You may be aware of Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Group’s attempt to create an American domestic airline to go with their Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Australia airlines. I’ve made a couple blog posts about the airline in the past. Virgin Group was not the majority owner of Virgin America. Based on some articles I read online, there is a federal law that prohibits foreign companies from owning a majority share of a US airline. So American venture capitalists owned the majority of the airline. Continue reading “Alaska Airlines versus Virgin America”
A year and a half ago, I blogged about how Electronic Arts was about to release the third version of the “The Sims” video game for Windows and Mac computers.
I saw the new 11th “Star Trek” movie at an AMC theater yesterday. The fairly large screening room was practically full of people and there were few open seats. And this was a 10 AM showing on a Saturday. At the end of the movie, there were many people clapping. A couple of co-workers also enjoyed the movie.
I recently had a chance to fly Virgin America and noticed some changes since the first time. I did happen to talk to another passenger on the same flight who said that they preferred Virgin America so much that they were on the flight even though it wasn’t flying to their actual destination. They were going to take a train after the flight to go to their actual destination.
Keep reading to find out what changes I noticed this time around.
Yes, I’m still planning on that web site redesign I haven’t done yet.
In the meantime, here’s my opinion on the Nintendo DS Lite I recently bought.