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We told you the same thing back in December.
I remember times in the past when, after seeing a Broadway show, I’d beeline for the theater exit and rush down to the corner to hail a taxi, only to be met by 15 other people doing the same — all scowling and flailing their arms into oncoming traffic.
I now can just leisurely power up my phone, press one button, stay for the curtain call and hop into my waiting car without a worry.
Simply put, Uber is rad. Its co-founder, Travis Kalanick, is super rad.