Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, September 24, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Airline Industry Feels Wi-Fi is as Integral to Flight Experience as Wings
Link to blog on Jalopnik:

2) iOS 8 Randomizes MAC Address: Is It the Beginning of the End for Wi-Fi Tracking?
Link to blog from Human Recognition Systems:


3) Galileo's Two Giant Steps Back
Link to article in GPS World:


4) How Traffic Enforcement Could Play Out on Roads of the Future
Link to article on autoblog:


5) Travel Search Sites Fight Proposed US DOT Ruling
Link to article on TravelMole:

6) Study: Automotive Suppliers Lack Well-Defined Social Media Plan
Link to article in automotiveIT:


7) Confidential Meetings of Tacoma, Seattle Ports May Violate Open Meetings Act
Link to article in The News Tribune:


8) 'Drink Responsibly' Campaigns Found to be Ineffective
Link to article in The Johns Hopkins News-Letter:


9) Accident Victim Says In-Car Emergency Call System Failed Him
Link to story on WMAQ-TV:


10) New York City Officials Denounce Anti-Islam Transit Ads
Link to AP article:

11) British Writer Complains About New York Subway Map, Signage
Link to commentary in The Guardian:


12) iPhone 6 Has Car Bluetooth Problems
Link to story on CNNMoney:

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Today in Transportation History    
1564 **450th anniversary** William Adams, the first Englishman to visit Japan, was born in Gillingham, England.

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