In a week where Wall Street has gone haywire, and Hurricane Ike made it to the Midwestern part of the United States creating a whole bunch of mischief, this has been a week at Gadling for waxing nostalgic and feeling gushy.
- Scott took us on a trip down memory lane with his post on vintage airline commercials.
- Matthew got all poetic on his cup of ramen noodles, and told us just how to jazz up our own bowl of the good stuff.
- Jeremy gave us a up close and personal look at the architectural gem of Grand Central as part of his new series, “The Undiscovered New York.”
- Heather lamented a bit for the good old days of air travel when there were decent layovers and when airline food service was adequate enough to make both the flight crews and the passengers happy.
- And, Meg pointed out one way Portland, Oregon remembers its history through horses–fake horses that can be found at various locations about town.
As for me, personally, I’m feeling nostalgic about electricity. We haven’t had it at my house since last Sunday. Of course, I realize this is a minor nusance. The upside is that electricity has been a great conversation starter as of late–as in, “Do you have any?”