Search, and travel search in particular, may be getting social, but when will it get personal? That’s what Bill Smith, who left his Kayak CFO post earlier this year, and Superfly CEO Jonathan Meiri, are asking. Smith recently took on a part-time role as advisor to Superfly.
User profiles and social sharing aren’t bad ideas for improving user experience, but who thinks it’s a fantastic idea to tell everyone in your social circle you’re going out of town for two weeks?
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