Do You See What I See?
Whether you’re in New York City riding the S Shuttle or in San Francisco riding the Muni trains, you can’t help but notice that Ask.com has a few questions for you. Why is New York City called the Big Apple? Why is the Statue of Liberty green? How many people ride the subway each day? What’s the oldest running restaurant? When did Alcatraz close? What’s the fastest way to get across town? Why are...
It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's a...Train?
Something about this NYC Subway S train looks familiar, can’t quite put our finger on it… Happy Friday! —Ask.com
I GET to Tell You About This
Last week in this space, I mentioned that Ask.com traveled to Phoenix to attend a forum on new strategies and best practices in Customer Experience. All in all, over a dozen conference sessions were presented, but one of them really stands out in my mind. After serving a full career culminating as the chief of the US Army Corps of Engineers, Gen. Robert Van Antwerp (Ret.) entered the private...