A few weeks ago I observed some unusual behavior:
I’ve passed by this column dozens of times when I walk into the Amtrak area from the subway — and I have previously noticed the power outlet at the rather unusual height. But I didn’t think much of it until I saw a guy charging his phone there the other day.
A few things immediately came to mind:
- Is it considered “legal” for Amtrak customers to use this power outlet for their own purposes?
- If not, what is the purpose of that power outlet?
- Is this an example of an opportunity to pave the cowpaths? Should Amtrak recognize a customer need and install a mobile charging station?
What comes to mind when you see something like this?
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