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Monthly Archives: January 2020

Parking Penguins

The coronavirus outbreak and subsequent lockdowns and social distancing has encouraged normally reticent wildlife to explore human space.

Here, from USA Today:

An African Penguin walks in the parking lot of an empty restaurant, close to popular Boulders Beach, in Simonstown on April 14, 2020, in Cape Town, South Africa. This beach is closed due to the continuing lockdown across South Africa, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. South African President Cyril Ramaphos prolonged by a further 14 days a three-week national lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Perhaps he’s interested in some striping work?

(Image credit: RODGER BOSCH, AFP VIA USA TODAY & GETTY IMAGES)

Island Syndrome

In light of this evolution, parking managers, public transit managers, even car sharing managers should consider rebranding themselves as “Mobility Managers”. Mobility Managers leverage their particular platform, such as a parking facility, to capture a share, a piece of the customer journey. So what if it's just a share? Isn't it better to have a piece of something rather than all of nothing?Continue reading

Splinter

David Pogue, personal technology correspondent for the New York Times, is tasked with the challenge of reviewing the continual torrent of new technologies. His analogy on their advances is apt. “Things don’t replace things; they just splinter,” Pogue said in his November 24, 2010 column. “I can’t tell you how exhausting it is to keep hearing pundits say that some product is the ‘iPhone killer’ or the ‘Kindle killer.’ Listen, dudes: The history of consumer tech is branching, not replacing.”Continue reading

Actually Count the Money

Actually Count the Money - Everything going into – or out of – a count room should be counted. The vault at the failed FNBE is equivalent to our parking and transportation count rooms. A manager or supervisor should have been checking a count employee (like Ms. Myers) before and after the count to verify that no extraneous and unnecessary items (say, like baggies and tape) are going into the count room and nothing unauthorized (say, like cash) is exiting the count room. Continue reading
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