Friday, April 16, 2004

Wi-Fi on Planes

The competition for this technology is heating up, as this article explains. It looks like costs will generally range from $10-$30, depending on the length of the flight and the amount of bandwidth/services you want.

Hopefully these efforts, combined with the increasing number of planes with power outlets (although I've only seen it once, on an American Airlines flight), will ease that "cut off from the world" feeling I always get when on a plane. Oh, there are other people on the plane, sure, but I don't care about them. Unless they're on my buddy list, that is.

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