I had my first experience driving for Lyft yesterday. I’ve tried to drive for the alternative to Uber for a while now, but I’ve never had any requests. I pulled up the app yesterday and in Rider mode – Lyft uses the same app for both rider and driver – I saw that to get … Continue reading “How driving for Lyft compares to Uber”
I took this photo near the Washington County Forty West Landfill.
Lyft, the ridesharing alternative to Uber, is now available in the city of Hagerstown. This means that if you need a ride to Walmart, the Valley Mall, or anywhere else, you can utilize the services of Lyft. Even if you need a ride to Baltimore or Washington DC, you can now take a Lyft to … Continue reading “Lyft is now in Hagerstown”
Uber is increasing its booking fee by 20 to 35 cents. A booking fee is a fee Uber charges the rider on each ride. The driver does not receive any of this money. It goes entirely to Uber. What is a booking fee? Uber says the fee is “to cover safety as well as additional … Continue reading “Uber increases its booking fee. What’s a booking fee?”
I got an email from The Baltimore Sun with a special offer. The title of the email was, “2017 resolution: No more fake news! Only read trusted stories, $1.25 a week for a year.” In the body of the email was the following image: We believe tall tales belong in libraries? Don’t they know that … Continue reading “The Baltimore Sun wants to protect me from ‘fake’ news?”
From Target’s weekly ad published today: How is Target allowed to put something on sale they don’t have? Target doesn’t have the New Nintendo 3DS XL. They’ve been out of stock since Black Friday. Here’s a recent photo I took at the Hagerstown Target. It’s the locked case that normally has Nintendo handheld consoles: I … Continue reading “Target puts nonexistent New Nintendo 3DS XL on sale”