check-in check-in


  • (n) the act of reporting your presence (as at an airport or a hotel)


  1. Function aside, pamphlets touted the ergonomic design of check-in desks and the choice of sinks in the washroom facilities.
  2. The actual check-in desk, called the Aloha desk, to the left, is circular--there's no imposing, long granite counter.
  3. The ticket counter has been obliterated; only islands of self-check-in kiosks remain.


  1. Blackhawks update with Eddie Olczyk

    Kap and Andrea check-in with Edzo regarding his thoughts from last night with trying to keep up with Boston in the hits column, the absence of the Blackhawks’ top snipers, and his opinions on how the Hawks will win the …
    on June 14, 2013     Source: WGN Radio Chicago

  2. Foursquare's Visual History Will Make You Check In Again

    Social media and human tracking service Foursquare is beautifully serving up your check-in history. Foursquare introduced a novel way to see your check-in history today. Its Time Machine site begins with your first check-in (probably your home or workplace) and proceeds to animate your check-ins on a map using connecting lines and pretty glowing circles. When the ...        
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Wired News

  3. KidCheck Children’s Check-In Integrates with Leading Health and Fitness Software Management Solution Provider

    KidCheck, Inc. announced its secure children’s check-in solution now integrates with ABC Financial, a leading provider of health and fitness software management solutions, which allows gyms and fitness centers to quickly and automatically sync member id data from ABC Financial with the children’s check-in information through KidCheck. More information can be found at ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: PRWeb

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