You know those people who think they’re “totally cool” because they travel all the time for work… flying here-there-and-everywhere in an attempt to boost their company’s
write offs bottom line while simultaneously boosting their egos in the process because, AND I QUOTE: “once you become a traveling employee it means that you get all sorts of perks, the company pays for like everything, and I get to like see the whole world – well at least the Midwest and some of the Western United States.”
For the record: his name was not Glenn and he did not have a brain the size of a pea, nor did he work for a big pharma company that sold stiff-dick pills. Nope, he was not, nor did he do any of these things.
But I digress. Over the past few months I’ve done quite a bit of traveling mee-self: New York, Savannah, Atlanta, Kansas City, San Francisco, and ohhh, wait for it – I’m currently in New Zealand working with a client (Pocketweb.com) on a soon-to-be disclosed product that
may will change the world.
By the way, the difference between me and “not Glenn” is that everything we spend on travel comes out of our own pockets so expenditures usually include home-stays with your big bro, lots of meetings that involve coffee, eating granola bars and other pre-packaged goods, and 3-star hotels – this is not the lap of luxury people. No, no, this is full-force “passing the savings along to our clients.”
What has all of this traveling done for me? Well, I’m glad you asked! In addition to giving me
places to check in on Foursquare, and things to Tweet about business leads, it has made me a “sort of” connoisseur when it comes to most tech-friendly airports.
So, for those of you that have the distinct pleasure of finding yourself stuck in Kansas City or Oklahoma because approaching tornadoes will not let you leave the premises, or you just happen to be flying through Amsterdam to
smoke some pot meet a client in London, you are in luck! Check out our full list by downloading TECHiest Airports. And if you aren’t cool enough don’t have a Mac, you may just want to peruse the screen shot below: