travelocity apple or customer survey tool this that or the other I've I've seen I think I've had a personal friend that one spot a big box computer big mistake and then in the end it took me like close to an hour to clear out all each and everyone of the junk things that were pre loaded from the manufacturer now I'm not saying uninstall the manufacturer utilities because you don't want to risk remove actually removing a system drivers or something essential to the integral functionality of the system like the power management software but it's indeed if you do if you get one of these chances are that you'll find yourself with the system they'll end up running slower than a computer loaded fresh without any of this garbage from a store like refresh computer throw we don't put blow where we'll put junk where we just put a lien raid operate let's get the computer running as best condition possible installation of the latest windows ten on these machines that we sell and so you'd end up probably being a lot happier with the computers that we have a refresh for.

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Marketing and Branding in a Voice-First World

Inside VOICE

12:11 min | 2 years ago

Marketing and Branding in a Voice-First World

"Have with me today. A Sanjiv n John of what Stone Technologies Welcome. Gentlemen on Yes so you guys did a talk earlier today about marketing and branding and a voice I world. Can you talk a little bit about what you guys were explaining in that workshop? So in fact. I'm going to give the JOHNSONS. He was the one that was on the panel. I love it right so There were a number discussed The one of which of course was Discover ability that's top of mind in for most brands agencies marketers is how to. How do you get to the skill of the action in the first place? How do you make people aware of Discover ability on this platform system is still an area. That's very much influx in very much development I know I know that there are teams in Amazon and Google and in Bixby. That are working heavily in that space. Now that said there been some creative solutions around Addressing that that we're discussing the panel including Social Media Marketing to in social media pushes doing time events. For example the rain agency didn't interesting release with The Nike Sneaker Shoe drop that tied in with the halftime show of an NBA game. So you you had a very present call to action and you know the television was informing the home users to use their Alexa. I'm you can't get much more direct than that. Yeah I mean when you're talking about discover ability because that is something that people struggle with. It's just like any other marketing. You have to push it out. How would you suggest people do that on? Social Media Brealey when you're when you're doing on social media for example part of that is just letting somebody know you can now talk to? This brand. Alexa opened my brand right. Or Hey Google talk to my brand. But moreover you can target S- Certain user groups on on facebook you can look for hashtags on twitter You can do more targeted marketing or two people that are interested in more information about the Surface area that your skill touches on and I'll I'll use the term voice application to be a little bit more broad because you know every rightfully so every business us every brand would wants to have as much reaches as possible so they they wanted to be on every platform as possible so I think targeted Campaigns that focus on. Let's say for example. I'll just pull out one case in point. Let's say you have An Agency for balloon rides right then you would be targeting. People that have been searching for a balloon rides in a given area. Maybe you would. You would target like travelocity As a as a marketing platform. So you want to think about you. Know the keywords the demographic that would be likely to use your skill likely to be looking for your skill that makes sense. I mean how important is it for you to also teach these people how to use the scale how to interact with that? You're not only marketing. That hey we have a skill but how do you kind of Tell Them? What is the best way to use it right so he wanted to be as intuitive as possible. So you don't have to teach in the first place so keep the interaction Light quick and direct and deliver value quickly like for example One of the peace process of our platform involves coupon delivery. So Oh so you would engage the user with a set of very quick. Yes no pre qualifying questions to ascertain whether they are interested in the coupon you're offering and whether they're the right target audience but you don't want to Overdo it with a litany of QNA's you want to keep it down to like two or three questions than okay yes It sounds like you're interested in this. Please provide your phone number. And we'll send you a discount code and of course you want to make that Discounts worth it to that person to give up their phone number because of course. That's another piece of personal data so Of course you have your privacy statements. That's you're not going to be solid to third party But with the particular brand at that that's Phone is a phone numbers. Offered up to that particular brand can still use it to do additional reminders. We always in the space. We tend to think voice. I and often forget that it's not necessarily has to be boys exclusive so you can capture that initial data and then keep the conversation going on another platform so you you've got the phone number you then have SMS capabilities. Yeah I like that. You're saying it's not just voice I. It's voice exclusive. Because a lot of people do think I should just doing voice. It's really about integrating with every single thing you're right you want to meet the customer where they want to be met and so if they're coming to you with a on the voice platform certainly. That's where you meet them and you can use the voice platform for doing it with the voices good at like we found. It's good capturing numbers is spoken numbers. It's not very good at capturing spoken letters so even spelling an email address like the letters z could be mistaken for being often is My last name for example spelled I W Z is pronounced. Iwata's what do you think the likelihood of my spoken last name? We'll get transcribed correctly by the smart speaker. Can I don't care which far speaker you're now? The two of you both worked at Microsoft right. How did the tune of you knew? And why did you decide to create this company together so we met in two thousand one when I moved to Philly and we worked at Microsoft consulting services? We've known each other. I nearly twenty years and then we had I think as we went from being co workers to where we actually spent seven years making short films together and then I was between jobs and then John had this idea about doing something with Alexa and I had this sudden thing of going. You know I could go look for a job or you know when I turned seventy. I don't WanNa be sitting on my deathbed going. What if I tried and tried? And and we're we're we're at here. We are and John. John came along for the ride of Your Role. So when you decided to work together is one of you. More technical wants where the vision where the marketing. How do you guys work together? So John John is the so. He's in charge of the architecture. The platform where where we take in this. I'm the Shiny Talker guy you know and so I work. I work on that. We also have. We also have Patty Curry. She's helping us with marketing and strategic initiatives. We have a GUY UP IN BOSTON. Vic South Who's helping us with business? So I love it a little bit so you guys knew each other for a long time. He started this company. But you've been doing film work as well. What do you do? Where did that come into play? Does that have anything to do with the voice? If you're doing as well to well we a lot of the filmmaking. We did was actually around horror comedy and stuff like because we we always found whenever we tried to write a series script. Just started goofing off and so in comedy lights and that kind of Trent but honestly where I think the filmmaking came in with audio is one of the things John and as we started to we we were self taught and I taught myself how to do sound. John taught himself how to be a director photography and as we started getting into the in into working with film you know part of part of making a film is understanding how to tell a story and having a beginning middle and an end and when you think of conversation conversational design. It's the same thing you need to have a beginning a middle and an end and also as you're working with the film one of the biggest components it's actually more I believe it's about sixty to seventy percent of a film is the audio and so when you're making an audio application. There's a lot of crossover audio engineering of how do you? How do you get a person to feel like? They're part of this experience. How do you communicate is it? Are you know when you make your choices? Are you using the voice of the assistant? Are you choosing to use a human just using way files? What kind of you know? Maybe you're mixing some different audio in the background. So there's there's quite a bit of crossover when you really get down to it. Yeah there is an one of the things I love about this voice text base is. It's pulling in so many creatives my background's in dance originally and I do writing. People are writers. They're filmmakers. Why do you think that there is such a big pull of the creative space into this piece of technology more than others? I think everyone wants to live star Trek. Because let's get real. This is what we're starting to see. This is this is star trek this her being able to turn around to the computer and say turn the lights on. Turn the lights off. Phasers on stun right John. Yeah I actually used if this then that to set up an experience on On our speaker so that if I say you know red alert it blinks might Philips Hue Lights Red and and the Star Trek klaxons begin sounding. I mean yeah I agree. It's an interesting. I never thought about it that way. But that makes a Lotta Sense. So what advice do you have four brands? That are considering voice technology. Invoice Skills Abou- where they should start especially when it comes to their marketing component. Let's say they have a skill. They're utilizing capacity. What should they be doing as a brand I? I think starting simple certainly start with a very simple interaction that goes back to earlier statement delivered value quickly to the consumer. Don't involve THEM INTO A LONG-TERM CONVERSATION. Attention spans are fairly short so And used that learning to then build on and augment the skilled use that to determine what customers are looking for where they engage in where they not engaging where they dropping off you know. And it's an iterative process so it's not a one and done deployment. It's an ongoing Is going process? And to build on that We had the experience from releasing a skill that was like a treasurer on adventure story That is like an audio drama. Meets treat hundred venture self guide to story and we had some engagement with it was designed for children. It was written up in in Pc magazine as one of the top one hundred skills for kids But once the skill is finished there's no incentive to return once the person's face the game. There's no new content for them to explore so something to consider and strongly so is. How do you incentivize the person to return to the skill to become a monthly active user? So it comes back to refreshing your content and making sure that contents is. What the user certainly whether you sorta looking for make fresh make it new and put that content creation into the hands of the brand managers because certainly they're going to be the ones that other customers

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"travelocity" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"On time because you're not using it you also don't use any winter wiper fluid and you don't use any oil but now you decide man I got a still working more star Travelocity driving a hundred miles a day maybe more now would you go through all that gas but you also still using up to which a wiper fluid kitchen counter and conditions we need to clean a windchill is standard on it and you burn up well and it's very similar to how nutrients are nobody the nutrients not static the not like something you take in a magically sticks somewhere never get used didn't didn't transfer kind like the gas for yourselves says you increase some of them and that improves your metabolism well then other nutrients now get you step that weren't being used before and so it is kind of like this wave of use and all these nutrients from the body and it's there's no magical rate that they're all being used at so depending on if you're running in a hot environment or cold environment or if it's a human environment that'll determine things like sweat loss and how much B. vitamins and electrolytes you're losing if you're lifting weights versus let's say doing cardio that's going to determine where most was nutrients go if you lose into the skin of to go towards making more muscle so there's a lot of factors that determine the rate of utilization and then you get things like if maybe the food you're eating that you thought was nutrient dense isn't so there's no guarantee there's a vitamin C. in our age but you're a lot of times it whole foods because it sounds good but there's no law that says nutrients have to be in the food right so that's really helpful so okay so if I understand you know what you're saying it's really that this micronutrient stuff is kind of like the foundation of the house and you need to know that that foundation is solid before you even start thinking or talking to worrying about testosterone is that did I get that right absolutely yeah because testosterone figures like the icing on the cake yeah you know you don't go to say give me a cake with just icing only because that is no longer a cake so the people that are out there taking you know testosterone supplements or whatever without having done their homework so to speak and really looking at the micro nutrients they may be putting the cart before the horse here and so what's what's going to happen to them let's say if they're micro nutrient profile isn't right you know when they are deficient on some key things and then they start you know taking supplements to try to boost testosterone will so will the supplements or the process not work for them or will it just because of the problems what happens to if let's say you're taking testosterone to solve a which we think is a testosterone related issue because their testosterone levels may be measured and made may have been low so by taking a testosterone in a feel pretty good the first thirty to ninety days but after that they're gonna hit the consequences of being alone a micronutrients which would still be low because they weren't addressed so over time we gonna feel worse and I wonder how come my body feels great he's taking testosterone how come I don't and is this one point that would it really touch upon I'd like to make is that you know testosterone replacement therapy is a good revenue model for many doctors it does require a lot of their time does require a lot of thinking so essentially go when doctor does one tester to Tess write your script and now he's whacking your credit card every month without having to see you as a testosterone that's not really the type of doctor you want because that's a doctor it's looking at you as changing your money you want a doctor it's gonna take a genuine interest in your health and well being is gonna stick it out with you to figure things out in and when you can kind of decide for like this is a good fit or not with me your relationship with your doctors if the first thing you want to do is put you hunt testosterone that's not a good relationship we should do is figure out why your testosterone is low naturally and then if if not let's say he does some therapies like micronutrient testing and they take some supplements and you don't respond then you would proceed to taking testosterone because you're micronutrients will ready have been addressed okay so this is really fascinating and it's great because I think a lot of people you know are are basically jumping to conclusions about what they need and it sounds like there are a lot of medical professionals who either have financial incentives to not understand this or who may be themselves might not have the the level of training on nutrition so before we even really get into the details of how these testosterone treatments might work I'm a little bit curious to know what are some of the most common symptoms that you see that that would lead you to believe that people might have this problem you know people have quite a full so it's gonna be guys right if they have low testosterone issue so we talk about now on the symptoms they can have could be all kinds of things but the most common ones are we corrections poor sleep patterns declining a libido poor performance in the gym so like to get in we currently losing their insurance it is just a decreased joining with the quality of life what people can do though to prevent all this is make should have a relationship with a doctor is going to commit to testing them and am planning their strategy based on the actual lab results as opposed to rushing ahead and putting them on testosterone right away and do you ever see circumstances where somebody is exhibiting low testosterone and just by solving the nutrient problems testosterone sort of fixes itself what do they always need to do a second step well Sir if we address the nutrient issues in the vast majority guys like over ninety percent they won't be discussed row there's always the oldest is the guide it maybe as testicular damage it doesn't know it well then no supplements are gonna fix that.

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"travelocity" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Probably mostly around new years you're going to see this as I mentioned but I I don't know if we missed year Ravin seen a story similar to this and I have to wonder how one would react now it's one thing if you know what's up right totally but if you were to go ahead and do some traveling and he needed to get you need to get a hotel when you're on the apps you know Travelocity or whatever and you walk blindly into this situation I can't imagine that frankly it's going to be always well received telling you about this traveler in California to get the family they check into double tree which is a Helton those run by Hilton and they don't think anything of it and then all of a sudden they start noticing that everyone around and have in an amazingly good time and amazingly good time in the restaurant and amazingly good time in the hallway an amazingly good time in the hot tub quote there was a hot tub and there was a bunch of crazies in the hot tub that's when I knew what was up this according to the article posed by fox forty of us Sacramento I'm the man says quote people that are spending good money to stay to help we should be aware of what's going on under their nose especially if they have families so the dudes cheese did Helton because what was going on was a giant new year's eve swinger is party and the majority the hotel was booked up but they still had other rooms now to the hotel's credit they'd said that they did attempt to partition to the extent that you can't if you're not double trees pretty standard hotel right talkin PL double tree court yard pretty standard hotels so I don't know how you gonna keep everyone away list pressure from a where they're staying with the exception of maybe carving out one floor for folks that are not there but at the end of the day is only so many a shared facilities and eight hundred people were part of the event the event also included when you get into common spaces shared spaces ten thousand feet of clothing optional dance space and a dungeon room with swings and I'll let you figure out what kind of swings well this guy calls a bullet complains there any calls appealed and Hilton wouldn't give his money back and said you know ultimately they have they they are what they care about doing from a company perspective and I'm quoting we do not discriminate against any individual or group and our goal is to provide a welcoming and safe environment for all guests visiting our hotel get it if it was a smaller van or maybe they had like maybe they you just had a floor and everything was on the one floor eight hundred W. eight hundred people there how many okay rooms or even in a double tree now granted do you have any it I get it you're gonna start people like cord wood but they're signing up to be stacked like cordwood so you're probably not getting any push back there I don't know at that point how you even have other rooms laugh but I I I maybe when it's the overwhelming majority of everyone who's there you got to step back and wonder of five maybe we should say something but at this point doesn't look like I held is going to budge on this I had a dog in this fight engine frankly I don't really care because I don't have so I didn't stay there and you know alternately people wanna is seven hundred ninety nine other best friends together and run out of hotels so they can you could room hop my to judge but there you go are we allowed to other weirdness as new year's eve always tends to bring including a giant fired a nudist resort no no that really happened except twenty here where it is you might start wondering all that.

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Low-Cost Airline JetBlue, Known for Service, Creates No-Frills Fare

Business Wars Daily

04:01 min | 2 years ago

Low-Cost Airline JetBlue, Known for Service, Creates No-Frills Fare

"From wondering I'm David Brown. And this is business worse daily on November twenty second happy Friday friends. Oh the irony. Sometimes we have to wonder if branding execs big companies have any self awareness at all. Recently jet blue. The low cost airline with reputation for comfortable cabins great free Wifi and better snacks announced a new basic fair. You know the cheap fares that are so spartan they're borderline painful NFL. The move has been met mostly with disgust. One man commented on linked in that jetblue has quote finally sold. What's left of their sold? The devil many others has responded that the company has followed its competition in a race to the bottom and this is where close observers should be shaking their heads because just three months ons ago. JETBLUE launched a new ad campaign with the tagline. Just all right doesn't fly here The campaign was intended to call all attention to what ad age savelly called all. That's wrong with modern flying starring. The alright brothers fictional alter egos of the Wright brothers the ads. Poke Fun at Well pretty much every other airline. Take a listen while the brothers revolutionize the way we traveled all ever have different plans for the airline industry. And what's the least weekend. Let's do that. Let's just say communication wasn't really that thank me. It's the time we're in the air any other questions issues but this campaign could backfire in the wake of Jet Blues Latest move to offer its new basic blue fair. The airline's new low cost service will offer bargain basement prices for tickets that provide mostly bargain-basement amenities. Customers will either have to pay for seat assignments or wait until twenty twenty four hours before their flight to choose a seat for free. Blue basic tickets are non refundable and non transferrable even for frequent flyers. JETBLUE president president. Joanna Garrity argues that yet basic fair but it's a kinder gentler one unlike its rivals jet blue will still allow budget flyers. A full-size carry on but with a last-minute choices one has to wonder whether a suitcase will fit in overhead bin. The company argues that it has no choice but to offer no no frills fares in an email to the Washington Post jetblue spokesman Philip Stewart wrote with competitors now offering basic economy on many routes. We fly customer behavior. Hager's suggests our success is at risk if we do not disrupt this market by lowering fares without sacrificing the experience which raises two questions one. Is it really possible to offer a kinder gentler. no-frills ticket and to digest blue. Really have no choice if it is to continue to compete well to I. Jet Blue certainly hopes to convince flyers that it's new basic blue isn't as harsh as say spirit airlines which charges for everything from seat selection to a snack snack to the second. Well a convincing argument could be made in jet blues favor. According to Garrity online travel sites like expedia and travelocity acidy or pushing travelers to choose cheapest fares without considering the flying experience. And what those tickets provide or don't last year long before for this launch. She told investors that she hopes jet. Blues New Fares will attract those price conscious shoppers and that after reeling them in with cheap prices the experience of a flying jetblue would win them over presumably converting them into repeat customers but just how persuasive is that we have no choice argument travel travel industry analyst. Henry Heartfelt told The Washington Post that jetblue customers don't appear to be requesting the basic fares rather he says it seems to be a defensive offensive move one intended to reclaim market share and revenue now going to other Ikano class airlines but right after jetblue

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"travelocity" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

05:55 min | 3 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"You also don't use any winter wiper fluid and you don't use any oil but now you decide man I got a I work in more star Travelocity driving a hundred miles a day maybe more now would you go through all that gas but you also still using up to which a wiper fluid kitchen counter and conditions we need to clean a windchill is standard on it and you burn up well and it's very similar to how nutrients are nobody the nutrients not static they're not like something you take in a magically sticks somewhere never get used didn't didn't transfer kind like the gas for yourselves says you increase some of them and that improves your metabolism well then other nutrients now get used up that weren't being used before and so it is kind of like this wave of use and all these nutrients from the body and it's there's no magical rate that they're all being used at so depending on if you're running in a hard environment or cold environments or if it's a human environment that'll determine things like sweat loss and how much B. vitamins and electrolytes you're losing if you're lifting weights versus let's say doing cardio that's going to determine where most was nutrients girl if you lose into the skin if they go towards making more muscle so there's a lot of factors that determine the rate of utilization and then you get things like if maybe the food you're eating that you thought was nutrient dense isn't so there's no guarantee there's a vitamin C. in our age but you're a lot of times the whole foods because it sounds good but there's no law that says nutrients have to be in the food right so that's really helpful so okay so if I understand you know what you're saying it's really that this micronutrient stuff is kind of like the foundation of the house and you need to know that that foundation is solid before you even start thinking or talking to worrying about testosterone is that did I get that right absolutely yeah because testosterone to give us like the icing on the cake yeah you know you don't go to say give me a cake with just icing only because that is no longer a cake so the people that are out there taking you know testosterone supplements or whatever without having done their homework so to speak and really looking at the micro nutrients they may be putting the cart before the horse here and so what's what's going to happen to them let's say if they're micro nutrient profile isn't right you know when they're deficient on some key things and then they start you know taking supplements to try to boost testosterone will will the supplements or the process not work for them or will it just because of the problems what happens to if let's say you're taking testosterone to solve a what you think is a testosterone really the issue because their testosterone levels may be measured and made may have been low so by taking a testosterone in a feel pretty good the first thirty to ninety days but after that they're gonna hit the consequences of being alone a micronutrients which would still be low because they weren't addressed so over time we gonna feel worsening a wonder how come my body feels great he's taking testosterone how come I don't and is this one point that would it really touch upon I'd like to make is that you know testosterone replacement therapy is a good revenue model for many doctors it does require a lot of their time does require a lot of thinking so essentially go when doctor does one tester to Tess write your script and now he's whacking your credit card every month without having to see you a writer testosterone that's not really the type of doctor you want because that's a doctor's looking at you as changing your money you want a doctor it's gonna take a genuine interest in your health and well being is gonna stick it out with you to figure things out and and when you can kind of decide for like this is a good fit or not with me your relationship with your doctors if the first thing you want to do is put you hunt testosterone that's not a good relationship we should do is figure out why your testosterone is low naturally and then if if not let's say he does some therapies like micronutrient testing and they take some supplements and you don't respond then you would proceed to taking testosterone because sure micronutrients will ready have been addressed okay so this is really fascinating and it's great because I think a lot of people you know are are basically jumping to conclusions about what they need and it sounds like there are a lot of medical professionals who either have financial incentives to not understand this or who may be themselves might not have the the level of training on nutrition so before we even really get into the details of how these testosterone treatments might work I'm a little bit curious to know what are some of the most common symptoms that you see that that would lead you to believe that people might have this problem no people have quite at four so it's gonna be guys right if they have low testosterone issue so we talk about now on the symptoms they can have could be all kinds of things but the most common ones are we corrections poor sleep patterns declining a libido poor performance in the gym so like to get in we currently losing their insurance it is just a decreased joined with the quality of life what people can do though to prevent all this is make should have a relationship with a doctor is going to commit to testing them and am planning their strategy based on the actual lab results as opposed to rushing ahead and putting them on testosterone right away and do you ever see circumstances where somebody is exhibiting low testosterone and just by solving the nutrient problems testosterone sort of fixes itself what do they always need to do a second step so if we address the nutrient issues in the vast majority guys like over ninety percent they won't need testosterone there's always the oldest is the guide it maybe as testicular damage it doesn't know it well then no supplements are.

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"travelocity" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"And it's hi I wanna talk about buying clothes in a second but I just want to talk a little bit about getting flights on. well there's a lot of travel websites like Expedia and Orbitz and. Travelocity I guess there's I mean there's there must be a great business because there's like ten of these things and you know I have a I I'm I have a lot of experience traveling. and I really don't use these websites a lot if I'm buying if I'm getting a hotel room I'm more likely to use it if I'm getting a hotel because you know I use Expedia and I get Expedia points in the points add up after a while in that does sort of make a difference. now but if you have flights over one of these travel aggregators stand to be they become really difficult to change if something goes wrong I recommend. not using the sites I recommend getting flights you know at United dot com or a a dot com American Airlines or whatever and I recommend getting hotels through the hotel website because they generally give you the most flexibility to change or cancel once you buy off of Expedia you're kind of locked in and I've I've kind of found this out the hard way a long time ago so anyway how to buy clothes. you know I'm a little bit of a clothes horse in this all this wasn't always the case. hi my fashions for so you know military I think military guys have bad fashion sense is gonna come out and say it and I think Coast Guard guys in particular have really bad fashion sense I was I was on Facebook this about a month ago and it was a picture of some of my classmates from the Coast Guard academy there is four five in the picture and may had first all these called dad hats now if you don't know dad hats or the hats with a curved bill right the call him dad had sent a note they used to call before just hats. and they're wearing you know the the combo where you have the short sleeve T. shirt over the long sleeve T. shirt and the acid washed jeans and you know yeah I mean that was nineteen ninety four so was struck in nineteen ninety four and I'm I'm really fashion conscious eyes you know I I subscribe to a magazine called the rake which is an incredible magazine I. G. Q. G. Q. sucks so bad it is the worst magazine of all time I gave up on that garbage along kind of if you want if you want to read about fashion if you want to read about clothes and culture and not have to read all this political crap. then read the rake I am telling you this is a life hack and it's not that expensive it's like seventy two box you get six issues a year they're like books they're huge I mean it's it's amazing it's amazing anyway I buy nice stuff yeah I I have nice casual stuff I have nice stress stuff I have my shoes and the one thing that I have consistently found is that the nice stuff last for ever last a really long time. the shirts that I get the dress shirts I get of brand called eaten E. T. O. N.. and I bought a bunch of these shirts over the years and I've never had one way around they do not I've been doing I've been buying them for eight years and they just do not wear out their indestructible I mean typically what happens is I get fat and then I can't wear them and then I give them to my nephew yeah I can't wear the slim fit anymore but I these they just don't wear out I've been buying them for seven years none of the show I have nice shoes none of the shoes have ever worn out by the way. if you have a nice pair shoes. and you run through the soles then just don't throw out the shoes just getting resold in one of the great things in life. is to have a cobbler shoe repair guy that is good at repairing shoes I mean this is you know you'll pay if you have an expensive pair shoes you'll pay sixty or seventy Bucks to get them re sold and you can continue to wear the shoes for ten fifteen twenty years so it's really really a good deal some of my suits have worn now I've I've lost a couple of suits one way but there's a balance right so you don't want to spend too much money we want to get stuff that's an expensive but you don't want to get stuff that is so cheap that it won't last and I think the target here I think the target here is you want to get close that last for seven years. seven years is like one cycle in fashion after seven years is going to be out today anyway just for example like I have some suits they had very skinny lapels their flat front they have no coughs well guess what seven years later what's in big fat lapels.

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Those $#@!% hidden travel website fees

Talking Tech

05:30 min | 3 years ago

Those $#@!% hidden travel website fees

"Hiring isn't easy but there is one place you can go where hiring is simple in smart that place is ziprecruiter where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates candidates try it for free at Ziprecruiter. Dot Com Slash Tech Talk Ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire so how how did a hotel room offers one hundred thirty seven dollars a night for two nights turn into three hundred and seventy three dollars and thirty eight cents. You guessed it hidden fees vs to travel. Websites are notorious for hooking you in with great offers only to see them. Balloon is something you didn't agree to in the first place which I'm guessing is because they just think you'll just say oh. I can't take it anymore and you'll surrender while in the interest of saving aggravation and time and perhaps becoming more savvy traveler. Here's some tips for what to look for when you visit these top travel sites. I'm Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking tech. Let's begin with hot wire. You all know hot wire. It's site picks up unused hotel room inventory and sells it at a promise discount without telling you the exact name of the property before you book so I found a two nights stated downtown hotel in Seattle in one hundred and thirty seven dollars a night but then it grew to 373 because as hot wire tacked on ninety five dollars and thirty eight cents tax recovery and fee surcharge the explanation quote we retain our service fees fees as compensation in servicing your travel reservation and that's fine. If you really really really save money not here expedia this this is the dominant site for airline tickets and hotel rooms. It also owns hotels DOT COM hotwired travelocity enter vago but it does and it doesn't appear to tack on fees but you really need to be on your toes. When you're booking for instance. I found a hotel in New York City for one hundred nineteen dollars a night two nights plus twenty one dollars in nine cents for taxes that you come to two hundred and fifty nine dollars by my estimations but expedient checkout put us at two hundred eighty dollars what we missed it. I we were supposed to multiply both the roommate and the taxes by to also be on the lookout for great airline Fares on expedient but do note the airport listed. I I try to book a flight to Seattle from Los Angeles International Airport to quote was a hundred and sixty nine nine dollars. Round trip sat at unbelievable versus the average of three hundred dollars and up on the other airlines again this is from lax but once I clicked on enough buttons to get to the cart art the flight actually originated from Ontario airport some sixty miles away from my home not airbnb the Discount Hotel Hotel alternative got a well-deserved reputation for offering lower priced overnight stays in the ire of the hotel industry but as far as I'm concerned. It's never cheaper on Airbnb because the fees that's how a ninety six dollar townhouse in San Diego for two nights got to three hundred and eight dollars dollars. One third of the cost was fees fifty eight dollars for cleaning thirty two dollars. I service and twenty six dollars in taxes of the service. FEE AIRBNB says this helps us run our platform and offer services like twenty four seven support on your trip finally booking dot com the hotel prices here are pretty pretty straightforward. Even though you have to navigate your way through secret deals offers the discount the hotel slightly sometimes paying off so a room for two nights in Las Vegas biggest home in the notorious resort that consumers hate paying is simple a hundred and seventy eight dollars. I like how booking added the two nights together to show. Show me what I actually be paying plus thirty three dollars and eighteen cents tax again both night taxes were combined then the dreaded dreaded seventy dollar resort fee bringing the TAB to two hundred eighty one dollars and eighteen cents. At least. I know what booking dot com if I don't do it in Las Vegas. It's kind of a likely I'm going to get a resort earthy. What can consumers do not a lot except complain loudly heap added folks and maybe they'll change their ways. I'm Jefferson Jefferson Graham. You have any other ideas love to hear from you on twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick it from the world attack hiring can be a slow process cafe tour. Zeo Dylan Moskowitz needed to hire a director of coffee for his organic coffee company but was having trouble finding qualified applicants so he switched Ziprecruiter ziprecruiter technology finds people with the right experience and invites invites them to apply to your job. Dylan posted his job on Ziprecruiter and was impressed by how quickly he had qualified candidates apply and in just a few days he found and his new director of coffee with results like that. It's no wonder four out of five employers who post on Ziprecruiter get a qualified candidate within the first day see see why Ziprecruiter is effective for businesses of all sizes. Try Ziprecruiter for free at our web address. ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash tech talk. That's ZIPRECRUITER RECRUITER DOT COM slash T. E. C. H. T. A. L. 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"travelocity" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on KGO 810

"Before is it around here I don't think I've ever heard from the top like that I heard that song quite a bit though often enough I should say I don't know what what is the name of that song I'm a consumer to consumer by the troubled okay sorry Sir that's a good to say that you learned some every day so I I'm just introducing you on the live line insurgency remained whites mom we were talking to him just a moment ago I ask him to hang around and talk about travel insurance I like travel insurance what's your take well it depends there's two kinds of the kind I was reading about a my story was the kind that when he'd get done buying your airline ticket at the very end this is how I would you like to protect this investment you've just made it's highly recommended to protect your trip that's the one that was looked into by a group called checkbook dot org and I think you talk to them regularly and that's the one the people really need to worry about the ones were your booking these trips to the sites like the airline sites or prison Travelocity and that kind of thing and the and the for almost a shame you really pricing pressure you into it trying to buy this insurance so here's a what it says on the with the if you click no on the orbit site it says quote I understand but declining this coverage that I may be responsible for cancellation fees and delays exploring Spence's either personally or through alternate cover and one to one reminded me that your flight is not protected over forty three point five million dollars worth of chips canceling twenty seventeen without insurance so they give me an even give me a chance to reconsider my you know I would do believer that insurance is there to protect you for some loss that you.

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"travelocity" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Stretch every dollar for you every single day coming up later when a kid is sick how in the world do you decide what's wrong and if you should head to the pediatrician well I got some information for you you might really like in just a few minutes talk right now about something that is a deadly topic and that is when you die which is something that well I know this is really news to you in a shocked we're all gonna pass away some day yeah it's true we're not a mortal right it's something we find uncomfortable talking about and so I have tried over the decades to encourage people to sign up for their local nonprofit funeral and memorial society so they don't leave a burden on their family members to try to find reasonable prices and know what you want at the time you die is through these funeral memorial societies use group buying power to get deals but no matter how much I talk about it it's just too uncomfortable for people but then all of a sudden somebody ups and dies on you right and let's say you're the one grieving is you are trying to figure out how to handle arrangements for a loved one the funeral industry is expert using your grief and or guilt to run up the budget on you run up the cost on you on a funeral and do you know the wall his required for ever they're priceless be readily made available to you but the industry overwhelmingly doesn't comply so they will have this whole like very serious tone in very empathetic kind of manner and it may be totally legit with the empathy but their job is like any other commission sales person to get you to buy this that and the other so now there are two outside services they will help you shop for this service is that your loved one may have wanted or you think they want one of them I talked about when was just cranking up quite awhile back funeral lost city funeral last city dot com kinda like Travelocity but funeral I city and.

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"travelocity" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on KGO 810

"The consumer ran Weisbaum. There's a good song for you her. What what shot I've ever heard that song before Brandon plays it around here? I don't think I've ever heard it from the top like that. I've heard he lays out song quite a bit though, often enough I should say what what is the name of that song. A consumer. Oh, consumer by the Travolta's. Okay. Sorry. Well, that's a good to say that you learn something every day. So. I just introducing you on the live line served. Consumer man wide swath. We were talking to him just a moment ago. I asked him to hang around and talk about travel insurance. I like travel insurance. What's your take? Well, it depends. There's two kinds. So the kind I was reading about my story was a kind that when he'd get done buying your airline ticket at the very end of his. Hi, would you like to protect this investment? You've just made it's highly recommended to protect your trip. That's the one that was looked into by group called checkbook dot org. I think you talked to them regularly, and that's the one that people really need to worry about the ones where your booking trips through the sites like the airline site to orbison Travelocity, and that kind of thing, and they and they even almost shame. You really I think you would try to buy this insurance. Here's what it says on real with the if you click no on the orbit site. It says, quote, I understand by declining this coverage that I may be responsible for cancellation fees and delays expenses either personally or through alternate cover and one one of reminded me that your flight.

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"travelocity" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Travel news online travel agency Expedia group says United Airlines has threatened to withhold fair data as soon as next week as part of a faltering contract talks between the companies that would stop Expedia ability to sell you at flights for trips after September thirtieth the travel said in a lawsuit filed in federal court in New York. It would also Expedia is ability to change areas. That are already booked the agency has sold about two thousand tickets for United flights after September thirtieth. According to the filing Expedia owns the orbits, cheap tickets hot wire and Travelocity brands amongst others that should tell you something. The lawsuit adds to a longstanding battle between airlines and travel agents over the cost of distributing tickets carriers have tried to get more travelers to book directly similar to Southwest Airlines programs in two thousand seventeen JetBlue Airways removed its peers from a dozen online agencies to reduce selling costs United. Contract dates to two thousand twelve and was quote, reaffirmed after negotiations in two thousand thirteen and two thousand sixteen Expedia says the lawsuit which was partially redacted in August airline, quote demanded to renegotiate the terms of the contract which had more than a year to go. Alleging that United had breached the contract Expedia seeking to restrain the Chicago based carrier from removing it's fair data travel agencies such as Expedia and medicine is sites like. Has sold seventy million United tickets in two thousand eighteen Boeing has announced a partnership with area on.

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"travelocity" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"travelocity" Discussed on KGO 810

"Com, spokeswoman Christine circus joins us. Welcome to go Christine. Happy to be here gave us a general idea of what smarter travel offers. Okay. So smarter travel is a sort of one stop shop for both tips and advice about travel, and I'm like inspiration kind of stuff. So. You know, you're just not sure where you wanna go. And you just want to have a great vacation. That's what we think about all day every day. So we can help. And that's why we've had to travel on the go so many times. Now here are examples of articles at smarter travel dot com right now start with what you consider major travel trends, but this year. So major travel trends is is a great and very broad category. It's so I think one of the things that really stands out are the sort of trips of a lifetime that we're seeing come about this year. So one great one is there's in the realm of group trips is there's this tracking elephant like you're going on an elephant migration along with the elephants novel. God a new trips from wilderness travel. It's eleven days pitching through Botswana's, and Bob way, the falls, and that's just not big, right? That's a big bucket list making thing to do. In two thousand ten. Another great thing to do. And she doesn't might team and it's actually come down. It's still kind of expensive that it's come down in price. A lot is Antarctica to Antarctica. It used to be you couldn't do it for less than ten thousand dollars. And that's before flights, right? So pretty out of range for most people, but now pity like celebrity cruises has into the nineteen cruises that are sort of between twenty seven hundred dollars and four thousand dollars per person, not cheap. But that's where two week trip that takes you sort of you know, into enterprise gets. It's this incredible experience that before with really out of range of those people now when a portion of the federal government was shut down for thirty five days and could be again, by the way. What should we do when air traffic control delays airports? Well, I think that's the key thing to do is to download the app. This is I recently had to travel and one of our columnists at Perkins wrote up this thing, and I saw it and downloaded it and it made a huge difference because it allowed me to look at the TSA wait time. So that the screening times which helped me plan my journey, both, you know, going going to went to New York and coming back. It made a huge difference. I take you do one thing do that. What a great see. This is what I'm talking about this way, I love smarter travel so much because these great tips are in there. I mean, I'm just covering a few of them that I that the the whole page after page of great ideas places to go things to do. Now. This is a good one because I've often wondered about this, and you know, the millions and millions of people that go looking for cheap, airfare smarter travel has selected. It's ten best flight search sites for booking cheap travel. What criteria first of all do you use? And what were the ten best starting with the best? So so the criteria is it has to be easy to use. It has to be pretty comprehensive. It has to offer a a good sort of range of of flights. And so what we came up with was Travelocity Expedia cheapo air, which maybe people no less lessons, but it's a good one on Tripadvisor slights it dot com. One travel travel zoo Google flights kayak and memento. Yeah. They've never heard of it. But it's it's one you've added to the ten best. Yeah. And neither all you know, you can't go wrong. And usually, you know, another tip is to don't just stop at one look at two to three because you may be finding different different things on on the different sites and another tip that sort of emai- airfare Rome is to make sure you're getting the best deals. Sign up for airfare alerts. It's you know, these you you tell them what you are looking for. And they deliver on deals when they find them to your to your inbox. It's pretty useful airfare watchdog, which is one of the murder travel sister sites..

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