Kill Screen: How The Rules Of Social Games Are Creeping Into The Real World

Kill Screen: How The Rules Of Social Games Are Creeping Into The Real World
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Kill Screen
  • 13 may 2014

The hierarchy of airline passengers used to be simple dichotomy. You either flew first-class, or you didn’t. Book a standard flight on Delta Airlines today, though, and you’ll notice a new option. For just $9 extra, you can upgrade your seat to “Economy Comfort.” The advantages are many: priority boarding, fifty percent more seat recline, four inches more legroom. And with space at a premium and fuel costs surging, airlines are looking for any advantage they can offer.

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