Beware the false computer hot spot
Too many people are too cavalier with their use of WiFi hotspots, and it's an enormous security hazard
Don't name anything after living politicians
Whether it's the "Harkin Institute" proposed for Iowa State University or anything that Robert Byrd slapped his name upon while in Congress for decades, public goods should never bear the names of living politicians. It's in bad taste, it raises enormous ethical issues, and it carries the huge risk that the politician might turn out to be a crook -- like Dan Rostenkowski or any number of living ex-governors of Illinois. It just shouldn't be done.