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    Thursday, December 15, 2005

    The E-Life

    Remember, before e-tickets, when checking in for a flight required waiting in a giant queue? Well, it looks like e-ticket style check-ins may be coming to hotels. The Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center will allow guests to swipe their credit cards at kiosks, press a few buttons, and retrieve their receipt and room key. The whole process should take less than 2 minutes. You can also order room service through your 32-inch flat screen TV. Or listen to 500 songs on the provided iPod. So basically you can avoid human interaction for your entire trip. The hotel will also have a 24-hour Starbucks and work station with a Kinko's and FedEx shipping inside. If that's not enough, the hotel has a computerized valet service where a guest can request and pay for the car online. Byebye people hello, easy street....Right? What happens if you get a smoking room, or its trashed...hmm might have to work out the kinks here
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