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well, whadya know. there's free wifi in the northwest airlines terminal in the fort lauderdale airport. i don't see any signage, so i'd suspect that it's some kind of trial.

update: hah! i almost missed my flight out because a bell south tech found me and we ended up talking like the superdorks that we are. seems that they just lit up the network and he could see me using it. apparently they're rolling it out in the entire airport and it'll be pay-to-play soon. somewhere between 5 and 10 dollars. i don't know if i'd pay that for a 15 minute e.mail check, but it's invaluable when you're stranded for 2 hours like i was today.

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11/22/2002 03:30:00 PM 0 comments


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