It was quite possibly the best College World Series parking spot that you have ever found. Arriving downtown much earlier than normal, you lucked into a free parking spot just two blocks from the venue. One of about 20 spots next to a construction site, when the crew left after working the early morning shift, you were one of the lucky drivers who slipped into the open spot. As you were leaving the early game, your husband was just arriving for the late game. As the parking gods were shining down on you once again, you called your husband and told him to check the location intelligence software on his phone and drive to where you were at. As soon as he arrived, you pulled out and let him in. Two games in a row, zero spent on parking!
Say what you want, but location intelligence software comes in pretty handy when it comes to finding family members.
Digital Location Is Useful for a Vari
Traveling is an exciting thing – and often a thing that is much needed not only for our mental health (as some time off of work is only healthy), but for broadening our horizons as well. Of the Baby Boomer generation, more than twenty five percent – more than a full quarter – had plans in the making to take some sort of domestic and multi generational trip. And three out of every four of travelers in the United States have plans in the works for a weekend trip (a weekend getaway) to relax on for this up and coming winter, though it is still a good many months away as of the current date.
If you are planning to travel or have traveled before in the past, it is likely that you know all that goes into planning a vacation or even just a weekend getaway. As hotel trends have kept track of, the place that people choose to stay while on a vacation is a particularly important component, with hotel trends showing that the average traveler will conduct nearly twenty research sessions (ofte