EDITOR'S NOTE

Targeted Texting

4/8/2008
A few months back, I was standing on a trade show floor being shown a demo for a new form of e-marketing: targeted text messaging.
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Millenial Generation

11/1/2007
The year was 1999, and the technology and business worlds were buzzing with Y2K predictions of doom and gloom. Meanwhile, at computer terminals everywhere, a far more lasting change was taking place --one that would have the most profound impact on technology and business in decades. Scores of youth were logging on to their PCs and connecting with the world.
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Legislating lunch

10/1/2007
While enjoying an entirely devilish flourless chocolate torte over lunch at last month's Restaurant Executive Summit, a conversation sprung up about proposed government legislation that would require restaurants to make nutritional information available to guests; and it doesn't stop there. The push to ban ingredients containing trans-fats is gaining momentum, with legislation proposed in 16 states.
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Go Big Green

9/1/2007
Not since April 22, 1970, when 20 million Americans took to the streets to protest for a cleaner environment has "going green" be so en vogue.
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2007 POS Software Scoreboard

7/1/2007
For the past three years, Hospitality Technology has published an annual Point of Sale Software Scoreboard with its July/August issue. The Scoreboard is based on results of a survey that asks HT readers and other IT users to evaluate POS software systems on a variety of criteria.
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To Pump or Not to Pump

6/1/2007
No one loves a fast, sporty car more than me. I've often mused about strapping into a Jaguar XK Convertible or a Corvette Z06. These days, I drive the ultimate hot car: the Toyota Corolla S-type.
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A Web for Mom

5/1/2007
I have a plea this year for Mother's Day. In honor of moms everywhere, I implore all companies with an online presence to up their games.
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Business Buzzword

4/1/2007
The hospitality industry, as with most others, is rife with buzzwords, jargon and acronyms. From nine to five, we effortlessly speak in such tongues that our families would find us profoundly unintelligible, smiling blankly back from across the dinner table.
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